Oxford Costs & Financial Aid

FYSA Oxford

Costs & Financial Aid

Summer Semester
(Georgia Tech, Atlanta)

The FYSA program begins with a three-week Summer orientation at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. Students will be responsible for tuition (as listed on the Bursar’s website), Georgia Tech’s mandatory fees, and a program charge that includes housing, meals, field trips, and special events. More details about Summer fees are listed below.

Fall Semester
(Oxford, England & European Travel)

For both Oxford in-residence courses and travel courses, students pay Georgia Tech’s study-abroad tuition rates, as listed on the Bursar’s website. Additional fees include Georgia Tech’s mandatory student fees and the FYSA@Oxford Program Fee, which includes housing, all faculty-led excursions, some meals, and additional related expenses. More details about Fall fees are listed below.

Please note that, for each coming academic year, tuition rates are not posted until April when the Board of Regents (BOR) typically sets new tuition rates that take effect in Fall. We recommend that you review the tuition for the previous academic years (as listed on the Bursar’s website) to familiarize yourself with the tuition structure for Georgia Tech’s study-abroad programs.

FYSA Cost Breakdown

Fall 2024 Cost Comparison

 The FYSA@Oxford Program Fee includes:

Oxford In-Residence Lodging, Breakfasts, and Dinners

Lodging at Mansfield College of Oxford University in single rooms. Breakfast (drop-in) and dinner (seated) will be provided. The food is prepared by an in-house chef and dietary restrictions can be met.

Travel Study Expenses

Included is bus transportation with instructors and guides, accommodations in each city, hotel breakfasts, welcome dinners in each new city, and all museum / concert tickets. Students will share a room with one or two roommates.

FYSA@Oxford Program Charge  

  • CISI Medical Insurance coverage
  • Student Activities Fee
  • Administrative support

 The FYSA@Oxford Program Fee does not include:

Covid-19 PCR testing prior to departure (cost varies by provider)

Currently, students must show proof of a negative PCR test result when they depart the U.S. (or as mandated by their country of residence) and on arrival in Europe subject to change based on the status of the Coronavirus pandemic).

Spending money & incidentals

We advise students to budget $50 per week for personal expenses.


Estimated cost of $2,000, based on spending $10 per meal for some lunches and  dinners during throughout the program.

    Trip cancellation service

    We recommend purchasing supplemental trip cancellation insurance and/or insurance that international plane tickets are changeable.

    Books & supplies

    Estimated cost of $300-400.

    Passport costs

    All students must have a valid passport with at least 3 months of validity beyond the date they will depart for home at the end of the program.

    • $145.00 application and processing fee (US Government passports). Expedited service: An additional $60.

    Round-trip international airfare from the US

    Approximate cost is up to $1,800.

     Financial Aid & Scholarships

    Please visit the undergraduate Scholarships page on Georgia Tech’s Financial Aid website for more information.