Students enrolling in Study Abroad at UCLA must pay the following fees, all of which are subject to increases:
Application Fee –A nonrefundable, one-time application fee must be included with your application.
Program Fees* –The program fee is due upon receipt of your welcome letter and must be received by UCLA Extension 2 weeks before the program start date for payments made by cash, check, or credit card; payments by bank wire transfer are due 6 weeks before the program start date.
Please find the Program Fees listed in the chart below
|Quarter||Program Dates||Application Fee||Program Fee|
|Summer 2017 Study Abroad at UCLA||June 26, 2017 – September 17, 2017||$300||$4,850|
|Fall 2017 Study Abroad at UCLA||September 25, 2017 – December 17, 2017||$300||$4,850|
|Winter 2018 Study Abroad at UCLA||January 8, 2018 – April 1, 2018||$300||$4,850|
|Spring 2018 Study Abroad at UCLA||April 2, 2018 – June 24, 2018||$300||$4,850|
Course Fees—Fees for enrollment in individual courses are not included in the Program Fee and must be paid separately for each course. Fees for one 4-unit course range from about $600 to about $1,600. You will need to be enrolled in 12 units of coursework.
Health Insurance—UCLA medical insurance fee is included in the program fee and is required for each student enrolled in Study Abroad and any dependents, if applicable. Under the insurance plan, you can use UCLA medical facilities and services. Coverage begins on the first day of the quarter and ends one week after the last day of the quarter.
Additional Fees—Some courses may involve special equipment, laboratory fees, special computer hardware or software, and/or other special materials not covered by your Study Abroad at UCLA fees. In such cases, you may have to pay an additional fee to cover those expenses. You will also need to buy your own textbooks.
Please consult with your university or study abroad consultant if you have concerns about special fees. If they cannot provide the necessary information, they will be able to contact us directly for course details.
Housing & Living Expenses—Study Abroad at UCLA fees do not include housing and living expenses. You and/or your sponsor must meet these expenses.
Need to Cancel Your Program?—Please find our Cancellation, Deferral, and Refund Policy (as well as our Cancellation, Deferral, and Refund Request Form) here.
*A Note about Program Fees
UCLA and UCLA Extension course fees for students enrolled in Study Abroad at UCLA are higher than fees for U.S. and California residents. That’s because the higher fees cover the costs of providing additional student services for international students. These higher fees are common for public institutions in the U.S.
Fees for California residents are lower than fees for non-residents and international students because all California residents pay California State taxes and those tax dollars support the State universities. UCLA and other California State Universities are subsidized by these tax dollars paid by California residents.