Course Fees at ALIF
ALIF tiered-pricing structure:
Tuition for 3-week courses (60 hours): 9,000dh
Tuition for 6-week courses (120 hours): 16,000dh
Tuition for 9-week courses (180 hours): 22,000dh
Tuition for 12-week courses* (240 hours): 27,000dh
Tuition for one full academic year (30 weeks of instruction, early Sept to late May): 70,000dh
*Not offered during the ALIF Summer term
Download AY 2022-2023 Estimated Budget Sheet here (36kb, .pdf). These are estimated costs only.
Hours of instruction for online classes: (as of January 2021)
3 or more students: 90 hours, 3 hours a day (plus extra hours as needed)
2 students: 60 hours, 3 hours a day
1 student: private study rates apply
Rates for private study:
Group Rate (divided by number of students): 2 students: 400dh/hour; 3 students: 450dh/hour
In addition to tuition:
Tuition does not include the cost of course materials (ranging from 75-840 dh), a 300dh refundable library book borrowing deposit, housing fees, or any living expenses.
Fees are to be paid on or before the first day of classes. Fees may be paid by online payment, credit card (2% fee), cash, or bank wire transfer (note: transfers incur higher fees). We cannot accept personal checks.
A late-registration fee of 250dh will be assessed for students who do not meet the 3-week deadline for receipt of applications.
ALIF does not offer any direct financial aid. U.S. federal government and other scholarship funds, including but not limited to FLAS, SSRC and NSEP grants, can be applied to the cost of study at ALIF. For Fulbright, FLAS, SSRC and NSEP funds, students must apply through the university at which they are matriculated. For further information on these and other funding options, please consult your university department or financial aid office. For funds to be available before study at ALIF, students should commence the paperwork for funding at least 6 months before the date of anticipated enrollment.