Cost & Financial Aids


Please contact AEA for details regarding the current year's program fee. The program fee covers:

• Round-trip airfare from a U.S. departure city
• All program-related transportation within Europe
• Tuition
• Room & board (includes homestays)
• Reading materials (some books must be purchased)
• International student I.D. card (includes basic insurance)
• Administrative services of Antioch Education Abroad

This does not include spending money. An estimate of $60 to $70 per week (at least $800 total) is adequate for most people for personal expenses. Also, personal spending for hygiene, dietary choices, entertainment and gifts vary greatly. Students should consider their spending habits as well as plans for additional travel when budgeting for the program.

Financial Aid

Making inquiries and arrangements for financial aid is the responsibility of the student. Many students have been able to apply financial aid from their home institution to the Europe in Transition Program.

  • Early contact with the home institution's financial aid and study abroad offices is strongly advised.
  • According to the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act (102-325), federal financial aid is transferable and applicable to study abroad.
  • Individual payment plans through Antioch Education Abroad may be arranged.
  • AEA has compiled a list of resources regarding outside grants and scholarships that may be applicable to this study abroad program.

Should you have any further questions about financial aid, please call the AEA office at (800) 874-7986.