Tuition fees for the full programme are set at CHF 25’000 net of bank charges. Living costs and study visits costs are not included in these fees.
The participation to individual modules is subject to tuition fees between CHF 3’500 and CHF 5’000 (net of bank charges) depending on the module.
The candidates are officially admitted to the full programme and enrolled as students at the University of Geneva (binding registration) upon the payment of CHF 3’000 net of bank charges within the deadlines set in the admission letter and the tuition fees invoice.
The amount of CHF 3,000 will secure your place in the programme and is deducted from the total tuition fees (CHF 25,000 net of bank charges), which must be paid either in full or in two installments within the deadlines set in the tuition fees invoice.
The candidates are officially admitted to individual modules of the programme and enrolled as students at the University of Geneva (binding registration) upon the payment of the full amount of tuition fees net of bank charges within the deadlines set in the admission letter and the tuition fees invoice.
The candidates may, if they so wish, take the exam/assessment in the individual modules to which they have been admitted. A Certificate of Participation will be issued, and if they succeed in the exam/assessment, the corresponding ECTS credits will be acquired.
Living costs in Geneva
According to international rankings, Geneva figures among the cities with the highest quality of life… and among the most expensive. For students, this has a direct impact on living expenses which must be taken into account when planning your budget for the year. MEIG estimates that a minimum of CHF 1’500 –2’000 a per month is needed to cover living expenses during the programme.