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Fees and scholarships

Accessible, affordable education

At NU, we are committed to ensuring that our students have access to a holistic education. We
offer a variety of merit-based scholarships and tuition fee waivers for registered students.

NU’s fee structure both mandatory one-time fees and recurring fees for the student’s tuition and living expenses at the university.
Parents or guardians of students can choose from the following two payment plans:
  • Annual payment plan – fees paid at the start of the year
  • Semester payment plan – fees paid for one semester at a time
fess and scholarship

One-time fee

Applicable to all students applying for any course.
Fees/DepositAmountTo be paid at the time of:
Non-Refundable Application Fee (EAD & RAD)₹1500Application form submission
Non-Refundable Acceptance Fee*₹20,000 for EAD and RAD applicantsAcceptance of the admission offer
Refundable security deposit
(refunded upon completion of programme)
₹60,000 for EAD
₹60,000 for RAD
Payable at the time of enrolment.

* The Acceptance Fee ensures that the seat in the programme for which they have been selected, remains secured for them. For the first 3 rounds of EAD only 5k will be non refundable and balance 15k to be Refundable. For enrolled students this 15k will be adjusted against applicable Tuition fee. The Acceptance Fee is partially non-refundable, since it provides the selected student the benefit of subsequent interactions and facilities such as the Head Start Workshop (HSW), Camp Future, Learn from Masters series of lectures (LFM) as applicable.

Recurring fees

Fee waivers

Fee waivers

NU offers fee waivers to several categories of applicants.


NU offers several scholarships to encourage and support meritorious applicants. We understand the diverse needs of our students, and therefore, we have divided the scholarships into various categories.

Academic merit is rewarded even after admission. Students have the opportunity to aim for better scholarships if they exceed their academic grades.
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