Tuition fees for International students vary depending on the Degree/Non-Degree Programs you’re studying. In Degree Programs an official B.Sc, M.Sc or Ph.D. diploma will be granted to the student who has fulfilled all the academic and research requirements. The general Tuition fees for the Degree program consists of a fixed-term plus credit-based tuition with the approximate bounds given in the following table:
|Degree Program||Tuition Fees (Per Semester)|
|Bachelor’s Degree||140,000,000||4 Years|
|Master’s Degree||180,000,000||2 Years|
* Tuition fees do not include accommodation, food and insurance.
The non-Degree program fees are depending on the duration and content and is announced for each program separately. In Non-Degree program, an official certificate of attendance is issued at the end of program which provides the students with a record of attending, the dates and the title of attended course.
‘Living costs’ cover whatever you need to pay for, excluding tuition fees, while you’re at university. In 2019-20, the minimum resources needed in Tehran for the year (excluding tuition and College fees) are estimated to be approximately 100,000,000 – 150,000,000 IRR, depending on lifestyle (you should consider a yearly inflation rate in future).
- course costs/study materials
- personal expenses
The table below gives an indication of typical costs. You should allow for increases in subsequent years.
|Title||Yearly Expenses (IRR)|
|Visa and Residence Permit||9,000,000 – 15,000,00|
The cost of study materials varies depending on your course but may include:
- Equipment (e.g. calculator, laptop)
- Books and printings
- Travel costs (e.g. field or dissertation research trips)
The Faculty’s libraries and IT facilities help to keep your costs down, and in addition some departments offer grants for Ph.D. students to help with particular costs.