Funding your higher education can take different forms.

Learn your options.

MUST University offer several types of financial support to current and prospective students in the form of scholarships and payment plans to bridge the gap between educational expenses and personal financial resources.

The Financial Support works carefully to deliver personalized service and financial assistance within the framework, regulations and policies of our institution. The objective of the Financial Support is to provide financial assistance to eligible students through coordination with, and full use of, all community, and on-campus resources.


MUST University offers a variety of scholarships ranging from academic to financial for students who meet the criteria set by the University. Recipients must be enrolled in an associate, bachelor, or master’s program.

Scholarships are an essential source of funding designed to help graduate students meet their educational and research expenses. Scholarships are awarded institutionally by the Academic Committee.

Tuition and Fee Information

MUST University doesn’t require students to pre-pay tuition before each term, so every student at Must University has a student account and must e-sign the “Student Financial Services Agreement” which outlines rights and responsibilities of the billing account.

When you finish registering, your schedule is official. This obliges you to pay the corresponding tuition and fees for your classes.

Current academic year tuition and fee rates can be found here:


Tuition and Fees

  1. Application Fee: – This fee is assessed prior to enrollment and is non-refundable. The application fee is waived for Veterans who produce a copy of their DD Form 214 at the time of enrollment.
  2. Registration Fee: This fee is assessed upon enrollment and is non-refundable unless the student is not accepted by the College, or the student meets the conditions of cancellation as outlined in the Refund Policy.
  3. Tuition: Tuition charges are assessed based on the number of registered credit hours on a semester basis and are due before the beginning of the term.
  4. Program Fees: Program fees cover such items as learning platform, labs, supplies, materials, student awards, workshops, and career days. Program fees are assessed each term for every program. Program fees are payable on a semester basis and are not refundable after the semester has begun.
Application Fee (Nonrefundable)
$50 USD
Registration Fee (Nonrefundable)
$150 USD
Readmission Fee
$100 USD
Tuition Undergraduate
$150 USD (PCH)*
Tuition Graduate
$160 USD (PCH)*
Capstone Course Fee
$20 USD (PCH)*
Official Transcript Fee
$10 USD
Diploma Replacement Fee
$50 USD
Graduation Fee
$100 USD
Returned Check Fee
$50 USD
Credit by Examination Fee
$150 USD
Credit by Examination Rescheduling Fee
$25 USD
Credit for Prior Learning and Life Experience
$150 USD

(PCH)* - Per Credit Hour


The institution receives payments through Personal Checks, Money Orders, Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Wire-Transfers, Pix and Boletos (within Brazil).

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