Trento, Italy

University of Trento, Italy | Ongoing

Spend a semester studying law in Italy through KU Law's relationship with the University of Trento. KU and Trento students pay tuition at their home institutions in exchange for an immersive cultural and learning experience at the partner institution. Credits are transferrable to KU upon successful completion of courses. Before departure, students must complete a learning agreement approved by both institutions outlining the terms of credit transfer. No students participated in the program in 2015. Three students participated in fall 2016.

For more information, please contact Professor Elizabeth Kronk Warner at elizabeth.kronk@ku.edu.

Apply for the Italy Study Abroad Program 


Admission Requirements

Open to current KU students in the School of Law who have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. Applications for the spring 2017 semester must be received by Oct. 1, 2016. Grades are determined according to the following scale: A+ (29-30), A (27-28.99), B (24-26.99), C (19-23.99), D (18-18.99), F (0-17.99). 


Tuition

Please refer to the Office of Study Abroad's website for a breakdown of costs for this program.


Transportation

Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from Italy. 


Housing

Students are housed in apartments or flats located around Trento. Students participating in a bilateral exchanges with the University of Trento are eligible to apply for student accommodations through the Opera Universitaria, a provincial institution that supports students in finding accommodations in residences or shared flats at highly affordable rates. Visit the Opera Universitaria website for additional information on each of the housing options.  


Cancellation

Students must notify the University of Kansas Office of Study Abroad through their online application portal, by letter or by e-mail of their intent to withdraw from the program. The withdrawal will be effective on the date that the written notification is received by the Office of Study Abroad.  If a student withdraws after signing the financial contract they received with their acceptance materials, s/he will be liable for $300 plus any non-recoverable expenses incurred on the participant's behalf. Students are responsible for any and all costs arising out of his/her own voluntary or involuntary withdrawal from the program prior to its completion, including withdrawal caused by illness or disciplinary action by representatives of the University of Kansas. The sponsoring school reserves the right to cancel the program for any reason including insufficient enrollment. In the unlikely event of a cancellation prior to the program departure, notices will be sent to all students, and all money paid to KU will be refunded.


Financial Aid

Please inquire about the possibility of financial aid and scholarships with your law school's study abroad coordinator.


Health And Liability Insurance

The sponsoring school is not responsible for student's medical care or expenses in case of illness or accident. All students are strongly urged to obtain health insurance that will cover them while outside the United States.


Students with Disabilities

Students requiring special accommodations should request services during enrollment. Specialized services are provided in collaboration with Trento disability delegates in each faculty. ​


Italy Contact

Stefania Zanotti
European Programmes and International Mobility Service
International Cooperation and Agreements Department
international@unitn.it
University of Trento
Via Verdi, 6
38122 Trento (Italy)
Tel + 39 0461 283530
Fax. + 39 0461 282916

 

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