University of California Irvine (Summer Program)

The UC-Irvine Summer Program is a fee-paying program that allows students to take up to two credit-bearing courses at UC-Irvine.

The program offers around 700 classes in over 80 subject areas, including: Art, Art History, Dance, Drama, Film and Media Studies, Lingustics, Management, Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Music.

The UC-Irvine Summer Program is divided into three sessions: Session I runs from June 20 to July 29, the 10-week session runs from June 20 to August 28, and Session II runs from August 1 to September 9. Different classes are scheduled in different sessions.

International student enrollment fee - $750

Mandatory campus fee - $250

Cost per unit - $339

Health Insurance Fee -

$260 (if only attending Session I or Session II)

$430 (if attending 10-Week Session)

$520 (if attending both Session I and Session II)

Non-refundable housing placement fee - $25

Type of Program: 
Summer Program
Length of Study: 
1 semester
Language of Instruction: 
Start of Semester: 
Saturday, June 20, 2015
End of Semester: 
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Expected Expenses: