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 Summer I Budget Sheet for School of Russian and Asian Studies - SRAS in Moscow, Russia.

Summer I Budget Sheet for School of Russian and Asian Studies - SRAS in Moscow, Russia

Summer I Budget Sheet for School of Russian and Asian Studies - SRAS in Moscow, Russia
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 *   $152.00
Billable subtotal:  $477.00
Program Provider - Program Fee   $6,495.00
Passport   $160.00
Visa   $540.00
Airfare   $1,500.00
Local Transportation   $120.00
International Student ID Card   $28.00
Meals   $1,250.00
Course Books and Materials   $20.00
Personal Expenses   $450.00
Non-billable subtotal:  $10,563.00
Total Financial Aid Eligibility: $11,040.00
The above estimate is for the Summer I 2021 semester from June 10, 2021 - August 8, 2021. The above budget is based on students earning 3-6 credits. 

Program fee includes: Tuition, housing, visa fees, international health insurance, cultural and social activities, on-site support, and more. 

Students must apply for a Russian Student Visa. The fee is based off of a multiple-entry student visa, with 3-business day processing. Single-entry visas and slower processing options are available. The U.S.-Russian consulate may request proof of sufficient funds to support self during program. An HIV test is required, and results must be included in visa application. 

Last updated on: 1/15/2021
* Billable item

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Jan 13, 2020