"At Mansfield University, we develop leaders. We accomplish this by focusing on the four core values that have been our tradition since 1912: Character, Scholarship, Culture, and Service."
Director of Study Abroad & ISEP Coordinator
110D Belknap Hall
Mansfield, PA 16933
Phone: (570) 662-4603
The costs of your Study Abroad semester/year will depend upon the program that you choose. There are three possibilities. In every case, however, travel expenses, and passport and visa costs are not included.
BE CAREFUL: Information below represent estimates based on the academic year 2005-2006. Cost is subject to change.
You pay tuition, room, board and fees to Mansfield University. This applies to the following destinations:
Russia - University of Volgograd (Tuition, fees, and housing paid to Mansfield. Students are responsible for food expenses in Russia)
ISEP exchanges (with English as teaching language)
Click here to find out more ISEP destinations or to see the universities you can go to.
Please note that "ISEP exchanges" are different from "ISEP-direct programs" (see third possibility below).
You pay tuition and fees to Mansfield University but cover your expenses locally. This applies to the following destinations:
Australia - Estimates coming soon
Canada - Estimates coming soon
IEP of Toulouse (France)
Estimates (based on 2009-2010):
$400-450 per month for housing,
about $4 per meal at the university dining hall,
$50 for textbooks
University of Jena (Germany) - Estimates coming soon
You pay a global fee including tuition, room and board. This applies to the following destinations:
University of Valladolid (Spain)
Information for Spring 2011 coming soon. Fees include tuition, medical insurance, room and board, laundry, field trip, and transportation to and from the Madrid Airport to Valladolid. It does not cover the airfare to and from Madrid.
ISEP - direct programs (with English as teaching language)
Click here for the detailed prices of these programs.
Please note that "ISEP-direct programs" are different from "ISEP exchanges" (see first possibility above).