Florida Institute of Technology

June 24–Aug. 4, 2016

Oxford Program Costs 2016                                                                                              

Announcing our first ever $500 merit scholarship for Oxford Program students with a 3.75+ GPA! Plus, every student benefits from a $1673 study abroad tuition scholarship!                                                     

Cost to Each Student:

Undergraduate total:  $9,218 (including 6 undergraduate credits, room, partial board, and "extras" (excluding airfare)) 

Graduate totals:  $9,622 (including 6 graduate credits, room, partial board, and "extras" (excluding airfare)) 

Click on "Dates and Deadlines" for payment due dates.


The $500 merit scholarship for Florida Tech students with a 3.75+ GPA will be deducted from you total progam fees.


Four credit hour Math classes (Calc 2 & 3, Differential Equations) have a supplemental tuition charge of $836.


All Oxford Program fees are due on the dates listed on the Oxford program website. Payment plans are not an option for students enrolled in this study abroad program due to the nature of paying vendors/expenses.

Cost Breakdown 2016:  

  • Tuition:
    • 6 undergraduate credits: $5,017 (All undergraduate students SAVE $1673 with Special Study Abroad Scholarship)                                                                                                                                                
    • 6 graduate credits:  $5,422 (All graduate students SAVE $1808 with Special Study Abroad Scholarship)
  • Application Fee/Deposit: $300 (goes toward your Oxford Program fees)
  • Room, Partial Board, Insurance, Events: $3,900


Click on "Dates and Deadlines" for payment due dates.


Four credit hour Math classes (Calc 2 & 3, Differential Equations) have a supplemental tuition charge of $836.

Detail of Fees 2016: 

  • Nonrefundable Application Fee (Program deposit): $300*  
  • Jesus or Exeter College housing (June 25- - morning of Aug 4) and 26 meals–6 weeks: $4,200 based on the current exchange rate (if the exchange rate goes above $1.65 the cost will go up slightly in correlation). 
  • Jesus or Exeter College rooms with shared bath & internet
  • 25 meals:  Eight buffet lunches in hall at Jesus College, two served three-course meals, one casual picnic dinner, casual light meal in hall on June 25, 13 full cooked breakfasts in college
  • Transport and ticket to one London show such as Wicked/Les Miserables/Once.
  • Bus or train transfers and admissions for two field trips in addition to London show  (Field trips:  1:  Bath  2: Warwick Castle & Stratford OR Blenheim Palace and Cotswolds)
  • Required Health Insurance for medical, evacuation and repatriation coverage.
  • All costs (excluding tuition) are based on the current rate of exchange between the U.S. dollar and the Great British Pound.  You are charged the actual costs of room, board and field trips to save you from additional fees.  If the exchange rate goes above $1.65 the cost will go up slightly in correlation.
  • Total excluding air and tuition for six credit hours: $4,200 (includes $300 applicaiton fee*)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

* The $300 application fee/deposit goes toward actual Oxford expenses.


ALL fees are non-refundable.  Make checks payable to Florida Tech.  Fees for missed group housing, meals, trips, etc. are non-refundable.  For example, housing is included from June 25-Aug 4th morning.  If you arrive later or depart sooner, there are no refunds.  If you miss a group meal or field trip, you will forfeit that meal/event or any portion thereof.


OPTIONAL SHOWS: $70 each (Shows TBD).  Payment due by March 1.

Click on "Dates and Deadlines" for payment due dates.

Special Tuition Scholarship...Study in Europe and save nearly $1700 in tuition expenses! 

Six undergraduate credit hours for the cost of 4.5 credit hours—A savings of $1673.

  • You will pay $5,017 rather than $6,690 for six undergraduate credit hours.* 
  • Program participants who are eligible for financial aid can apply for a Stafford or Parent Plus Loan. The remainder of the costs (including housing, meals and airfare) can possibly be covered by a private loan such as Wells Fargo or Sally Mae if the students have a credit worthy cosigner and are approved by the lender. Speak with the program director and financial aid for details. You may be eligible to borrow up to $11,000 for the Oxford program.
  • TOTAL COST including undergraduate tuition, application fee (covers food, etc.), room & partial board (excluding airfare):  $9,218*  

Calc 2 & 3 & Differential equations are four credit hour classes and have a supplemental tuition charge of $836 (rather than $1115- save $279)*                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Financial aid (loans) can help you pay for it all!  

Check out the Gilman Scholarship and the Phi Kappa Phi scholarship on the home page of the Oxford Program website!

Money Matters

  • Use air miles, coupons, or shop around for the best flight prices. Flights with 1+ stops to London Heathrow or Gatwick, or Birmingham International ranged between $1100 and $1600 for summer 2015.  
  • Budget an average of $15 - $30 per day for food/entertainment ($780 - $1170).  Students spent between $600 & $1500 for food/entertainment in 2013.  It depends on your habits- if you buy sandwiches and groceries and cook you will spend less than if you eat out often.  Weekend trips can range from low cost up to $900+ depending on where you go and what you do.
  • ATMs are available throughout the city of Oxford and the entire UK. Your bank may charge you a slight fee to use the ATM, but getting cash is fast and easy. Major credit cards are accepted in most shops. There is no need for travelers' checks.
  • 26 meals are included in program fees.  You will be responsible for remaining meals, but you do have full kitchen access for the final 3.5 weeks. Grocery stores and sandwich shops are within close walking distance of the college. A typical "sandwich deal" with a filled baguette, chips or fruit, and a drink is 3.33 GBP ($5.60).  13 breakfasts, 6 big lunches, and 5 nice dinners are included in your housing fees.
  • Budget some money for weekend trips. You may want to book some in advance, but see the program director for suggestions. (Travel within the UK, Ireland, France, etc. is very easy and can cost as little as $300 for a full weekend if you stay in hostels.  A more average price is $600+ if you are taking a flight, long train journey, and staying in b & bs or hotels.)