Tuition & Fees

A Tuition and Fees:

(Subject to change without notice)

All tuition and fees are due and payable before the beginning of each term

The following fees are applicable to the fall and spring semesters as well as the summer sessions for the academic years 2017-2019. They are subject to change each academic year at the discretion of the Board of Trustees.

1. Tuition

Semester tuition is calculated on the basis of total credits taken, except for students enrolled in the Language Center, they are charged a flat amount.


(as of Fall 2018)                                                                            

Moroccan students

2100 MAD per credit

International students3

3200 MAD per credit

Internship for Moroccan students5

1350 MAD per credit

Internship for International students5

1900 MAD per credit


Graduate Tuition2


Moroccan students

2650 MAD per credit

International students3

4000 MAD per credit

Internship for Moroccan students5

1900 MAD per credit

Internship for International students5

2650 MAD per credit


Language Center Tuition

(Flat fee per semester)


Visiting students4

48000 MAD per semester

Moroccan students

31450 MAD per semester

1NOTE: Undergraduate students allowed to register for graduate courses to satisfy undergraduate degree requirements are charged undergraduate tuition. Undergraduate students wishing to register for extra graduate courses are charged graduate tuition for each graduate course.
2NOTE: Graduate students enrolled in Foundation Courses are charged graduate tuition for these courses.
3NOTE: International applicants qualify for Moroccan tuition if 1) one parent is Moroccan, or 2) both parents are non-Moroccan but have lived in Morocco and paid income tax (IGR) here for more than five years.
4NOTE: Except for Language Center tuition and testing charges, visiting students pay the same fees as AUI students.
5NOTE: Students doing an internship as the last degree requirement and who will graduate immediately following the internship should register and pay the common fees. Students doing an internship who will not graduate immediately following the internship should not register or pay common fees. Instead, the internship will be charged and registered to the subsequent semester (fall).
Combined Programs Tuition (BA/MA)
Students enrolled in combined programs pay undergraduate tuition for undergraduate courses and graduate tuition for graduate courses.
Summer Session Fees
Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in summer session courses pay tuition according to registered credit hours. Other fees are fifty percent (50%) of the regular charges for a full semester.
Students enrolled in the Language Center during the summer session should pay the equivalent of three credits for each LC course. Students enrolled in FAS courses during the summer pay the equivalent of two credits for each FAS course.


1.Student Identification Cards (Cash Wallet)

Student Identification Cards (ID) are provided to enrolled students by the Business Office following the payment of all tuition. Replacement cards are available from the Business Office for a fee of 100 MAD. Students are responsible for providing their own photographs. In case of loss of the ID card (cash wallet), the student must notify the Business Office immediately in order to block the old card and issue a new one. Students are advised not to bring their cash wallet cards into close contact with a computer, laptop, TV set, printer, heater, or water.

Cash Wallet refers to money applied to a student’s account and available for use on campus only (Restaurant & AUI store). Students make deposits to their cash wallet on an as-needed basis. At the end of the semester, the balance related to cash wallet is shown in the account of the following semester. The final refund of the balance can only be done at the end of schooling after the graduation ceremony, at the conclusion of the final clearance procedures.

The management of personal money for off-campus needs is the responsibility of the students themselves. The post office on campus offers students the possibility of opening savings accounts that provide them with flexibility in managing their money.

Any additional money can be loaded either through:
· (online transaction)
·    Cash
·    Credit Card at the cash desk (Business office)

2. Registration Fees: 5,100MAD

 All registered students must pay registration fees regardless of status. Students who defend their theses, capstones, or internships before the end of a semester receive a prorated reimbursement of their registration fees. Registration fees cover such fixed costs as Student Health Services, student activities, athletics, swimming pool access, restaurant access and IT services.

3. Housing Fees

Room rates for students living in residence halls are given below. The room fees are due each semester. Rates include all utilities. Studios and single rooms are available on a very limited basis under special conditions. Summer session housing fees are half that of a full semester.

        Housing Fees

Double occupancy A6/A4                             4,850 MAD per semester
Double occupancy-Standard                         5,600 MAD per semester
Double occupancy –Large A4                        5,250 MAD per semester
Double occupancy-Large A6                          5,000 MAD per semester
Single occupancy (when available)                12,200 MAD per semester
Single occupancy A4 (when available)            11,050 MAD per semester
Triple occupancy (when available)                 3,400 MAD per semester
Studio single (when available)                      18,800 MAD per semester
Studio double (when available)                     10,000 MAD per semester
Studio triple (when available)                         7,200 MAD per semester
DT Studio double                                         6,650 MAD per semester
DT Studio  single                                        13,300 MAD per semester

    (Summer session housing fees are half those of a full semester)

4 Other Fees

Estimated books charges(Fall/Spring) 1

3,000 MAD

Estimated books charges(Summer)

1,500 MAD

Print Fee

100 MAD

Graduation (in last semester)

1550 MAD

Preregistration deposit (Fall/Spring)

2000 MAD

Preregistration deposit (Summer)

1000 MAD

Late registration for newly admitted students

1,500 MAD + late fees

Late registration for continuing students

CIP requirement-Late registration

1,500 MAD + late fees

1900 MAD

AUI Deposit for newly admitted students

3,000 MAD

Testing charges for newly admitted students

1,000 MAD


200 MAD

Orientation Fee for newly admitted students   “First Year Experience”

Orientation Fee for newly admitted students-GR

2,500 MAD


160 MAD

Residency Services fee for exchange students

160 MAD

Double Room Deposit fee for exchange


1000 MAD

Unpaid Payment Penalty (non-received wire)

Cash wallet for newly admitted students

1000 MAD+ Late fees

8,500 MAD

NOTE:  The deposit is deducted from the student’s account in cases when the student pre-registers but does not complete the registration for that semester or session.

Late Fees

Two percent (2%) of the amount due will be added for each week that the required payment is late until the maximum charge is reached. The maximum charge will not exceed 3000 MAD.

NOTE: Additional fees may be charged for some outdoor, physical education activities, required field trips, and for special tests. 

5.. Health Insurance

Health Insurance is mandatory for full-time students and all registered students. Details concerning the University’s contracted insurance company and the coverage offered are available at the Student Health Center.

Student health insurance premium amounts to 1,320 MAD for a full year coverage, beginning in January. Students joining the University for the first time in fall pay 660 MAD for the period leading up to the start of the calendar year. This amount is subject to change.Insurance company representatives are available on campus during the registration period.

Students graduating in the spring semester are charged the annual insurance amount of 1,320MAD which entitles them to12-month coverage, including the period between graduation and the beginning of the next calendar year. They are not allowed are fund of the insurance premium balance since they benefit from the whole year insurance coverage.