Studying abroad is an investment in your future, but sometimes you can’t do it alone. We want to help make your study abroad experience as affordable as possible. Here are some quick tips and resources to help you make sure you’re making the best decision based on your needs.
Tips for Finding a Study Abroad Program You Can Afford
- Determine how much you pay to attend your institution right now. Include costs like housing, meals, transportation, entertainment, administrative fees, and tuition.
- Consider choosing a study abroad program that costs about what you pay for school now. Here are some of ISEP’s most affordable programs!
- Create a budget (or budgets) for the study abroad program(s) you are considering.
- Identify how much more funding you will need (the difference between how much you pay now and how much studying abroad will).
- Determine what sources you will use for additional funding and the timeline you have to earn or source that funding. Pick a program that fits within your realistic budget.