EXPENSES FOR GSP AT YALE*

 

2012 Application Fee: $55 (Waived for IARU partners)

 

2012 Per Course Tuition Fee: USD 3,150 (half tuition waived for two students from each IARU institution. Students will pay $1,575)

 

2012 Accommodation: USD 2,994 (scholarships for half of the room and board costs will be awarded to two students from each IARU institution. Students will pay $1,497 for six weeks)

 

2012 SEVIS Fee: $200 (for those international students who need a visa to come to the United States. Students studying in the United States need to attend on an F-1 student visa)

 

2012 Health Insurance Fee: $175 (For six weeks. Required for all internation students attending Yale)

 

2012 Estimated Program Total for IARU partner students: $3,447 (this does not include airfare, personal spending money, etc.)

 

*The 2012 program costs are subject to change

 

 

FUNDING

 

For Yale Students studying abroad

For students on financial aid ISA funding is available for GSP courses four or more weeks long. The GSP courses at Yale University are not eligible for the ISA.

 

As part of their social responsibility program, Banco Sanatander is partnering with IARU to award scholarships to outstanding students attending the IARU Global Summer Program. All students may apply. There are nine US$2,000 and two US$1,000 scholarships available for successful Yale students. These scholarships will also be made available in 2013 and 2014. You may apply for these scholarships through www.iaruni.org/gsp/apply when the next cycle of GSP applications begin.

 

More information: IARU-Santander Global Summer Program Scholarship

 

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For Yale Students studying in New Haven

Two Yale students will be awarded half tuition scholarships to attend the program in New Haven. These two students must live on campus and participate in all GSP activities. Students will be responsible for room, board and any other expenses.

 

Non-Yale students studying in New Haven

Two half tuition scholarships will be awarded to each IARU institution. Recipients will be chosen by the home institution. Students will be responsible for room, board and any other expenses.

In addition to the GSP Course, students also have the option of taking a second course (no scholarship available).