Dates & Fees
|Winter I 2022|
|Winter II 2022|
|Spring I 2022|
|Spring II 2022|
|Fall I 2022|
|Fall II 2022|
|Fall III 2022|
Fees for 5-week term
|FEES||ON CAMPUS||OFF CAMPUS|
|Express Mailing Fee||$65||$65|
|Full Time Tuition||$1,650||$1,650|
|Housing Application & Deposit||$300||varies|
|Housing||$1,800 - $2,500 (w/ meals)||$2,200 - $4,000|
|TOTAL||$4,320 - $5,020||$4,420 - $6,220|
Above fees do not include books (approximately $250/session), personal expenses, transportation, or expenses for dependents. Please contact the institute if you have any questions.
Student Health Insurance: Traveler’s insurance is not the same as health insurance. INTERLINK requires students and their dependents to have health insurance. Travel insurance is designed for people traveling to cover cancellations, personal belongings and only emergency medical treatment, whereas international health insurance is designed to cover inpatient treatment check-ups and continuing treatment of chronic conditions abroad.
INTERLINK offers a rigorous curriculum on the university campus that includes in- and out-of-class assignments, such as group discussion, interviews, library research, community involvement, writing projects, and presentations. Upon successful completion of the INTERLINK program, students are able to do these things:
While studying English on campus, students have several possible options for housing: students can live in a dormitory or apartment on campus, or opt for an off-campus apartment.
Cost: Fees vary. Please contact us for more information.
Students can choose to live off campus, but we do not provide assistance.
Cost: Fees vary.
We are happy to offer assistance with transportation from the airport to our campus in Bozeman. Please e-mail your flight arrival information to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will arrange to pick you up.
Ranked the #1 place to live in the United States by the New York Post and listed in Money as one of the Best Places to Live in 2017, Bozeman is one of the most desirable locations in the United States. In fact, it’s the fastest growing micropolitan area in the country with a population of over 107,000. Served by an international airport with direct flights to 17 major airports throughout the U.S., it’s also an easy destination for international students flying from abroad. In the summer, students enjoy hiking, canoeing, fishing, white water rafting, and visits to Yellowstone National Park. In the winter, students often spend free time skiing or snowboarding at resorts just 30 minutes from town.
Montana State University
Montana State University (MSU) ranks in the top tier of all research universities in the U.S. and specializes in sciences and engineering. Located in scenic Bozeman, Montana, MSU is close to famous Yellowstone National Park.
Academically qualified students enjoy the convenience of receiving conditional admission prior to starting their language program at INTERLINK.
- The Carnegie Foundation ranks MSU in the top tier of Research Universities, demonstrating very high research activity, along with Harvard, Yale and MIT.
- MSU offers over 100 undergraduate degrees
- 50 master’s degree programs and 27 doctoral degrees programs are also offered at MSU
- Class Size (average): 36 students
- Student/Faculty Ratio: 17:1
- Full-time Faculty: 553
- One of the best Nursing programs in the USA (Nursing graduates have a 94% pass rate on the nursing exam)
- MSU Film school is one of the top film schools in the USA and the only one offering a Masters Degree in Natural History Filmmaking
- The College of Business is accredited by AACSB, the top accreditation worldwide for Business Schools. Only 15% of Business Schools are accredited worldwide.
Example Class Schedule
|8:00 - 10:00||Reading & Writing||Monday - Friday|
|10:00 - 12:00||Communication Skills||Monday - Friday|
INTERLINK International Institute at Montana State University
330 Culbertson Hall
P.O. Box 170550
Bozeman, MT 59717-0550
Valley Peters, Director
Phone. +1 406 994 3807