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Semester Abroad Payment Policy

Endicott believes that study abroad is an extremely beneficial experience for students’ personal, academic and professional development.  As a result, we have developed a billing model to keep the cost of a semester abroad comparable to spending a semester on campus in Beverly.

Depending on our partner, the exchange rate, services provided and/or the cost of living of the destination, study abroad program fees vary significantly.  To keep things simple for Endicott students, we have developed a distinct billing model, where Endicott students will pay regular Endicott semester tuition, unless the program is more expensive. Students will also pay an international housing fee, and international meal fee (if applicable). All students pay the Endicott Study Abroad Fee of $300. If you plan on participating in an exchange program, such as National Chengchi University if Taiwan, Central Queensland University in Rockhampton, Australia, or American College of Greece in Athens, Greece, the model varies. Please contact The Office of International Programs about the financial model for these programs.

Sample Financial Worksheet for a Semester Abroad (Branch Campuses, Direct Schools and Affiliate Programs)  

Semester Study Abroad Programs           

Examples: CIS Madrid, ICMS Sydney, Florence University of the Arts, and all Affiliate Programs

Tuition    

$14,213 (unless tuition for Host Institution is higher)

International Housing Fee

$5297

International Board Fees

Depending on the meals provided on your study abroad program, students will be charged for full, half or no board. This is determined by your program.

Full: $2,091

Half: $1,046

None: $0

Endicott Study Abroad Fee

This fee includes mainttenance of full time student status  at Endicott, seamless credit transfer and grade articulation, financial aid processing, EC support and services, and international travel insurance

 $300

Program Specific Fees

Some programs have additional activity, excursion, insurance, and course fees. Special insurance coverage is often a requirement of the federal government in the country where you will study and cannot be waived even though you carry coverage from home.

Sample Financial Worksheet for an Semester Abroad (Exchange Programs)

Semester Study Abroad Programs

Examples: NCCU in Taiwan, CQUniversity in Rockhampton, Australia, or American College of Greece in Athens, Greece
Tuition    

$14,293

 

Housing    

Host institution / program housing costs (some fees include meals)     

Endicott Study Abroad Fee

This fee includes mainttenance of full time student status  at Endicott, seamless credit transfer and grade articulation, financial aid processing, EC support and services, and international travel insurance

 $300
Program Specific Fees Some programs have additional activity, excursion, insurance, and course fees. Special insurance coverage is often a requirement of the federal government in the country where you will study and cannot be waived even though you carry coverage from home.

Additional Student Costs to Consider 

 
International Airfare $600-$2000 (depending on destination)
Personal Expenses Varies depending on destination and students' spending habits             
Books $200-$800
Immigration Fees     $0-$500

 

Financial Aid & Scholarships                                  

 

All loans and non-institutional financial aid, including federal and state                                                     

Travels with the student unless a restriction is stipulated by the provider 

 

Endicott Merit and Need Based Aid 

 

All aid travels with the student, expect work study.

 

 

Special Endicott Study Abroad Scholarships

 

$3000 Endicott's Sponsored Madrid Scholarship for all students studying at CIS Madrid regardless of financial need

$5000 Les Roches Study Abroad Scholarship, awarded to two students studying at Les Roches International School of Hotel Management each semester

 

 

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