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These costs represent the total tuition and related costs for one year of undergraduate education at Berklee for students attending First Year Abroad. First Year Abroad is a full-time degree program that lasts for two semesters: fall and spring. Tuition and fees are subject to change.
Required charges and optional charges are charged directly to you on your tuition bill. Indirect costs are an estimate of associated travel and living costs, and vary depending on each student's individual situation and preferences.
The tuition deposit is credited toward tuition charges in the first semester of attendance.
See Paying your Tuition Deposit
|Berklee Tuition (per semester) |
Tuition is same as in Boston.
See Tuition Payment Methods
|Berklee Comprehensive Fee (per semester)|
Fee is same as in Boston
|Student Health Insurance Plan |
Students must accept enrollment in Berklee's Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) or submit a waiver request indicating comparable coverage. See Health and Travel Insurance for more information.
|See cost for Berklee's SHIP.|
|First Year Abroad Program Fee (per semester)|
Fee includes supplemental Spanish health insurance (MAPFRE) and access to Berklee's medical assistance program in Valencia.
|Housing (per semester)|
Housing is required for all students. Meals are not included. Read about housing.
|Mandatory Entering Student Software and Hardware Package|
The software package is purchased directly from Berklee.
*The housing and program fees will be updated soon.
|Mandatory Laptop Computer|
Students must bring their own laptop that meets the requirements for entering students.
|$1,000 - $2,000|
Fee varies depending on the type of service requested and passport country.
|$0 - $210|
|Student Visa Fee|
Fee varies depending on country of citizenship.
|$0 - $160|
As a supplement to the University Refund Policy, we also offer a Tuition Insurance program through Liberty Mutual Insurance which provides 100% reimbursement of all insured tuition, room and board, and some fees. Coverage includes withdrawal due to illness, injury, mental health issues and other reasons. Visit the Tuition Insurance page to learn more.
The cost of attendance for a student is an estimate of that student’s educational expenses for the period of enrollment.
Cost of attendance for 2020/2021 includes charges billed directly to you by Berklee and indirect costs that go along with attending the college. Your total financial aid (grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study) cannot exceed your total cost of attendance.
|Tuition (per year)||$44,360|
|Fees (per year)|
First Year Abroad Program Fee
|Housing (per semester)*|
See housing options
|Double room: $3,380|
Single room: $4,998
|Software Package (per year)||$1,285.63 (TBD)|
|Meals (per year)*|
Depending if you buy food and cook at home or eat at local restaurants and cafes.
|Personal expenses (per year)||$1,410|
|Transportation (per year)||$2,400|
|Books (per year)||$474|
|*Loan fees (per year)||$44|
|Total costs (per year)|
Including required, optional, and indirect charges.
*Calculated using an average of housing and meal costs.
Required charges include directly billed charges, which include tuition and fees.
Indirect costs are expenses related to going to college that will not appear on your bill.
Students and families must arrange and pay for all travel to and from Berklee. In addition, students should plan to arrive on campus with sufficient funds to cover the costs of books and incidental expenses. Review the chart for the details on estimated costs of transportation, Federal Stafford Loans, and other items.
For more detailed costs relating to the current academic year, please visit the First Year Abroad Tuition and Fees page.
All domestic and international applicants to Berklee's full-time degree or diploma programs will be automatically considered for merit-based scholarships through our admissions process.
You and your family can begin the process of applying for need-based financial aid at Berklee by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This application will gather information about your family's financial situation and enable you to be considered for a range of federal, state, and institutional funding.
The FAFSA is required for citizens and permanent residents of the United States who wish to apply for federal student aid, including federal grants and loans.
Visit the Office of Student Financial Services website to learn more.