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The following listing represents the Spring Budget Sheet for `Study Abroad Exchange in Mexico: Tecnológico de Monterrey.

Spring Budget Sheet for `Study Abroad Exchange in Mexico: Tecnológico de Monterrey
Spring Budget Sheet for `Study Abroad Exchange in Mexico: Tecnológico de Monterrey
Budget Item Internal
Estimated Drake Tuition and Fees (2020-21) *   $22,094.00
Estimated Housing and Non-Education Expenses *   $2,300.00
Billable subtotal:  $24,394.00
Estimated Airfare: To and from DSM   $800.00
Estimated Transportation Cost   $100.00
Estimated Meals   $1,000.00
Estimated Books & Supplies   $100.00
Estimated Visa/Entry/Departure Fees (U.S. Citizen)   $150.00
Estimated U.S. Passport and Related Fees   $175.00
Estimated Personal Expenses   $1,000.00
Non-billable subtotal:  $3,325.00
Total: $27,719.00
The pricing above reflects the previous year’s program cost and is only an ESTIMATE until the final costs are posted. Although not anticipated, program costs may change due to fluctuation in currency exchange rates, tuition increases, contracted agencies, or number of participants. Billable Items, (noted with an *) will be paid directly to Drake University through your Drake University student tuition account: Please note that the billable cost does NOT include any additional expenses associated with your program, which are your responsibility - please see the Estimated Additional costs (Non-Billable) section of the budget for estimates.

All students are responsible for reserving housing at their host institution.  The cost estimated above reflects the price for a homestay option with one meal included. Costs may vary if a different source of housing is chosen. Contact your Education Abroad Advisor and visit the program page to see if more information is available.  It is your responsibility to pay for your housing selection directly, as it will NOT be charged on your student tuition account.

Estimated additional costs are NOT billed to your Drake University student tuition account and include costs such as, airfare, airport tax, housing, meals, books and supplies, passport, visa, immunizations, medical visit, personal expenses, emergency funds or the cost of any independent travel. Costs can be affected by individual budgetary habits and currency fluctuations. The responsibility lies on the student to budget accordingly and responsibly. 

Students are generally able to apply their regular Financial Aid and scholarships on an exchange program similarly to how they would apply at Drake. Students should meet with a Financial Aid Advisor to confirm this. Any Financial Aid and scholarships will be applied to your Drake student account according to the regular disbursement schedules. 

Note that the Faculty/Staff Tuition Discount for main campus courses cannot be applied to study abroad. 
* Billable item