We understand that program costs are a significant factor when you’re considering studying or interning abroad. These resources and tools will help you start building your funding plan. Early planning will allow you to take advantage of more funding opportunities.
No two programs are the same, and our program costs reflect these differences. Our programs vary widely in cost, so it is likely that we have a program for every budget. Sometimes studying or interning abroad is no more expensive than studying on-campus and other times the cost can be higher.
Note: Scholarship and grant deadlines may be different (and are often EARLIER) than your program application deadline. It is normal to still be considering program options while you apply for funding.
We encourage all students to:
- Attend a Funding Study Abroad Information Session
- Determine your budget
- Research programs and identify those that meet your budget
- Be sure to check which items are included in the program fee. Sometimes amenities, such as housing, are included.
- Consider other potential costs, such as airfare and cost of living, which may not be reflected in the program fee.
- Complete a FAFSA application and meet with the Office of Student Financial Aid
- Apply for scholarships
- Use creative funding techniques