Tuition & Fees

This 2015 Oxford Study Abroad Program will take place during the summer semester May 11-August 15, 2015 with a required two-week class in Oxford, England from June 22 - July 3, 2015 or July 6 - 17, 2015.

Oxford Program Fees*

  • One Course Only:$4,950
  • Both Courses: $9,900

Costs include tuition, estimated at RSG rates, fees, daily breakfast and lunch, and lodging, as indicated below, but does not include travel expenses, books, dinner, or other costs.

A non-refundable $250 deposit must be submitted in order for application to be considered. Students who have paid their deposits will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. Limited space available.


Each student will be charged the tuition rate of the degree granting school. Any non-Regent students will be charged the School of Government rate of $650 per credit hour.

*Please note that Oxford Program costs are estimated and may vary. Finalized costs are projected to be assessed in early 2015. Tuition rates are based on School of Government rates of $650 per credit hour. For Law Students 2014-2015 tuition fees will apply.

Financial Aid for Summer

Federal student loans are available for the cost of attendance: airfare, tuition, fees, books, and room/board. Personal expenses, purchases, and additional travel costs are not included. Students please see the Regent University Financial Aid page for more information.

Food, Lodging & Transportation

Private single room, daily chef-prepared breakfast and lunch, guided walking tour of Oxford, a semi-formal welcome tea, final gala celebration (for second course participants), and official course field trips are included in the above program costs. Students are responsible for travel expenses from the United States to Oxford, books and daily dinner meal in Oxford.


A valid passport is required for travel to England and is the responsibility of each student. Early application is recommended.

To find out more passport information or apply online visit the U.S. Department of State passport webpage. New airline rules state that you must have your passport before you can reserve an airline ticket overseas. Some countries require that your passport be valid at least six (6) months beyond the dates of your trip. Some airlines will not allow you to board if this requirement is not met.

If you are not a citizen of the United States, but are a permanent resident, you will be required to submit a copy of your Permanent Resident card (see registration form). Contact the nearest State Department Office or Post Office for further information.