What’s Included?

Click the links below to see what’s included with each of our program locations:

+ BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA


What’s Included – ASA Buenos Aires Program

  • ROOM & BOARD / ROOM ONLY – SEMESTER PROGRAMS: Semester students can choose between the following 2 housing options:
    • Option A: Argentine host family. Daily breakfast and dinner are included.
    • Option B: Shared apartment. Meals are not included, but each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen.
  • ROOM & BOARD – SUMMER PROGRAMS: Summer students will live with Argentine host families. Daily breakfast and dinner are included.
  • For complete details about housing, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by the Universidad de Belgrano or Universidad de Salvador. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS: Semester programs include 1 overnight excursion and 2 day excursions. Summer programs include 2 day excursions. Excursion locations to be decided.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within Buenos Aires (museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at the Universidad de Belgrano, Universidad del Salvador, and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Buenos Aires (EZE) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Damage deposit ($250), paid to ASA 30 days before departure; refundable upon return
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • All meals for students who live in a shared apartment. Daily lunch for students who live with a host family
  • Meals on excursions
  • Laundry
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • Student Visa / Residency Permit (if required for your program)
  • Reciprocity Fee, paid upon arrival at EZE airport (if required)
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board/housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ VINA DEL MAR, CHILE


What’s Included – ASA Viña del Mar Program

  • ROOM & BOARD: with a Chilean host family. 3 meals a day and 1 load of laundry per week are included. For complete details about housing, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by the Universidad de Viña del Mar. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS: 2 day excursions, locations to be decided.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within and around Viña del Mar (museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Santiago (SCL) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Meals on excursions
  • Tourist Visa or Student Visa, Reciprocity Fee (if required)
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA


What’s Included – ASA San José Program

  • ROOM & BOARD with a Costa Rican host family. Includes 2 meals a day Monday through Friday, 3 meals a day on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, and 1 load of laundry per week. For complete details about housing, please click here! (During the Rural Experience portion of the “Spanish and Sustainability Practices” Summer program where students live and work on a farm (Finca La Flor), accommodation will be on-site in cabins with 2-4 students per cabin and 3 meals a day provided.)
  • TUITION at ICDS for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by the Universidad Latina de Costa Rica. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS, semester and quarter programs: 2 overnight excursions, locations to be decided.
  • EXCURSIONS, summer programs: 1 overnight excursion, location to be decided.
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from San José (SJO) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Lunch on weekdays
  • Meals on excursions
  • Visa Fees (Tourist Visa or Student Visa)
  • Airport Departure Tax
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND


What’s Included – ASA Cambridge Program

  • HOUSING: Single room in Residence Hall with kitchen facilities. Meals are not included. For complete details about housing in Cambridge, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by Anglia Ruskin University. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS: 2 day excursions, locations to be decided.
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from London Heathrow (LHR) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Lunch on weekdays
  • Meals on excursions
  • Visa Fees (Tourist Visa or Student Visa)
  • Airport Departure Tax
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ LONDON, ENGLAND


What’s Included – ASA London Programs

  • HOUSING: Single room in Residence Hall with kitchen facilities. Meals are not included. For complete dtails about housing in London, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by your host institution. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS: Semester programs in London include 2 day excursions & 1 overnight excursion. Summer programs in London include 1 day excursion per session. Excursion locations to be decided.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within London (museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from London Heathrow (LHR) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here to view our “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Damage deposit ($350), paid to ASA 30 days before departure; refundable upon return (required only for students attending University of the Arts London)
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Local transportation
  • Personal expenses
  • Meals
  • Meals on excursions
  • Laundry
  • Student Visa, if required
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ OXFORD, ENGLAND


What’s Included – ASA Oxford Program

  • HOUSING: Single room on campus in one of Oxford Brookes’ Halls of Residence. Meals are not included, but each apartment has a kitchen. For complete details about housing in Oxford, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits or courses indicated on this program’s course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits or courses (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by Oxford Brookes University. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS: 2 day excursions, locations to be decided.
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from London Heathrow (LHR) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • $800 winter break housing surcharge (academic year students only)
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Meals
  • Meals on excursions
  • Laundry
  • Student Visa, if required
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For students enrolling in more than one session, ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions (with the exception of academic year programs, where winter break housing is mandatory and carries a surcharge of $800).

