Study Abroad Fees
The Education Abroad office is here to help facilitate your study abroad experience and can advise on which experience best fits your academic, personal, and professional goals. Your EdAbroad advisor will have you registered at WWU for credit-bearing programs to maintain your full-time status while you are abroad, so that you don’t have to reapply for admission at Western upon your return. The University created the Education Abroad office as a self-supporting unit, which means EdAbroad advising staff salaries and operations are funded by fees rather than tuition.
You will be charged an application fee and a concurrent enrollment fee. The application fee will be paid at the time of application, while the concurrent enrollment fee will be billed to your student account at the time of registration. The amount of the concurrent enrollment fee is determined by the length of the program you choose, as per the table below. These fees are subject to change as posted in WWU's WWU's Course Fee & Service Fee Schedule, which is usually published in August for the upcoming academic year.
Fees for Credit Bearing Programs:
Quarter Length Program
|$450 per quarter|
|Semester Length Program
Official Travel Dates: 12-weeks/85-days or longer
|$675 per semester|
WWU Application Fee
**Academic and Calendar Year programs will be charged the equivalent of three quarters or two semesters.
**For faculty-led Global Learning Programs, Wildlands Studies and KCP the above fees are not separately charged to student accounts; rather, they are built into a flat program fee.