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Fees for overseas students

Application fees MOP250 (around USD32)  
Tuition fees of Academic Year 2021/2022 Students from Hong Kong and Taiwan Other overseas students

Undergraduate programme1
(full tuition)

MOP192,000
(around USD24,000)
MOP252,000
(around USD31,500)

Master's degree programme1
(full tuition)

MOP88,000
(around USD11,000)
MOP118,000
(around USD14,750)

Doctoral degree programme1
(full tuition)

MOP110,010
(around USD13,750)
MOP138,000
(around USD17,250)
Academic Year 2021/2022 Undergraduate Postgraduate
Semester Accommodation Fee Non-single room: MOP15,750 (around USD1,970)
Single room: MOP36,750 (around USD4,595)
(For a ten and a half months; payable in two installments)
Non-single room: MOP18,000 (around USD2,251)
Single room: MOP42,000 (around USD5,252)
(For every twelve months; payable in two installments)
Summer Accommodation Fee MOP50 (around USD6.3)
(On a daily basis)
N/A
Hostel Deposit MOP1,500 (around USD188)
(One-off payment conditionally refundable upon checking out)
Relocation Fee MOP500 (around USD63)
(For every single time)
Medical Insurance MOP216 (around USD27)

Remarks:

  1. The tuition fees stated in the table above shall be settled in eight installments for undergraduate programmes within respective normal periods of study. A student who fails to complete his/her programme within the normal period of study and need to extend his/her period of study, is subject to a continuation fee.
  2. The tuition fees stated in the table above shall be settled in two installments for master's degree programmes and in three installments for doctoral degree programmes within respective normal periods of study. A student who fails to complete his/her programme within the normal period of study and need to postpone his/her graduation, is subject to a continuation fee.

 

The above fees are subject to adjustment. All students should pay the prevailing fees announced by MPI. The accommodation fees listed above do not include any utility fees, such as those of electricity, water and gas, and the resident students are responsible for their own expenses of such nature incurred at their respective hostels.

The transportation, accommodation costs and living expenses for studies aboard shall be responsible by students.

 

Scholarships

Undergraduate

We offer dozens of scholarships to incoming and current students. A high percentage of over 600 students receive our scholarships every year. Students are not required to apply separately for these scholarships.

  1. Bright Future Scholarship

    This scholarship is awarded to outstanding freshmen from outside Macao (excluding the Chinese Mainland). Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit, taking into consideration the performance of candidates during their studies in Form Six/12th Grade, Form Five/11h Grade and Form Four/10th Grade. Results obtained in public examinations such as GCE A Level, SAT and HKDSE will also be considered.

    Recipients of this scholarship will have their tuition and hostel fees waived plus receive a monthly subsidy.
  2. Scholarships for outstanding students

    Current MPI students are eligible to compete for over 70 scholarships established by us and numerous donors. Scholarships are awarded on merit based on criteria such as GPA and extra-curriculum achievements.

    Details of these scholarships can be found at the Student Corner of the MPI website.

 

Postgraduate

We offer Postgraduate Scholarships to outstanding students admitted to our Master’s and Doctoral degree programmes. All applicants for admission to our Postgraduate programmes are eligible to apply for these Scholarships. The scholarship applications (together with relevant supporting documents) are to be submitted simultaneously online with the admission application on the Admission Application Portal. For more details, please refer to the Postgraduate Scholarship Regulations.

Key Dates
Scholarships & grants: 70+

Lam Pak HongGraduate of Public Administration
Courses in philosophy, political science, sociology and psychology equipped me with theoretical knowledge and critical thinking skills, while those related to languages, management, law and computing improved my practical knowledge. Both aspects are very much helpful to my current job as a civil servant.