Enrollment and Housing
A maximum of 75 students will be accepted for our 2015 program. The Paris program was not held in the summer of 2012 or 2011. In the summer of 2014, 53 students from different law schools attended the Paris program.
All classes will be held at the Paris Dauphine campus. The main Dauphine campus building is the work of French architect Jacques Carlu, renowned for designing Trocadero, across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower. Situated in central Paris, in the 16th Arrondissement, minutes from the Arc de Triomphe and with the Bois de Boulogne as its backyard, the Dauphine campus is home to approximately 8,500 students, 500 faculty and researchers and 400 staff members
The Tulane Paris Institute has had success in assisting our students to find suitable housing in Paris through a network of student foyers, dormitories and available apartments. In the summer months there are many apartment rental opportunities in Paris found on the internet, as well as bed and breakfast arrangements that may be made. We will send detailed housing information to all admitted applicants. Students will then arrange housing directly with the facilities. We also will provide individual advice as needed and roommates can be coordinated through the program's Facebook group.
The university provides disability support to those who need it and is very accessible. However, as with much of Europe, many older buildings around the city may pose accessibility problems.
For any program questions, please contact Maria Landry.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition for the three week session is $3,200.00. Tuition and fees also include printed and electronic course materials, field visits, and the opening orientation. Login information for course materials will be emailed in early May. The printed copies will be available upon arrival in Paris. There is no need to print the materials before arriving in Paris.
For additional information, including international student financial aid opportunities, please visit our Tuition, Policies and Procedures section.