Study Abroad Finances
What Does it Cost to Study Abroad?
The costs of studying abroad will vary according to term abroad and destination. Cost estimates are provided in the program section of the website, but the following serves as a guideline to understanding the costs of studying abroad.
Students studying abroad for a semester:Students who study abroad during a semester will be charged the regular University of Scranton semester tuition. Additionally, students will be charged the normal University semester fee and a non-refundable application fee of $125. For current tuition and semester fee totals, please see the University of Scranton catalog at: University of Scranton Tuition and Fees.
In addition to tuition and fees, students will incur costs of room, meals, books, transportation, passport, student visa/study permit (if required) and personal expenses. The totals for these costs will vary according to study abroad location.Note that the University of Scranton includes a comprehensive health and emergency evacuation insurance policy to every student studying abroad at no additional cost.
Students studying abroad for an intersession or a summer session:Students studying abroad for short terms will be charged a non-refundable application fee of $125.In addition to the University of Scranton charges, students will incur the following costs: tuition (which varies according to study destination), room, meals, books, transportation, student visa/study permit (if required) and personal expenses.Note that the University of Scranton includes a comprehensive health and emergency evacuation insurance policy to every student studying abroad at no additional cost.
Study Abroad Invoicing
The University of Scranton will invoice students for the following costs: tuition, room, board and fees. It should be noted that many study abroad programs do not have meal plans and in such instances students will not be charged for meals. Additionally, in rare instances, housing bills must be paid directly to the housing providers by the student (because the provider will not invoice the University).