Hollins Abroad Paris & Hollins Abroad London
The Hollins Abroad comprehensive fee
for the semester
programs in Paris and London ($26,035 per term for 2017-18
) covers tuition, housing (except for during scheduled program breaks in Paris), local transportation pass, all course field trips (excluding theatre tickets), a week-long orientation, guided weekend trips, an ISIC card, and overseas medical insurance. It also covers all meals for students in Paris (except for during scheduled program breaks) and those staying with host families in London. Partial board is provided to those students selecting to stay in a residence hall in London. The comprehensive fee does not cover transatlantic airfare or personal expenses.
For our Paris program, students from certain other institutions may be elligible for additional funding. For more information, please contact Sarah Short at email@example.com
In addition, students attending institutions that are members of the Women’s College Coalition (WCC) or the Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia (CICV) will receive a 10% discount on the comprehensive semester-long program fee.
Special note for Virginia residents: For Virginia residents who attend out-of-state-schools but still want to participate in the Paris program, you may qualify for Virginia Tuition Assistance Grants worth $1,400 - $1,550 per term. Information, deadlines, and applications are available at http://www.schev.edu/schev/formsIndex.asp
You should also check with the study abroad and/or financial aid office at your home institution to ascertain its policies with regard to aid for study abroad. In some cases, all home school financial aid can be applied to Hollins Abroad. In almost all cases, you can continue to receive federally subsidized grants and loans.
London Summer Internship Program
The comprehensive fee
for the 2017 London Summer Internship Program is $8,500. This fee includes the following: 8 academic credits through the Hollins Abroad course "Contemporary Britain" and a six-week internship placement; course-related field trips; housing in a student residence hall with partial board OR with a London host family with full board; an on-site orientation including a tour of London; an ISIC card; overseas medical insurance; a local transportation pass; and tickets for one London theatre performance. The fee does not cover transatlantic airfare or personal expenses.
Scholarship Searching Tools:
The following websites will help you to locate and identify scholarships that may be appropriate for you and your goals:
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