Each year, Clemson faculty members lead and direct study abroad programs at locations around the world. For the majority of these programs, you travel with CU faculty and take CU courses. You are registered for CU courses and receive a grade for these courses just as you would if you were on campus.
Costs include Clemson in-state tuition and fees, the study abroad fee, the application fee, and the program fee. Students are also responsible for their personal expenses on site which include airfare, meals, passport and visas, etc. Please refer to your program homepage for detailed information on the costs associated with your study abroad program. The Office of Global Engagement reserves the right to cancel any program, revise its offerings, or to make any adjustments to the preliminary cost estimates due to conditions beyond its control.
Clemson has exchange agreements with many institutions around the world. These exchange agreements give you the chance to study at an overseas university, and "in exchange" give a student from the overseas university a chance to study at Clemson. While overseas, you remain registered at Clemson in a course called SAP 1010. This course maintains your status as a full-time Clemson student. You will enroll directly in classes at the overseas university. You must have your classes at the overseas university pre-approved so that you will receive transfer credit (hours only, not grades) after we receive a copy of the transcript from the overseas university.
Costs include full-time Clemson tuition and fees, the study abroad fee, residential costs and fees (to host university or other entity, see Payments below) and your personal living and travel expenses.
Many study abroad opportunities are available through third-party provider programs. Clemson maintains memberships and affiliations with a number of these providers. Generally, third-party providers give you assistance with logistical arrangements (travel, visas, etc.), as well as with the classes and academic components of your study abroad experience. While overseas, you remain registered at Clemson in a course called TSAP 1010. This course maintains your status as a full-time Clemson student. Class enrollments while you are overseas are made through the third-party provider. You must have your classes pre-approved so that you will receive transfer credit (hours only, not grades) after we receive a copy of the transcript from the third-party provider.
Costs include the study abroad fee, program and tuition fees, and your personal living and travel expenses.