|Enrollment and Housing
The program is limited to 120 students. Half of the participants are U.S. and Canadian law students admitted through Tulane and the other half are international students from Germany and other countries admitted through Humboldt. The 60 students admitted through Tulane will be accepted for the 2013 program on a first-come basis. Please apply early to ensure your place in the program.
31 U.S. and Canadian students from 18 law schools attended the 2012 program. 30 countries were represented by the students admitted through Humboldt for the 2012 program.
Once you are registered for the program you will receive information and rates for various housing choices in Berlin. One of the options is a limited number of suites at the Humboldt University Guest House, which is available on a first come-first served basis at the cost of about $650 for the entire program. Additional housing is available at a popular apartment facility and several hotels close to the University. You will receive a housing memorandum with suggestions in early spring.
The Apartments am Brandenburger Tor (the Apartments at Brandenburg Gate) has been the most popular housing choice for the past five years. The program has a web-based system to help participants locate roommates from the program. The housing memorandum will describe how to access the roommate locator system. You can then make your own reservations.
Tuition for the Berlin Program is $2400.
Please visit our Tuition, Policies and Procedures section for more information.