Course Dates and Fees

CIES FEE SCHEDULE

All students will pay the following tuition and fees by the first day of classes each session:

CIES tuition per session (includes all books, photocopies, student activities, and FSU Card)

Calendar Year 2018: $2,100

Calendar Year 2019: $2,200

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FEE LIABILITY AND REFUND SCHEDULE

  • Application Fee: The $120 application fee is nonrefundable.
  • The Tuition Fee is due by the first day of classes. ***All payments are final and nonrefundable.
  • Payments must be made at the FSU Student Business Services Cashier's Office by cash, check, or money order, or online by credit/debit card, electronic check, or wire transfer. We do not accept any payments directly at CIES.
  • All Checks MUST be made out to "Florida State University".
  • Payments that are made in excess of the current tuition fee will be applied to future sessions. These payments are non-refundable.

 

STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE

Additional fees for health insurance must be paid by the first day of classes each session if the student does not already have proof of insurance that meets the FSU requirements. The cost of insurance is usually between $50 and $200 per month depending on the insurance plan and the student's age. Please see more information about student health insurance on our website HERE.

 

COURSE DATES

2018

Spring I 2018

January 4 Orientation and placement testing
  8 First day of classes
  15 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - No classes
February 23 Classes end
 

Spring II 2018

February 26 Orientation and placement testing
  28 First day of classes
March 12-16 Spring Break - No classes
April 20 Classes end and International Dinner
 

Summer I 2018

April 25 Orientation and placement testing
  30 First day of classes
May 28 Memorial Day - No classes
June 15 Classes end
 

Summer II 2018

June 18 Orientation and placement testing
  20 First day of classes
July 4 Independence Day - No classes
August 3 Classes end and International Dinner
 

Fall I 2018

August 23 Orientation and placement testing
  27 First day of classes
September 3 Labor Day - No classes
October 12 Classes end
 

Fall II 2018

October 15 Orientation and placement testing
  17 First day of classes
November 21-23 Thanksgiving Holiday - No classes
December 6 Classes end and International Dinner

2019

Spring I 2019

January 3 Orientation and placement testing
  7 First day of classes
  21 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - No classes
February 22 Classes end
 

Spring II 2019

February 25 Orientation and placement testing
  27 First day of classes
March 18-22 Spring Break - No classes
April 19 Classes end and International Dinner
 

Summer I 2019

April 25 Orientation and placement testing
  29 First day of classes
May 27 Memorial Day - No classes
June 14 Classes end
 

Summer II 2019

June 17 Orientation and placement testing
  19 First day of classes
July 4 Independence Day - No classes
August 2 Classes end and International Dinner
 

Fall I 2019

August 22 Orientation and placement testing
  26 First day of classes
September 2 Labor Day - No classes
October 11 Classes end
 

Fall II 2019

October 14 Orientation and placement testing
  16 First day of classes
November 11 Veteran's Day - No classes
  27-29 Thanksgiving Holiday - No classes
December 6 Classes end and International Dinner
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Phunoi, Thailand

“I studied English at CIES for 4 sessions and I enjoyed my study there every single day. My academic English skill improved a lot and I also gained a different type of social awareness. CIES will not just teach you English but they will teach you how to be open minded and passionate for others through their class activities among international students. English is always fun at CIES and the people here are too nice to not miss.”

Fabrice, Burkina Faso

“CIES is an amazing place for learning English and embracing the American culture. Apart from that, CIES is also a good place to meet people from different parts of the world and an opportunity to build relationship. The teaching quality and all the hard work has helped me get a good TOEFL score and be able to get my admission at Tallahassee Community College.”

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