Published: 29 November 2019
Tulane University is offering a number of short courses in August as part of their Summer Abroad Programs. These programs are suitable for students who are studying Law or Business, and cover such areas of interest as alternative dispute resolution in cross-cultural settings, EU legal studies and business law, and the legal issues surrounding refugees and migration. These are run in partnership with the following major universities and organisations:
Fees vary between USD$2,400 - $4,000. Fees include course registration and materials, excursions, social events and some banquet meals, however you will be responsible for arranging travel, room and board. All programs also require a $200 deposit. For further information regarding costs please refer here.
Undergraduate students who have completed their first year of law study and are in good standing. Graduate students in another discipline will be accepted on a case-by-case basis. Please email email@example.com to inquire about your eligibility.
You may be eligible to apply for the following funding options for your overseas study:
Students should apply directly to the Program via their website. You are encouraged to apply early as applications are admitted on a first-come basis, and they are received until the programs are full.
If you wish to transfer credit for the program, you must first seek approval from your faculty for credit transfer through Cross-Institutional Enrolment. For more information see - Applying for credit and funding for your overseas short course.
All programs involve some degree of risk to participants. If you choose to source a provider on your own, please remember to do some research on them first and ensure that they are a legitimate organisation and that the product they offer will definitely meet your requirements. Students are therefore advised to undertake their own risk assessment before departure and any participation in these programs is at their own risk.
All students should register their travel with UNSW. You should also undertake a risk assessment before heading overseas. For more information see - How to prepare for departure.