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.
Students are assessed the standard University Park Penn State Tuition and Technology Fee, an Education Abroad Administrative Fee, and an Education Abroad Program Fee.
This program offers the option to enroll in three, four, six, or seven, or seven-credits. The budget sheet on this page demonstrates the costs for the seven-credit option. For costs broken down for the other credit options, as they would appear on your bursar bill please refer to the following tables:
Billable Items by Credit Option for In-State Students
Billable Items by Credit Option for Out-of-State Students
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.
This Budget Sheet includes an estimate for meals in a homestay. Two meals per week day and most weekend meals are provided in a homestay. Students should budget at least $400 for meals in a homestay for one session and at least $800 for meals in a homestay for both sessions. No meals are provided in the shared apartments so students should budget at least $600 for one session or $1,200 for both sessions.