Tuition & Financing
tuition at AAU varies depending on the number of classes registered, the degree you are seeking, and the scholarships you may receive. Our scholarships and payment plans make attending AAU possible for students from all over the world. Our internationally accredited programs are provided for only a fraction of the cost of similarly accredited programs around the world. Unlike many other private universities, AAU is a not-for-profit institution and we reinvest every cent of your tuition into your education and the education of your peers.
General Tuition & Fees
|Program Type||Price per semester||Price Per degree|
|Undergraduate (BA)||$ 4,283 / € 3,614 / CZK 92,520||$ 25, 700 / € 21,684 / CZK 555,120|
|Graduate||$ 4,584 / € 3,868 / CZK 99,025||$18, 338 / € 15,473 / CZK 396,100|
|MBA||$20,990 / € 17,300 / CZK 450,000|
John H. Carey II School of Law Programs Tuition
Tuition for law programs delivered with the University of London have a separate structure and are split into two – the AAU tuition and UoL tuition.
|Certificate of Higher Education |
in Common Law (AAU Tuition)
|$ 11, 430 / € 9, 400 / CZK 245,000|
|LLB||$ 25,580 / € 21, 100 / CZK 549,000|
|Certificate and LLB (AAU Tuition)||$ 20, 683 / € 17,050 / CZK 444,000|
|Postgraduate Laws LLM (AAU + UoL Tuition)||$ 20,990 / € 17,300 / CZK 450,000|
For the University of London tuition fees for the Bachelor of Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law, please visit the University of London website here
For the University of London tuition fees for the Bachelor of Laws Program (LLB), please visit the University of London website here.
Refund Policy & Supporting Documents
For information regarding the refund policy, please see the AAU Financial Policy.
Current Students: For information regarding changes in tuition and fees please see here.
Auditing students can apply to AAU as an Auditing Student if you are planning to take specific courses for your own self-enrichment, without receiving a grade and academic credits. Auditing students pay 50 % of the base tuition for any chosen course.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
A Merit-Based Scholarship is awarded to a student for excellent study results, fulfilling conditions set forth by the President and published in the Scholarship Policy.
Every term, AAU will disburse on the Merit Based Scholarship 5.0% of tuition revenues to be collected from degree seeking students in the given term (MBS fund). The MBS applies to AAU tuition. It does not apply to AAU fees and University of London tuition and fees.
AAU Degree Programs
The Merit Based Scholarship (MBS) can only be awarded to degree seeking students in AAU degree programs who completed at least 5 courses for credit during their previous active semester at AAU and have no “Incomplete.” Out of the 5 courses at least 4 had to be taken in the previous obligatory term (i.e. Spring or Fall term). The MBS will be awarded at the beginning of every active term, using the actual cumulative GPA.
LLB and Certificate programmes
MBS can only be awarded to LLB and Certificate students who completed 4 year-long courses (or equivalent combination of semester and year-long courses) for credit during their previous active academic year at AAU. The MBS will be awarded for the whole academic year at its beginning and applies to all courses taken in the given academic year.
Conditions for Merit Based Scholarships
Students with GPA > 3.9 or UK numerical GA > 68 – 100% off tuition
Top students according to their cumulative GPA (or equivalent numerical GA) not eligible for 100% scholarship as long as scholarship funds are available. In the event of the same GPA (GA) students are ranked according to the number of credits earned at AAU (the more credits the higher rank). If the last rank allowing for MBS eligibility is tied, all students in the tied rank are awarded scholarship even if the disbursed amount exceeds the MBS fund – 50% off tuition
Get USD 500 for every full-time* degree-seeking student who has not previously studied at AAU, and enrolls upon your recommendation. The amount can be used to finance your studies at AAU or to purchase anything you wish from Amazon or another online retailer of your choice (we are still finalizing the offer).
To receive the gift, the following conditions must be fulfilled:
1. You have completed at least one semester at AAU
2. The recommended student must include your full name and student ID in the “Recruiter” or “How did you hear about AAU” sections of the Application Form
After the end of the Add/Drop Period, for which the recommended friend is registered**, you will choose if you want to have the amount of the gift applied to your tuition payment or get a voucher.
* If a recommended student registers for less than five classes the amount will be reduced by USD 100 for every class dropped.
** If a recommended student is enrolled in the MBA program, you receive the discount only after his/her successful completion of four MBA classes.
To find out more, contact the bursar at email@example.com
Deadline: Rolling admission (for start of studies in spring or fall semester 2022 or 2023)
Open to: Afghan citizens evacuated from Afghanistan in August 2021, who are part of the Governmental Integration Program of the Czech Republic
Scholarship: full tuition and fees
Anglo-American University offers two full scholarship opportunities for Afghan refugees who were evacuated from Afghanistan and settled in the Czech Republic this August. The scholarships will cover the tuition and fees for an entire AAU degree program and a flat support allowance of 60 000 CZK for additional expenses.
To be eligible for the Afghan Refugee Scholarship, applicants are required to have English Proficiency:
IELTS – 6.0; or TOEFL – (ibt 71 or pbt 525)
How to Apply
In order to apply, please fill the online application form or visit our Admissions Office in person. As a part of the application, please submit the following via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org or in person:
Essay responding to one of the following topics (minimum 1000 words):
1. Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes, or contributed to group efforts over time.
