Around the World 2014 Costs
Cost: $11,550 for EMU students, $11,995 for non-EMU
*This price does not include round-trip airfare or tuition and fees. If there are significant changes in costs beyond the control of Academic Programs Abroad, we may require a surcharge (e.g. rises in the cost of fuel, sharp changes in currency exchange rates). We will, however, do our utmost to keep the cost as advertised. **The cost for currently enrolled EMU students reflects a $500 Academic Programs Abroad Award applied directly to the program fee.
•All air, rail, ferry and bus transportation between cities from Salisbury to Beijing.
•All visas needed for the program.
•Field trips and excursions by train, chartered bus or boat.
•Tickets to all musical events, theater productions or cultural performances arranged by the program.
•Entrance tickets to museums and sites visited by the program.
•International Student Identity Card
•CMI Health Insurance
•Room based on multiple occupancy.
•Couchettes when possible on overnight trains.
•Breakfasts (mostly continental).
•Hotel service charges and local taxes.
Does not include:
•Tuition for twelve undergraduate credit hours.*
•Round-trip air transportation to and from the U.S.
•Most meals other than breakfasts.
•Street car, bus or subway fares within cities to concerts, museums, etc.
•Passports, textbooks, laundry, independent travel and expenses of a purely personal nature.
Estimated Additional Costs
The estimated costs above the program fee are based on previous participant's average expenses reflecting a conservative budget and do not include airfare to London return home from Beijing, China, the purchase of beverages or gifts and souvenirs, nor do they take into account the life-style of the individual student or changes in foreign currency exchange rates. Students will be advised on discount round-trip airfare after acceptance.
All program students pay in-State EMU tuition and fees, at the rate posted by the Regents of the University. Tuition and fees are billed separately from the program cost. Students on the Around the World in 80 Days Cultural History Program will receive separate tuition bills for six credit hours on the European portion of the program and six credit hours on the Asian portion of the program. Please click tuition link to calculate costs for the twelve in-State undergraduate credits. For more billing information, view program application instructions.
Students accepted into a Cultural History Program will receive ISIC cards and information about finding discount student air travel flights. To preview average roundtrip air costs, visit a search engine. Students should not purchase a flight until advised to do so by the Office of Academic Programs Abroad.
No refunds will be made for meals, accommodations, cultural events or other regularly scheduled activities missed by program participants.