Financial Planning

We can help you figure out how to pay for your study abroad experience, and in some cases the cost can be less than or equal to a semester in New Jersey.  There are also scholarships and financial aid to help offset these costs:

  • Deposit and program fee

  • Transportation

  • Room and board

  • Food

  • Entertainment

  • Textbook costs

  • Everyday provisions and supplies

Please note that costs for study abroad will be paid directly to Rutgers, based on billing and refund cycles at Rutgers. Academic calendars abroad may be different than ours is, and your semester abroad may start earlier or later than Rutgers, so your term bill may arrive long after you’ve started classes overseas or even before you leave the United States. There are other costs that vary by program. You’re responsible for ensuring your bills are paid on time and to the right recipient, but we can help you plan ahead to ensure you’ll have adequate funding.

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Additional Information

Pre-Departure Orientation +

Are you studying abroad? Then you must attend our pre-departure orientation to make sure you’re absolutely ready. And your parents or guardians are welcome to attend too! 

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Billing and Payment +

Once you are accepted to a study abroad program, you will be asked to submit a program deposit to secure your spot. What happens next? 

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Financial Aid +

It’s your responsibility to ensure that your financial aid is applied to your study abroad program. It doesn’t happen automatically, so find out who you need to call

Pre-Departure Checklist +

There’s more than finances to be prepared, but it’s not that hard! Students are urged to prepare a checklist to ensure a smooth transition from Rutgers to their host country. Review the seven-item study abroad checklist to make sure you have all you need before you go.