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Summer in Europe - Program Costs

 

Discount for early application!    $1,000 and €4,000

Final deadline cost:    $1,100 and €4,000

This program is priced in both dollars ($) and euros (€).  When the Center for Global Initiatives purchases euros in March, 2013 for the program, we will bill you for the €4000 at our euro purchase rate.   For example, on an early application, if €1 = $1.25 at that time, then €4,000 X $1.25 = $5,000.   Thus, $5,000 would be the "euro" amount we would bill you, plus the "dollar" amount of $1,000 (if early application), for a total of $6,000.   If the euro rises or falls, the cost could be more or less expensive.  


Visit http:www.xe.com/ucc for an exchange rate site to see the current value of the euro to the dollar.  

The program fee covers lodging, classroom rental, structured visits to various countries (including transportation, lodging and breakfast while on the road), admission fees, multiple group meals, administrative expenses, etc.


AIRFARE:

Roundtrip airfare, Fargo to Brussels, is an additional expense.   Estimated cost:  $1,200-$1,400.  We will purchase the airline tickets and bill you for the cost.


MEALS:

There will be several group dinners provided, plus breakfast in hotels whenever we stay in a hotel.  You will be responsible for the remaining meals.  


TUITION FOR SIX CREDIT HOURS:

Tuition for six credit hours (summer 2013 tuition was approximately $1650 for ND residents, $1735 for MN residents;  may change when NDSU sets summer 2014 tuition rates).


NDSU OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM FEES:

In addition to the above fees, the NDSU Office of International Programs (OIP) charges $75 for the online application fee and approx. $76 for health insurance to all NDSU students who study abroad.    OIP will direct bill each student for the travel-health insurance.  

NOTE:   A $300 non-refundable deposit is due with your application.  

NEED FINANCIAL AID? 


Need financial or an alternative loan?  Please review the Learning Content entitled “Faculty-led Financial Aid Budget” that is found within your online study abroad application to learn more and for instructions on how to make an appointment.


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Last Updated: Friday, January 31, 2014 11:00:37 AM