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Summer Programs Costs, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

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Temple Students

  • Temple University Summer Scholarships ($1,000-$4,000): All Temple summer programs except for the Temple University, Japan Campus, program (see below). 
  • Temple University, Japan Campus Scholarships (up to $4,000 for the summer). 
  • Freeman Foundation East Asia Internship Program Scholarships awarded thanks to a grant from the Freeman Foundation. Additional scholarship funding of up to $5,000 for the summer is awarded to to select study abroad students participating in the TUJ internship program. 
  • TOMODACHI Internship Program Scholarships awarded thanks to a grant from the TOMODACHI Initiative. Scholarships of up to $5,000 are awarded to qualified students to participate in the TUJ internship program, with additional tuition support for out-of-state students (about $5000 for fall/spring; for summer, the amount varies depending on number of credits). 
  • Women in Global Leadership Program Scholarships awarded by The Vira Heinz Endowment. Three $5,000 scholarships awarded each year to Temple female students planning to spend a summer studying abroad and interested in leadership development and community service. Applicants must be sophomores or juniors at the time of application. 
  • For more information about these and other scholarship opportunities, please visit the Scholarships section.

All Students

Several organizations offer external scholarships that may be applied to Temple University summer abroad programs. These organizations include, but are not limited to:


Financial Aid

Temple students can visit the Financial Aid section for more information. Non-Temple students should consult with their home institution about aid and follow the procedures for transferring aid to Temple University.

Payment Policies

Students admitted to a Temple study abroad program must confirm participation with a non-refundable deposit of $200 within two weeks of acceptance to the program. This deposit is credited towards the student’s fees. For students choosing Temple-arranged housing (mandatory for some programs and optional for others; refer to the program descriptions online for specifics), a non-refundable housing deposit of $200 is required. This deposit is also credited to the student’s account. Due dates appear in the pre-departure information provided to students after their acceptance. Temple University invoices students for all remaining program charges, at which point final payment must be made.

Refund Policies and Procedures