AAU’s internationally accredited programs are provided for only a fraction of the cost of similarly accredited programs around the world. As a not-for-profit institution, we are able to continually reinvest in the betterment of our community and educational models.

Tuition

Bachelor’s Level
Tuition per US credit CZK 5,000
Tuition per Bachelor’s Program Total (90 US credits) CZK 450,000
Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law
Local tuition per core course CZK 30,000
Local tuition per AAU support course CZK 20,000
Local tuition for the initial two week intensive course  CZK 5,000
Tuition per Local Certificate of Higher Education Total (4 core courses / 6 support courses / the intensive course)  CZK 245,000
LL.B.
Local tuition per core Level Four LL.B. course CZK 30,000
Local tuition per core Leve Five and Level Six LL.B. course CZK 33,000
Local tuition per AAU support course CZK 20,000
Local tuition per LL.B. Total (4 core courses in the 1st year / 8 core courses in the 2nd year / 3 support courses) CZK 444,000
Cost for Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law students who progress to LL.B.
Tuition per Local Certificate of Higher Education Total – 2 years (4 core courses / 6 support courses / the intensive course) CZK 245,000
Local tuition per LL.B. Total – the latter 2 years (8 core courses / 2 support courses) CZK 304,000
Local Total Study Fees CZK 549,000
Master’s Level
Tuition per US credit CZK 5,500
Tuition per Master’s Program Total (60 US credits) CZK 330,000
LLM – Study Support Package
LLM – Local Support Package for LLM study in London (per semester) CZK 10,000
MBA program with Chapman University
Average tuition per US credit CZK 9,783
Program Total including textbooks and instructional material fees (46 US credits) CZK 450,000
Intensive Academic English Program and other non-credit classes
Tuition IAEP per semester CZK 45,000
Tuition per 14 contact hours per semester (corresponding to 1 US credit) CZK 2,500
Auditing students
Tuition (per any chosen course)  50 % of the base tuition

Total tuition does not include the applicable fees.

Fees

Additional payment CZK 1.500 Admissions processing fee, payable upon acceptance.

AAU and LL.B. Degrees
Admissions Fee

CZK 2,000

An admissions fee is required in order to process an application
Alumni Transcript Fee CZK 250 / EUR 10 / USD 15 The fee is paid by alumni for each additional transcript (apart from two originals that are issued together with diploma).
Art Fee CZK 800 / 1,000 / 2,000 per course The fee is charged for Art courses. It covers tickets to performances, exhibitions, etc. Payable at registration.
Credit Transfer Fee CZK 100 per 1 UK credit The fee is paid by students who are transferring classes to AAU from other universities. Payable no later than 2 weeks after notification from the Student Services Center about successful transfer.

CZK 200 per 1 ECTS credit

CZK 400 per 1 US credit
Drop Fee 10% of the tuition of the courses dropped The fee is paid for dropping courses during the add/drop period without replacing them with other courses. For more information on add/drop policy see the section ‘Add/Drop policy’.
20% of the tuition if all courses dropped
State Examination Fee CZK 1,000 The fee is charged for attempting the state examinations. Should the student fail and repeat a part or the whole examinations the fee should be paid again.
Thesis Defense Fee CZK 2,500 The fee is charged for attempting the Thesis Defense.
Installment Fee 2.5 % from the amount due For more information on paying in installments see the section ‘Installment Payment Plan’.
Internal TOEFL Test Fee CZK 2,000 English language test.
ISIC Fee CZK 100 / issuance The fee is paid in order to cover the cost of issuance of an ISIC card.
CZK 290 / reissuance
CZK 180 / revalidation stamp
Late Registration Fee CZK 300 / course The fee is charged for registration after the Advising / Registration Period as specified in the Academic Calendar.
Library Late Fee CZK 10 / item / day The fee is in the amount of CZK 10 is paid for each library item for each day it is overdue. The Late Fee is payable at the Library.
Library Replacement Fees book buying costs plus the processing fee Library fee. For more information on Replacement fee see the section ‘Library Policy’.
Administrative Fee CZK 4,500 (per obligatory term) The fee is charged for administrative and enrollment services in every semester the student is enrolled in a study program at AAU. Students who enrolled prior to August 31, 2016 and have permanent residence in the European Union / European Economic Area are exempt from the fee for semesters in which they enroll in credit courses. 
CZK 2,500 (per voluntary term)
Waiver Exam Fee CZK 1.000 The fee is required to cover the cost of exam preparation and supervision, and evaluation of the test. The fee is not refundable, regardless of exam attendance or result. Payable no later than 1 day before the exam.
Chapman University (MBA) Degree
Admissions Fee CZK 4,500. Payable at the time of registration.
Degree conferral fee CZK 800. Payable no later than 1 month prior to graduation.
Installment fee 2% or 4%, See section 1.5.2.
  1. Discounts

    1. Early Payment Discount

      Students who register and pay in full during the registration period for Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer semester according to the Academic Calendar are entitled to a 3% discount.

