Spring 2015

Sept. 15 Application Deadline
Feb. 2 Official Arrival Day (Monday)
Feb. 3-20 Orientation and Pre-Semester Czech Language Course
Feb. 3 Orientation Meeting
Feb.4-6 Intensive Czech Language and Culture Course
Feb.9,16 Mandatory Day Trips (tentative)
Feb.10-13 Intensive Czech Language and Culture Course
Feb.17-20 Intensive Czech Language and Culture Course
Feb. 23 Semester Begins, Add and Drop Period Begins
Mar. 1 Add and Drop Period Ends
March (TBA) Classroom Europe: Poland
Mar. 30 Midterm Exam Period Begins
April (TBA)     Classroom Europe: Germany
April 9 Midterm Exam Period Ends
April (TBA) Classroom Europe: Austria
Apr. 5 Holiday-Easter-No Classes (Monday)
April 25 Makeup Day (Friday Classes, Mandatory)
May (TBA) Classroom Europe: Turkey
May 8 Holiday-Liberation Day-No Classes (Friday)
May 11 Final Exam Period Begins
May 20 Farewell Party
May 22 Final Exam Period Ends
May 22 Semester Ends
May 23 Official Departure Day (Saturday)


Students participating in UM-on-Location programs pay regular UM tuition.

Program Fee
The program fee for Spring 2015 is $2,400.

The program fee includes:
    • Airport shuttle service to the dorm on the official arrival day   
    • University housing in dormitory including breakfast   
    • On-site residential assistance   
    • Four weekend excursions to Poland, Germany, Austria, and Turkey (includes: transportation, accommodation,   some entrance fees and guided tours)   
    • Two excursions in the Czech Republic   
    • Guided tours of Prague   
    • 24-hour emergency assistance   
    • Cultural coordinator services   
    • Student ID card   
    • Farewell party

Personal Expenses
Student expenses will vary according to individual spending habits and travel. Past participants have reported spending between $500 to $700 per month on additional expenses. Expenses may also increase or decrease depending on the exchange rate at the time of study, and can affect the cost of studying abroad. For information on exchange rates, visit or

Passport and visas fees should also be considered when planning your study abroad.