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Portugal (July)

Costs

The deadlines for fees payable to the University of Toronto are as follows:

  • Application fee: February 1, 2023
  • Non-Refundable Deposit of $1,000 due one week after admission notification
  • All remaining fees due: April 3, 2023

2023 Costs of Studying in Portugal (Domestic Students)

  Amount Details
FEES PAID TO U OF T    
Application Fee $200 Paid at time of application
Course Fee $2,275* Includes $1,000 deposit
U of T Incidental Fees $192 Estimate based on 2022 part-time summer fees
Accommodation $570 Based on shared accommodation in off-campus residence
ADDITIONAL COSTS    
Airfare $1,000 Estimate - will depend on departure location and purchase date
Meals $500 Estimate - paid on site for purchased and self-prepared meals
Textbooks $40 Estimate
Medical Travel Insurance variable Students must provide proof of medical travel insurance
Miscellaneous Expenses variable All students should budget for miscellaneous expense (e.g. travel, gifts, etc.)
Approximate TOTAL Program Cost INCLUDING field trips $4,777 This figure does not include mandatory medical travel insurance

*Domestic (non-Ontario residents) pay an additional $36.

2023 Costs of Studying in Portugal (International Students)

  Amount Details
FEES PAID TO U OF T    
Application Fee $200 Paid at time of application
Course Fee $3,430 Includes $1,000 deposit
U of T Incidental Fees $192 Estimate based on 2022 part-time summer fees
Accommodation $570 Based on shared accommodation in off-campus residence
ADDITIONAL COSTS    
Airfare $1,000 Estimate - will depend on departure location and purchase date
Meals $500 Estimate - paid on site for purchased and self-prepared meals
Textbooks $40 Estimate
Medical Travel Insurance variable Students must provide proof of medical travel insurance
Miscellaneous Expenses variable All students should budget for miscellaneous expense (e.g. travel, gifts, etc.)
Approximate TOTAL Program Cost INCLUDING field trips $5,932 This figure does not include mandatory medical travel insurance

Financial Assistance

The following assistance is available for eligible students in this program. For additional awards and further details please see the Financial Aid section of the Summer Abroad website.

Summer Abroad Award
Awarded to students participating in the Summer Abroad Program, based on academic merit and financial need. Recipients must be Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident of Canada or Protected Person.
Variable. Up to $1,000 each.
Dora and Al Track Award
Awarded to undergraduate student(s) taking part in the Summer Abroad Program who completed at least one full-year of study (4 FCEs) with a GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrates financial need. The student(s) should be Canadian citizens or permanent residents. Preference will be given to Woodsworth College students who have never travelled abroad.
4 x up to $2,500 each
Dr Sam and Dr Doris Lau Bursary
Awarded to undergraduate students participating in the Summer Programs, based on financial need and academic merit. Candidate must be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person and be a domestic Ontario resident. 
21 x up to $7,000 each
Dr. Kathleen Wilcox Travel Abroad Award
Awarded to undergraduate student(s) participating in the Summer Abroad Program who has completed at least one full-year of study (4FCEs) with a GPA of at least 2.0 and demonstrates financial need. The student/s should be Canadian citizens. Preference will be given to students who have never travelled abroad.
3 x up to $1,080 each
Ingrid King-Hanna Award
Awarded to student/s participating in the Summer Abroad, based on academic merit and the quality of their application. Open to both domestic and international students.
1 x Approx. $1,300
John W. Browne Travel Award
Awarded to undergraduate student(s) taking part in the Summer Abroad Program who has completed at least one full-year of study (4 FCE’s) with a GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrates financial need. The student/s should be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident. Preference will be given to Woodsworth College students.
1 x up to $1,600 each
Marjorie E Simonds Travel Award
Awarded to students participating in the Summer Abroad program, based on merit. Recipient must have completed at least one full-year of study Preference will be given to Woodsworth College students.
12 x Up to $6,000 each
Rose Patten International Program Award
Awarded to students, participating in the Summer Abroad program, based on financial need. Must be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person and a domestic Ontario resident. Preference will be given to Woodsworth College students.
14 x up to $2,400 each
Ruth Kirkland Summer Abroad Scholarship
Awarded to undergraduate students participating in the Summer Abroad program, based on academic merit and quality of their application. Open to both domestic and international students.
4 x $5,000
Summer Abroad Inclusion, Diversity and Excellence
To be awarded to undergraduate students participating in the Summer Abroad program, based on academic achievement, financial need and recent contributions to the advancement of equity, diversity and inclusion. Preference will be given to Black and Indigenous students.
4 x $5,000
Woodsworth College Alumni Association Summer Abroad Award
Awarded to student(s) participating in the Summer Abroad program, based on merit. Preference will be given to a Woodsworth College student.
13 x up to $800 each