Cost and Funding Your Trip

Estimated Cost Worksheet

Major Fees for 10-Week Semester (fees subject to change slightly) Amount
AIFS Enrollment Deposit
(due mid-November 2023)
($150 non-refundable)
AIFS program fee (estimate)
(includes room and board—breakfast only, medical insurance, and program activities—field trips, British Life and Culture lecturer's fees, classroom facility fees, London transport card, and student support services)
(amount not covered by financial aid due mid-December 2023)
AIFS airfare plus US taxes + transportation to/from airport (Due mid-December 2023) $1,043
DMACC tuition for 12 credits
($184 per credit, based on 12 credits; amount not covered by financial aid due Jan. 2024)
Subtotal Estimated Cost $9,765
Other Fees and Spending Amount
Refundable Damage Deposit
(due mid-December 2023)
(usually refunded)
Estimated Textbook Costs
(due Jan. 31, 2024)
(usually less)
Suggested additional spending money
(Includes lunches, dinners, and any amount spent on entertainment, travel, and personal expenses. NOTE: London is one of the most expensive cities in Europe.)
APPROXIMATE TOTAL (Including all estimated spending) $12,826

While this amount may appear large, no student has ever regretted the expense! Students are getting a great deal for the price.

Optional Packages Amount
Scotland Tour: 3-days, hostel stay, breakfasts, 2 dinners $695
Medical Insurance Upgrade $65

Benjamin Gilman National Scholarship

The Gilman Scholarship Program offers awards for undergraduate study abroad. This scholarship provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study abroad programs worldwide.

Application Deadline is October 5, 2023.

Deans and Provosts' Study Abroad Scholarships

DMACC will offer $1,000 scholarship for up to 10 students. Complete the application here.

Applications are due October 16, 2023 by 11:59 p.m. by email (make sure you receive confirmation) to:

Bethany Sweeney
Study Abroad Coordinator
Phone: 862-354-3117

Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship

The Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship supports first-generation, minority, and community college students in studying abroad.

Other Possible Scholarships Opportunities

Below are some links to various scholarships students might find useful:

The site,, links to 70 no-cost scholarship searches students can use to "match" themselves to scholarships that can be used for undergraduate study, overseas study, internships, and graduate and professional school study.