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Costs

Estimated Summer 2015 Tuition and Fees available soon.

 

 

Financial Aid

Applicants who wish to apply for financial aid should please contact their home institution's financial aid office well in advance for information regarding eligibility and allow 6 to 8 weeks for loan processing.

UGA law students who plan to apply for financial aid should contact the Office of Student Financial Aid as soon as possible. They will have documentation of the estimated program costs, but you may submit additional documentation, for example the cost of your airfare. The study abroad form can be found on their web site here: http://osfa.uga.edu/forms/101.pdf. Please contact Financial Aid Advisor Lee Mattox if you have questions at lmattox@uga.edu or 706-542-6147.

Visiting students participating in a study abroad program Georgia Law-sponsored should request that their home institution's financial aid office send a ‘consortium agreement’ to the Office of Student Financial Aid at the University of Georgia. The agreement should be faxed to the attention of financial aid advisor Kimbra Smith at (706) 542-8217, or sent as a scanned email attachment to kimbra@uga.edu. Ms. Smith will make sure that the form is properly completed and returned to the home institution.

Insurance and Immunizations

All participants will be covered by health insurance provided by T.W. Lord & Associates for the entire length of the program. The cost of insurance is included in the program fee. Participants should consider consulting with a physician in advance of the program in order to determine whether immunizations or medications are recommended. The University of Georgia will not be responsible for personal injury, illness, or property damage or loss.

Travel, Lodging and Meals

Travel Information: Program participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements to and from China. Hotel reservations in Beijing will begin on May 23, 2015. Classes begin on May 25th. June 17th will be the last day of classes in Shanghai. Participants who wish to arrive before May 23rd or to stay beyond the June 19th, will need to make independent arrangements with the hotels.

Passports and Visas: In order to travel to the People's Republic of China (PRC), you must have a passport valid for a minimum of six months beyond your date of entry into the PRC. A visa is also required for entry into the PRC. Students will receive instructions on how to apply for a visa after their applications are processed. Passport and visa costs are not included in the program fees.

Lodging: The Georgia Law Summer Program in China will arrange suitable housing at discounted prices for participants. If you wish to arrange your own housing, or would prefer a single room or a specific roommate, please inform the Assistant Director. Participants are responsible for paying hotel bills and splitting costs with roommates. Housing costs are estimated and may fluctuate due to changes in foreign currency. Double occupancy cannot be guaranteed.

  • Beijing = approx. $48/day per person for double occupancy. Single occupancy=approx. $93/day. This recommended hotel has comfortable, modern rooms which include air conditioning and internet access.  Breakfast is included. 
  • Shanghai = approx. $35/day per person for double occupancy.  Single occupancy=approx. $70/day. Comfortable, modern rooms at this recommended hotel include air conditioning and internet access.  Breakfast is included.

Meals: Restaurants near each law school campus and hotel provide excellent Chinese food at very reasonable prices. Participants will also have access to Western style fast-food establishments.

Average food costs are $20/day.

Cancellation, Withdrawal, and Reimbursement Policies:

The University of Georgia School of Law reserves the right to cancel for insufficient enrollment or under extraordinary circumstances such as natural disaster, war, political instability or emergency.  In such an event, students will be notified by email and receive a full refund, including the deposit, within twenty (20) days after the cancellation. If requested, the program director will use best efforts to arrange for applicants to enroll in a similar program.

If changes in the course offerings or other significant aspects of the program occur, or if, during the course of the program, a U.S. State Department Travel Warning or Alert is issued for either of the countries in which the program is being conducted, students will be notified promptly personally or by email and given an opportunity to withdraw from the program. Applicants who have paid a deposit or registered for the program and withdrawn under any such circumstances will be refunded fees paid except for room and board payments utilized prior to the date of withdrawal or termination.