FSB Shanghai Internship. Photo collage: A group of students hold a Miami flag in front of the Shanghai Skyline, a view of a garden through latticework, three gold Buddahs in a temple, two students smiling, students at a business presentation, students at dinner, and circus performers.


1.  Academic tuition and fees are set by Miami University's Bursar Office.  2.  Non-academic program fees include housing, some meals, airport pick-up, visa processing, orientation, SIM card, 24/7 support.
(Students are responsible for medical insurance as required by Miami University and personal expenses).

Freeman Foundation Grant Support - Eligible students receive:

-$5,000 toward program cost (up to 20 students)

Fees Paid to Miami: $6,219.76 (In-State) $6,580.25 (Out-of-State)

Non-academic Fees: $5,500.00

Non-academic fees are due in three installments. Fees paid are not refundable after 01/30/2018

  1. $1000 deposit due 2 weeks after acceptance
  2. $1750 due 01/30/2018
  3. $2750 due 02/26/2018
  • Note:   Non-academic program fees must be paid in full. Grant recipients will receive the $5000 upon arrival in Shanghai.
  • The Freeman Foundation Grant will be deposited to student’s Bursar account.

Academic Fees

  • Non-refundable administrative fee: $175.00
  • In-State Fee: $544.76
  • Out-of-State Fee: $905.25
  • 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: $3,420.00

  • Airfare - $2,000.00
  • Non-program meals - $800.00
  • GeoBlue Insurance - $120.00
  • Souvenirs, free evenings - $500.00

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