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Summer in Rome Tuition and Deposits
Rome Summer Budget
Tuition $3350Application Fee $50Program Fee $300 *Airfare (Round trip estimated) $1000-$1600 **Housing (Residence Medaglie d'Oro, per person) $1800 *** (approximately)U.S. Passport (expedited) $157International Student I.D. Card (optional) $25University Services Fees $66-$113 ****Books, meals, spending money, personal expenses $1700-$2700 *****Mandatory Insurance $60
Total Range: $8,508-$10,155
*Program fee includes field trips, mandatory Italian health insurance fees, activities and any course materials distributed overseas. Students must purchase most course materials (textbooks) in the U.S. prior to departure. Please refer to instructions for ordering required textbooks in this pre-departure manual.
** Airfares are estimated based on East Coast departure. Actual airfares may be higher for West Coast originating flights.
*** $1800 is the approximate amount for housing, and will be confirmed in October, 2012. Housing cost based on 1/3 share of total rent for a Residence apartment unit from May 27th to June 28th. This amount does not cover the housing cost for any student who checks in before May 27th or who remains after the Saturday, June 27th check out time. Self-arranged housing will vary by location and number of roommates, but students report being able to find suitable housing for less than the cost of the Residence.
**** Students registered for 1-4 credits pay $66 in university services fees Students registered for 5-8 credits pay $113 in university services fees
***** The above figures are estimates of major expenses which may be incurred in conjunction with your study abroad enrollment. They are based on the average spent in the past year and exchange rates. Actual expenses will vary according to spending habits and preferences as well as on the exchange rate at the time you make your purchase or charge your credit card for expenses paid in Euros.
Temple students enrolled for at least 4 credits may use student loans to cover all or part of the Rome summer program budget, including tuition and estimated living expenses, books and round-trip travel. For more information, please contact the Law School Financial Aid Office in 101 Barrack Hall.