University of Oviedo


2014 - 2015 Program Costs and Payment Policies



     Budget Items

Pennsylvania Residents

Non-Pennsylvania Residents

Billable Items


Undergraduate Tuition (15 semester hours)*



Spain Program Fee**



University Services Fee



Non-Billable Item Estimates


Visa Processing Fees



Roundtrip Airfare



Personal Expenses



Return trip from Oviedo to Madrid




  • Tuition rates are for 15 undergraduate credits.
  • *Per university policy, Temple students who are considered “upper division” are charged an additional $300 tuition per semester. “Upper division” is defined as an undergraduate student with a minimum of 60 earned credits, regardless of how obtained. This policy does not affect non-Temple students.
  • **The 2014 Spain Program Fee includes housing with a family and three meals a day in Oviedo; housing, excursions and all meals during the orientation week in Madrid (except for lunch on arrival day); travel from Madrid to Oviedo (but not from Oviedo to Madrid); and HTH Worldwide health insurance.
  • In addition to the items above, students should budget money for books, local and personal travel, and any additional personal expenses.
  • All costs are estimates and should be used as a guideline only.


Students admitted to the Temple in Spain semester program must confirm admission with a non-refundable deposit of $200 within two weeks of acceptance into the program. A non-refundable housing deposit of $200 is also required, with a due date typically in early November. Both deposits are credited to the student’s account. Temple University invoices students for all remaining program charges, at which point final payment must be made. Financial aid vouchers and/or award letters are the only exceptions to this policy. Students who have been awarded financial aid must present evidence of such awards according to the procedure outlined in the Financial Aid Section of our web site. More information and all payment due dates appear in the pre-departure information provided to students after acceptance.

To read the Temple in Spain Semester fee payment and refund policy, please visit



Temple University scholarship assistance is available to selected Temple students and is awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need. Temple students who meet the following eligibility requirements will be considered for a scholarship and may apply by completing the Temple University in Spain Scholarship application, available within the online program application, by
October 1st


Scholarship Eligibility

To be eligible for this award, students must:

  • be enrolled as a full-time, matriculated, Temple University student
  • have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0
  • have demonstrated financial need
  • have completed at least three undergraduate semesters by the time of anticipated enrollment in the Spain Spring Semester program
  • enroll as a full-time student in the Spain Spring Semester program
  • be a United States citizen or Permanent Resident

Gilman Scholarships provide awards for study abroad for U.S. citizens who are receiving Pell Grants. Selected recipients are awarded up to $5,000 to defray the costs associated with studying abroad. For more information about these scholarships, visit the Web site at

For additional scholarship resources, visit the Scholarships section of our web site at