Tuition and Fees
Tuition and related fees for a semester in Valencia, Spain are the same as for a semester in Boston.
Upon acceptance, a non-refundable $300 program deposit is required to confirm a spot in the program. The deposit can be paid online at www.berklee.edu/tuitiondeposit.
Students stay at the Galileo Galilei student residence, located at the Valencia Polytechnic University. Your choices are a single room with private bath or a double room with a private bath that is shared by you and your roommate. Internet, linens (sheets and towels), and weekly cleaning services are included. For 2014-2015, the housing cost per student per semester is $4,080 for a single and $2,690 for a double. The housing fee does not include a meal plan. You will have the option to purchase a meal plan at the student residence.
All students are required to live in the student residence. Living together as a cohort of students provides a safe and comfortable environment while abroad. However, if you have a parent/guardian that lives in Valencia, are age 24 or older, or have a disability that requires accommodations that the student residence is not able to provide, you may request to have the housing requirement waived. Please contact the Study Abroad office for more information.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Berklee financial aid and scholarships (except work-study) apply to your semester in Valencia. Upon being accepted to the program, it is recommended that you meet with your financial aid counselor to review your award package. You must ensure that you fulfill all requirements necessary to maintain your award(s) before departing for the program. If you have received a scholarship from a source outside of Berklee, you should speak with the Bursar’s Office to review how the award can be applied to the cost of the program.
The Gilman Scholarship Program offers awards for undergraduate study abroad and was established by the International Academic Opportunity Act of 2000. This scholarship provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding to participate in study abroad programs. Visit the Gilman Scholarship website for more information and to apply.
As a student in this program, you are responsible for all program-related costs. While in Valencia, you will incur additional costs for incidental expenses such as personal items, entertainment, and independent travel. All costs are subject to change.
Tuition, fees, health insurance, and book costs are the same as in Boston. Here are other costs to consider:
Housing: $2,690-$4,080 (per semester)
* Housing cost does not include a meal plan.
Meal Plan (optional): $220 (per month)
* Meal plan is optional and available for purchase at the student residence. The price listed is for two meals per day (breakfast plus either lunch or dinner).
Passport Fee (if applicable): $110-$210
* Passport fees are for obtaining a new or renewed U.S. passport and vary depending on the type of service requested.
Student Visa Fee (if applicable): $80-$160
* Student visa fees vary depending on country of citizenship. Citizens of the European Union (EU) do not need a visa to study in Spain.
Round-Trip Airfare to Valencia: $800-$1,200
* Based on standard round-trip flights from Boston to Valencia.
For questions or more information about the program, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617 747-2700.