Cost and Aid

Santiago, Chile Program Cost

Semester Spring 2019
Program Fee Santiago: Cuenca, Ecuador Immersion $7,185 per semester
Program Fee Santiago Center $5,935 per semester
Undergraduate Tuition $23,465 per semester (returning & visiting students)

$25,115 per semester (incoming students fall 2018 & later)

Graduate Tuition $1559 per credit
Est. Personal Expenses* $7,405

*Includes meals not covered by program fee, round trip airfare, visa fees, books and supplies, and personal expenses and travel.

Printable planning budget for the Syracuse Santiago program. [pdf]


What is included in my program fee?

With four-week intensive language program:

The program fee includes a four-week intensive language pre-semester program in Cuenca, Ecuador. Students in Cuenca and then Quito are placed in private homes where they receive their meals seven days per week. They have the option of preparing their own box lunch to take with them daily. The program fee also includes orientation abroad, the Signature Seminar (which covers transportation, hotel accommodations, and some group meals), cultural activities, general field trips open to all students, pre-departure meetings, and activities and services not covered by tuition and for which a separate fee is not charged.

For students arriving directly in Santiago:

The program fee includes orientation abroad, the Signature Seminar (which covers transportation, hotel accommodations, and some group meals), cultural activities, general field trips open to all students, Syracuse Abroad insurance, membership to International SOS, pre-departure meetings, and activities and services not covered by tuition and for which a separate fee is not charged.


Financial Aid, Grants, and Scholarships

Syracuse University has generous financial aid policies. Aid, grants, and scholarships are available. Syracuse Abroad also maintains an extensive list of outside scholarships available to its students.


Payment Information

Read more about our monthly payment plan, advance payments, and refund policies.