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Programs : Budget Sheet

The following listing represents the Summer Budget Sheet for Dayton Faculty-led: German Language Immersion (Berlin).

Summer Budget Sheet for Dayton Faculty-led: German Language Immersion (Berlin)
Summer Budget Sheet for Dayton Faculty-led: German Language Immersion (Berlin)
Budget Item UD Students
Tuition Credits *   $4,830.00
Program Fee *   $0.00
Billable subtotal:  $4,830.00
Application Fee   $50.00
Estimated Airfare   $1,300.00
Estimated Local Transportation   $100.00
Estimated Meals/Personal Expenses/Misc.   $750.00
Passport   $145.00
Non-billable subtotal:  $2,345.00
Total: $7,175.00
The tuition amount listed above is for the 3 credit (2-week) program option. The tuition for the 6 credit (4-week) option is $9,660. Students could also anticipate needing an additional $500 for the "Estimated Meals/Personal Expenses/Misc." amount listed above, if doing the 4-week option.
Billable items will be posted to your student account in early May and you will receive your bill in the same manner as you do for semester courses (either through your account online or mailed to you).
Billable program costs cover your tuition, all accommodations during the program, a limited number of meals, and program site visits/excursions.
Non-billable items will not be posted to your student account. As noted above, this is an estimated amount. You will need to cover your international airfare, most meals, local ground transportation, books, passport and visa fees (if applicable), a phone that works while abroad, and spending money.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Students are encouraged to visit the Flyer Student Services Office to discuss financial aid for study abroad.
A list of University of Dayton scholarships for study abroad can be found here.

Refund and Withdrawal Policy for Faculty-Led Programs

The costs associated with University of Dayton faculty-led programs include, but are not limited to excursions and field trips, accommodations, a limited number of meals, and ground transportation. All costs are collectively negotiated for the purpose of reducing expenses, and most are paid in advance for all participants.  For that reason, the University sets and enforces strict refund and withdrawal policies.   Make sure you understand the following consequences of withdrawing from a faculty-led program.
  • Students may only withdraw from a program by submitting the withdrawal notice in writing (email) to the Office of Education Abroad. These email notifications must be sent to Kelly Brannan Trail at or Erin Gahimer at 
  • Withdrawal circumstances beyond the applicant’s control may exempt the student from fee liabilities upon approval from the Office of Education Abroad.
  • A telephone call or in person office visit is NOT an acceptable method for a withdrawing from a program.
  • Students placed on probation after applying for study abroad, or dismissed from the University will be withdrawn from the program automatically. However, this withdraw will not occur until we are informed of the disciplinary sanction by the Office of Community Standards and Civility, which may be several weeks after the disciplinary sanction is rendered. Thus, students are encouraged to proactively notify the Office of Education Abroad if they are put on probation or dismissed from the university. Students withdrawn for disciplinary reasons are subject to the financial obligations schedule as of the date that the Office of Education Abroad withdraws their application. (See schedule below).
  • If a program is cancelled by the University for any reason at any date then affected students will not be subject to any financial withdrawal penalties.
  • Questions? Contact Kelly Brannan Trail at or 937-229-3596.
Students who withdraw are liable for the following costs:
  • $50 Application fee: Non-refundable regardless of date and/or reason for withdrawal.
  • $200 Deposit: Non-refundable
  • Tuition: The Office of Education Abroad follows the university tuition refund policy. Visit for the refund policy. Programs that are 3 weeks in length or longer follow the Summer Session I and II withdraw/refund schedule. Programs that are fewer than 3 weeks in length, follow a tuition refund schedule in which the student receives a refund of 30% if they withdraw in the first half of their program and they receive a refund of 0% if they withdraw at any point after the half-way point of their program.
  • If the student withdraws after the start of the program, based on the written withdrawal request, the Office of Education Abroad will drop the student from the course(s) through the Registrar’s office. If the student withdraws before the start of the program, he/she should notify the Office of Education to inquire about next steps.
  • Withdrawal from language courses offered for transfer credit are also subject to standard tuition refund policies.
Additional Financial Obligations
Because the University makes several non-refundable payments on behalf of students, the following charges will be added to the student’s account based on the date at which they withdraw from the program:
  • Withdraw April 15 or later: $2200 charged
  • Withdraw April 1 - April 14: $1650 charged
  • Withdraw March 15 - 31: $1100 charged
  • Withdraw March 1 - 14: $550 charged
  • Withdraw prior to March 1: $200 non-refundable deposit is retained.

These charges will be added to the student’s account, minus the $200 deposit already received.
* Billable item