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Semester in London (Fall and Spring)

Tuition and fees for the Semester in London include full-time university tuition based on residency, room, board, and a supplemental program fee.  This combination of fees will cover full-time enrollment in classes, housing, board (most meals), excursion lodging and transportation, admissions and entry fees, books, and other program activities while abroad. 

Tuition and Room & Board: For updated tuition and room & board amounts, please see the University Business Office chart for the correct breakdown based on residency.

Supplemental program fee: $5,500

 

Semester in London (Summer)

Tuition and fees for the Semester in London include university tuition for the required number of credit hours (13 credits) based on residency and a supplemental program fee. This combination of fees will cover full-time enrollment in classes, housing, board (most meals), excursion lodging and transportation, admissions and entry fees, books, and other program activities while abroad. 

Tuition: For updated tuition for summer terms, please see the University Business Office chart for the correct breakdown based on residency.

Supplemental program fee: $5,400

 

Additional Course Costs

Students may enroll in the required number of credit hours from the list of courses for which activities, admissions and transportation costs are included at no additional charge. Additional fees apply to the Semester in London internship course; students will be billed based on course enrollment in MyMadison. See fees below.

Course

Description

Fee

IDLS 486

Perspective on Experiential Learning Abroad (3 cr)

$600

IDLS 486

Perspective on Experiential Learning Abroad (6 cr)

$600

Important Notes
  • Study Abroad program fees are subject to change due to exchange rate fluctuation.
  • For additional explanation of fees, see our expanded tuition and fees page.
  • Before committing to the program, be sure to consult our deposit and cancellation policies related to fee structure. 


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