Programs : Budget Sheet
The following listing represents the Spring Budget Sheet for DIS - Study Abroad in Scandinavia.
Spring Budget Sheet for DIS - Study Abroad in Scandinavia
|Budget Item||Emory student|
|Emory Tuition (billed through Emory OPUS system) *||$24,345.00|
|Non-Refundable Application Fee (to be paid directly by student)||$75.00|
|Airfare (to be paid directly by student)||$1,500.00|
|Visa (to be paid directly by student)||$300.00|
|Books (to be paid directly by student)||$300.00|
|Personal Expenses (to be paid directly by student)||$3,000.00|
|Local Transportation (to be paid directly by student)||$300.00|
|Meals (to be paid directly by student)||$800.00|
|Non-academic Program Costs (to be paid directly by student to DIS)||$6,100.00|
|Since the students who are participating in the program will be fully enrolled at Emory and receive Emory credit, they will be charged regular Emory tuition for participation in the program. The tuition bill will come from Emory's Office of Student Financial Services during the normal billing cycle for the semester. Existing federal and Emory-based financial aid will be applied towards the total program costs. Please review the Emory Credit and Cost Policy.
The "billable subtotal" above lists the charges that will appear on the Emory OPUS bill. The "non-billable subtotal" above lists the additional estimated expenses. All costs are subject to change.
Students are responsible for paying a $500 deposit directly to DIS which is credited toward the non-academic program costs.
Emory will pay the DIS tuition directly to DIS. Students will pay the non-academic program costs directly to DIS. Additional estimated costs to be paid by the student include airfare, books, personal expenses, visa fee, and additional meals.
The DIS program fee (non-academic program costs above) include housing, a furnished room, local transportation between DIS and student housing, meals or partial food stipend, laundry facilities or allowance, airport pick-up, Arrival Workshop, international medical insurance, visa assistance, 24-hour emergency support, cultural and social events, and administrative costs.
Family housing includes food. Students choosing other DIS-arranged housing options will, while in Denmark, receive a food stipend in Danish Kroner. The stipend equals the following: Spring or Fall semester: US $600.
A $600 food stipend is provided towards all non-host family students’ grocery costs. Students typically report spending $250-$400/month in addition to the food stipend. For additional details see the DIS Housing section.
Students with a high level of financial need may qualify for a waiver of the $75 application fee and a deferment of the $300 deposit; students should contact their OISP advisor for details/eligibility. Students who receive the deposit deferment are held accountable to the same refund policy as those students who submit the deposit; you will be billed $300 if you withdraw from the program, in addition to any applicable withdrawal fees.
|* Billable item|