Summer 2015 in Ireland & Europe - Program Costs
Study Abroad program cost: $6,800
The program cost covers lodging, classroom rental, and two meals per day while in Ireland. The fee also covers structured visits to several countries (including lodging and two meals per day while on the road), admission fees, administrative expenses, several group meals, health insurance, airfare within Europe*, etc. The program will be based out of University College in Dublin (UCD), where you will stay in individual rooms in UCD dorms (with private toilet and shower). As part of the program, the group will visit Ireland, Northern Ireland, Greece, Germany, France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Belgium.
*Round trip airfare from Fargo to Europe is an additional cost, see details below. Airfare from Dublin to Greece and back, and from Dublin to Brussels is included as part of the Study Abroad costs mentioned above.
Airfare from Fargo to Dublin and from Brussels back to Fargo is an additional expense. Estimated cost is $1,200-$1,500. We will purchase the airline tickets after acceptance, and bill your student account accordingly.
TUITION FOR SIX CREDIT HOURS:
This total will come to approximately $1,950.24. (NDSU Base Rate Undergraduate Tuition and Fees: DCE tuition rate for 6 credits will follow the regular DCE tution schedule for Summer 2015. The amount listed above is not the current summer 2015 rate and is an estimate only.)
See the DCE tuition page: http://www.ndsu.edu/dce/degrees/tuition_fees/undergraduate_tuition.
DCE credits are billed at ND resident rates for all who participate, and are not subject to 12-credit cap (if you have other classes during summer term that put you over 12 credits).
NDSU International Student & Study Abroad Services application fee:
In addition to the above fees, the NDSU International Student and Study Abroad Services department (ISSAS) charges $100 for the online application fee.
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