Cost of Attendance
University of California-San Francisco provides postgraduate and doctoral programs across various fields, offering quality education to students.
There are several other expenses that are involved in the cost of attending the university, which primarily includes housing, dining, textbooks, supplies, and the cost of living.
As for the net cost for attending UCSF, the actual amount depends on the annual family income of the candidate. The net price is nothing but the actual amount that a student is required to pay in a year. Usually, the individuals who have a higher family income will be required to pay a higher net amount, too.
The total program cost divided by the total number of credit hours of the program – also called cost per credit hour – that the student has to pay to attend University of California-San Francisco varies for graduate and undergraduate courses. Also, University of California-San Francisco currently offers a number of online courses to students across 29 different majors.
Lodging facilities have been made available by UCSF for the students who choose to stay on-campus. However, details of the charges for the same are not currently available.
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Book & Supplies
University of California-San Francisco offers 1 online programs
For students pursuing bachelor's degree programs at University of California-San Francisco, the total projected cost for students, along with the other expenses, varies based on several factors, including the program selected by the candidate. Moreover, it is to be noted that the cost for the same generally increases by a few percentages every couple of years.
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