At a Glance
Average completion time
Cost per unit
- Los Angeles
Tuition and Aid
For more-detailed information about tuition and costs of the program, contact Graduate Student Financial Services at (626) 815-4570 or email@example.com.
APU and the MATUL program, which prepares leaders for service among the poor, strive to make education affordable. An investment in a MATUL degree includes diverse perspectives from practitioner-scholars serving among urban poor communities, cross-cultural training and support, and pastoral care. Below is a detailed description of fees associated with the benefits and services included in the MATUL program.
|Total program tuition for students beginning 2015–16||$18,564|
|In addition to tuition, students directly pay a small, special service fee to the city coordinator or host institution for a variety of services based on local costs:|
|Home stay placement (excluding room/board payments to host families)|
|Language school and/or language coach assignment (excluding language training payments)|
|Assistance in identifying supervised internship placements|
|Visa assistance (excluding visa payments)|
|Provision of local texts through the library|
|Field support and as-needed pastoral care (more-extensive counseling is a student cost, except in emergencies)|
Additional Living and Learning Expenses
All costs are given as approximations. Actual costs incurred by students may vary.
|Costs for airfare to and from program site (excludes other travel or visa renewal trips in some countries)||$1,500–2,300|
|Textbooks (approx. $75 per subject course)||$1,125|
|Room and board with host family for 24 months||$2,400|
|In-country public transportation and incidentals for 24 months||$750|
|Language school or language coach (3 hr/day, 4 day/wk, for 7 months)||$1,200–1,800|
Transcript and Special Fees
Other fees may be found on the Graduate Student Financial Services website.
MATUL International students are eligible to apply for program scholarships once they relocate to their international placement. Scholarship applications consider financial need, leadership ability, and academic strength. For the 2014–15 academic year, six scholarships were awarded ranging from $5,000 to full tuition.
In addition, MATUL students may apply for scholarships through Azusa Pacific Seminary. A complete list of scholarships is available on the Graduate Student Financial Services website.