London Financial Information

Program fees and estimated additional costs for fall and spring or summer programs are outlined below, as is information about scholarships that can be applied towards the program costs.

Scholarships

Diane M. Rencevicz Memorial Scholarship

Students studying at the Temple London Program in the fall or spring would be eligible for a $5,000 scholarship awarded in memory of Diane M. Rencevicz. Students must have financial need, and the recipient is selected by the London Scholarship Committee. The award should be used for tuition, room and/or board.  One scholarship per semester is awarded.

SMC Study Away Scholarship

A limited number of scholarships are available to qualified Temple students for study on the Temple University London program. The amount of the scholarships varies and is based on need and merit. The awards will range from $500-2,000 and the amount of the award is determined by SMC Study Away in consultation with Temple’s financial aid office. Awards will be given depending upon the amount of funds available. Apply for the scholarships above using the program application form (SEMESTER) or (SUMMER)

Rudman/TUTV Scholarship

During select semesters, TUTV may offer a stipend to a Temple London student for stories produced while studying abroad.  The student‘s work will likely appear on Temple Update and will also be posted on TUTV‘s website and social media accounts. Prior to departure, all Temple London students will receive further information about this opportunity which will include a description of the program and objectives, eligibility requirements, application instructions, award amount, etc.  Temple Update hosts a website of all Temple London reports, along with reports from study abroad students from a variety of other locations, on their website, which you should review if this opportunity interests you.

Eligibility

In order to qualify for one of the scholarships above, you must:

  1. be enrolled as a full-time, matriculated student at Temple University at the time of application for a scholarship;
  2. have at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average;
  3. enroll as a full-time student in the Temple University London program;
  4. demonstrate financial need;
  5. be a United States citizen or Permanent Resident.

Additional Scholarships

A recent survey conducted by Diamond Edge Communications found that just 36% of students applied for scholarships for study away!  Don’t miss out on the opportunities that exist to help you fund these experiences!  The next set of scholarships are available to Temple University students and can be used for study away program expenses.

Temple University and SMC Scholarships

Outside Scholarships for Study Abroad

London/UK Specific Scholarships:

Other scholarships:

Additional Financial Resources

As part of his follow on project, Josh Arnold, Temple London Spring 2011, Theater Major and recipient of the Gilman Scholarship and the Lew Klein Scholarship, produced this video to promote study abroad and the Gilman Scholarship!

Tuition and Fees (Fall and Spring)

Tuition rates and costs are subject to change. The Bursar’s office typically announces tuition rates for the upcoming academic year during the month of July preceding the start of the Fall semester in August and this page will be updated according to that schedule.

Per university policy, Temple students will be charged their home school tuition regardless of participation in a program offered through the School of Media and Communication. See the Bursar’s website to calculate your tuition rate.

Tuition for full-time students (12-17 credits):
PA state residents: $7,453*
Out-of-state residents: $12,466*

Graduate Tuition
PA state residents: $865 per credit, plus university fee of up to $345
Out-of-state residents: $1,163 per credit, plus university fee of up to $345

*Please note that the tuition rates listed above are simply an example of the applicable tuition rates for a student whose home school is the School of Media and Communication. All students are strongly encouraged to calculate their individual tuition rate.

Fees (for all students):
Housing Fee: $7,140*
Program fee: $5,400*
University Services Fee: $345
International Insurance Fee: $170*

Estimated totals of undergraduate billed expenses:
PA state residents: $20,508
Out-of-state residents: $25,521

* Housing and program fees do not include meals, but kitchen facilities are available. Please note that the housing and program fees will be combined on your Temple bill to equal $12,540.

Included in the program fee:

  • Group field trips in and around London
  • Shared student housing in apartments in London
  • A comprehensive orientation program (welcome dinner, tours of the city, ticket to a show or play, etc.)
  • Access to Imperial College Student Union Center and Birbeck College library
  • Tube Pass for the duration of the program
  • A comprehensive health insurance package
  • Further information about what’s included in the program fee such as day trips, excursions, housing, tube pass and more can be found here.

Other estimated costs:

  • Passport (for a new one, fees can total $120)
  • Student Visa fees: $516 (subject to change)
  • Meals: $2,500 (an average for a semester). This will vary depending on style of living.
  • Daily expenses: $2,500 (an average for a semester). This will vary depending on style of living.
  • Cell phone rental estimate for 3 months: $150
  • Theater tickets, required for students enrolled in Theater 1002: $360 (subject to change)
  • International Student Identity Card: $25
  • Roundtrip airfare from Philadelphia: $1,200-1,400

Tuition and Fees (Summer)

Per university policy, Temple students will be charged their home school tuition regardless of participation in a program offered through the School of Media and Communication. See the Bursar’s website to calculate your tuition rate.

Tuition for full-time students (6-7 credits):
PA state residents: $3,624 – $4,228*
Out-of-state residents: $5,526 – $6,447*

Graduate Tuition
PA state residents: $865 per credit hour*
Out-of-state residents: $1,163 per credit hour*

*Please note that the tuition rates listed above are simply an example of the applicable tuition rates for a student whose home school is the School of Media and Communication. All students are strongly encouraged to calculate their individual tuition rate.

Fees (for all students):
Housing fee: $2,775*
Program fee: $2,270*
University Services Fee: $132
International Insurance Fee: $53*

Estimated totals for billed expenses (for undergraduate SMC students):
PA state residents: $8,854 – $9,458 (tentative)*
Out-of-state residents: $10,756 – $11,677 (tentative)*

* Housing and program fees do not include meals, but kitchen facilities are available. Please note that the housing and program fees will be combined on your Temple bill to equal $5,045.

Included in the tuition and program fee:

  • Two Media and Communication courses with a focus on British culture
  • Six undergraduate credits
  • Group field trips in and around London
  • Shared student housing in apartments in London
  • An orientation session and a tour of the city
  • Access to Imperial College Student Union Center and Birbeck College library
  • Tube Pass for the duration of the program
  • A comprehensive health insurance package
  • Further information about what’s included in the program fee such as day trips, excursions, housing, tube pass and more can be found here.

Other estimated costs:

  • Passport, new: $120+
  • Passport, renewal: $85+
  • Meals: $1,500 (an average for a 5 week period). This will vary depending on style of living.
  • Daily expenses: $900 (an average for a 5 week period). This will vary depending on style of living.
  • Cell phone rental estimate: $150
  • International Student Identity Card: $25
  • Roundtrip airfare from Philadelphia: $800-1,400 (typically, flights are more expensive during the summer months)