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South Korea

Costs

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

  • Application fee: due February 3, 2020
  • Deposit of $1,000 due one week after admission notification
  • All remaining fee: due April 9, 2020

2020 Costs for Studying in South Korea (Domestic Students)

  Amount Details
Application Fee $200 Paid at time of application
Course Fee $3,600 Includes $1,000 deposit
U of T Incidental Fees $180 Estimate based on 2019 part-time summer fees
Field Trip Fees $1,500 Includes transportation, accommodation and entrance fees for all field trips
Accommodation $900 Based on shared accommodation in the Ewha Womans University residence
Airfare $1,575 Estimate - will depend on departure location and purchase date
Meals $750 Estimate - paid on site for purchased and self-prepared meals
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    
Domestic Students $8,705 This figure does not include mandatory medical travel insurance

2020 Costs for Studying in South Korea (International Students)

  Amount Details
Application Fee $200 Paid at time of application
Course Fee $4,755 Includes $1,000 deposit
U of T Incidental Fees $180 Estimate based on 2019 part-time summer fees
Field Trip Fees $1,500 Includes transportation, accommodation and entrance fees for all field trips
Accommodation $900 Based on shared accommodation in the Ewha Womans University residence
Airfare $1,575 Estimate - will depend on departure location and purchase date
Meals $750 Estimate - paid on site for purchased and self-prepared meals
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    
International Students $9,860 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 Bursary
3 x $3,000
Dora and Al Track Award
The recipient must be a Woodsworth College student with a minimum CGPA of 3.0
1 x $1,000
Dr. Sam and Dr. Doris Lau Scholarships
Multiple, $500 - $4,500
John Browne Award
Preference will be given to Woodsworth College students.
1 x $750
Marjorie E. Simonds Travel Award
Students apply by submitting a letter to the summer Abroad office stating how they would benefit from receiving this award. Preference will be given to Woodsworth College students.
Various
Rose Patten International Program Award
The recipient of this award must be a Woodsworth College student.
2 x $1,000
Ruth Kirkland Summer Abroad Scholarship
Awarded to students studying in any of the programs offered, based on academic merit and quality of their application.
3 x $3,000