Tuition Fee - U.S. $4,810
Tuition for the full four-week program is U.S. $4,810.
Activities, Meals and Accommodations Fee – U.S. $2,800
The student accommodations and activities fee will be $2,800. This includes a single-person accommodation as well as daily breakfast, along with select out-of-class activities and both a welcome dinner and farewell event. It also includes the use of a bicycle. Participants who wish to bring along an accompanying person should make such reservations in consultation with Christina Cameron.
Students are expected to live at the hotel unless they meet one or more of the criteria for non-resident status (see below). Such students should consult Christina Cameron and submit their requests to live elsewhere in writing along with their applications.
Non-Resident's Fee - U.S. $500
Non-residents will be required to make a payment of U.S. $500. The fee will cover special events, including Institute dinners. The fee will not, however, cover daily breakfasts and class day lunches. In order to achieve non-resident status, a student must meet at least one of the following criteria:
- The student is a resident of The Netherlands;
- The student has a family member residing in The Hague with whom he/she will live;
- The student has been working in The Netherlands prior to the start of the program and already has his/her own apartment;
- The student is married and will be bringing his/her spouse (or SSSE) to the program.
Registration Fee - U.S. $350
The non-refundable registration fee of U.S. $350 covers the cost of administrative and related expenses.
Transcript Fee - U.S. $40
This fee covers the cost of the transcript for the program.
Duke students should apply for loans through Duke Law's Office of Financial Aid. Students at other American law schools should consult the financial aid office at their own school. If a financial consortium agreement is required, financial aid officers are welcome to consult Duke Law School's Financial Aid Office for guidance. Non-American participants are encouraged to apply to foundations and other sources of funding in their home countries for scholarship assistance.
Students are required to provide their own health insurance. The Institute is not responsible for medical or dental expenses incurred by the students during the operation of the program. Be sure to include health insurance information on the application, if available; otherwise, submit information to Christina Cameron by June 5, 2018.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Duke Law School complies with the "Cancellation, Change, or Termination of Programs" as set forth in the American Bar Association's Criteria for Approval of Foreign Summer Programs.