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Institut Avrio de Genève – All fess1 of the 2022-2023 Academic Year

Compulsory Tuition Fees2 – The Business and Management Programs

Level

Study Programs

Minimum Required Duration2

Total Tuition Fee

Pre-UniDiploma Level 31 Year€4,990
Bachelor Bachelor – Regular Full Program (BBA)3 Years €9,990
– – First-Year Diploma1 Year€3,990
– – Associate Bachelor Diploma2 Years€7,490
– – Direct Entry into The 3rd Year (TopUp)1 Year €4,990
Master Master – Regular Program (MBA)1.5 Years €7,990
– – One Year Program without Thesis1 Year €5,990

– – Direct Entry into at Thesis stage (TopUp)

6 Months

€3,990

Research-based Master (M.Phil.)1 Year €4,990
Executive Master Accelerated Program without Bachelor / Thesis (EMBA)1 Year €5,990
Doctorate DBAFull Regular DBA Program3 Years €12,490
– – Direct Entry at The Thesis Stage (TopUp)2 Years

€9,990

– – Direct Entry to continue working on the Thesis (TopUp)1 Year

€6,990

Executive DBA Program2 Years

€9,990

– – Direct Entry at The Thesis Stage (TopUp)1 Year

€5,990

D.Phil.Regular Program

3 Years

€14,990

– – Direct Entry into The Thesis stage (TopUp)

2 Years

€11,990

– – Direct Entry to continue working on the Thesis (TopUp)1 Year

€8,990

Thesis Based Program

2 Years

€9,990

– – Direct Entry into The Thesis stage (TopUp)1 Year

€6,990

1.1. These fees must be received to our bank account. Thus, if there is any deduction due to commission, currency exchange, or any other reason, the student, or their representative, shall bear all these expenses.
1.2. There is no hidden fee. However, any request doesn’t belong to your study program you apply for or is not mentioned as the additional-Optional Fee, a fee might be applicable up to 90 Euro per working hour .
1.3. The fee is based on the following exchange rate: 1 EUR = 1.1 CHF. So, if the euro price falls, to be equal to 1 Swiss franc or less, the current students will pay the remaining fees in Swiss francs as follow: the current fee multiplied by “1.1”. Therefore, the students who want to pay the fees in Swiss francs from the beginning, they can do so after they multiply the current fees by 1.1 to convert the fees into Swiss francs. Fees in Swiss francs remain fixed and unaffected by the exchange rate.
1.4. Taxes such as Dividend Tax, income Tax, Quality Tax or/and Interests Tax.. etc. are not included, and they might get required where they are applicable.
1.5. Quality Tax fee (8.1% out of the fees mentioned above) is applicable to all fees.
2.1. The fees above are the total tuition fee for the study program and they are true as long as the total tuition fee gets paid in advance. However, there is a possibility to pay tuition fees in installments with an additional fee as follows: During the first year: + 5%, during the first two years: +12% and during 3 years: + 20%. Please note that the fees must be paid in full before the last semester of study, taking into account that the duration of the semester is six months.
2.2 The program must be completed within the given period. Otherwise, please check #10.
3. The tuition fees above are for the Online Study program (eLearning).
4. If an additional semester is not required.
5. Additional Semester fee might be applicable.
6. The fee is subject to change based on the alumni, embassy or any other entity requirements.
7. It is true if your embassy is up to 500KM far away from Geneva. The Fee mentioned above covers the travelling. So, the Embassy fees & requirements are not included.
8. No passing the initial check is equal to no passing the defence. However, in this this case, the fee is 50% of the redefence fee.
9. Students who request all Receipts, will get one Financial Statement for free of charge.
10. If #2 is not true, an additional semester is required.
11. Must be paid in Advance. If the student is right, the student will get a full refund. However, if the fees are not paid in full, the amount will be considered part of the fees.
12. The rate is per hour and it’s not a refundable fee.

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