Undergraduate Studies

Registration Fees USD 200 per semester (Fall, Spring and Summer Session), paid in cash dollars and non-refundable.
Operational Fees USD 300 per semester (Fall and Spring Semesters), paid in 3 monthly installments in cash dollars, as per the deadlines specified on the Academic Calendar.
NSSF membership fees
USD 40 per academic year, paid in LBP at the official BDL rate.
Students already affiliated to the NSSF or to an equivalent fund (Cooperatives, military, judges and lawyers, Lebanese University, municipalities) are required to submit an official paper at the NSSF Delegate Office.
Students who are not affiliated to the NSSF are required to fill in an exemption form at the NSSF Delegate Office.
In both cases, this process should be completed before the scheduled deadline, i.e., end of September (See Academic Calendar).
Students who fail to abide by this deadline will not be able to benefit from the NSSF coverage, and the above fees will be automatically credited to their account upon the 2nd payment of tuition fees.
N.B.: Any person above 30 is exempted from the above fees and hence is not required to pass by the NSSF Delegate Office.


The cost of a credit varies according to the level of studies and the chosen specialization. The complete list of fees is available on the USEK website.

The cost of a credit is subject to change; the administration reserves the right to review and modify fees every semester (Student Guide D.2).

The total tuition fees can be calculated according to the table below. They are spread into 5 installments, the first one is equal to LBP 7.500.000 and should be settled before the registration period, in addition to the USD 200 registration fees.

Credit Fees – Undergraduate

Continuing Education Cost per 1 credit in USD
Language Center 220
Theology Center 220
Sports Center Para Universitaire 220
 Music Academy
(20% fresh USD and 80% at USD/LBP official rate
no operation or registration fees are applied)

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Cost per 1 credit in USD
Language Remedial Courses 137
Languages and Literatures 220
Philosophy, Psychology and Social Sciences, Education 220
Sacred Art, Conservation and Heritage 220
History and Archeology 220
Religious and Oriental Sciences 220
Music and Performing Arts 220
Communication - Journalism and E-Journalism 220
Communication - Cinema and Television 320
Nutrition and Food Sciences 305
Computer Science and IT 350
Mathematics 350
Chemistry and Biochemistry 350
Biology 350

School of Engineering Cost per 1 credit in USD
Agricultural Engineering 233
Food Engineering 305
Biomedical Engineering 406
Chemical Engineering 406
Electrical, Telecommunications and Computer Engineering 406
Civil Engineering 406
Mechanical Engineering 406
Petroleum Engineering 406

Business School Cost per 1 credit in USD
Business Administration - All majors 350

School of Law and Political Sciences Cost per 1 credit in USD
Law 233
Political and Administrative Sciences 220

School of Medicine and Medical Sciences Cost per 1 credit in USD
Nursing 220
Medicine 442

School of Architecture and Design Cost per 1 credit in USD
Architecture 340
Interior Design 320
Design and Digital Media 320

Pontifical School of Theology Cost per 1 credit in USD
Department of Theology 220

Throughout the Financial Aid Office (FAO), USEK provides help to students facing financial difficulties. And it continues to do so, according to its mission, through discounts or installment facilities. The relevant application should then be duly completed and submitted within the set deadlines. As such, students with financial problems may contact the FAO before the scheduled deadline (See Academic Calendar). Beyond this date, they can only contact the FAO in order to pay their tuition fees in installments.

The cost of a credit is not related to the School/Faculty to which the student is affiliated, but rather to the School/Faculty that gives the credit in question.
E.g.: A student registered in the Undergraduate Studies program at the Business School pays 350 USD for a business course credit, while he pays 137 USD for a language course credit.
In case of financial problems, proceed to the USEK Financial Aid Office.
These prices are applicable in all the USEK branches.

The cost of a credit is subject to change; the administration reserves the right to review and modify fees every semester (Student Guide, D.2). All likely modifications of a credit cost are reported in advance to students through bulletin boards, the University’s website and MyUSEK. It is the responsibility of each student to keep well-informed with the University’s news and announcements by regularly consulting these means of communication. 

Payment Procedure

The student should install his/her tuition fees in four payments per semester and two payments for the Summer Session.

Failure to comply with payment installments, as stated in the Academic Calendar, leads to a financial penalty calculated according to the amount due and a new installment date will be fixed by the University. It is the responsibility of each student to make sure that his/her tuition fees were paid within the deadlines established by the administration of the University.


No refunds are granted unless in case of deregistration, and this as defined by the academic regulations.
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