Berklee Study Abroad: Tuition, Fees, and Funding | Berklee Valencia Campus

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Berklee Study Abroad: Tuition, Fees, and Funding

Tuition and Related Costs

The following costs are for the 2017-2018 academic year. Required and optional charges are billed directly to you on your tuition statement. Indirect costs are an estimate of associated travel and living costs, and vary depending on each student's individual situation and preferences.

Required Charges

Charges below are for Berklee College of Music and Berklee Online undergraduate students. Students from Emerson, USFQ, and Tecnólogico de Monterrey should check with their institution to confirm program costs.

Tuition (per semester)
Tuition is the same as Berklee's Boston campus
$20,765 (degree)
$17,895 (diploma)
Comprehensive Fee (per semester)
Fee is the same as Berklee's Boston campus
$610
Study Abroad Program Fee (per semester)
Program fee includes supplemental health and travel insurance, orientation events, and cultural activities.
$516
Housing (per semester)
See housing details.
$3,100 (double room)
$4,205 (single room)

Optional Charges

Berklee's Student Health Insurance Plan
Primary health insurance is mandatory, however, Berklee's Student Health Insurance Plan may be waived. See Health and Travel Insurance.
TBD
Granada Trip
See trip details.
$590

Indirect Costs

Passport
Fee varies by type of service requested and passport country.
$0-$210
Student Visa
Fee varies by student's passport country.
U.S.
*Canada
*European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland
Other
-
-
$160
TBD
N/A
$64
Round-Trip Airfare to Valencia
Estimated airfare to and from Boston
$800-$1200
Books (per semester)
Estimated cost (same as Boston).
$237
Meals (per semester)
The lower cost range is if you mostly buy food at the supermarket and cook at the residence. The higher range is if you mostly eat at inexpensive cafeterias, sandwich shops, and cafes. Many students do both and spend somewhere in the middle of the range. Meal plans are available for purchase at the residence, however most students don't purchase one. (See housing details.)
$800-$1,800
Local Transportation (per semester)
Cost is estimated based on public bike rental, bus, and metro.
$300
Personal Expenses
Personal items, shopping, entertainment, etc.
$500

*The fee varies for Canadian citizens. Contact the Study Abroad Office for information.
Citizens of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland do not need a visa to study in Spain.

Program Deposit

Berklee Students: Berklee College of Music and Berklee Online students must pay a $500 program deposit to confirm their place in the program. Your deposit will be deducted from your bill for your semester abroad. The deposit is non-refundable and non-transferrable. If you withdraw from the program or defer your application to a future semester, you will lose your deposit.

Pay Program Deposit

Non-Berklee Students: You will receive information from your home school about confirming your place in the program.

First Year Abroad Students: Visit First Year Abroad: Accepted Students for more information about paying your tuition deposit.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Berklee Financial Aid and Scholarships

Berklee financial aid and scholarships (except work-study) apply towards study abroad in Valencia. Upon being accepted to the program, it is recommended that students contact Student Financial Services to meet with their financial aid counselor and review their award package.

Santander Universities Grants

roger-and-santander A limited number of Santander Universities Grants are available to Berklee students applying for study abroad. Grants of up to $2,500 will be awarded to students based on financial need.

How to Apply for the Santander Universities Grant
All Berklee students that apply to study abroad will be considered for a grant. To qualify, domestic students must have a current FAFSA on file with Student Financial Services and international students must have a current International Aid Application on file.

Gilman Scholarship

The Gilman Scholarship Program provides study abroad awards for U.S. citizen undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding. Scholarship deadlines are typically in March for the fall semester and in October for the spring semester. Award amounts vary depending on the length of study and student need. Visit the Gilman Scholarship website for more information and to apply.

Fund for Education Abroad (FEA)

The Fund for Education Abroad offers a variety scholarships to students who, in addition to meeting general eligibility requirements, also meet select demographic, regional, or semester criteria. Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Read the information on the applicant page to see more information about these scholarships.

Resident Activities Coordinator

Berklee students who are accepted to the Study Abroad program can apply for this position based in Valencia, Spain.

The resident activities coordinator (RAC) serves as a liaison between study abroad students, Galileo Galilei residence hall staff, and Berklee’s student affairs team in Valencia. RACs are responsible for building community in the residence hall, helping students make connections with each other, and acting as a resource for students with questions or concerns.

Being the RAC requires approximately 20 hours of time per week.

Compensation:

  • The RAC receives a 55 percent discount on a single room or an 85 percent discount on a double room in the residence hall.
  • The Granada trip fee is waived (the RAC is required to attend).

Required Responsibilities:

  • Attend a one-day training upon arrival in Valencia, preferably before orientation week
  • Attend weekly staff meetings with residence hall and student affairs staff
  • Assist the student affairs staff in coordinating and leading the Granada trip
  • Get to know all study abroad students at the residence hall by name
  • Help as needed with roommate conflicts, academic concerns, adjustment problems, and any day-to-day student life questions, not necessarily to solve all issues but to refer students to the appropriate person when needed
  • Design and develop programs and activities that help introduce students to the residence hall, Berklee campus, and community in Valencia

Required/Preferred Skills:

  • Previous leadership role at Berklee (resident advisor, peer advisor, ambassador, student club leader, etc.) preferred
  • Must be in good standing (academic, disciplinary, financial) at the college
  • Must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Must abide by all Valencia rules and regulations
  • Fluency in Spanish and English preferred

Accepted Berklee students will receive more information about how to apply after the study abroad application deadline.