Fees, Travel, and Other Information for 2023 Session
Tuition Fee – U.S. $4,880
Tuition for the full four-week program is U.S. $4,880.
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. $120
This fee covers the cost of the transcript for the program.
Program Fee – U.S. $300
The program fee covers the cost of welcome dinners, programs, and speakers.
Housing Fee – U.S. $2,600
Duke-Leiden Institute's hotel reservations are at The Social Hub in The Hague. The hotel offers single rooms with a private bathroom. All rooms are non-smoking. The $2,600 housing fee is a flat fee, covers all housing and reservation costs, and is due on March 1st. You may arrange for your own housing in The Hague instead.
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.
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.