FSB at Sea Composite:  Female with Toucan bird on her shoulder, a group of students observing an Iguana,  a group of students walking in a tropical setting, two Toucan birds, banana plantation tour, bunches of bananas just harvested, and a tropical forest setting.

Fees

Tuition and fees are set by Miami University's Bursar Office. Non-academic program fees include accommodations, some meals, airport pick-up and transfer, guide, entrance fees and excursions.

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

Fees Paid to Miami: $6,251.06 (In-State) $8,493.14 (Out-of-State)

Non-academic Fees: $2,800

  • Cruise cabin, meals, fees, port expenses, internet, gratuities, insurance – $2,200
  • Ground Transportation - $100
  • Housing - $250
  • Meals - $130
  • Course Materials - $20

Non-academic fees are due in two installments. Fees paid are not refundable after August 10, 2018

  1. $1000 deposit due upon acceptance and no later than 8/10/2018
  2. $1800 due by 09/10/2018

Academic Fees

  • Non-refundable administrative fee: $175.00
  • In-State Fee: $3,276.06
  • Out-of-State Fee: $5,518.14
  • Tuition fees are based on 2017-18 rates. Tuition is subject to change by the University.  Tuition will be billed through the bursar about a month prior to program start date.

Personal Fees: $1,300

  • Airfare to Fort Lauderdale, Florida and back $500
  • Books, reading material - $300.00
  • GeoBlue Insurance - $30.00
  • Other spending money - $350
  • Other Meals - $120

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.