Dates & Pricing
When you compare your Village “all in” price to what it costs to study at your home university, you’ll find The Village is a very affordable investment in your future. Well the numbers are the key. The cost of staying in Florida and attending UWF as a student living on campus, including all expenses, averages about $10,040. (Large state schools out of the South cost more, with $13,360 being the average semester cost at the University of Minnesota and $14,500 being an average semester cost for in-state students at a school like The University of Michigan, where out-of state students pay about $28,500 each semester.)
Meanwhile, the cost of The Village for a semester in Europe is $10,899, plus additional expenses that you will incur abroad. For most students, the “all in” price of The Village will not exceed $13,899 and will in many cases be less than this, depending on how you budget your funds. That means that most Village students will spend less than $3500 more for their semester in Europe than the same semester costs at home.
Built to be affordable for our students and their families, The Village is run so that you will get budgeting help from our staff and professors throughout your semester. That level of attention and care is just one reason why so many study-abroad alumni say the money they spent on the program was the best investment they ever made.
The average Village student will seek and receive financial aid to cover most if not all of the program’s cost. And since most Village Program students from UWF can expect to receive scholarship support from UWF and from Globalizedu to total around $3500, UWF students can usually do The Village for almost exactly the same price they’d be paying to stay home for the semester on campus.