International Programs

Paying for Your Trip

  1. Choosing an International Study Opportunity
  2. Registering for Your Experience
  3. Paying for Your Experience
  4. Programs
  5. FAQs
  6. Contact Us

As you’re choosing your Study Abroad experience, be sure to make note of the costs. Most semester trips are comparable in costs to a semester on campus, but some will be more expensive. Airfare is not included in the pricing. Check out your program’s website thoroughly to find out what is covered in the program fees. Some locations will require that you consider the cost of local transportation to and from class.

Students who participate in any Cedarville Study Abroad program will remain enrolled at Cedarville. Except for the JUC program, As an enrolled student, all current financial aid applies to the cost of the program (this does not apply to the Jerusalem University College experience). You are responsible for the application fee and program deposit. The rest will be invoiced to Cedarville.

The rest will be invoiced to your Cedarville student account.

Make sure that all paperwork for your FAFSA is complete.

Approximate Costs for a Study Abroad Trip:

  • Semester Tuition – $15,035 (2018-19)
  • Airfare (approximate) – $800–$1,300
  • Cedarville Administrative Fee – $550 and $150 for faculty-led programs
  • Spending money – Varies
  • Total –$16,385–$16,885 plus spending money

Financial Aid

You may pursue the following funding options; access the link for more information and how to apply.

  • Modern Languages Study Abroad Scholarship – The Modern Languages Study Abroad Scholarship is Cedarville-specific endowed scholarship offered to students  who plan to study European or critical languages during their semester of study abroad.
  • Alumni Spanish Majors Scholarship – The Alumni Spanish Majors Scholarship is for Spanish majors at Cedarville, with preference given to students who have been accepted for a semester or summer study abroad trip.
  • Benjamin A. Gilman Need-Based Scholarship – The Benjamin A. Gilman is a scholarship sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State.
  • Institute of International Education –The Institute of International Education has a comprehensive resource for study abroad funding.