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Programs : Budget Sheet

The following listing represents the Spring Budget Sheet for National Student Exchange.
 

Spring Budget Sheet for National Student Exchange
Spring Budget Sheet for National Student Exchange
Budget Item In-State Out-of-State
Tuition *   $3,913.00 $7,699.00
Billable subtotal:  $3,913.00 $7,699.00
Accommodation   $4,100.00 $4,100.00
Airfare   $650.00 $650.00
Miscellaneous Expenses (in-country transportation, meals, academic materials, etc.)   $3,000.00 $3,000.00
NSE application fee   $330.00 $330.00
Non-billable subtotal:  $8,080.00 $8,080.00
Total: $11,993.00 $15,779.00
Notes:
Participating students will be enrolled in 12 placeholder credits and pay UW-Green Bay tuition and administrative fees as a full-time student. Other fees associated with the program (airfare, room and board, textbooks, travel expenses, insurance, etc.) are paid directly by the student to the host university.

Some universities require fees to be paid upon acceptance, check the NSE website for your placement school for details or contact your host university coordinator. 

Students traveling to Canada are required to have a passport and possibly a visa, which have additional fees. 

Students studying outside the continental U.S. are highly encouraged to purchase additional travel/medical insurance from the OIE at $35/month and participate in a large group orientation meeting.  Please contact the NSE advisor for details on how to register. 

All costs listed are approximate expenses and reflect AVERAGE costs.  Since there are many universities to choose from, please note that accommodation rates, cost of living, and airfare vary around the country as well as in Canada and U.S. territories.  You can find a more accurate estimate of costs on your campus profile page on the NSE website. 

Airfare
(**cost above does not include average airfare to Guam.  Current airfare to Guam from Green Bay is estimated at $2,500 round-trip).

To check for average airfare costs, enter your desired location and tentative dates on this site: www.kayak.com

Tuition and insurance rates are established by UW-System in July and subject to change.  Financial aid can apply, students need to work with the Financial Aid office for options. Students applying to Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, or the Virgin Islands can apply for the WITCO Travel Grant (on the Grants & Scholarships website).

As a comparison, the average 2017-2018 cost for a semester at UWGB for a Wisconsin resident is approximately $9,700.  This cost includes tuition, books and supplies, food, housing, and some personal expenses. Updates to this information can be found here: http://www.uwgb.edu/financial-aid/cost/estimated.asp 

*UW-Green Bay estimates overseas travel and miscellaneous expenses in the currencies of the countries in which students study.  Fluctuations in the value of the U.S. dollar may impact the final program cost estimate. Due to fluctuations in exchange rates and airline prices, the Office of International Education reserves the right to cancel, surcharge, or alter the itinerary and budget of the program.  
* Billable item