      Discounts may be combined with scholarships.

      An early payment discount does not apply to the MBA program and auditing students

      Once the tuition has been paid, it is not refundable except for cases of visa denial or comparable obstacles for early visa obtaining or when the add/drop policy applies.

    2. Recruitment Discount

      AAU offers the possibility of Recruitment Discount for those students who recruit a new student that begins studying at AAU. A recruiting student is eligible for a Recruitment Discount of 10% on his/her tuition for the first semester in which the new student registers. This is only applicable if the recruiting student is listed in the new student´s Application form as the Recruiter.

      The Recruitment Discount does not apply to AAU employees. Special provisions apply to the MBA program. For more information please contact the Recruitment Director.

  2. Add/Drop

    Students may add and drop courses before the end of the add/drop period stated in the Academic Calendar. The AAU policy on dropping courses is as follows:

    • Students can drop courses without penalty at any time up to the tuition payment deadline for a respective semester according to the Academic Calendar.
    • Students can drop and replace their courses during the add/drop period without any fee.
    • Students dropping some of their courses during the add/drop period without replacing them with other courses will be charged a 10% drop fee of the tuition of the dropped course in order to cover administrative costs.
    • Students dropping all of their courses during the add/drop period without replacing them with other courses will be charged a 20% drop fee of the tuition of the dropped courses in order to cover administrative costs.
    • There is no refund after the add/drop period. Students who choose to withdraw a course after the end of the add/drop period may officially withdraw from the course until the withdrawal deadline listed on the Academic Calendar of the respective semester. There is no refund of the tuition for the withdrawn courses.

    If a course is cancelled due to low enrollment, AAU will provide the students with a full refund of the tuition for such a course.

    Dropping courses Fee
    up to the tuition payment deadline free
    during the add / drop period and replacing them free
    during the add / drop period without replacing them 10% drop fee from the tuition of the dropped course;
    20% drop fee if dropping all of them without replacing them
    after the add / drop period no refund
  3. Instalment Payment Plan

    1. AAU, Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law, and LL.B. Degrees

      AAU offers to both its new and continuing students the possibility of paying tuition in installments. The AAU policy on an Installment Payment Plan is as follows:

      • Auditing students and new visa seeking students are not eligible for the Installment Payment Plan.
      • The Installment Payment Plan is possible only for obligatory semesters.
      • The Installment Payment Plan shall be agreed upon with the Bursar no later than by the end of the add /drop period according to the Academic Calendar. After the end of the add/drop period, in extraordinary cases, the Installment Payment Plan can be agreed upon with the Director for Finance and Budgeting.

      Students who pay their tuition in installments need to pay at least the minimum amount necessary for registration in the respective semester i.e.:

      • 50% of the tuition plus all the applicable fees for new (non visa-seeking) students
      • 10% of the tuition plus all the applicable fees for continuing students.
      • The rest of the tuition is then divided into 4 equal installments and carries a 2.5% fee Installment fee payable with the first installment payment.

      The first three installments are then payable on or before the twentieth day of the months following the beginning of the semester i.e.:

      • September, October and November installments in the Fall semester – Regular start
      • October, November and December installments in the Fall semester – Late Intake
      • February, March and April installments in the Spring semester

      The last installment is payable on or before the tenth day of respective month i.e.:

      • December installment in the Fall semester – Regular start
      • January installment in the Fall semester– Late Intake
      • May installment in the Spring semester.

      Once tuition has been paid in full, it is not possible to switch to an Installment Payment Plan for that semester.

    2. Chapman University (MBA) Degree

      MBA Students have the following options for tuition payments.

