Wayne State College

Study Abroad in Ecuador

Costs and Requirements

Study Abroad in Ecuador

The program begins with two days of on-campus instruction. The traveling portion then begins for approximately 14 days. 

The cost for the Ecuador International Program is based on the Nebraska resident rate for tuition purposes. Non-resident students will pay additional based on the difference between their tuition rate and the Nebraska resident rate.  The cost includes tuition and fees for 6 credit hours at the Nebraska resident rate; roundtrip airfare from Omaha, Nebraska, to Quito, Ecuador, health and accident insurance transportation around Ecuador, housing, meals, admission fees and local transportation while on field trips, and English speaking professional guides. Program costs do not include passports and personal expenses. 

Eligibility: Students currently attending any college or university are welcome to attend. They should have at least a 2.5 GPA and can be any major.