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Costs & Expenses by Program

The Study Abroad Office is planning and recruiting for the 2021 faculty-led summer programs. With COVID-19 still being a concern, the University will follow the guidance of the State of Louisiana and the CDC regarding international travel. The health and safety of our students and faculty remains our top priority.

Initial Deadline - December 15th

Final Deadline - January 27th

Study Abroad is a special program within the University of Louisiana at Lafayette; therefore tuition exemptions do not apply. Military benefits vary based on status. Please contact the Study Abroad Office for more information.

COSTA RICA – May 16 – 26, 2021

  • Program cost is $2595, plus University fees of $135, totaling $2730.
  • Program cost includes: tuition for 3 credit hours, lodging in double or triple accommodations, medical insurance, 10 breakfasts, 9 lunches, and 3 dinners and weather permitting a day excursion to Poas Volcano and La Paz Waterfall Gardens.
  • Airfare is not included and must be purchased by the student. The University will not reimburse students for airfare, so it is strongly advised that they purchase trip cancelation insurance in the event of an emergency. 
  • All applications after the initial deadline will include an additional $100 late fee.
  • All applications after the final deadline will be considered on a case-by-case basis with an additional $100 late fee.
  • FULL payment due March 1st, first payment due February 15th.
  • Costs do not include such items as: airfare to and from Costa Rica, passport fees, laundry, telephone and internet costs, lodging and transportation while traveling on your own, meals other than those specified, and items of a personal nature.

LONDON, ENGLAND – May 10 – 13, 2021 (Lafayette) & May 16 – May 30, 2021 (England)

  • Program cost is $3999, plus University fees of $230, totaling $4229.
  • Program costs include: tuition for 6 credit hours, lodging and breakfast at a London hotel, medical insurance, museums, entrance fees, field trips, public transportation passes and complimentary wireless for student laptops.
  • All applications after the initial deadline will include an additional $100 late fee.
  • All applications after the final deadline will be considered on a case-by-case basis with an additional $100 late fee.
  • FULL payment due April 15th, first and second payments due February 15th and March 15th.
  • Costs do not include such items as: airfare to and from England, passport fees, laundry and telephone costs, public access to the internet, lodging and transportation while traveling on your own, meals other than those specified, and items of a personal nature.
  • Round trip airfare on the group flight which includes transportation to and from the airport, will be available at a later date. Students will be responsible for any additional government imposed taxes, security charges or fuel surcharges on the airline ticket, if imposed by the airlines. Typically, this has rarely occurred but each person is liable for any increase.
  • Students have the option to fly on their own and not fly with the group. Should students choose to fly on their own, it is strongly advised that they purchase trip cancelation insurance for an emergency because the University will not reimburse students for airfare.

PARIS, FRANCE – May 16 – June 28, 2021

  • Program cost is $5999, plus University fees of $325, totaling $6324.
  • Program costs include: tuition for 9 credit hours, lodging, medical insurance, museums, entrance fees, field trips, and public transportation passes.
  • All applications after the initial deadline will include an additional $100 late fee.
  • All applications after the registration deadline will be considered on a case-by-case basis with an additional $100 late fee.
  • FULL payment due April 15th, first and second payments due February 15th and March 15th.
  • Costs do not include such items as: airfare to and from France, passport fees, Eurail pass, laundry, telephone and internet costs, lodging and transportation while traveling on your own, meals other than those specified, and items of a personal nature.
  • Round trip airfare on the group flight which includes transportation to and from the airport, will be available at a later date. Students will be responsible for any additional government imposed taxes, security charges or fuel surcharges on the airline ticket, if imposed by the airlines. Typically, this has rarely occurred but each person is liable for any increase.
  • Students have the option to fly on their own and not fly with the group. Should students choose to fly on their own, it is strongly advised that they purchase trip cancelation insurance for an emergency because the University will not reimburse students for airfare.

FLORENCE, ITALY – May 16 – June 27, 2021

  • Program cost is $5999, plus University fees of $325, totaling $6324.
  • Program costs include: tuition for 9 credit hours, lodging, medical insurance, museums and entrance fees, guided tours and field trips, including a 3-day excursion in Rome.
  • All applications after the initial deadline will include an additional $100 late fee.
  • All applications after the final deadline will be considered on a case-by-case basis with an additional $100 late fee.
  • FULL payment due April 15th, first and second payments due February 15th and March 15th.
  • Costs do not include such items as: airfare to and from Italy, passport fees, Eurail pass, laundry, telephone and internet costs, lodging and transportation while traveling on your own, meals, and items of a personal nature.
  • Round trip airfare on the group flight which includes transportation to and from the airport, will be available at a later date. Students will be responsible for any additional government imposed taxes, security charges or fuel surcharges on the airline ticket, if imposed by the airlines. Typically, this has rarely occurred but each person is liable for any increase.
  • Students have the option to fly on their own and not fly with the group. Should students choose to fly on their own, it is strongly advised that they purchase trip cancelation insurance for an emergency because the University will not reimburse students for airfare.