Zanzibar Study Abroad

Tuition and Fees

Zanzibar Information

We are pleased to announce that the Zanzibar Winter Intersession Program on Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking will operate during the 2014-15 Winter Intersession. 

Tuition will be assessed at a rate of $1,500 per credit. Non-Seton Hall students will pay a $250 activity fee and a $200 university fee. Seton Hall students will be assessed a $1,000 administrative fee, rather than a per-credit tuition charge, and a $250 activity fee. 

Students should also anticipate the following additional expenses

  1. Airfare
  2. Accommodation/Transportation
  3. Health Insurance
  4. Visa and Passport Fees
  5. Ground Transportation while in Tanzania
  6. Living Expenses (spending money, food, emergency fund)

AIRFARE
Students are responsible for paying for their own airfare. Students should book their flight to arrive and depart from the Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar-Es-Salaam .

ACCOMMODATION/TRANSPORTATION
Students will be required to pay approximately $1,500 for housing (double occupancy) during the program and transportation within Tanzania (including air, ground, boat and/or ferry transportation.)

HEALTH INSURANCE
Each student must have a health insurance plan that includes coverage for medical care overseas. If the student does not have such a plan in force, the program can recommend a number of inexpensive insurance plans. Most of the plans offer insurance for a very small premium. Health insurance is mandatory for participation in this program. All health insurance policies must insure the student for hospitalization, medical evacuation and repatriation of remains. You will be required to provide proof of insurance before registration in the program.

VISA AND PASSPORT FEES
A student must possess a valid passport, with an expiration date more than six months beyond our date of departure from Tanzania. A valid visa also is needed for entry into Tanzania. A Tanzanian visa, for U.S. citizens, costs $100. The program will assist in arranging visas for students holding a U.S. passport. As of this writing, a US passport costs $135 ($110 to renew).

STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE
Each student is required to pay a $250 activity fee to cover miscellaneous costs such as tipping and program lunches and dinners.

LIVING EXPENSES
Living expenses will depend on how lavishly or frugally a student wishes to live. We recommend a budget of about $25 a day, which will allow for a comfortable experience. Souvenir, entertainment, and shopping costs are extra and not included in this figure.

BOOKS
The course pak for the Slavery, Trafficking and the Law course will be provided for students free of charge. Students will be responsible for the cost(s) of any additional book(s).

FINANCIAL AID
Financial Aid for the Zanzibar program must be included in your annual Financial Aid budget.

A TYPICAL STUDENT BUDGET
A typical student budget for the Zanzibar Winter Intersession Program (posted 2/14/13):

Non-Seton Hall Students  

Airfare

$2,0001

Hotels, Transfers and Transportation within Tanzania

$1,5002

Activity Fee

$250

University Fee

$200

Tuition (2 credits at $1,500 per credit)

$3,0003

Passport and Visa Fees

$235

Insurance

$200

Vaccinations

$500

Miscellaneous Expenses

$1,000

Total (2 credits) $8,685
Total with Optional Safari ($2,700)4 (2 credits) $11,585
Total (3 credits) $10,385
Total with Optional Safari ($2,700)4 (3 credits) $13,085

 

Seton Hall Students  

Airfare

$2,0001

Hotels, Transfers and Transportation within Tanzania

$1,5002

Administrative Fee

$1000

Activity Fee

$250

Passport and Visa Fees

$235

Insurance

$200

Vaccinations

$500

Miscellaneous Expenses

$1,000

Total $6,685
Total with Optional Safari ($2,700)4 $9,385

1Airfares are subject to fluctuation and this number is only an estimate.  Students required to pay a higher airfare because of market conditions should submit documentation showing an obligation to pay the higher airfare and that amount will be included in budget.
2Single Room Supplement - $500. Cost is subject to change.
3Students may also enroll for a third credit (Maritime Crimes).
4Price of optional safari subject to change.