Programs : Budget Sheet
The following listing represents the Summer Budget Sheet for Columbia Summer in Italy: Archaeological Fieldwork.
Summer Budget Sheet for Columbia Summer in Italy: Archaeological Fieldwork
|Budget Item||Columbia Students||Non-Columbia Students||Barnard College|
|Document (transcript) Fee *||$0.00||$105.00||$0.00|
|Books and Course Materials||$200.00||$200.00||$200.00|
|The above budget sheet is for Summer 2017.
Tuition and fees are subject to approval by The Trustees of Columbia University and may change.
BILLABLE fees will be billed by Columbia or as noted.
Tuition: The program invoice will be sent via e-bill on May 30, 2017 and will be due on June 15, 2017. It covers tuition, housing, course excursions, meals Monday-Friday, course-related local transportation and cultural activities. It does not cover weekend meals and snacks, airfare, visa fees, medical insurance, course materials, personal travel, and personal expenses.
Housing: All students are required to live in program-arranged housing. Housing is included in the tuition that will be charged to all students on their Columbia e-bill.
Document (transcript) Fee: This one-time fee is charged to new students. This fee will be included on your e-bill. Barnard students might be charged this fee if they haven’t taken a course at Columbia.
NON-BILLABLE expenses are not billed by Columbia. The estimated figures in this section provide a basis for students to determine their individual budgets for expenses related to their time overseas for the duration of the program. The above estimate is an average of what students say they actually spend. These expenses are NOT paid to the program.
Meals: All meals Monday through Friday are included in the program fee. Snacks and weekend meals are the responsibility of the students. The cost for meals and food will vary widely depending on individual spending habits.It is required that you maintain a health insurance policy that will also provide coverage outside the U.S. for routine, urgent and emergent care. This cost is not included in the chart above.
Local Transportation: Transportation required for the program activities is included.
Visa: U.S. citizens are part of the short-term visa exemption agreement which is students may enter Italy for academic purposes, for periods up to ninety days, without the corresponding student visa. EU citizens do not need a visa to study in Italy. If you are unsure if your country of nationality is part of a visa exemption program, please contact the Office of Global Programs.
Books and course supplies: These expenses can include dig tools and clothing, books/photocopies, etc.
Cellphone: All students are required have a working cell phone capable of making and receiving both local and international calls throughout the duration of the program.
Airfare: Estimated cost of a round trip airfare from NYC to Rome. Students are responsible for making their own travel arrangements from their preferred departure city to Rome.
Personal Expenses: Personal expenses are highly variable based on each person's spending habits. They may include entertainment and personal travel.
|* Billable item|