The American University of Paris proudly supports veterans of the United States Armed Forces and their families. We accept the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33) from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Students who qualify, may be eligible for assistance for tuition, fees, books, and housing. Current U.S. military service members may also transfer Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits to a child or spouse.
Veterans or current military dependents entering AUP on or after September 2016, who qualify for the Post 9/11 GI Bill and who can produce a VA Certificate of Eligibility, will receive an annual Veterans Scholarship of 5,000 euros. (Due to AUP’s official status as a foreign school, we are currently not eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program.)
Depending on eligibility, combining the Post 9/11 GI Bill and the AUP Veterans Scholarship can make studying at AUP an affordable decision. Additionally, the Monthly Housing Allowance (MHA) can significantly decrease the annual costs of living in Paris.
|Annual Undergraduate Costs (2016-17)||Amount in Euros|
|Tuition & Fees||€29,646|
|-||Post 9/11 GI Bill||€19,357* (maximum)|
|-||AUP Veterans Scholarship||€5,000|
|=||Remaining tuition & fees to pay each year||€5,289|
* Approximate euro conversion of 21,970.56 USD, the maximum Post 9/11 GI Bill payment rate for 2016-2017.
|Annual Costs of Living||Amount in Euros|
|Estimated Living Expenses (low-end budget)**||€12,810|
|-||Monthly Housing Allowance (MHA)***||€12,880|
|=||Remaining annual costs of living||€0|
** Living expenses will vary depending on lifestyle and needs. Plan your budget for living in Paris.
*** Approximate euro conversion of 1,611.00 USD, the maximum MHA payment rate for foreign schools for 2016-2017, for 9 months.
Graduate students should calculate tuition costs by first determining if the program requires 38, 48, or 62 credits and how many credits they will take per year. Find out more about graduate tuition and fees.
In 2011, AUP student leaders created the first European chapter of Student Veterans of America (SVA), which organizes meetings and events for student veterans with the goal of helping them make a smooth transition from the military to civilian life, as well as to life in France. The SVA group also receives support from Paris-based veterans organizations, such as the Veterans of Foreign Wars (Post 605) and the American Legion (Paris Post 1).