Cost of Attendance of the M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy

Although living costs vary from student to student, the following list has been compiled with the help of alumni, current students and faculty members in order to give the school's best estimate so that prospective students can plan their budget. Once living here, you will find that you spend more on some things, and less on others.

The costs herebelow apply to the two-year Master's program. Please contact the financial aid officer for other programs.

Following are two limits between which the cost of attendance will usually range:

  • A is the low budget option, for students who are willing to live on a tight budget, stay in a student residence or share an appartment.

  • B is what we believe would be a maximum budget, including the rental of a studio appartment in the center of Paris.

Please note that you can also work during your studies at AGS. See more information here.

Year 1

A

B

Tuition (8 courses) + Registration Fees
(Based on Fall 2014 rate)

€ 20,340

€ 20,340

French Language Courses (optional)

€ 2,200

Books

€ 500

€ 700

Medical Coverage

€ 200

€ 200

Rent

€ 6,000

€ 10,200

Food, utilities and other living expenses*

€ 7,000

€ 8,500

Overseas travel

€ 1,000

€ 1,500

Local transportation

€ 600

€ 600

Estimated expenses first year at AGS

€ 35,640

€ 44,240

 

Year 2

A

B

Tuition (6 courses) + Registration Fees
(based on Spring 2014 rate)

€ 15,290

€ 15,290

Books

€ 500

€ 800

Medical Coverage

€ 200

€ 200

Rent

€ 4,500

€ 7,650

Food, utilities and other living expenses

€ 6,800

€ 7,750

Overseas travel

€ 1,000

€ 1,500

Local transportation

€ 600

€ 600

Estimated expenses second year at AGS

€ 28,890

€ 33,790

 
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M.A., School of International Relations
Class of 2009

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