Tuition and Fees

Semester Cost Comparison (ESTIMATED)

  • Instructional, general, and service fee figures below are ESTIMATES for 2019-2020 based on information obtained from the Bursar.  Actual rates are released around mid-June each year. 
  • Travel and miscellaneous living expense amounts are ESTIMATES based on information provided by former students of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Please be aware of fluctuations in the dollar-Euro exchange rate.
  • Please visit Study Abroad if you have any questions concerning financial aid. Also, consult the Luxembourg Scholarships and Financial Aid Info on your online Application Homepage.
A. Appears on Bursar E-Bill
Item Luxembourg Oxford
Instructional & basic general fees '19-'20 (based on 2017 in-state cohort)1 7,053.60 7,053.60
Other general fees (matriculation, technology) 171.12 171.12
Oxford service fees (transit, facilities, Armstrong) 254.16
MU Residence Hall room & board
(double occupancy + basic meal plan)
-- 6,601.00
Room and continental breakfast with host family 1,835.00 --
Meal Plan (4 mid-day lunches per week in castle) 820.00 --
Required Study Tour with Professor2 1,800.00 --
Luxembourg Integration Program Fee 90.00 --
Luxembourg Student Activities Fee 85.00 --
Transportation Fee3 105.00 --
Study Abroad admin fee 125.00 --
Telecommunications package 185.00 --
Luxembourg Student Residency Permit 75.00 --
SUBTOTAL $12,344.72 $14,079.88

Charges in Section A are paid directly to the Miami Bursar for the semester(s) you attend the Luxembourg Campus.

1This amount reflects in-state tuition for the 2017 cohort; out-of-state students will pay out-of-state tuition, and you are encouraged to verify the tuition rate for your cohort.
2If field tour costs are less than estimated, the difference is credited to the student's account. if costs run over, an additional charge is accrued at the end of the semester. Study tour fee includes housing, entrances, activities, some meals, and transportation on site. It does not include transportation to the study tour location.
3The Jumbo Pass can be used for train and bus travel anywhere in the country of Luxembourg and is good for one year.

B. Other Required Fees
Item Luxembourg Oxford
GeoBlue (accidental & sickness) Insurance—required by Miami#,4 285.00 --
Oxford Health Insurance4 -- 687.00
Textbooks & supplies (average cost) 350.00 --
Dr exam in Luxembourg (required in Luxembourg for residency permit) 50.00 --
TB test in Luxembourg (required for residency permit) 25.00 --
SUBTOTAL $710.00 $687.00

#Not billed through Bursar; student will purchase on their own prior to departure.
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You must provide proof of purchase of the GeoBlue overseas accident and sickness coverage. Miami University has a contract with GeoBlue to provide not health insurance, but overseas accidental injury and illness insurance. It is supplemental to health insurance and would be used to cover not only non-routine hospitalization coverage, but can be used by the university to provide family member bedside visits or evacuations from locations should they be needed. GeoBlue takes responsibility for managing the care and the case and can provide a guarantee of payment to international providers, which does not leave the student or program director in a position to have to provide immediate out-of-pocket costs.

C. Estimated Variable Costs in Europe5
Item Luxembourg Oxford
Estimated round trip airfare. Fares and taxes vary. 1,400.00 --
Transportation to study tour 150.00 --
MUlaa6 200.00 --
Miscellaneous living expenses (includes other meals) 2,500.00 --
Weekend traveling (includes cultural activities & Discovery Tours)7
2,000.00 --
Local travel (Jumbo Pass pays for all Lux public transportation) 0.00 --
Vacation traveling ($500-700 week) 700.00 --
Oxford personal expenses 1,031.00
Oxford transportation 234.00
Oxford books & supplies 608.00
SUBTOTAL $6,950.00 $1,873.00

5Students tend to travel at a less expensive rate than the average tourist. These figures depend on the exchange rate and personal spending habits which can vary greatly. Students typically spend between $3,000-$7,000 in additional travel and personal expenses. Those students who travel the traditional student way (youth hostels, practical meal choices, few souvenirs) will have a low budget. Figure around 200 Euros per weekend (50 Euro for 2 nights in a youth hostel + meals + museums).
6MUlaa is a debit account available to all current faculty, staff, and students. It can be used for a wide variety of purchases. Everyone has a MUlaa account, all you need to do to use it is deposit money into the account. See Miami IDs for more information about MUlaa.
7While traveling is important, academics should be your number one priority. Attendance is required and exams are given in each course.

Estimated Totals
Item Luxembourg Oxford
TOTAL for OH residents (A+B+C) $20,004.72 $16,639.88
TOTAL for Non-Ohio Residents* $29,631.24 $26,266.40

*includes $9,626.52/semester non-resident surcharge