4. Your application will be considered as soon as all of the above documents have been submitted and that you have had an appointment with Mary Hicks.
5. Once you have been accepted into the program, you must do the following:
All students are registered for 12 hours of place holder hours at UNO prior to departure, though the actual number of hours students complete and recieve credit for may be greater than 12. Courses available at the host institutions vary from school to school. For current course listings, see the web sites for each institution. A link to each of these web sites is provided on the web page dedicated to each institution.
Program offerings and fees are subject to change.
Graduate credit is available at some schools with which we have agreements.
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The amount paid to UNO includes the application fee, tuition and fees for 12 credit hours at UNO, and Study Abroad Health Insurance, all due prior to departure.
Such fees as airfare, room and board, and miscellaneous personal expenses are not included, and vary widely depending upon the host institution and location (Paris will be much more expensive, say, than Prague). Housing arrangements are made via the host institution, and payment is made in the host country according to the arrangements made there.
UNO fees, (subject to change) are currently the following per semester. If you plan to stay for the entire year, double the amount.
LA Resident: $200 (application fee) + $3,289.00 (tuition & fees) + $180 ( health insurance) = $3,669.00 (approximate amount; additional UNO fees may also apply)
Non-resident: $200 (application fee) +$9,534.00 (tuition & fees) + $180 ( health insurance) = $9,914.00 (approximate amount; additional UNO fees may also apply)
Financial aid does apply. Consult with the Program Coordinator and your Financial Aid Counselor to be sure that your financial aid package is correctly applied to your chosen program. This should be taken care of as far in advance as possible.
Not a UNO student? Contact the UNO ISEP Office to start the process of applying for admission to the University of New Orleans.
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Scholarships and Awards
Study Abroad Advisor- The Benefits of Study Abroad>
IE Study Abroad Passport
Study Abroad Handbook by StudentsAbroad.com
CIA World Fact Book
French Consulate in Houston (the New Orleans French Consulate is an Honorary Consulate and does not handle visas)
U.S. Department of State Travel web site: information for US citizens travelling abroad, getting a passport, travel advisories, tips, etc.
To contact us, send e-mails to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 504-280-6388