Fees

1. Paying education

At the African Music Institute, you’ll have access to a demanding contemporary music curriculum, state-of-the-art music technology and facilities, and a diverse and dynamic artistic community. But our offerings and environment are also what make the African Music Institute expensive.

Understanding the challenges this presents for our students, we work hard to make your education as affordable as possible.

Helping Pave Your Way

It’s important that you prepare your arrival at the African Music Institute meeting your national scholarship agencies, state aid programs and outside scholarships.

The African Music Institute brings some scholarship support, grants, student employments and payment plans to entering and continuing students but the number of them will be limited in 2018.

Planning for Your Future

Because we’re unable to meet the financial needs of all of our students, it’s important that you and your families have a sound financial plan in place to pay for your education.

Types of Funding
Financial assistance for your African Music Institute Education is available from a variety of sources:

  • institutional funds,
  • governmental aid,
  • state and foundation award,
  • outside scholarships,
  • and private loans.

Funding from any one source is limited and awarded based on specific criteria, so we encourage you to familiarize yourself with all of your options and be aware of applicable deadlines.

It is important for you to remember that financial aid is a supplement to your family’s contribution to your education and you should only borrow what is needed. All awards are contingent upon students meeting satisfactory academic progress and enrollment status:
– Scholarships
– Grants
– Student Employment

Costs of Attendance for January to September, 2019
Annual cost for your attendance includes :

Master Media Management & Music Business

Master fees 2019