Enrollment & Housing
Applications for summer 2014 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 the 2013 program, 10 students from 5 different American law schools participated in the program. In 2012, 21 students from 9 different American law schools and 4 students from international law institutions participated in the Rhodes session.
Faculty and students stay at the Sheraton Hotel where all classes are held. The hotel is located outside the city of Rhodes (10 minutes by bus). The Sheraton is a true 5-star hotel, with its private swimming pools, beach facility, 24-hour gym, health club, tennis and squash courts, etc. Tulane has negotiated special room rates and free access to the internet.
The guaranteed rates per person, which include breakfast, are:
Classical Room/Mountain View, Double Occupancy: $1300
Classical Room/Mountain View, Single Occupancy: $2100
Classical Room/Sea View, Double Occupancy: $1500
Classical Room/Sea View, Single Occupancy: $2600
These rates are for 18 nights, checking in on Sunday, May 25 and checking out following exams on Thursday, June 12, 2014. The exact housing figures will be determined in January 2014, on the basis of prevailing economic conditions and the dollar-euro exchange rates. Other room types may be available as well. If interested, please contact the program coordinator, or Chana Lewis.
Please note that the hotel also offers a half-board (buffet dinner) option for € 20.00 per person/day. However, for those who seek to minimize expenses, this option may not be the most cost-effective way to take care of daily meals.
For Students who have accommodation out of the hotel, a fee of $100.00 per person will be charged for use of the facilities of the Sheraton Hotel.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition for the three week session is $3200.00. 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. Printed copies of the course materials are not offered.
For additional information, including international student financial aid opportunities, please visit our Tuition, Policies and Procedures section.
Students make their own arrangements for travel. You can get to Rhodes 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 Rhodes every day. U.S. Airways and Delta Airlines offer non-stop flights between cities in the United States and Athens. Fares vary widely. Country and city facilities for persons with disabilities are minimal or non-existent.