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Fees and funding options for your Arden University Berlin course

At Arden University Berlin you’ll find that our tuition fees are often lower than at similar, traditional universities. That’s because we believe university tuition fees shouldn’t get in the way of your personal and professional development. We offer you a number of ways to pay for your course, including spreading the cost over the duration of your studies in easy-to-manage instalments.


Save money when you start your course online

If you receive an unconditional offer from us to study at our Berlin campus, but experience delays waiting for your student visa, it doesn’t mean you have to put your plans for studying and working in Germany on hold.

You can get a head start by studying the first two modules of your degree online. You’ll also receive a 1000 discount on your fees if you choose this option, plus up to an extra 20% off with our Early Bird offer. For more details, visit our Start Online page


Your fees and funding options for bachelor’s courses

Pay your course fees in full

To secure your place on the course you will be required to pay a holding fee of 1,000. This holding fee will be deducted from the total course fees payable for your first year of study.

You can then either pay the remaining fees for your course in full if you have the available funds, or you can opt to pay for each year of study separately. If you choose to pay for your course in full you won’t need to sign up for a fixed payment plan for each individual year of study.

If you decide to pay in full, the fees payable for the course will need to be paid prior to enrolment.

We accept credit and debit cards (Visa, Mastercard) and international bank transfers. Unfortunately, we are currently unable to accept Amex cards for payment.

Pay in easy to manage instalments 

If you prefer, you can choose to enter into a payment plan for each individual year of study. You will need to confirm the precise details of the payment plan with your Enrolment Advisor and then enter into an agreed payment plan for your first year of study.

The holding fee will be deducted from the total course fees payable, and you will pay the remaining fees for your first year of study based on the agreed payment plan. 

Prior to each subsequent year of study, you will need to confirm whether you are going to pay in full for that year or enter into a payment plan and pay for the year via instalments. 

Our payment plans are reviewed periodically. If you wish to pay for your studies via a payment plan, any updated information will be sent to you in advance and explained to you before you decide to enter into a new agreement with us.


Your fees and funding options for master’s courses

Pay your course fees in full

You can pay for your Arden University Berlin master’s course all in one go if you have the available funds.

To secure your place on the course you will be required to pay a holding fee. This holding fee will be specified within your offer pack. The current holding fee for our master’s courses is between 1,000. The holding fee paid will be deducted from your total course fees payable.

If you decide to pay in full, the fees payable for the course will need to be paid prior to enrolment.

We accept credit and debit cards (Visa, Mastercard) and international bank transfers. Unfortunately, we are currently unable to accept Amex cards for payment.

Pay in easy to manage instalments

You can also choose to enter into a payment plan to fund your course.

You will need to confirm the precise details of the payment plan with your Enrolment Advisor and then enter into an agreed payment plan prior to enrolment.

The holding fee will be deducted from the total course fees payable, and you’ll pay the remaining fees based on your agreed payment plan.

Our payment plans are reviewed periodically. If you wish to pay for your studies via a payment plan, any updated information will be sent to you in advance and explained to you before you decide to enter into a new agreement with us.