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Program Fee, Tuition, and Other Costs

(Please keep in mind that the program is 9 weeks in duration in a location quite distant from North America, entails extensive travel, and takes place in several expensive cities.)

Fees and estimated out-of-pocket expenses, 2012
 
Program fee:   $ 5,335*
Tuition Fee (In-State):   $ 1,880
Mandatory Georgia Tech "technology fee":   $ 100
    __________
Payment to Georgia Tech (in-state student):   $ 8,228
Out of State Resident (add $250):   $ 8,478

Additional projected expenses to the student
Atlanta East Asia Atlanta air fare:   $ 1,300
Food    63 days @ $20/day:   $ 1,260
Miscellaneous transportation and expenses
(40 days at $5 / day):
  $ 200
PRC and Taiwan visas:   $ 100
Books and Supplies:   $ 100
Subtotal estimated out-of-pocket expenses:   $ 2,960
     
 

* Exact program fee will vary depending on the number of people who enroll in the program.  The fee of $5,335 is based on an assumption of 14 students. With 15 students the feel will be $4,854, with 13 students, $5,891.  

Financial Aid is available for all Georgia Tech overseas programs.
For information please visit the Office of International Education website.

Non Atlanta-area students should also understand that they should, if at all possible, fly to Atlanta for several days intense days of class on the Georgia Tech campus starting on Saturday, 5 May, prior to the beginning of the East Asian component of the program.  The program director will assist these non-Atlanta-area students find very reasonable accommodation, but such students should understand that they will incur some additional expenses.




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