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The following listing represents the Fall Budget Sheet for SIT Study Abroad India: Public Health, Gender, & Sexuality.

Fall Budget Sheet for SIT Study Abroad India: Public Health, Gender, & Sexuality
Fall Budget Sheet for SIT Study Abroad India: Public Health, Gender, & Sexuality
Budget Item Pace
Pace Semester Tuition (billed to Pace University account) *   $24,775.00
Study Abroad Fee (billed to Pace University account) *   $100.00
International Travel Insurance (4-month coverage) mandatory *   $244.00
Billable subtotal:  $25,119.00
Round-trip Airfare   $1,200.00
Books & supplies   $150.00
U.S. Passport   $165.00
Visa Fees   $211.00
Housing and Meals (payable by student directly to host institution/provider)   $3,851.00
Personal Expenses (semester)   $1,000.00
Non-billable subtotal:  $6,577.00
Total: $31,696.00
SIT India: Public Health, Gender, & Community Action
Course Start Date: TBD

*Billable items are those that are paid directly to Pace University.
  • Note:  The “Pace Mandatory Accident and Sickness Insurance” will be billed by OSA to your student account – as if you were a student at one of Pace’s NY campuses. This insurance and related cost of it can be waived (with proof of parent's insurance policy) as per normal protocol through the Pace Portal.  This annual insurance fee is assessed every Fall semester.  If you are a new student starting in the Spring semester, or if you were on a leave of absence for the Fall semester, it will be assessed by OSA at the time of registration.
Non-billable items are those that will be billed directly by the provider (host institution/program, airline, etc.) and paid by the student.
  • This estimated budget has been prepared for the purpose of calculating eligibility for Financial Aid, and to serve as a guideline that assists students and their parents in budgeting for the additional living and discretionary expenses abroad that are not included in the cost of Pace University tuition. Actual figures may vary, and individual expenses may differ - due to personal needs, spending habits, and currency exchange rates. It is each student’s responsibility to verify and understand actual costs and expenses for their program.
  • All amounts are expressed in U.S. dollars and are based on current exchange rates at the time of preparation. 
Additional Considerations:
  • Housing: Based on the estimated cost for average housing. Cost may vary depending on accommodation style (residence hall, homestay, apartment), single or double occupancy, location, and length of the term.
  • Meals: Based on the average estimated cost for meals during the term. Cost varies depending on accommodation type (self-catered, meal plan, homestay) and personal preferences.
  • Airfare: Cost is based on round-trip NYC departure and return.
  • Visa/Passport/Residence Permit Fees: Requirements and estimated fees based on U.S. citizenship. Non-U.S. citizens may have different requirements and associated costs.
  • Personal expenses: The total amount of personal expenses listed above can vary depending on personal spending habits and individual needs. Personal expenses include, but are not limited to, cell phone purchase/usage, entertainment, etc
* Billable item