Each study abroad program brochure page contains budget sheets with specific financial information based on the term of the program. To view a budget sheet, first search for the specific program (e.g. Spain, Seville: Liberal Arts [CIEE]). There are two ways to locate the budget sheets for the term you are interested in. You can click on the budget sheet link for the term at the top of the brochure page (as shown in the screen shot below).
You will notice that the Billable costs (noted with an asterisk above) are divided into 3 elements: Elon tuition, insurance, and the study abroad fee. The Elon tuition listed is the same that would be paid on campus that same semester, and is broken out to assure that any scholarships or other financial assistance applies to the term abroad. International Health Insurance is a health insurance policy which is further explained elsewhere on the International Health Insurance Page. The Study Abroad Fee is the difference between the cost of delivering the program abroad and the Elon tuition + insurance. Costs vary from program to program, as do the services provided. An example is shown below of the explanation of benefits of a given program.
It is very important that you read the notes section of the budget sheets for important information regarding the Billable and Non-billable costs listed.
Additional Information on Funding for Study Abroad (including information on scholarships) can be found on our Funding for Study Abroad website.