As institutions around the world determine program costs at different times, it is difficult for Education Abroad to provide actual cost information until shortly before the beginning of a program. You are encouraged to consult this document on a regular basis as it is frequently updated with the most current cost information and billing information available.
All students are assessed the standard University Park tuition. Non-Pennsylvania residents participating on this program will also be credited an amount in the "Beginning Balance" of their semester bills which, when subtracted from the Non-Pennsylvania tuition rate, reflects a net tuition equal to the established Pennsylvania resident tuition rate.
The Education Abroad Program Fee includes:
As a Penn State student you will automatically be awarded a $2,000 Public School Grant from IES. IES has created this award to make their programs affordable to you. This award has already been calculated into the budget sheet.
Note that the budget above is for students with U.S. citizenship, and non-U.S. citizens may be required to obtain a visa prior to arrival in Argentina, Peru, Chile, or all three countries. The actual cost of the visa will vary depending on the type of visa required and the student's country of citizenship. The Consulate General of the host country reserves the right to change their visa fees without prior notice. For exact pricing, students should contact directly the nearest Consulate for the host country.
Regardless of the reason and effective date of withdrawal, it is the responsibility of students to immediately notify Education Abroad in writing and to understand the implications of their withdrawal actions.
For more information, please consult the University Senate Policy on Withdrawal and Leave of Absence.
In Santiago, your homestay provides two meals per day each day of the week, including weekends. In Buenos Aires, your homestay provides breakfast and dinner during the week, and breakfast on the weekend.