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Fees, Travel, and Other Information

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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, activities, and speakers.

Resident’s Fee – U.S. $500

Students who are able to claim residency by meeting one of the following criteria, and, therefore, will not need program-provided housing, are responsible for paying the resident’s fee.  A student can claim residency through one of the four following criteria.  The student is:  1) a legal resident of The Netherlands and have housing, 2) have family in The Netherlands and will be living with them, 3) working in The Netherlands prior to the start of the Institute and have their own housing, or 4) married and bringing their partner and will find their own housing. If you can provide proof that you meet one of the above criteria and pay the $500 resident’s fee, you will not need to pay the housing fee detailed below.

Housing Fee – U.S. $2,600

Students will be housed at The Student Hotel – Den Haag and placed in a single room on a first come-first served basis. Additional housing will be provided by The Stayci Apartments, where students will share an apartment. The fee is a flat rate that covers housing costs provided by both accommodations.   

Financial Aid

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.

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Transcripts

Non-Duke and Duke Law School students may request official transcripts from Duke University at no extra charge by completing a transcript request form after grades have been reported (usually around mid-September). The grading system will be the same as that regularly used at Duke Law School. (Although no grade and no academic credit will be awarded for any course in which the participant has not taken the written examination, the notation "Audit" will be recorded for any course regularly attended by the participant.) Students who do not wish to receive academic credit for their courses are not required to take final examinations, but all students are encouraged to sit for at least two examinations.

Transfer Credits

American law students who achieve appropriate final examination results normally will be able to receive academic credit from their home institutions, and students from other institutions might also be able to obtain academic credit depending on the policies of their institution. Students are responsible for obtaining approval from their own law schools to transfer credit.