2015-16 Program Fee per Semester $10,300
JYM has consistently remained one of the most affordable study abroad programs in Germany. As a self-financing program at Wayne State University, we don't use our program fees to subsidize other programs around the world. This allows us to operate the program at cost, and offer you a study abroad experience that is thousands less than other study abroad programs in Germany. Unless you have money to burn, why pay more for less? See how we compare.
All JYM programs are billed on a per-semester basis.
1. The JYM Program Fee includes . . .
• Tuition (incl. admission to LMU Munich)
• Housing (incl. between terms for full year students)
• Insurance (Comprehensive German Health Insurance)
• Residency Permit
• Studentenwerk / Student Services Fees
• On-site Resident Director and Staff at JYM Institute
• On-Site Orientation
• JYM Area Studies and Advanced Language Instruction
• Theater/Museum tickets for JYM courses
• Cultural Vistas Internship Placement Fee (if applicable)
• Professional and Social Events at JYM
• Wayne State University Transcript
• Pre-Departure Bulletin for Students and Parents
• Re-Entry and Alumni Support (incl. JYM Job Board)
2. The JYM Program Fee does not include Personal Expenses . . .
• vacation travel
• local transportation
• round-trip airfare
3. Total Cost of Participation (breakdown of tuition, housing, living expenses):
To initiate a refund, students must send written notification of their intention to withdraw from the program. The Application and Administrative Fees are non-refundable.
• Full-year and first-semester students withdrawing from the program after June 20 and before departure will forfeit $1300.
• Second-semester students withdrawing from the program between January 15 and departure will forfeit $650.
• No refund after the start of the program (see dates), including tuition, housing and insurance.
Program Fee Proviso
JYM reserves the right to change the Program Fee in the event that Dollar/Euro exchange rate differentials warrant such a change (although we have never done this since the program's founding in 1953).