Tuition Rate 2013/2014
Books included in the tuition.
EURO 1.935 per Graduate course (3 credit hours)
Euro 545 per credit hour (Euro 1.635 per 3 credit hour course)
Fall and Spring Semesters
Full-time students: Euro 8.720 per Semester (12 to 18 credit hours)
Part-time students: Euro 545 per credit hour (up to 11 credit hours)
Tuition Rate 2012/2013
Books included in the tuition as in the past.
EURO 1.890 per Graduate course (3 credit hours)
From 2012/2013 Books are included in the tuition.
Euro 530 per credit hour (Euro 1.590 per 3 credit hour course)
Fall and Spring Semesters
Full-time students: Euro 8.480 per Semester (12 to 18 credit hours)
Part-time students: Euro 530 per credit hour (up to 11 credit hours)
Full-time semester undergraduate students have the option to pay the first 50% of the tuition by the regular deadline (prior to the start of Fall I/Spring I term), and the second 50% by the second part of a semester (i.e. prior to the start of Fall II/Spring II term). Credit hours taken above the maximum of 18 credits per semester fee require payment for each additional credit hour on top.
Spring II, 2013 Material/Lab Fee for the following courses :
€ 20: PSYC 4900/52
€ 60: ARHS 2350/52, ART 3830/52, COAP 3150/50, INTM 1600/52
€ 81: BUSN 6200/18
Students who wish to register early for the Summer term courses (i.e. the start term of the Academic Year 13/14) must first have paid for the Spring 2013 Semester (i.e. the Academic Year 12/13).
Summer 2013 Registration Period
Please make sure that you complete your Summer 2013 registration and payment during week #8 of Spring II Term 13
Make your Summer 13 payment arrangements (e.g. credit card charge orders) before the break to be in time for Summer 2013 (especially if you are not returning before the deadline.
Summer 13 deadline for current students: Friday, May 17, 2013
Registration after Friday May 17 will result in late fee of EURO 80.
Full-time semester Undergraduate students please note: Summer term tuition (as representing one term and not a Semester) is payable on a per-credit-hour
and so per course basis.
Please indicate your student ID number on any transaction to Webster for credit to your student account at Webster University.
Summer 13 Material / Lab Fee for the following courses:
EUR 60.- : ART 3110/50
EUR 90.- : PHOT 1010/50, VIDE 3650/50
Graduate students and Undergraduate summer term and part time students: Refund transfers will be made only after Week 4 of the term.
Undergraduate full-time Fall & Spring semester students: Semester tuition refunds are made after a semester and only if drops and/or withdrawals reduce the credit load below 12 credit hours.
This regulation counts for all types of refunds (e.g. book reimbursements etc.).
Withdrawals do not change the cumulative attempted credit hours within a semester. If you withdraw from a course in Fall I or Spring I, and instead take another course for Fall II or Spring II, it still increases your total credit hours taken during a semester. E.g. if you have 18 credits at first, then withdraw to 15 credits and take another course for Fall II or Spring II, you will increase from 18 credits to 21 credits and thus have to pay for 3 extra credits on top of the semester fee.
|16 week course||8 week course||4 week course|
|Drop||Week 1||100 %||100 %||100 %|
|Drop||Week 2||100 %||100 %||25 %|
|Withdrawal||Week 3||50 %||50 %||0 %|
|Withdrawal||Week 4||50 %||25 %||0 %|
|Withdrawal||Week 5||25 %||0 %|
|Withdrawal||Week 6||25 %||0 %|
|Withdrawal||Week 7||25 %||0 %|
|Withdrawal||Week 8||25 %||0 %|
|Withdrawal||Week 9||0 %||0 %|
Students must register with Vienna and pay the Vienna tuition rate.
To request reimbursement of expenditures made for text books in an online course, please refer to this form.
Study abroad students from Vienna to other campuses
Vienna students attending other campuses register and pay with Vienna as follows:
- UG: for the duration of 5 terms (or 6 if the 6th term is Fall II or Spring II of an Academic Year)
- G: for the duration of 2 terms (or 3 if the 3rd term is Fall II or Spring II of an Academic Year)
- Other fees (material or lab fees) are to be paid at the campus of attendance, during indicated period.
To request reimbursement of expenditures made for text books when studying abroad, please refer to this form.
Related to the Austrian Accreditation of Webster University Vienna (Privatuniversität), there are academic restrictions to the duration of study abroad.
Please see your advisor.
Credit card charge orders
Please make your orders for credit card charges or instruction for credit transfer in time for each term. Download the form or collect it from the Finance Office, Room 308 or at the reception. Instructions are to be sent via email to email@example.com
Arrange credit card charges prior to the deadline of each relevant term. Please check the credit card expiry for required update information.
In connection to standing credit card charge orders; in case of a) course load changes, b) registration on the day before the deadline or the day of the deadline, c) late course registration after the deadline, d) class adds in week 1 or 2, this must be reported to the Finance Officer for initiation of (additional) charge.
Students on US Federal Aid
Students on US Federal Aid need to complete application for Academic/Financial Aid year 13/14 (Summer 13 – Spring II 14). The required forms (Webster University Financial Aid Application, FAFSA confirmation page, IRS Tax Form) are available at http://www.webster.edu/financialaid/forms/index.html. Please submit all documentation to the Finance Officer (room 308).
Mandatory graduation fee of Euro 100.- payable by undergraduate and graduate students during their last term of attendance (independent from ceremony attendance).
Any financial information/statements of account will be sent to the main (first) address entered in our Webster University information system. Make sure you update your address for accuracy and receipt of statements at the address of your choice online at http://www.webster.edu, instructions are available online or at Reception and the Registrar's Office.
Please indicate your student ID number on any transaction to Webster.
Please check your academic record via Connections on a regular basis for (possible) financial (hold) status indication (if relevant it will appear under "note").
For further information please contact Carina Starlinger-Mazelle, Finance Officer, Financial Aid Coordinator on 269 92 93 25 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Finance Office is located on the 3rd floor in room 308.