FSB Europe. Photo collage: A red phone box outside of a Cathedral in England. A group of students in a tower. A group of students against the backdrop of a european town. An ornately carved tower. A village at the foothills of a mountain.


Academic tuition and fees are set by Miami University's Bursar Office. Non-academic program fee includes housing accommodations, some meals, airport greeting and transfer, field trips, entrance fees and excursions.  (Students are responsible for flight to Europe and back, medical insurance as required by Miami University and personal expenses, as noted below.)

Please Note: Students are responsible for medical insurance as required by Miami University and personal expenses, as noted below

Fees Paid to Miami: $7,170.20 (In-State) $9,492.80 (Out-of-State)

Non-academic Fees: $3,700.00

  • Ground Transportation - $800.00
  • Housing - $2,200.00
  • Meals - $200.00
  • Field Trips - $500.00

Non-academic fees are due in two installments. Fees paid are not refundable after 01/04/2019

  1. $2000 deposit due 2 weeks after acceptance
  2. $1700 due 02/15/2019

Academic Fees

  • Non-refundable administrative fee: $175.00
  • In-State Fee: $3,295.20
  • Out-of-State Fee: $5,617.80
  • Tuition rates are subject to change by the University.  Tuition will be billed through the bursar about a month prior to program start date.

Personal Fees: $4,936.00

  • Flight to Rome and return from Barcelona - $1,500
  • Books, reading material - $300
  • GeoBlue Insurance - $96
  • Souvenirs, free evenings and weekends - $1,600
  • Meals - $1,440

Expenses will vary according to level of personal spending. This expense will include personal shopping and other personal spending/expenses. We strongly recommend that you plan to take enough money in order to enjoy your experience comfortably. In addition, an emergency source of funds, such as a credit card, should be arranged for in case of difficulties