Tuition Fee at UT and Studying Abroad
- NB! This information applies only for those students who need to pay for their studies at UT, and explains how much one needs to pay for tuition once registered as a study abroad student.
For the time spent studying abroad, 30 per cent of tuition fee (amount of which is specified in the student's contract for provision of study service) is paid to UT. If the student is paying for his/her studies at UT on the basis of credit point price (form of payment also specified in the same contract), the amount to be paid is calculated per credits taken abroad and recognised towards the student's degree at UT. One does not have to pay full price of credit points, but 30 per cent of the credit points' price. The student does not pay tuition fee to UT if he/she pays for tuition in a higher education institution abroad.
Please pay attention to the fact that if the student studies at UT during the period when he/she is registered as a study abroad student (that is - takes courses both from UT and a higher education institution abroad) then in addition to the fee to be paid for the courses completed abroad, the student is also required to pay for UT courses (full price of credit points, 30% does not apply here) he/she is registered to.
Those students who study abroad during their academic leave at UT, must pay for their studies either in the form of credit point price or semester fee, at the student's choice. The same sc 30 % rule applies for courses taken abroad and full price for those taken at UT (as described above). Tuition is charged once a transcript of records with credits completed abroad has been taken back to the student's faculty at UT (dean's office or college's central office for academic affairs).
The payment of tuition fee during study abroad, including this combination of academic leave and study abroad, is regulated in the document called The Conditions of Reimbursement of Study Cost in Degree Study.
For further information regarding amount, payment, and deadlines, please consult your faculty's dean's office or college's central office for academic affairs.