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The OUS seeks to make its exchange programs affordable and accessible. For detailed information regarding the program budget (both the program fee and an estimate of personal expenses), please click on the following:
- CBS Summer (undergraduate)
- CBS Fall term (undergraduate)
- CBS Winter/Spring Terms (undergraduate)
- CBS Academic Year (undergraduate)
The program fee includes academic and administrative fees, on-site support through CBS International, pre-departure orientation expenses, and health and accident insurance. Housing is not included in the program fee because of the range of housing options and the variation of costs. Housing options are described on the CBS web page with costs for the most recent semester: http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/accommodation. The program fee also does not include airfare, meals, visa expenses, campus-based fees* and personal expenses such as local transportation, textbooks, laundry, recreation (including continental travel), personal supplies and incidental expenses.
*Note: Students will be charged a Study Abroad Fee by their home OUS institution. This fee varies by institution though is generally about $300 per term and will be billed to students by their home university. Students should also determine with their home university whether resource fees for their major will be charged during their time abroad.
Program costs for the upcoming academic year will be set in May. The program fee for non-resident and graduate students is higher than that for resident undergraduates
Information regarding payment schedule and refund policy will be provided during the OUS orientation.
You can finance your exchange in Copenhagen in many ways. Most forms of financial aid, such as grants or loans for which you are eligible at your home campus, may be applied to the program. Veterans’ benefits may also be applied. Although most forms of financial aid may be applied to program costs, students should be aware that they may need to supplement their standard financial aid package.
In addition to the resources available through your Financial Aid Office, you can find a list of available local and national scholarships by clicking here.
More Information on Billing and Financial Aid
Click here for detailed billing and financial aid instructions for your particular university:
Click on the name of your University for contact information.
Eastern Oregon University
Inlow Hall 109E
La Grande, OR 97850
Oregon Institute of Technology
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
(541) 885- 1847
Oregon State University*
Sara Phillips or
1600 SW Western Blvd., Suite 290
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
(541) 737-6476 or (541) 737-2672
Portland State University
International Affairs, East Hall 101
632 SW Hall
Portland, OR 97207
Southern Oregon University
Stevenson Union 321
Ashland, OR 97520
University of Oregon
Oregon Hall 330
Eugene, OR 97403
Western Oregon University
Michele V. Price
Study Abroad &
Monmouth, OR 97361
* Also serves as the program Coordinator/Assistant.