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Tuition and Fees

Doctor of Pharmacy Program

Tuition, fees and estimated expenses for students in their P1, P2, and P3 years for the 2017-2018 are $54,812, and break down as follows:

Direct Costs
(Student billed directly by Manchester University)
Amount
Tuition (Students entering their P1, P2, or P3 year)
$38,000
Facility Fee
(Fee covers program laptop, support, infrastructure and access to online textbook resources)
$1,300
Direct Estimated Total Costs
$39,300

Indirect Costs- Off Campus Students
(Approximate fees that are paid to third parties)
Amount
Books/Supplies
$1,000
Transportation (To school and experiential sites around area/region)
$2,200
Personal/Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,340
Background Check/Drug Screening
(Estimated annual cost)
$120
Required Immunizations
(Approximate first year cost - varies per student)
$300
Licensure and Certification Fees
(Estimated annual cost)
$150
Housing/Food Allowance
$8,170
Approximate Loan Fees
$1,232
Indirect Estimated Total Costs
$15,512
Students in their P4 year have total estimated expenses (including tuition and fees) of $62,488 for the 2017-2018 academic year. See the breakdown of 4th Year Pharmacy Student Tuition here.

HEALTH INSURANCE
Proof of health insurance is required for entry into and progression through the Doctor of Pharmacy Program as part of the experiential education component. Though not included in the cost of attendance figures above, students should budget for health insurance coverage. Based on a student survey from February 2015, the average cost of health insurance for Manchester students was $2,000/year. Health insurance is not offered through the University; students are directed to the Healthcare Marketplace for health insurance options.

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