Student exchanges operate under the principle of reciprocity.
ESU sends students to foreign institutions and receives students from other institutions.
While away, ESU students continue to be regular students at ESU.
They pay tuition and fees at ESU and do not have to pay tuition at the host institution.
Some mandatory fees at the home institution may apply. In the case of study abroad providers, tuition is paid directly to these agencies.
Depending on the program, some mandatory study abroad application fees are required.
For example, ISEP requires a study abroad fee that ranges from $60 (ISEP-Direct) to $360 (ISEP-Exchange).
Depending on the program, students may need to cover the cost of housing and meals abroad.
All living expenses and airfare are responsible for the student for semester exchanges.
Students are responsible for their living expenses while studying abroad.