Estimated Cost of Attendance
Foreign study requires careful financial planning. U.S. immigration law requires international students to document their ability to pay all tuition and living expenses for the time they are studying in this country.
Cost of attendance varies from student to student, the following estimates are provided to help you plan for your education. Please note these are living expense estimates for the 2011–12 year. The amount will increase each year and is subject to change without notice.
|GREM Semester at Wisconsin|
|Application fee||$56 (USD)|
|Enrollment deposit (non-refundable, applicable to tuition)||$500|
|Prereq Finance Course||$1,200|
|Tuition (GREM) and Fees||$14,000|
|Study Tour Travel Expenses||$500|
|Books and supplies, living expenses||$8,794|
|Incidentals (clothing, transportation, personal items)||$1,936|
|Health insurance (age 26 and over)*||$954*|
Note: Tuition and fees for partner school programs are not included. Information is available directly from each partner school for their respective programs.
* Spouse/dependent coverage costs are higher. Additional information will be available upon enrollment.
If you have a sponsor who is paying on your behalf, you must present information from your sponsor.
The GREM office will provide help with housing for your semester in Madison as soon as you are accepted into the program and commit to attending.
In addition, the University of Wisconsin provides access to a free search of hundreds of available campus-area, Madison, and Dane County rentals including: Apartments, Houses, Sublets and roommate openings, rooms in private homes, suites, co–ops, rooming houses, and private residence halls.
For off-campus housing, contact the Campus Information & Visitor Center (CIVC).
In addition, GREM-dedicated assistance and resources are available to make locating housing for your semester at Wisconsin even easier.