THE PRICE FOR THE 2010 PROGRAM IS AS FOLLOWS:
Out of the Gateway city of BOSTON, Massachusetts - $3,999
Out of the Gateway city of CHARLOTTE, North Carolina - $3,999
Out of the Gateway city of JFK-New York, New York - $3,999
The program cost WITHOUT AIRFARE is - $3,399*
* Participants arranging own airfare/travel are required to join the group in Salzburg, not Munich. Transportation from the Munich airport can be arranged separately.
OPTIONAL ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS TO PROGRAM:
- Single Room with Private Bath $500
- Single Room on Weekend Excursions $200 per trip [Based on Availability/Must be Booked & Requested in Advance]
- Double Room with Private Bath $250 per person
- Flight Deviation from Group Fee $150
- 3 Week All-Terrain City Bike Rental $150
THE PROGRAM INCLUDES:
►Round-trip Airfare via Lufthansa Airlines,
►$100,000 Flight Insurance Coverage (for all participants traveling with air arranged through CSA),
►U.S. & German departure taxes & Custom fees,
►All tourist taxes,
►Ground transfers (via pre-scheduled private motorcoach) to/from Munich’s Johann Strauss International Airport*,
►Room & European breakfast daily in traditional-style Austrian Owned/ Operated Pensions (Bed & Breakfasts) for 22 nights,
►A Delicious Traditional German-Style Meal on Arrival Day,
►A Traditional Austrian Meal on Orientation Day in the world-famous Sternbräu,
► Complete Comprehensive Sightseeing & Orientation tour of Salzburg,
►3 week Salzburg city-wide Unlimited-Travel Bus Pass,
►2010 Summer Farewell Dinner Party,
►Entrance Fee & Tour of Hellbrunn Palace & Watertricks,
►Selected Lectures, Concerts & Cultural Activities,
►A Variety of Fun, Educational & Cultural Afternoon & Weekend Activities in and around Salzburg with CSA Staff Escorts,
►An Official CSA Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of course work,
►All charges for matriculation fees with exclusive use of CSA class rooms & school facilities,
►Daily News Bulletins while in Austria listing Information, Events & Announcements, Activities, etc.,
►Full-time Bilingual Tour Directors with Staff Services & availability,
►Travel documents, CSA Luggage Tags, and
►Informative Pre-Departure & Return CSA News Bulletins.
The following items are NOT INCLUDED with the Regular Program or Tour cost: Passport fees; Visa fees (for Non-US/Canadian Residents); Travel to/from Hometown to Gateway City; Medical insurance [required] at an approximate cost of $147 - $298 or proof of existing coverage; Workshop/Course Tuition and/or Transcription Charges [costs vary depending on specifc enrollment -see “Additional Fees” sections]; Text Books and/or course materials & supplies; Beverages; Lunches & Dinners except on
Arrival, Orientation and Farewell Days and if participating on optional Day Trips; Optional CSA Sponsored Travel [Overnight Excursions & Day Trips]; Optional Bicycle Rental; Deviation Fee if deviating from the group; Laundry/Dry Cleaning costs (if any); Spending money; Free-time Activity costs; Single Room, Private Bath Facilities Supplements and/or Optional Accommodation Upgrades (if any); additional/
overweight/over-sized/special checked baggage fees (if any); Porterage; Entrance Fees not indicated in brochure; Personal Items; Tips; Customary Gratuities; Gifts and Expenditures. The costs of the 2010 Program are based on airline fares and currency exchange rates as of August 2009 and are subject to variations. There will be a $35 fee for any stop-payment/insufcient funds check payments.
Scholarship and Financial Aid Opportunities
SCHOLARSHIPS: Annually, a limited number of scholarships will be available, open to all participants. These are awarded primarily on the basis of merit, academic accomplishment and financial need. The maximum scholarship award is $1000. Scholarships are awarded in Salzburg upon successful completion of mid-term exams and may not be applied toward the basic cost of the program. Application forms are sent to all participants prior to departure.
FINANCIAL AID: Upon acceptance into CSA’s 2010 Program, interested students are advised to contact the institution at which they are presently enrolled for information on how to obtain Financial Aid. Financial Aid applications should be processed where the applicant is presently enrolled as a full time student. CSA cannot activate or expedite this process, however we will assist applicants with required materials upon request. In most cases, those applying for Financial Aid must be enrolled in a course for academic credit (most workshops are not applicable).
CSA is Pleased to Accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover Cards
- Participants are strongly recommended to purchase Travel and Trip cancellation insurance.
- Beverages are never included with meals with the exception of coffee/tea during breakfasts.
- Tips are never included.
- On occasion there may be faculty changes to courses and workshops due to unexpected circumstances.
- Exchange rate in November of 2009: US Dollar ($ US) -Euro 0,73 Currency exchange fluctuations are rather frequent.
- Whenever possible, CSA will try to accommodate participants with special needs. However, CSA reserves the right to refuse or revoke participation to anyone who, based on objective standards, is in a physical or mental condition that jeopardizes the safe operation of the program, who poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others or who may require care beyond that which CSA can provide. CSA reserves the right to deny participation to any participant in certain activities based on past or present medical conditions.
- Informative Pre-Departure Bulletins will be sent to all accepted participants and cover important details such as: What to pack. What to wear. Weight restrictions and number of suitcases permitted. Flight check-in. Customs Allowances. Currency, credit cards, traveler’s checks and money exchange. Electrical Converters/voltage abroad. Excursion sign-ups. E-mailing & phoning home. Passport & Visa requirements. Etc. Questions? Always feel free to call our office at 1-800-443-8687 or send us an e-mail at email@example.com