Heidelberg ILP Semester Program Details
Fall Term (16-weeks): August 21 - December 10, 2016
Fall Term I (8-weeks): August 21 - October 15, 2016
Fall Term II (8-weeks): October 16 - December 10, 2016
Spring Term (16-weeks): January 8 - April 29, 2017
Spring Term I (8-weeks): January 8 - March 4, 2017
Spring Term II (8-weeks): March 5 - April 29, 2017
*Absolute beginners may only participate in sessions beginning in August/September, January and May/June.*
All application materials must be received 45 days prior to the start of the program start date.
Open to students at least 18 years of age at all higher education levels with a 2.5 GPA or higher.
16-week session (host family in a single room with two meals a day): $10,520 CCIS member / $10,920 non-member
16-week session (student apartment in a single room): $8,920 CCIS member / $9,320 non-member
8-week session (host family in a single room with two meals per day): $6,120 CCIS member / $6,520 non-member
8-week session (student apartment in a single room): $5,320 CCIS member / $5,720 non-member
16-week session (host family in a single room with two meals a day): $10,550 CCIS member / $10,950 non-member
16-week session (student apartment in a single room): $9,120 CCIS member / $9,520 non-member
8-week session (host family in a single room with two meals per day): $6,150 CCIS member / $6,550 non-member
8-week session (student apartment in a single room): $5,435 CCIS member / $5,835 non-member
Instructional and administrative costs, single room in student apartment (no meals) or single room with a host family (2 daily meals included), mandatory CISI health and accident insurance, full access to Collegium's library, pre-departure information and materials, teaching materials, cultural and leisure program, one-way airport shuttle upon arrival (Frankfurt International to Heidelberg), and internet access.
Costs Not Included
Airfare (app. $1,000-1,600), personal costs, all meals if living in apartments or one daily meal if living with host family, public transportation, 250 euro damage deposit if living in a student apartment (approx. $280 minus any damages - refundable upon departure), transcript fee (if U.S. transcript is required by home institution - $350 for CCIS members, $550 for non-CCIS members.
U.S. citizens and non-E.U. citizens studying abroad in Heidelberg for the semester will need to obtain a residence permit upon their arrival in Germany, which is approximately 70 euros. Please contact the program sponsor for more information about applying for a residence permit.
All costs, fees, and dates are subject to change without notification. Please contact the appropriate individual to verify all costs, fees, and dates for this program.