International Non-Degree Student Mobility Initiatives
3+ and 2+ Programs (Undergraduate Non-degree Tuition)
Students are responsible for all their expenses, including but not limited to tuition, fees, UConn health insurance, housing and meal plans while they study at UConn. Costs of attendance can be found on the Bursar's website (under Non-Degree Tuition & Fees, Undergraduate). The costs for the one year of non-degree undergraduate study at UConn will be based on the number and type of credits (minimum of 12 credits) and other applicable fees. If students take graduate level courses during this year, fees will be adjusted accordingly (view cost of Non-Degree Tuition & Fees, Graduate). There is no financial aid available for undergraduate non-degree students.
Below is a sample non-degree undergraduate fee schedule from academic year 2016-2017. The fee schedule for subsequent years will be updated annually in May, with an expected annual increase of approximately 7%. If students take graduate level courses during this year, fees will be adjusted accordingly. This sample fee schedule excludes textbooks, international airfare, personal expenses, and incidentals.
|Non degree Tuition
(2 semesters, 12 credits each semester)
|$13,786||If students take graduate level courses during this year, fees will be adjusted accordingly (view cost of Non-Degree Tuition & Fees, Graduate). There is no financial aid available for undergraduate students.|
|On-Campus Housing||$6,660||Housing is double occupancy, Fall 16 and Spring 17 academic semesters. Students can make separate arrangements to stay in dorm during Christmas break on-campus as these costs not included. On-campus housing is mandatory for the first year during non-degree study.|
|Meal Plan||$5,776||Dining Plan for 7 days per week, Fall 16 and Spring 17 academic semesters; excludes Christmas break.|
|Medical Insurance||$3,340||UConn health insurance plan is mandatory for students in this program.|
|Visa Compliance Fee||$700|
|International Student Orientation Week Fees||$305|
For students in the 3+1+1 program: In the second year of study at UConn, students must be accepted into a master's program and pay degree-seeking graduate student tuition--based on residency status--and other application fees, found on the Bursar's website (under Graduate Tuition & Fees). All Graduate School requirements apply. Students will not be guaranteed funding, however, they can apply for any relevant scholarships to the same extent as other UConn students. Students should note that these scholarships are competitive in nature.
Note that the fees linked are for the current academic year. The Bursar publishes the new tuition and fees schedule for the upcoming academic year in April/May.
IEP for STEM
This is a customized program for undergraduate students in STEM fields who will be completing a pre-identified 3+ or 2+ program at UConn or are part of the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program (BSMP) and are continuing in the fall semester at either UConn or another university. Curriculum is designed for intermediate to advanced level learners who are preparing to enter an academic program.
The IEP curriculum emphasizes development of language learning strategies and self-directed learning. Innovative courses incorporate experiential, problem-based and project-based learning as well as in-class interaction with native English speakers. Learn more about the program here.
Costs for 6-Week Summer 2015 IEP for STEM Students
|Application Fee (waived)||$0|
|Medical Insurance*||$390||*On-campus housing, meal plan and UConn health insurance is mandatory.
Fees are subject to change. Budget reflects UCAELI Session June 29, 2015-August 7, 2015 and Housing and Meals through August 28, 2015.
|Institutional TOEFL Test (optional)||$45|