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Financing your Study Abroad

Over the last several months Covid-19 has had a huge financial impact on many of us. It has also exposed many inequities in our society. In response, for Spring 2021 programs we’ve created the Enhanced Early Bird Discount and New Scholarships for Covid-19 Relief, which includes:

    • Doubling our standard Early Bird Discount amount from $1000 to $2000 and extending the Early Bird Discount period from July 1 to November 1. Terms apply (see Program Fees and Billing).
    • Creating the Covid-19 Scholarship ($2,500 award) and Accademia dell’Arte Equity Scholarship ($5,500). There are up to 11 total awards and these amounts are in addition to the $2000 Early Bird Discount.
    • Guaranteeing a full refund for Spring 2021 programs if Covid-19 forces the suspension of Spring 2021 programs, prevents travel to Italy prior to the program start date or if Covid-19 related health issues prevent an individual student(s) from participating in the program. We will guarantee a prorated refund of remaining variable costs if Covid-19 forces the suspension of Spring 2021 programs after the program start date or if Covid-19 related health issues prevent an individual student(s) from continuing the program after the published start date. Terms apply (see Program Fees and Billing).

To apply for the Covid-19 Scholarship or Accademia dell’Arte Equity Scholarship (and for more information) email: admissions@dellarte.it

 

As a non-profit organization, the Accademia dell’Arte strives to provide students with the most affordable, quality programs possible.

Planning ahead is a key element to study abroad. Students should start thinking about finances as early as possible. It is important for students to have enough resources to take full advantage of studying and living in a foreign country.

 

ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL AID:

The Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1992 mandated that a student can receive financial aid for the costs of studying abroad if the student is enrolled in a program approved by their home institution.

Every campus is different, so the appropriate timeline may vary somewhat by campus and term (especially between academic year and summer). It is important for students to plan early. Students should get in touch with their campus financial aid officer and study abroad adviser to learn more about specific funding options available at, and required procedures for, their college or university. It is the students’ responsibility to follow all instructions from their financial aid advisor and complete all paperwork well before their departure.

 

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