Applications for Summer 2013 will be taken on a first-come basis, although there is no predetermined limit to the number of students that will be accepted. Please apply early to ensure your place in the program. In 2012, 21 students from 9 different American law schools and 4 students from international law institutions participated in the Rhodos session.
ADMISSION, TUITION AND HOUSING
Faculty and students stay at the Olympic Palace Hotel where all classes are held. This is a quality hotel, with its own private swimming pools, and other facilities, located outside the city of Rhodos (10 minutes by bus). All rooms are air-conditioned. The guaranteed rate—per person, including breakfast and either lunch or dinner—for 19 nights (Rhodos I: arrival Sunday, May 26 and departure Friday, June 14) is as follows:
Rhodos I: Olympic Palace Hotel
Double Room/SEA VIEW on Half Board Basis: €1,350.00 for 19 nights
Single Room/MOUNTAIN VIEW on Half Board: €1,748.00 for 19 nights
Double room on half board per person per night €71.00
Single room on half board per person per night €92.00
For Students who have accommodation out of the hotel, the fee of € 200.00 per person must be charged for the facilities of the OLYMPIC PALACE Hotel, plus € 86.00 for participation in the excursions of the CITY TOUR and the Island of CHALKI.
TUITION & FEES
Single Session: $3200.00
Students, prior to departure for Rhodos, will be provided with a free electronic version and CD containing all materials used in the courses. If students prefer printed copies from which to study, they are encouraged to print materials before leaving the United States and bring them (or mail them) to the Olympic Palace Hotel in Rhodos. Printed copies will NOT be available upon arrival in Rhodos. However, upon request and at students' expense, printed copies may be made locally at a cost of about $60 US per copy.
Please visit our Tuition, Policies and Procedures section for more information.
Students make their own arrangements for travel. You can get to Rhodos by overnight ferry from Piraeus and by air from Athens and several European cities. Aegean Airways and Olympic Airways operate several flights from Athens to Rhodos every day. Olympic Airways and Delta Airlines fly to Greece from the United States and offer special fares. Fares vary widely. Country and city facilities for persons with disabilities are minimal or non-existent. Hotel facilities for such persons are extremely limited, although elevators are available.