Various photos of areas around Argentina and Chile

Tuition and fees are set by Miami University's Bursar Office. Non-academic program fees include accommodations, some meals, airport pick-up and transfer, guides, entrance fees and excursions.

Please Note: Students are responsible for personal expenses, as noted below.

Fees Paid to Miami: $7,028.58 (In-State) $9,397.62 (Out-of-State)

Non-academic Fees: $3,500

  • Transportation - $600
  • Housing - $2,000
  • Meals - $500
  • Field trips - $400

Non-academic fees are due in two installments.*

  1. $2,000 non-refundable deposit due within two weeks of acceptance
  2. Remaining balance due by August 15, 2020. This balance is non-refundable after August 15, 2020

*At this point, we anticipate that winter programs will run as planned. If that changes and the university cancels the program prior to departure, we will refund all payments made to the university.  

Academic Fees

  • Non-refundable administrative fee: $175.00
  • In-State Fee: $3,353.58
  • Out-of-State Fee: $5,722.62
  • Tuition rates are subject to change by the University.  Tuition will be billed through the bursar about a month prior 

    to program start date.

Estimated personal expenses: $2,668

  • Airfare from US to Santiago, Chile and return from Buenos Aires, Argentina - $1,568
  • Non-program meals - $600
  • Personal Spending –$500

Expenses will vary according to level of personal spending. This expense will include personal shopping and other personal spending/expenses. We strongly recommend that you plan to take enough money in order to enjoy your experience comfortably. In addition, an emergency source of funds, such as a credit card, should be arranged for in case of difficulties.