2. What would you say is your greatest talent? How have you developed and demonstrated that talent over time?
3. Describe the most significant challenge you have faced and the steps you have taken to overcome this challenge. What have you learned from the experience?
Copy of Passport/ID
Diploma and transcript from last completed educational level (if available)
Once all the documents are submitted, AAU will confirm the applicant’s status within the Governmental Integration Program and compliance with the eligibility criteria and the selection process will continue with an interview with the dean of the school applied to. This takes place either in person or via Skype. The application fee will be waived for all (also unsuccessful) applicants)
Following this, the AAU Academic Committee selects 2 candidates for the scholarship.
Anglo-American University offers scholarships to graduates of any programs of Anglo-American University, Anglo-American College, The New Anglo-American College in Prague, and Anglo-American Institute of Liberal Studies. Alumni scholarships apply to any further programs of study as well as to any individual courses. Alumni Scholarships apply to the first year of study only and are based on your previous cumulative GPA at AAU.
All Alumni (except MBA)
Cumulative GPA & Scholarship Level
3.8 and higher – 40%
3.5 – 3.79 – 30%
3.0 – 3.40 – 20%
Anglo-American University rewards the most committed students of the BA Journalism program for their contributions to the AAU student newspaper Lennon Wall.
For each academic year, the scholarship covers the tuition of the program’s 4 (four) core courses, including but not limited to: Reporting I & II, Media in a Democracy, Digital Tools for New Media, Visual Culture, Popular Culture & Media Theory.
After being awarded the scholarship, the student(s) automatically become a member of the editorial team and continue to contribute to the magazine for the following academic year. The scholarship may be divided among more than one student based on their contribution in the past and future.
Candidates for the Milena Jesenská Journalism Scholarship must be currently enrolled in or have successfully completed the degree program’s required courses Reporting I and Reporting II. In terms of contribution to the student magazine named Lennon Wall (both print and online), candidates are identified most importantly by:
their quality of writing articles
other contributions such as management, photography, proofreading, graphic design, social media, and website
Winners of the scholarship should not have significant internship/job responsibilities with other outside or on-campus organizations, because of the time commitment required for Lennon Wall responsibilities. Especially, to avoid conflict of interest, winners should not also be interning for or employed by the AAU Marketing Department.
The scholarship must be applied for in writing and submitted to Tony Ozuna, the Dean of the School of Journalism by June 1st of the relevant academic year. The winner(s) are chosen by the Dean, the current Editor-in-Chief, and Journalism faculty, including the lecturers for the required Introduction to Reporting classes.
Anglo-American University offers annually 4 Alumni Scholarships in the amount of CZK 100 000 to alumni who wish to enter our MBA program. Selection is based on the GPA from their studies at AAU solely. The scholarship must be applied for in writing to the Dean of the School of Business Administration during the admissions process.MBA students are not eligible for any other scholarships offered for AAU students.
MA fellowships are offered to the top BA graduates from all AAU schools. Each fellowship is awarded for tuition for 60 attempted US credits in MA programs provided by AAU. The fellowship does not cover fees related to the program. The fellowship is available for graduates up to one year after graduation. Students on fellowship are required to provide up to ten hours of assistance to AAU weekly, mainly focused on research.
Application deadline is extended till August 1, but earlier applications are welcome and encouraged.
Eligible graduates can be graduates of all AAU schools. Also, cross-applications are possible (for example, graduate of BA program at School of Business Administration can apply for a Fellowship at MA program of School of International Relations and Diplomacy).
Content of the fellowship is focused more towards research, thus linking applicant´s intention with the research of our Faculty is welcome. More general overview of AAU research areas can be found here and specific works of Faculty here.
To keep the scholarship eligibility, the students must keep their overall GPA at 3.0 or above and provide the required research and other academic assistance according to the written agreement and to the satisfaction of the Dean and Vice President for Research.
To apply for an MA Fellowship, graduates must submit their CV, Transcript from their BA studies, an essay specifying their objectives in the MA studies and assistantship.
Application essay (1.800-3.600 characters including spaces) should contain information about the applicant’s research intentions (research interests, why they are of interest to applicant and why should be of interest to AAU, plan for further studies, projects currently working on or in the future) or/and more general academic plans. Also information how would MA Fellowship help to pursue these aims as well as how the applicant would add value to the university.
The Accommodation Scholarship is granted by the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports (hereinafter Ministry). It may be awarded to students who fulfill the following conditions:
study in a program accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports;
study in their first degree program in the Czech Republic or transferred to AAU from a program studied in the Czech Republic and their previous study was recognized; if they simultaneously study at another program in the Czech Republic, they are eligible for accommodation scholarship in the program in which they enrolled earlier;
did not exceed the standard period of study of 3 years for BA programs, and 2 years for MA programs; (d) do not have permanent residence in the capital city of Prague.
The scholarship will be awarded separately each year for the period of:
January – June
September – December
Should a student terminate or interrupt the study, the scholarship will not be paid for the month(s) following the date of termination/interruption. The scholarship can be paid as a lump sum in cash, or counted as a tuition credit for future studies. The amount is CZK 540 per month.
Every semester, the Student Services Specialists will send out emails to students reminding them to apply for the scholarship. Students can fill out the form enclosed with the email and confirm that they fulfill all the requirements set forth by the Ministry and AAU. If a student is found eligible for the scholarship, he/she will be notified via email by the end of the semester at the latest.
AAU’s Federal School Code is 039935