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Finance

 Tuition fees for International Students


The tuition fee consists of two parts: A fixed tuition fee per semester plus a fee that depends on the number of units of courses that you take during the semester. The tuition fees for undergraduate and graduate international students are listed in the table below.

Educational Status

Fixed Fee per Semester

Fee per Unit

Undergraduate

2000 USD

100 USD

Graduate (M.Sc. and Ph.D.)

3000 USD

150 USD

Visiting (undergraduate)

2000 USD

100 USD

Visiting (graduate)

3000 USD

150 USD

 


Expected Living Expenses

As well as your tuition fees, you will need to budget for your living expenses. These depend on your personal circumstances, but we recommend that students should budget around 4000 USD per year. This figure is estimated to cover the costs of staying at Sharif for nine months, i.e. two semesters and the short vacation (Norouz), and includes the cost of accommodation, food, books, and entertainment for the time spent in Tehran. If you intend to stay in Tehran for the whole year you will need at least 5000 USD. You will also need to cover the costs of travel to and from Tehran at the start and end of each year.

 

 

 

Scholarship

 

According to the current regulations of Sharif University of Technology, students who will be admitted for academic year 2017-18 may receive a scholarship covering up to 50 percent of the tuition fees. This award may be renewed semester-wise upon appropriate academic performance of the applicant.

 


 

Tuition fees for Transfer Iranian Students


The tuition fee consists of two parts: A fixed tuition fee per semester plus a fee that depends on the number of units of courses that you take during the semester. The tuition fees for undergraduate and graduate international students are listed in the table below.

Educational Status

Fixed Fee per Semester

Fee per Unit

Undergraduate

2000 USD

100 USD

Graduate (M.Sc. and Ph.D.)

3000 USD

150 USD

Visiting (undergraduate)

2000 USD

100 USD

Visiting (graduate)

3000 USD

150 USD


 

 


 

Required Documents

 


 

1) If you are financially self-supported, a bank letter that shows your assets is required as part of your application documents. Your bank assets should be enough to cover at least one year of your expenses in Iran, which  is estimated to be at least U.S. $14000. The bank letter should have the following specifications.


a) It should be current. The bank letter(s) should include the current ending balance. Bank statement(s) need to show the most current monthly statement with an ending balance.

b) It should be official. The bank letter should be on official company letterhead/stationery. Bank statement should clearly identify the document source (monthly mailed statement, online statement, statement by request, etc.) and include the account holder’s name, type of account, the name of the bank and the respective branch.

c) It should be legible. Originals will be required at the time of registration at Sharif University of Technology.

d) It should contain the specific amount of money available. The letter or bank statement could show liquid assets such as cash deposits, certificates of deposit, saving accounts, etc.

e) It should contain the specific denomination and currency of the funds. It is acceptable that the funds are in currencies other than U.S. dollars.

2) If you will be supported through a third party or private company, a bank letter that shows the required assets, is needed as part of your admissions process. The bank assets should be enough to cover at least one year of your expenses in Iran, which is estimated to be U.S. $14000. The bank letter should have the general specifications noted in item 1 (“a” through “e” above). In addition, the individual or an official representative of the company who is supporting you, should complete the “Declaration of Financial Support Form”, existing on the same page of the "Apply Now" form as the bank statement.