Dates & Costs
Core English Language Program Sessions
|Summer A 2013||Summer B 2013||Fall A 2013||Fall B 2013|
|Testing Day||May 24, 8am||July 19, 8am||August 29, 9am||October 24, 9am|
|Orientation||May 24||July 19||August 30||October 25|
|Class Start Date||May 28||July 22||September 3||October 28|
|End Date||June 20||August 15||October 24||December 19|
|Weeks of Instruction||4||4||8||8|
|Summer A 2013||Summer B 2013|
*One time application fee of $100.
|Fall A 2013||Fall B 2013||Spring A 2014||Spring B 2014|
|Spring A 2014||Spring B 2013||Fall A 2014||Fall B 2014|
Dates and costs are subject to change. The Application Fee is non-refundable. IEI does not arrange housing.
Estimated Living Expenses (8 weeks)
Housing & Meals (varies by room & meal plan choice) – $2,312.00
Medical Insurance (varies by insurer) – $275.00
Estimated Personal Expenses – $200.00
Estimated Housing & Insurance Expenses Subtotal: – $2,787.00
Estimated Cost of Study & Housing Expenses for 8-Week Session – $5,385.00
Estimated Cost of Study & Housing Expenses for Two Sessions – $10,733.00
IEI Processing Fee and IEI Course Fees are non-refundable. All fees are subject to change. All international students and their dependents in the U.S. are required to show proof of insurance that meets the minimal requirements of the University of Maine’s International Student Medical Insurance Plan.
Payment must be in US$ to the “University of Maine.” [Part-time study at the IEI costs $550 per course for each 7-8 week session. Minimum Fall or Spring part-time enrollment is two courses (or $1,100) per session. The cost for each 4-week summer session course is $275--again with a two course (or $550) minimum per session.]
For UMaine Fees information, click here.
All international students and dependents in the U.S. must show proof of insurance that meets the minimal requirements of the University of Maine’s International Student Medical Insurance Plan. If you provide proof of adequate medical insurance coverage, you can avoid this expense. [Coverage for dependents costs more than the student rate.]