Fee Structure: 2023-2026
The fee structure for the three-year BSc programme, session beginning in 2023 is provided below:
The Tuition Fee of the Programme will be as follows:
Tuition Fee for Indian Students including students who are residents of Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Bhutan
|BSc in Computer Science 2023
Tuition Fees for Foreign Nationals (excluding students who are residents of Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Bhutan)/ Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)/ Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)/ Overseas Citizens of India (OCI)
|BSc Tuition Fee without IIP (in USD)
Note: From the second year onwards, tuition fee may be increased by a maximum of 5% over the preceding year at BMU’s discretion.
|Other Fee/ Charges
|For Indian Students including students residing in Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Bhutan
|Foreign Nationals (excluding students who are residents of Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Bhutan)/ Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)/ Non-Residential Indians (NRls)/ Overseas Citizens of India OCI
|One-time registration fee
|One-time refundable security deposit
Books and Study Material
The Tuition Fee includes the cost of Library resources, reading material and extracts, select text books as determined by the respective School.
International Immersion Programme:
International Immersion Programme gives all students first-hand knowledge of the global marketplace through an unparalleled immersion experience at one of the partner universities abroad.
The International Immersion Programme is an optional module conducted during summer break in between June to August for 2-3 weeks depending on the duration of course.
After the completion of the module students will receive an International Immersion Programme Certification from the Host University/School.
Tuition, air-travel expenses are included in the International Immersion Programme Fee.
Fee will be indicated to students during the year they choose to travel.
Students will be required to arrange for accommodation. BMU will share the list of possible accommodations in University hostels or near to University.
The International Immersion Programme Fee does not include expenses for local travel in the city where the Host University/School is located, Sightseeing, Tickets/charges for social programmes organised by host school.
Students will need to procure a valid passport & visa for the IIP. BMU will assist in the Visa application process only, all costs for Passport and Visa procurement are to be borne by the student.
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