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Programs : Budget Sheet
The following listing represents the January Budget Sheet for January Term: UVA in Honduras: Public Health and Cancer Prevention on Roatán Island .

January Budget Sheet for January Term: UVA in Honduras: Public Health and Cancer Prevention on Roatán Island

Budget Item In-State Out-of-State
Tuition *   $1,116.00 $1,437.00
Program Fees *   $1,741.00 $1,741.00
Non-Refundable Program Fee *   $500.00 $500.00
Airfare- Billable by UVa *   $863.00 $863.00
Billable subtotal:  $4,220.00 $4,541.00
Meals   $50.00 $50.00
Personal expenses   $25.00 $25.00
Other   $165.00 $165.00
Non-billable subtotal:  $240.00 $240.00
Total: $4,460.00 $4,781.00
Notes:
Costs listed above are for January 2019 

Withdrawal & Refund
Students are responsible for study abroad tuition and program fees once they have committed to attending a program. Please refer to the Withdrawal and Refund policy before committing to your program. Once you have committed, you will be subject to the policies found at http://educationabroad.virginia.edu/forms-policies. In some cases, there will be no refund available.

Payment
 
For January Term programs, the following schedule applies:
   
Billable Fees* include:
 
  • Tuition for courses described in brochure
  • Double/Triple Occupancy in hotels including daily breakfasts
  • Lunches and Dinners while on site
  • Ground Transportation during field trips
  • Round-trip flight between Dulles and Roatan (group flight required for participation)
  • Program T-shirt
  • Health and Emergency Assistance Insurance through CISIThe ISO will enroll students in the insurance policy for program dates
Note regarding group meals: 
Every effort will be made to accommodate dietary restrictions during group meals; however, all countries have distinct cuisines along with food preparation techniques, and it is not always possible to address specific food concerns and meet needs.   Program participants are responsible for ensuring their needs can be met for their chosen program itinerary.

 
Non-Billable, Estimated Expenses:
  • Airport transfers (transfers between your home and/or hotel and airports)
  • International phone Service
  • Immunizations for Honduras
  • Laundry
 
Non-billable items posted above are estimates and will differ for each individual depending on their personal needs, course requirements, and personal choices.  Fluctuations in international currency will affect total expenditures. 
  • Estimated cost of Non-billable meals refers to meals purchased while traveling to and returning from Honduras. 
  • The non-billable category Other is the estimated cost of anti-malarial prescriptions.   
 
Other Considerations: Some possible costs are not included in this budget, may not be applicable to all students, and will differ by individual if applicable. These may include but are not limited to:
 
  • Personal travel beyond the scope of the program,
  • Additional Immunizations for the area of travel,
  • Additional visa fees (non-US citizens) – Visa fees and regulations are subject to change
  • Passport fees
  • Health and emergency coverage with CISI beyond the program dates
 
Trip Insurance: The ISO recommends that travelers consider trip insurance that can be tapped in the event travel to or from the
education abroad destination is interrupted or in the event itinerary changes become necessary.
 
 *The University of Virginia reserves the right to adjust all program charges, without prior notification, for increases associated with but not limited to, the cost of instruction, foreign exchange rates, and Board of Visitors changes to tuition and fees.

In addition, the University of Virginia reserves the right to alter or cancel this education abroad program in the event of an emergency, changes in operating conditions, or under-enrollment.

 

 

* Billable item