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CIEE Rennes, France Program Budget

Posted on September 12, 2013

CIEE Rennes
Fall/Spring Semesters 2013-2014
The fees, charges, and expenses shown are estimates provided by the CIEE program and are based on current information.

Program Costs to be paid to Wheaton College:

  • Wheaton Tuition
  • Wheaton Housing
  • Wheaton Board

Students are not charged the technology, laundry, or the student activities fee while on a study abroad program. Fees will be billed to students on their regular Wheaton College student account during regular billing cycles (July for Fall semester & December for Spring semester).

Wheaton Confirmation Fee:
All students accepted to a study abroad program will be assessed a $500 non-refundable confirmation fee at the time of final confirmation of study abroad participation. CIEE may also require a confirmation deposit.

Program Includes

  • Tuition & Fees
  • Housing and Meals with homestay families
  • Airport Pick-up in Paris and transportation to Rennes
  • Three-day Paris Orientation
  • Round-trip airfare on group flight from Boston or New York to Paris

Other Expenses per semester: Students are responsible for the following additional expenses. These are estimates and may change depending on exchange rates, lifestyle, and other factors.

Passport Fees (first time U.S. applicant)

Visa Application via Campus France

Application Fee (paid online with application)

Required Study Abroad Insurance through CIEE
$120 (billed directly to student from CIEE)

Books & Academic Supplies (estimated)

Local Transportation (estimated)

Personal Expenses
$2,900+ (variable expense per lifestyle)

*Wheaton students do not pay the additional $340.00 administrative fee to CIEE for a School of Record. Wheaton is your School of Record.

Students are responsible for housing and board costs incurred during any scheduled university breaks during or between Semesters.

Program details are subject to change at the discretion of the Center for Global Education.

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