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ AIX-EN-PROVENCE, FRANCE


What’s Included – Semester and Summer programs in Aix-en-Provence

  • ROOM & BOARD with a French host family. Daily breakfast, 6 dinners per week, and 1 load of laundry per week are included. For complete details about housing, please click here!
  • TUITION at the IAU School of Humanities and Social Sciences or The Marchutz School of Fine Arts for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee. Some classes carry additional fees for materials or academic field trips which are NOT included and must be paid for by the student. Estimated additional fees are noted on the program course offerings page.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by IAU. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • TEXTBOOKS are provided on loan and must be returned to IAU at the end of the term. For students enrolled in the Marchutz School of Fine Arts program, art supplies/materials are provided (included) for the mandatory Marchutz core art courses.
  • EXCURSIONS, The School of Humanities and Social Sciences: 1 day excursion. Locations to be decided. Meals on excursions are not included.
  • EXCURSIONS, The Marchutz School of Fine Arts: 1 overnight excursion (Semester programs). 1 day excursion (Summer programs). Locations to be decided. Meals on excursions are not included.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within Aix-en-Provence (museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access on the IAU campus and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Marseilles (MRS) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round-trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Materials fees
  • Local transportation
  • Personal expenses
  • Daily lunch, one dinner per week
  • Meals on excursions
  • Student Visa and registration with Immigration Office in France (if required for your program)
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ PARIS, FRANCE


What’s Included – ASA Paris Program

  • ROOM & BOARD: With a French host family – daily breakfast and dinner Monday through Saturday are included. For complete details about living with a host family, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by the Université Paris-Sorbonne. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PASS: ASA provides each student with a monthly pass for Paris public transportation.
  • EXCURSIONS & CULTURAL ACTIVITIES: Every week or two, students attend a play, concert, opera, visit a museum or an art gallery, or go on a day excursion to a site of interest outside of Paris. Each Fall there is an overnight excursion to the Vallée de la Loire and each Spring to Normandy. Other excursion and activity locations to be decided.
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Paris (CDG) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Lunch Monday through Saturday and all meals on Sundays (for students who choose ASA housing)
  • Meals on excursions
  • Laundry
  • Student visa, if required
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ DUBLIN, IRELAND


What’s Included – ASA Dublin Programs

  • HOUSING:
    • Griffith College Dublin: Double-occupancy room in an on-campus Residence Hall. Meals are not included, but a shared kitchen is provided.
    • Maynooth University: Single-occupancy room in an on-campus Residence Hall. Meals are not included (with the exception of the Summer program – in which breakfast is provided Monday through Friday.), but a shared kitchen is provided.
    • For complete details about housing in Dublin, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits/courses indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits/courses (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by your host institution. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS:
    • All semester programs: 1 overnight excursion and 2 day excursions, locations to be decided.
    • Maynooth University Summer Program: 2 day excursions, locations to be decided.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within Dublin (museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Dublin (DUB) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Meals (except for the Summer program at Maynooth University, which includes breakfast Monday through Friday)
  • Meals on excursions
  • Laundry
  • Student Visa, if requred
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ FLORENCE, ITALY


What’s Included – ASA Florence Program

  • HOUSING in a shared apartment. Meals are not included, but each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen. For complete details about housing in Florence, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee. NOTE: Some classes carry Course Fees which are not included and must be paid for by the student. Estimated Course Fees are indicated on the program course offerings page.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by the University of South Florida. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS, semester programs: 2 overnight excursions, locations to be decided.
  • EXCURSIONS, summer programs: 1 day excursion, location to be decided.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within Florence (gelato tour, pizza tour, museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at Florence University of the Arts and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Florence (FLR) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Damage deposit ($350), paid to ASA 30 days before departure; refundable upon return
  • Books, materials, course fees
  • Local transportation
  • Personal expenses
  • Meals
  • Meals on excursions
  • Laundry
  • Student Visa and Permit of Stay (if required for your program)
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ ROME, ITALY