      1. No installment fee: down payment of CZK 450 000
      2. 2% installment fee: down payment of CZK 227 272 (= CZK 222 728 tuition + CZK 4 545 installment fee) and installment plan in a total amount of CZK 227 272
      3. 4% installment fee: down payment of CZK 115 980 (= CZK 102 062 tuition + CZK 13 918 installment fee) and installment plan in a total amount of CZK 347 938

      The students need to pay the down payment plus all the applicable fees before the start of the program. For more information on the Installment Payment Plan for MBA students please contact the Director for Finance and Budgeting.

  4. Penalties

    Any past due amount including past due installments carries a fee according to the following table:

    Past due Fee
    up to 7 days 2%
    8–30 days 15%
    31–60 days 50%

    Students with a debt towards the institution

    • will not be allowed to register for new courses
    • will not receive their Transcript, Diploma, or any other study confirmations
    • will not be issued an ISIC card or a card revalidation stamp

    until such debt has been settled (i.e. until payment has been received or a schedule of future payments has been agreed upon).

    With the exception of Library late fees, all debts should be settled with the Bursar’s office. Library fines may be paid in the Library or the Bursar’s office. For more information on Library fees please see the section ‘Library Policy’ in this Handbook.

    It is each student´s responsibility to understand payment deadlines, to pay tuition, either in full or in contractually bound installments, and to make all the necessary steps to keep their payment status correct. Unpaid and past due obligations will be given to the legal department for collection.

    AAU recognizes that some students may encounter financial hardship during the course of a semester. Such students are advised to contact their Dean. Such requests will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis. While AAU strives to support students in financial hardship, action taken will depend on the seriousness of the problem as well as the institution's ability to provide help.

  5. Visa Seeking Students

    1. New Visa Seeking Students

      Academically qualified visa seeking students need to pay the first semester tuition and all the applicable fees in order to receive a confirmation of student status for visa purposes, i.e.:

      • CZK 81,500 for bachelor students / CZK 76,500 for LL.B. students
      • CZK 89,000 for master students
      • CZK 60,000 for MBA students

      Student status confirmation shall be issued by the Student Services Center of the Anglo-American University only after receiving the appropriate payments in full.

      Students denied a visa are obliged to inform the Student Services Center and must present the denial evidence or evidence showing that their visa cannot be granted on time in order to obtain a full refund (less banking fees and the application fee). After receiving the visa denial evidence, a refund shall be remitted to the student in 10 working days.

      New students granted visas are eligible to register for classes at Anglo-American University during the registration period as it appears on the Academic Calendar. If a new student registers for less than he/she has already paid, the difference shall be transferred as credit toward the student’s next semester. If a new student registers more than the amount he/she has already paid, the student must pay the difference within tuition deadlines as they appear in the Academic Calendar.

    2. Continuing Visa-Seeking Students

      Continuing students seeking a visa extension must be in good financial standing with Anglo-American University, i.e. have no debts owed to Anglo-American University, including its library, have no unreturned library books, and pay at least 10% of their next semester’s tuition as well as all applicable fees in order to be registered for the next semester and receive an updated confirmation of student status for visa purposes.

      A student status confirmation shall be issued by the Student Services Center of the Anglo-American University only after receiving the appropriate payments in full.

      Continuing visa-seeking students granted a visa are obliged to pay the rest of their tuition as arranged by the Bursar (Student Services Center), within tuition deadlines as they appear on the Academic Calendar or as arranged in the Installment Agreement.

      Continuing visa-seeking students denied a visa must inform the Student Services Center and present the denial evidence in order to obtain a full refund (less banking fees). The refund shall be remitted to the same bank account from which the original tuition payment was transferred within 10 working days of receiving the visa denial evidence.

  6. General Provisions

    As all students enter into a student contract with Anglo-American University under which they are obliged to, among other things, pay their tuition and all applicable fees within deadlines either as they appear on the Academic Calendar or in a previously arranged Installment Payment Plan, Anglo-American University shall consider any failure to duly pay the agreed upon amounts as a violation of the student contract.

    Students with no amounts past due are considered to be in good financial standing.

    Only students in good academic and financial standing are eligible for any discounts or scholarships.

    Discounts and scholarships apply to AAU tuition only and do not apply to the fees.

    Only students in good financial standing are allowed to register for next term.

    Auditing students pay in full amount at the time of registration.

    Fees are non-refundable

    For conversions between foreign currencies AAU uses daily exchange determined by the Czech National Bank.

    Prices in foreign currencies are increased by 2,5% to cover exchange rates differences as well as costs of international wire transfers.