Boston Universtiy in Brussels Tuition & Fees
Tuition & Fees
The Board of Trustees has established the following tuition and fees for the 2012-2013 academic year at Boston University in Brussels.
Program costs are based on a cost of €2,160 per 4-credit course. View Living Expenses for additional costs associated with living in Brussels.
The estimated cost of books and other expenses can be found in Living Expenses.
For conversion rates, please visit the XE.com Personal Currency Assistant.
Financial Aid is available to American citizens through FAFSA loans—visit www.bu.edu/finaid for more information.
Military students or veterans should contact Boston University’s Veterans Affairs office to inquire about Title 38 education benefits.
Payment due: January 31, 2013
Payment received after January 31, 2013 is subject to late fees:
Preferred payment of tuition and fees is by bank transfer. The total amount remitted must be net of any transfer fees and paid to:
Note: Include the applicant's or student's name.
For credit card or cash payment, please contact Jean Minutello at +32(2) 640 74 74.
Withdrawal or leave of absence a degree, certificate, or diploma program at Boston University in Brussels is only official when the student submits a completed Withdrawal/Leave of Absence form. Absence from class neither constitutes withdrawal nor reduces a student's financial obligation to the University.
Federal regulations govern refund calculation and adjustments to federal aid. All students with federal aid should contact the Boston University Office of Financial Assistance at 001-617-353-4064.
Refunds are calculated based on the date that the student completes the Withdrawal/Leave of Absence form and obtains an approval signature from the Boston University in Brussels Director:
This schedule reflects refunds of tuition only. Charges for other University services will remain on the bill. It is the student's responsibility to contact the offices involved to determine if they are eligible for a pro-rated or other refund of those charges.
There is no provision for refunds of tuition in case of involuntary
separation, including disciplinary suspension or expulsion from
the University. Whether or not a refund is given, and at what percentage,
is at the sole discretion of the University, and refunds may be
approved only by the Boston University in Brussels Director.