What’s Included – ASA Rome Program

  • HOUSING in a shared apartment. Approximately 20 free meals included. Additional meals are the student's responsibility; each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen. For complete details about housing in Rome, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by John Cabot University. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS, semester programs: 2 overnight excursions, locations to be decided.
  • EXCURSIONS, summer programs: 2 day excursions, location to be decided.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within Rome (gelato tour, pizza tour, museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at John Cabot University and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Rome (FCO) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Damage deposit ($350), paid to ASA 30 days before departure; refundable upon return
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Local transportation
  • Personal expenses
  • Meals
  • Meals on excursions
  • Laundry
  • Student Visa and Permit of Stay (if required for your program)
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ SORRENTO, ITALY


What’s Included – ASA Sorrento Program

  • HOUSING: In the on-campus Residence Hall or with an Italian host family. If the Residence Hall is full, students will be placed in shared apartments off campus. Homestay accommodation includes daily breakfast and dinner. Meals are not included with the res hall/apartment option, but you will have a kitchen. For complete details about housing, please click here!
  • TUITION at Sant’Anna Institute for the maximum number of credits/courses indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits/courses (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by Jacksonville University. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS, semester & summer programs: 1 day excursion, location to be decided.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within Sorrento (museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Naples (NAP) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Damage Deposit ($250), paid to ASA 30 days prior to departure; refundable upon return
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • All meals if living in the Residence Hall; some meals if living with a host family
  • Meals on excursions
  • Laundry
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • Student Visa and Permit of Stay, if required
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ VERONA, ITALY


What’s Included – ASA Verona Program

  • HOUSING in a shared apartment or with an Italian host family. Meals are not included with apartment housing, but each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen. Homestay accommodation includes breakfast and dinner Monday through Friday. For complete details about housing in Verona, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by Jacksonville University. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS, semester programs: 2 day excursions and 1 overnight excursion, locations to be decided.
  • EXCURSIONS, summer programs: 3-week Summer programs include 1 day excursion. The 6-week Summer program includes 1 day excursion and 1 overnight excursion. Locations to be decided.
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at Idea Verona and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Verona (VRN) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Damage deposit ($350), paid to ASA 30 days before departure; refundable upon return. (Required only for students who choose shared apartment housing)
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Local transportation
  • Personal expenses
  • All meals if living in a shared apartment
  • Lunch Monday through Friday and all meals on weekends, if living with a host family
  • Meals on excursions
  • Laundry
  • Student Visa and Permit of Stay (if required for your program)
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ CUZCO, PERU


What’s Included – ASA Cuzco Program

  • ROOM & BOARD / ROOM ONLY: Students can choose between the following 2 housing options:
    • Option A: Peruvian host family. 3 meals a day are included.
    • Option B: Residence Hall with daily breakfast included; other meals are the student’s responsibility. The Residence Hall has a restaurant where students may purchase meals, and students will have access to a kitchen as well.
    • For complete details about housing, please click here!
  • TUITION at the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS: 1 overnight excursion and 1 day excursion, locations to be decided.
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Cuzco (CUZ) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Lunch and dinner, if living in the Residence Hall
  • Laundry
  • Meals on excursions
  • Visa Fees (Tourist Visa, Student Visa, and/or Visa Extension)
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board/housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ MAASTRICHT, THE NETHERLANDS


What’s Included – ASA Maastricht Program

  • HOUSING: Double-occupancy room in Residence Hall with kitchen facilities. Meals are not included. There are FREE laundry facilities For complete details about housing in Maastricht, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by Maastricht University. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS: Semester programs include 3 overnight excursions, locations vary by term. Summer program includes 1 day excursion, location varies by term.
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Brussels International (BRU) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION


Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Local transportation
  • Personal expenses
  • Meals
  • Meals on excursions
  • Student Visa, if required
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ BARCELONA, SPAIN


What’s Included – ASA Barcelona Programs

  • ROOM & BOARD / ROOM ONLY: Students can choose between the following housing options:
    • Option A: Spanish host family. Daily breakfast and dinner and 1 load of laundry per week are included.
    • Option B: Shared apartment. Meals are not included, but each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen.
    • Option C: Residence Hall without meal plan. Kitchen access or on-site cafeteria.
    • Option D: Residence Hall with full meal plan in on-site cafeteria.
    • For complete details about these housing options, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by your host institution. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS: Semester programs include 2 day excursions and 1 overnight excursion. 6-week and 8-week Summer programs include 1 overnight excursion and 2 day excursions. 3-week, 4-week, and 5-week Summer programs include 1 day excursion. Excursion locations to be decided and vary by term.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within Barcelona (museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Barcelona (BCN) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

For students going on an ASA program to Spain who live or attend a college/university in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, or Vermont - ASA can get your Student Visa FOR YOU through our Group Visa Service! Minimum number of sign-ups may be required. The additional fee for this service is $150. Full details will be sent to eligible students after they are accepted to the ASA program. If you do not live or study in the specific states listed above, you will need to apply for your visa on your own – ASA will send you detailed, helpful information about how to apply for your visa on your own after you are accepted.


Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Damage deposit ($500), paid to ASA 30 days before departure; refundable upon return. (Required only for students who choose apartment housing)
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Meals and laundry, if living in a shared apartment
  • Daily lunch, if living with a host family
  • Meals on excursions
  • Student visa, if required
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board/housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ MADRID, SPAIN


What’s Included – ASA Madrid Programs

  • ROOM & BOARD: With a Spanish host family – daily breakfast and dinner and 1 load of laundry per week are included. For complete details about living with a host family, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by your host institution. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • METRO PASS: Students receive a monthly Metro (subway) pass that allows free unlimited travel on the Madrid Metro.
  • EXCURSIONS: 2 day excursions, locations to be decided.
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Madrid (MAD) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

For students going on an ASA program to Spain who live or attend a college/university in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, or Vermont - ASA can get your Student Visa FOR YOU through our Group Visa Service! Minimum number of sign-ups may be required. The additional fee for this service is $150. Full details will be sent to eligible students after they are accepted to the ASA program. If you do not live or study in the specific states listed above, you will need to apply for your visa on your own – ASA will send you detailed, helpful information about how to apply for your visa on your own after you are accepted.

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Daily lunch (for students who choose ASA housing)
  • Meals on excursions
  • Student visa, if required
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ SEVILLA, SPAIN


What’s Included – ASA Sevilla Programs

  • ROOM & BOARD / ROOM ONLY: Students can choose between the following 2 housing options:
    • Option A: Spanish host family. 3 meals a day and 1 load of laundry per week are included.
    • Option B: Shared apartment. Meals are not included, but each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen.
    • For complete details about these housing options, please click here!
  • TUITION for the maximum number of credits indicated on the program course offerings page. Enrolling in more than the maximum number of credits (if permitted by the host institution) will result in an additional fee.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by your host institution. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • EXCURSIONS: 2 day excursions and 1 overnight excursion, locations to be decided.
  • CULTURAL ACTIVITIES within Sevilla (museum visits, walking tours, etc.)
  • INTERNET ACCESS: Students will have free Internet access at their host institution and in their program housing.
  • AIRPORT PICK-UP: Group ground transportation is provided from Sevilla (SVQ) airport for students who arrive on the official arrival date, by the designated time.
  • SITE DIRECTOR: Students will have an on-site director to assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining their visa (if required for their term/host country), ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance as to which visa students will need and how to go about applying for one. Please click here and scroll down to “Student Visa Information” to find out if a visa is required for your program.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

For students going on an ASA program to Spain who live or attend a college/university in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, or Vermont - ASA can get your Student Visa FOR YOU through our Group Visa Service! Minimum number of sign-ups may be required. The additional fee for this service is $150. Full details will be sent to eligible students after they are accepted to the ASA program. If you do not live or study in the specific states listed above, you will need to apply for your visa on your own – ASA will send you detailed, helpful information about how to apply for your visa on your own after you are accepted.

