Programs : Budget Sheet
The following listing represents the Spring Budget Sheet for *U of A Exchange: Aarhus University.
Spring Budget Sheet for *U of A Exchange: Aarhus University
|Budget Item||U of A Applicant|
|U of A Tuition *||$5,401.05|
|Study Abroad Fee *||$200.00|
|Program Application Fee||$0.00|
|Books and Supplies||$200.00|
|Tuition: This figure assumes 15 hrs of in-state Engineering tuition- use the Treasurer's tuition estimator to view estimates for other colleges/scenarios. Student exchange agreements between the U of A and foreign institutions stipulate that outbound U of A students pay for 15 hours of U of A tuition & on campus fees during their term abroad. Students are charged according to their major/college tuition rates. Students enroll in courses at a foreign institution.
Lodging: Students studying abroad through Exchange partner schools will be largely independent during their semester abroad. Students are solely responsible for obtaining housing and are liable for 100% of housing expenses. Exchange institions provide on-campus housing, or references for students to secure hosuing through recommended student coops, homestay families, or other private options. Availability varies by destination, but students can always refer to recommendations provided by the host institution.
Health Insurance: International Health Insurance is required to obtain a student visa and enroll in academic programs in this country. This figure assumes 5 months of coverage from the University of Arkansas provider, Cultural Insurance (CISI). Instructions to enroll in this coverage will be included in materials after students are accepted.
Visa: This cost includes the actual residence permit expenses (about $500) and travel for a required in-person appointment (usually in Houston, TX) to obtain biometric screening for the Danish Residence Permit.
Passport: $140 is the approximate total cost of a new passport. Immigration requirements for most study abroad destinations require that a student's passport be valid for at least 6 months AFTER the conclusion of their study abroad program.
Airfare: Students are responsible for making their own travel arrangements and prices may vary depending on travel seasons, departure airports and other special circumstances.
Meals: This budget assumes a $150/week budget for food. Depending on the student's housing choices and personal habits, this can be highly variable
Books: Books, supplies & supplemental course fees can vary widely by academic program and destination.
Personal Expenses: Personal spending habits vary greatly. Students should budget for personal travel and actitivities, laundry and toiletry items, and other necessities.
Immunizations: The Office of Study Abroad recommends all students to the Pat Walker Health Center Immunization & Travel Clinic. Students can review travel recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, and confirm that they are up-to-date on all required or recommended vaccinations. Contact the Travel Clinic at 479-575-7723.
|* Billable item|