Tuition

University of Nedicine offers a research doctoral program in informational medicine, based on quantum electrodynamics. The program comprises a trimestral educational system (three trimesters per year) with one month of vacation at the end of each trimester.
The research doctorate is and exhaustive compendium of scientific research for a solid professional career.
The tuition for the online doctoral program is $1,000 per trimester.
The tuition for the doctoral program on campus is $7,000 per trimester.
Tuition for both excludes the cost of books, seminars, preceptorships, tutoring, course materials, application fee, graduation fee and any other fees applicable.
Each trimester integrates nine subjects and incorporates 7 trimesters equivalent to 182 credit hours.
A student must complete all seven trimesters and a preceptorship equaling 50 credit hours of training to obtain a degree.
Financial aid is available to qualified applicants.
Tuition is payable before the first day of each trimester.
Tuition policies, like all university policies, are subject to revisions and changes by the university’s administration and/or counseling board.

 

Registration

All candidates who wish to be considered for admission to the American University of Nedicine program are required to pay a non-refundable registration fee of $267 to reserve their space at the university.
Student enrollment in the degree program is paid before the start of the program.
To enroll in the program the student must submit an application with the registration fee online or via e-mail to: nedicine@outlook.com.
The Office of the Registrar must receive the application and registration fee by the deadline date so the student can be admitted to the University without incurring a late registration fee.
Registration begins two months before the start of the semester.
The deadline to dispute a student fee is 90 days from the end of the semester to which the charges were applied or 90 days from the current record, or whichever is longer.
Registration policies, like all university policies, are subject to revisions and changes by the university’s administration and/or counseling board.

Textbooks and Course Materials

A list of required textbooks and materials for each course will be available through the office of the Registrar before the beginning of each program or will be announced by the instructor on the first day of the class.
The university does not supply the student with the books for the courses.
Students are responsible for acquiring their own books and the necessary support materials for the course.
Numerous online resources (books, articles, videos) will be available for students to access for their studies.
Seminars, tutoring and preceptorships are $100 per hour.
Students are required to obtain by week one of the first enrolled semester, functional diagnostic (stethoscope) equipment to measure quantum electrodynamic waves in the energetic field of the body.
Course policies, like all university policies, are subject to revisions and changes by the university’s administration and/or counseling board.

Refunds

Dropping a term before the first day of class, entitles a student to a 100 percent tuition refund.
Every student must maintain full-time status for each semester that he or she is enrolled.
ONCE A CLASS HAS STARTED IT CANNOT BE DROPED. Exceptions are made for unusual and compelling circumstances regarding refunds to the student.
The notice of withdrawal and the request for refund must be made in writing to the office of the Registrar via email.
We do not allow students to contact course professors to make special arrangements.
All drops must be processed through the Office of the Registrar; please do not negotiate directly with the professor.
Refund will be paid within 45 days of withdrawal.
A refund notice will to be sent to the student 30 days after the refund is made.
Registration fees are not refundable.
There is no refund given for continuing education courses.
Refund policies, like all university policies, are subject to revisions and changes by the university’s administration and/or counseling board.

Other Fees

Courses may be changed or dropped from a student’s schedule through the change/drop period (before the end of the first week of each semester). Course change/drop forms are available online at ASN’s registration link.
A fee of $10 is applicable to change/drop a course.
After a student graduates, he or she will receive a diploma. The cost for printing the certificate is $25.
A late payment of $50 is charged for registration after the deadline.
A fee of $35 is applicable to all returned checks.
The deadline for contesting a charge on a student account is 90 days from the close of the trimester in which the charge is applied or 90 days from the actual posting, whichever is later. Financial policies, like all policies of the University, is subject to change and revision by the management and/or Advisory Board of the University.