Fees & Scholarships opportunities
Undergraduate/Bachelor’s fees for the table tennis study programme for the 2016/2017 academic year
|Application fee (non-refundable, paid with application)||€150,00|
|Enrolment fee (non-refundable, paid upon receipt of acceptance letter)||€50,00|
|Tuition fee (non-refundable, paid upon receipt of acceptance letter)||€2.000,00|
Methods of payment
Following successful completion of admission procedure, an acceptance letter and advanced tuition invoice will be sent to the applicant and Admissions Department will send you all the information you need to make the tuition fee payments.
Payment by instalments
Students may opt to pay your tuition fees in two instalments.
The first instalment of 50% of your tuition fee is due on or before enrolment. The remainder must be paid not later than 1 March (before scheduled start of the second semester).
The University must receive your first instalment in full before you can register for an upcoming semester.
Please note that there is an amount of €50,00 of administrative charge if you choose to pay by instalments.
Tuition fees covered by a Sponsor
The full tuition fees are student responsibility regardless of any agreements students have with their Sponsors. The University will make reasonable efforts to obtain payment from your sponsor but if payment is not received 30 days from the due date of the invoice then the fee liability will be transferred to student.
The University must receive a completed Student Sponsorship Agreement from the party sponsoring your study before you can register for the study programme. We cannot accept private individuals, such as relatives, as formal sponsors.
All sponsors are required to pay their proportion of your fees within 30 days of the invoiced date in full in cleared amounts. There are no instalment options available for sponsors.
If the sponsor is not covering the full academic year’s fee then the student will be liable to pay his element of the fee liability in line with the dates and number of instalments outlined in the university’s acts.
A certain amount of scholarships is going to be awarded per each year by institutions, organisations and commercial partners that are supporting the project.
Any call for scholarship applications for this study programme, which would be announced by our partners and sponsors will also be published on this webpage.
The students who will not be awarded with the scholarship in the first year of study, but successfully enrol to the second/third year, should have priority in being awarded with the scholarship for the later years of the programme.
Students are also encouraged to seek for some financial support within their national associations and continental federations, national Olympic committees, ministry of sport, sports clubs, city sports departments, etc.