Tuition - $1,024 per credit
Please be advised that the amounts in the financial aid budgets listed are estimates based on student expenditures recorded from previous years. In most cases, students are required to take a minimum of 3 credits to be eligible for financial aid. Delaware Law students are encouraged to consult with the Delaware Law Financial Aid Office for specific guidance on budgets. Non-Widener students are highly encouraged to regard these numbers as close estimates and to check with their financial aid office for guidance.
All of our programs are approved by the American Bar Association. Our courses may be credited toward your law degree at an ABA approved institution if your law school accepts credits from summer programs. A transcript of grades will be sent to each student and to their home law school. Acceptance of any credit or grade for any course is subject to determination by the student's home school. It is unlikely that participation in a Study Abroad Program may be used to accelerate graduation. Consult with your school's registrar. Students are permitted to take up to 6 credits.
Tuition includes course expenses, orientation, guest lectures by international faculty, excursions to legal institutions, and some social events.
Additional expenses include roundtrip airfare, room and board, course materials, and personal expenses.
The application deadline for 2015 is April 17, 2015.
The criteria for acceptance into any one of the Study Abroad Programs Delaware Law School offers are as follows:
Periodically, we will update each program's pages in order to include student manuals, updated course materials offered for purchase (to include an on line bookstore), and more comprehensive information about what to expect before, during and after the programs. Students interested in the 2014 programs are encouraged to consult the pages periodically to view updates.
For more information or for brochure and application, please contact the Study Abroad Programs Coordinator at email@example.com or call (302) 477-2248.
Financial aid is available through a variety of federal and private financial aid programs. However, students should be aware that the primary sources of funding for study abroad programs are derived from student loans. Students should apply at their home school. Applicants should check with their law school's financial aid office regarding processing deadlines and filing requirements as soon as possible.
Widener students should schedule an appointment to discuss their financing options as soon as possible after March 30.
Visiting students should check with their institutions regarding the possibility of completing a consortium agreement with Widener Law for federal student loans. Please allow adequate time (6-8 weeks) for processing of student loans.
Please contact Widener Law's Financial Aid Offices if you have any questions or require additional information.
Widener University School of Law
Financial Aid Office
4601 Concord Pike
P.O. Box 7474
Wilmington, DE 19803-0474