Study Abroad Financial Information
For approved semester programs, students pay tuition to Berry. Berry will then pay tuition to the institution abroad.
In the rare case that the institution abroad has a higher tuition than Berry, students are responsible for paying the difference.
Students pay the following additional fees:
- $300 deposit toward study abroad semester tuition, when feasible
- program application fees and any deposits
- postage for any applications or mailings
- program housing and meals
- insurance (if program does not include insurance, students are required to purchase a policy from
iNext Insurance through the IP Office). Click here for
iNext enrollment form.
- airfare and other transport
- books, materials fees and personal expenses
- passport, visa, residence card or other immigration fees
- any other required program fees
Students participating in
ISEP exchange programs pay Berry tuition and Berry standard room and unlimited meal plan fees, among others; Berry will cover the application fee for exchanges only.
Students may use their Berry financial aid for one experience of Education Abroad on a direct/paid program. This includes tuition remission. For a second experience, students must apply to an ISEP or other exchange program, or they may apply as a transient and pay costs out of pocket. Students may also study an entire academic year abroad on an exchange program.
Normally, academic aid applies to study abroad semester programs; however, it is the student's responsibility to confirm with Financial Aid which of their awards may be applied to study abroad.
International Programs has study abroad scholarships available for summer and semester terms abroad. The scholarship competition is held at the beginning of each spring semester for the following entire academic year.
Students wishing to participate in a non-approved program may do so in one of two ways. First, they may register as
transient and pay the program directly. There is no access to Berry institutional aid for studying abroad as a transient student. Or students may petition the International Programs Committee to approve a new program. Contact the
IP Director for more information.
Other Financial Resources:
Financial Aid for Study Abroad: An Undergraduate Student’s Resource
Check out these
tips for studying abroad economically!
handout on fundraising.
ISA's list of
Financial Aid Resources
money from the Center for Global Education
International Programs Scholarships
IP awards Berry College scholarships for semester and summer study. Deadline early spring. See our
Scholarship Competition information.
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, Berry deadline for spring and early summer 2016: September 21, 2015; Berry deadline for summer and fall 2016: February 15, 2016
Boren Awards for International Study Berry deadline: January 21, 2016
Phi Kappa Phi scholarship (membership not required) Deadline: usually April 1
Foundation for Global Scholars - deadline November 20, 2015 for programs with start dates between January 1-June 30, 2016 (inclusive)
Fund for Education Abroad Deadline for the 2015-2016 academic year has passed; check back for summer '16, fall'16 and spring '17 deadline
The Sara's Wish Scholarship Foundation
Fund for International Service Learning
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
65 Study Abroad Grants and Scholarships
BUTEX scholarships for semester study at
UK member universities; applications now being accepted for 2016-2017 (deadline 15 June 2016)
Benjamin Franklin Travel Grant for students double majoring with French
Georgia Rotary Student Scholarship to Oslo, Norway. Deadline: December 31, 2015
here for more information. Note this program is not administered by Berry College.
Search for other scholarships:
Michigan State University scholarship resource page
International Education Financial Aid website - iefa.org