Northern Arizona University

Northern Arizona University Overview

Founded in 1899, Northern Arizona University has a long commitment to educating undergraduate and graduate students. Accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the university inspires students to become active citizens, leaders, visionaries, and problem solvers with an understanding of global issues.

Northern Arizona University’s beautiful 738 acre campus promotes sustainable practices including progressive recycling efforts, shuttle buses powered with biodiesel, and three newly constructed energy-efficient buildings. With a growing enrolment of 26,606 students from 48 states and 70 countries, Northern Arizona University reaches out to students regionally with satellite campuses and opportunities for distance learning. From its inception, NAU has implemented innovative and accountable teaching practices.

Swansea University currently has a University-wide agreement in place with Northern Arizona University.

Subject Suitability

This destination is an option for students studying American Studies, Classics, History and Business Management.

Please note that places and availability can change annually so specific destinations can’t be guaranteed.

Key Information

Dates

Semester 1 Semester 2
 27th August 2018 - 13th December 2018  14th January 2019 - 9th May 2019

Application Deadline: 01/03/2018

Costs

Please note that certain courses will incur additional fees. Estimate does not include personal expenses. Students should estimate at least USD $1,500 per semester for personal expenses.

 

Fall Semester Fees (USD)

Spring Semester Fees (USD)

Mandatory Student Fees

$525

$525

Housing

$2,750

$2,750

Meals

$2,050

$2,050

Books & Supplies

$500

$500

Mandatory Health Insurance

$750

$1,150

Total

$7,175

$7,825

Immunization verification form: the Immunization verification form is required in order to register for classes and is to help ensure the health of the entire student population. NAU requires the verification of measles (rubeola) immunizations for all students.

Accommodation

On-Campus Housing is very popular and you must apply by the deadlines. Residing on-campus provides a convenient, economical, and fun living environment for students. The Office of Residence Life is the campus department responsible for housing students at NAU. We recommend visiting their website for more information about living on campus and the cost of rent.

Global Opportunities Bursary - £1000

The Global Opportunities Bursary is available for students spending a semester or a year studying abroad outside of Europe as part of their degree (except Texas).

The International Development Office provides students with a £1000 bursary, once students have submitted all the necessary paperwork.

Please note

The prospect of studying at a university abroad is exciting, but there is also a lot of information you need to consider when choosing the right place for you. Above you will find summarised information which should help you with your decision. Please note that this information was accurate at the time of publishing and is subject to change. Be sure to confirm all information on the host university's website.