DIS prides itself on transparent, comprehensive tuition fees with no hidden costs to your students! As a non-profit organization, it is DIS policy to keep the price to a minimum, while incorporating several extra benefits into the cost for your students such as your Program Study Tours, textbooks, and commuting fees. Once published, fees will not change.
DIS is able to invoice students directly, send student invoices to a partner university, or work out customized billing arrangements depending on your home university needs. Contact Mary Malone, firstname.lastname@example.org, for information about Consortium Agreements & Payments.
Invoices are issued via email approximately six weeks prior to each term’s start date, and all fees must be paid to DIS before arrival. Checks, money orders, and wire transfers made payable to DIS are the only acceptable forms of payment. In exceptional cases, written permission by DIS to postpone part of the payment may be arranged. If all fees are not paid by the end of the Arrival Workshop, students may be dismissed from DIS.