Franklin is an American school and the language of instruction and campus communication is English. 60% of Franklins students are from North America.Franklin students are required to take an academic travel course. These courses incorporate a 10-14 day travel period to a place associated with the course. For instance, the Politics and Society in the Baltic Area course visits Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Finland.Though tuition includes the academic travel costs, this school definitely has American prices and fees. Students are required to live on campus (9893 euros), participate in meal plans (3186 euros), pay annual fees (1274 euros), and participate in freshman orientation (448 euros). That being said, students can apply for FAFSA and other forms of financial aid. 62% of Franklin students receive an average of $9797 per semester in some sort of aid. Further, 75% of Franklin graduates obtain full time employment within six months of graduation, which allows them to start paying off their college debt like their cohorts who went to school in the states are doing.