Enrollment & Housing
The Program is limited to 120 students. Half of the participants are U.S. and Canadian law students admitted through Tulane; 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 2014 Program on a first-come basis. Please apply early to ensure your place in the Program. 45 U.S. and Canadian attended the 2014 program. 25 countries were represented by the students admitted through Humboldt.
Once you are registered for the Program you will receive information and rates for various housing choices in Berlin. Options include a popular apartment facility and several hotels close to the Law School. You will receive a housing memorandum with suggestions in early spring, which will include specific names of hotels, hostels, and apartments at various price ranges.
The Apartments am Brandenburger Tor has been the most popular housing choice for the past five years. The Program has a web-based system to help participants locate roommates. The housing memorandum describes how to access the roommate locator system. You can then make your own reservations.
Germany is extremely friendly to individuals with disabilities. This is also true for Humboldt University. Humboldt has an extensive webpage to assist individuals with disabilities at http://www.hu-berlin.de/studium/behinderte/weitere/bedingung/. The Program Directors stand by to provide this information in English.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition for the two week session is $2400. Tuition and fees also include electronic course materials, field visits, and the opening orientation. Login information for course materials will be emailed in early May. After receiving your login, you may view the electronic copies of the course materials. Printed copies of the course materials are not provided.
For additional information, including international student financial aid opportunities, please visit our Tuition, Policies and Procedures section.