Program Costs

Fall & Spring Program Costs | Summer Program Costs | Additional Costs

Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 Program Costs

 

Item

Amount

Paid to

 

Application Fee

$500  (no-refundable after students have been accepted)

OIE website, due at the time students apply

 

Transient Admission Fee

$75 Office of International Education See OIE instructions on their website for deadlines  

Resident Tuition

$334 per School Credit Hour (SCH) up to 14 SCH; For 15+  SCH:  $5,004

Current tuition rates are listed on the Bursar's website.

Bursar's Office - Due date: identical to the Atlanta Campus Deadlines  

Non-resident Tuition

$3,500 + $334 per School Credit Hour (SCH) up to 14 SCH; For 15+  SCH:  $8,504

Current tuition rates are listed on the Bursar's website.

Bursar's Office - Due date: identical to the Atlanta Campus Deadlines  

Housing & Program Fees*

Housing rates change in the Fall, therefore only Fall 2017 Program Fees are set: $3,870 -If there is an increase in the Spring, it is usuallly not in excess of  2% 

Bursar's Office - Due date: identical to the Atlanta Campus Tuition Deadlines  

Meals

$2300**  (This figure is an estimate on the high side, based on spending $8 per meal, three times a day. Note that the CROUS cafeteria offers a full lunch for under 5 euros)

pay as you go (no meal plan)  

Technology & Institutional Fees

$651 as set by the Bursar Bursar's Office - Due date: identical to the Atlanta Campus Deadlines  

 

*All Program Fees will be charged to the students' bursar accounts, and will be due on the same dates tuition are due, at the end of phase 2 of registration

Program Fees: Housing costs and the Georgia Tech-Lorraine Fees ( i.e Medical Insurance, student ISIC card, Administrative Fees). The Application Fee comes in addition to the Program Fees

**There is no meal plan. Students are responsible for their own meals. All dorm rooms in CROUS & Lafayette are equipped with a kitchenette (hotplates, small refrigerator and the Lafayette dorm also includes a microwave). 

*Students are also responsible for their own transportation and travel expenses during the semester. On average, students spend $200 per week to cover all these expenses

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Summer 2018 Program Costs will be available on October 1st 2017

 

Summer 2017 Program Costs 

 

Item Amount Paid to Due Date

Application Fee

$500 Bursar's Office At the time students apply

Technology & Institutional Fees

$651 Bursar's Office Identical to Atlanta Campus Deadlines

Resident Tuition

$327 per School Credit Hour (SCH). Students are not allowed to take less than 10 SCH nor more than 12 SCH

Bursar's Office Identical to Atlanta Campus Deadlines

Non-resident Tuition

$3,500 + $327 per School Credit Hour (SCH). Students are not allowed to take less than 10 SCH nor more than 12 SCH

http://www.bursar.gatech.edu/student/tuition/Spring_2017/sp17_pdf/sp17_sa.pdf

Bursar's office Identical to Atlanta Campus Deadlines

Program Fees*

 $4,410 maximum - exact amount will change based on the specific dorms students will be assigned to. More information regarding dorms will be provided by Catherine Bass, during the mandatory orientations. Bursar's Office Identical to Atlanta Campus Tuition Fee Deadlines

 

     

*This amount includes housing, the mandatory CISI insurance coverage from May 16th to August 5th, lunches on class days, field trips, and administrative and logistic program costs. The Application Fee comes in addition to the Program Fees

Students are responsible for the cost of all other meals (breakfast, dinner, weekend meals), and for all personal transportation and travel expenses during the semester. On average, students spend $200 per week to cover all these expenses

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Additional Program Costs

  • Airfare: approximately  $1,400 (highly variable)
  • Eurail Pass: Between $552-1,300 (may vary, see published prices for reference: http://www.eurail.com/eurail-passes/global-pass)
  • Passport: $110.00 application and processing fee (US Government). Expedited service: An additional $60
  • Visa Spring/Fall: $197.00 (ALL non-European students will need a visa)

Summer: US students do not need a visa for stays under 90 days, other students may or may not need a visa (check with Maleia Lewis)

The Schengen visa required by some non-US citizens will be free (subject to change)

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