The given expense estimates are subject to change. Personal expenses are completely dependent upon the individual. TTU provides high-end estimates using information provided by the program, and costs will vary according to individual spending habits.

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The following listing represents the Spring Budget Sheet for International College of Management, Sydney, Australia (ICMS).

Spring Budget Sheet for International College of Management, Sydney, Australia (ICMS)

Spring Budget Sheet for International College of Management, Sydney, Australia (ICMS)
Budget Item Texas Resident
Education Abroad Fee (Non-Refundable) *   $200.00
RCOBA - Rawls Center for Global Engagement Fee (Rawls College of Business students only) *   $125.00
International Health Insurance *   $447.00
Billable subtotal:  $772.00
Non-Refundable Application Fee   $0.00
Program Provider - Program Deposit   $0.00
Program Provider - Program Tuition   $9,513.00
Program Provider - Program Fee   $4,670.00
Passport   $160.00
Visa   $433.99
Airfare   $2,000.00
Local Transportation   $300.00
International Student ID Card   $28.00
Meals   $1,714.00
Course Books and Materials   $300.00
Personal Expenses   $2,400.00
Non-billable subtotal:  $21,518.99
Total Financial Aid Eligibility: $22,290.99
The above estimate is for the Spring 2019 semester from February 11 - June 18.

Program tuition is based on a full time course load for the semester: 12 for a fall/spring. Includes 4 Subjects, and Overseas Student Health Cover. Refer to the program's website to verify how many hours are included in the tuition fee. Additional fees may apply if a student takes more than the amount of hours included in the program tuition cost.

Housing cost is based on most expensive on-campus room (single with water views). Cheaper options available. Includes all meals and WiFi. 

International Health Insurance consists of the Australian Immigration Department mandatory requirement for Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) which will cost about $200 and covers only medical events. The mandatory insurance required by TTU ($247) covers repatriation or evacuation due to natural disasters or political unrest. The TTU insurance also provides coverage for lost baggage/travel delays and also covers travel to another country.

Students must obtain an student visa (subclass 500). The Australian government requires proof of sufficient funds of 5,000 AUD.

Last updated on: 7/17/2019
* Billable item

For information about how federal financial aid applies to study abroad, please visit the Financial Resources tab on the TTU Study Abroad website:

For specific questions about your federal financial aid, scholarships, or other financial benefits that apply to educational expenses, students can meet with Ms. Nikki Nordell in the TTU Financial Aid Office. To schedule an appointment, email and include your R number in the body of the email.

For specific questions about your military benefits such as the Hazlewood Act or G.I. Bill, please contact the TTU Military & Veterans Program department for assistance:

For information about setting up a payment plan for the charges placed on your TTU Student Business Services account (billable subtotal), contact TTU Student Business Services: For students participating on an affiliate or exchange program, please contact the program provider or university directly about payment plan availability.

Jan 13, 2020