All federal and state financial aid is applicable toward study abroad unless the program is offered in the summer, or otherwise indicated. All students should meet with a financial aid officer to discuss their plans to study abroad and how their aid package may apply.
Study Abroad Fee
Study Abroad fees apply for semesters abroad and vary by program. For Italian Campus and Duquesne in Dublin, this fee is paid in the form of their deposit. For students of Approved Programs (outside of Rome or Dublin), Duquesne University will add study abroad fee to the student's bill. For approved study abroad programs, an additional deposit housing, etc. may be required by a third-party provider.
|Study Abroad Program||Study Abroad Fee|
|Duquesne in Rome||$1250|
|Duquesne in Dublin||$950|
For Short-term, Student Teaching, Summer Programs, or Villa Nazareth: Study Abroad fees do not apply.
UnitedHealthcare Global Traveler’s Assistance Coverage Fee
All students studying abroad are required to purchase UnitedHealthcare Global. The University engages this on behalf of all students and will bill you at the rate of $125 for any semester abroad or student teaching abroad program and $75 for all short-term programs (6 weeks or less).
UnitedHealthcare Global coverage is NOT medical insurance. Rather, it is an emergency assistance service facilitating a medical situation in a foreign hospital (e.g., translation services, vetting a hospital for quality of service, communicating to family, etc.); a medical transportation service providing evacuation and repatriation (costs covered here); and travel assistance for family to join a hospitalized student.
Housing and Meals, Airfare, Personal and Travel Expenses
Students in all semester study abroad programs pay for their own airfare, in some instances group flights will be offered. Housing and meal expenses will vary widely depending on the program (see “estimated costs” section on each of the program summaries).
|Study Abroad Program||Housing/Meals||Personal Expenses||Flight/Travel Expenses|
|Duquesne in Rome||Towers Rate||Varies||Individual or Group, details in acceptance packet|
|Duquesne in Dublin||Des Places Rate||Varies||Booked individually|
|Approved Programs||Varies||Varies||Indivudual or Group, with providers|
Special Petition Programs
If you are petitioning to attend a program not currently included in the approved list, you must consult with the Center for Global Engagement to determine pre-approval. The Study Abroad Advisor can assist you with this discussion and prepare you for this process.
Special Cases: tuition waivers, tuition exchange or special discounts
In accordance with University policy, students who are attending Duquesne University with tuition waivers (Duquesne employees and members of their families), tuition exchanges (through the Commission on Independent Colleges , the Tuition Exchange, or similar organizations), or discounts must pay the costs of their selected program of study abroad, including tuition and airfare.
Students will be billed for regular Duquesne University tuition. If a student studies with an outside approved program their Duquesne University tuition will be adjusted to reflect the exact tuition cost of the external program. Since tuition remission and tuition exchange will not apply during the semester abroad, the student may want to consider applying for other types of scholarships and financial aid. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for assistance.
NOTE: Duquesne University’s Italian Campus Program in Rome is an exception to the above and honor all tuition waivers, scholarships and discounts.
If a student cancels participation in a program after committing to study abroad, Duquesne will bill the student’s account for any nonrefundable payments that Duquesne has made or is obligated to make for the student’s study abroad program.