There are two methods of applying to Touro Law Center’s study abroad programs:
Note: The online and paper applications are not yet available for summer 2014. The application process requires that a student be in good academic standing in order to study abroad. Because fall grades aren't submitted until January, we begin accepting applications on January 1, 2014.
(1) Apply online; create an account
to an existing account. Once you transmit the completed application
form, you will receive a confirmation notice on the screen. If you include your
e-mail address as requested in the application form, you will receive a copy of
the completed application in your e-mail inbox.
(2) Download and print the PDF file of the application, and mail the completed form,
along with the Application Requirements.
You may pay by personal check, bank check, money order, debit card, or credit card
(Discover, MasterCard, or Visa):
Touro Law Center reserves the right to modify or cancel a program for reasonable cause, including
but not limited to insufficient enrollment, severe political instability, or any serious condition that
may threaten the safety of the students. If a program is cancelled, any money paid to Touro by a
program participant will be fully refunded within 20 days, except for room and board and
transportation payments utilized prior to the date of cancellation; Touro will endeavor to help each
enrolled student attend a similar program, if the student so desires.