Tuition & Fees for Summer Semester 2021

Tuition: $4,000

Application Fee: $50 (Temple students exempted)

University Services Fees: $102-$170*

*Students registered for 2-4 credits pay $102 in university services fees. Students registered for 5 credits pay $170 in university services fees.

JD students from Temple and other U.S. law schools will be covered by Temple’s international health insurance policies.

Personal Expenses

Expense Category Budget
Airfare (estimated round trip cost) $350 – $1,000¹
Housing $500 – $2,500²
U.S. Passport (optional) $145
Supplies, meals, spending money, and personal expenses $1,200-$3,000³

Total Range (including tuition and program fees): $6,152 – $10,865

¹Airfare is estimated based on Philadelphia or east coast departure. Actual airfares may be higher for flights originating from the west coast and elsewhere.

²The housing estimate is based on a studio apartment for the duration of the program. Students are encouraged to explore sharing housing with other students in the program to reduce the cost.

³The above figures are estimates of major expenses that may be incurred in conjunction with your study abroad enrollment. They are based on the average spent in prior years and exchange rates. Actual expenses will vary according to spending habits and preferences as well as the exchange rate at the time you make your purchase or charge your credit card for expenses paid in Euros.

Financial Aid

Temple students enrolled in at least four credits may use student loans to cover all or part of the Rome summer program, including tuition and estimated living expenses, supplies, and round-trip travel. For more information, Temple students should contact the Law School Financial Aid Office in 101 Barrack Hall. Non-temple students should consult with their law school’s own financial aid office.

Housing

The cost of housing varies widely based on when you book, whether you share an apartment (or a bedroom), and in which neighborhood you rent. The closest Rome Metro stop to the campus is Flaminio.

However, most law students utilize Airbnb or Vrbo to obtain housing. There are also several nearby hotels, and Temple Rome often recommends the nearby Residence Prati and Residence Candia. Temple makes no representations or warranties concerning these websites and has no connection to them.

Please contact Ally Lamson with any questions or if you need assistance finding a roommate.