Not Included:

  • Optional Internship (additional fee required).
  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program location
  • Damage deposit ($500), paid to ASA 30 days before departure; refundable upon return. (Required only for students who choose apartment housing)
  • Books, materials, lab fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Local transportation
  • Meals and laundry, if living in a shared apartment
  • Meals on excursions
  • Student visa, if required
  • Transportation from the airport if the student does not arrive on the official arrival date by the designated time
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • For academic year students or those enrolling in more than one session, room and board/housing and all other ASA services and benefits are not provided during the break between sessions.

Note: If you need a “Costs of Attendance” budget for your financial aid office, or if you simply want an estimate of the not-included costs listed above, please click here.

+ JANUARY TERM TRAVELING SEMINAR


What’s Included

  • LODGING & PARTIAL BOARD – For all J-Terms except VIII and XII lodging will be in hotels (usually 3- or 4-star), in apart-hotels, with host families, or a combination of these. Breakfast each day and some dinners (typically, 1 dinner per city) are included. Other meals are the student’s responsibility. For J-Term VIII (French Language and Culture) lodging will be with host families only, and daily breakfast and 6 dinners per week provided by the host family. Other meals are the student’s responsibility. For J-Term XII (Spanish Culture and Society) lodging will be with host families only, and daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided by the host family. On all January term programs, rooms are shared with other students in your group (double or triple occupancy).
  • ENTRANCE FEES to all museums and guest lecture venues.
  • INTRA-EUROPEAN TRANSPORTATION to and from each city. (Round trip airfare to/from your home country and the program start and end locations is NOT included.)
  • TUITION – For 1 class (3 semester credits)
  • OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT: Final transcript is issued by IAU. Upon completion of the program, ASA will provide one free shipment of your final transcript to your U.S. institution.
  • ACADEMIC CREDITS: Students who receive pre-approval from their home institution can transfer the credits they earn to their home institution.
  • ON-SITE SUPPORT: Students will travel with faculty and/or staff member(s) on-site, who can assist them with any academic or cultural difficulties they may encounter.
  • MEDICAL INSURANCE: Comprehensive international medical insurance is included. For full details on benefits and coverage, please click here.
  • VISA ADVISING: While students are ultimately responsible for obtaining any visa required for their term/host country, ASA will provide detailed, helpful information upon acceptance about how to apply for a visa, if one is required for any of the countries visited during your official program itinerary.
  • PRE-DEPARTURE HANDBOOK & ON-SITE ORIENTATION

Not Included:

  • Round trip airfare and travel expenses to and from the program start/end locations
  • Meals, except for those included with your program fees, as described in the What’s Included section directly above. The number of meals included varies depending on the trip.
  • Airport pick-up (Students will receive detailed instructions via email shortly before the program starts on how to get from the airport to the first group meeting point.)
  • Local transportation – e.g. taxis, subway, and bus fare, etc.
  • Personal expenses
  • Laundry
  • Textbooks and course materials. You will receive a list of required books before departure, which can be ordered from Amazon.
  • Baggage fees, if your luggage is in excess of the airline’s Baggage Allowance (This refers to intra-European travel. One airline frequently used is RyanAir; other airlines may be used as well. Prepare to pack light to avoid luggage fees!)
  • Transportation back to the airport at the end of the program
  • Visa, if required (If a visa is required for any of the countries visited during your official program itinerary, ASA will notify you in time for you to obtain it before your trip’s start date.)

Note: Some course readings and videos may need to be completed prior to your trip’s departure date. You will receive information via email before your trip start date, advising on you any readings or videos you need to complete before departure.

ASA reserves the right to cancel programs due to low enrollment. Students must consult with ASA before making travel plans or purchasing airfare.