Dates and Fees

2015 Dates

April 15: Application Deadline

May 30: Holiday Inn Express Available for Check-in

May 31: Black Tour (3 p.m.), Orientation, and Welcome Reception at Holiday Inn Express (5 p.m.)

June 1: Breakfast with U.S. Consul General at QUB (9 a.m.)

June 1: First Day of Classes Begin at Queen’s University, Belfast (altered class schedule begins at noon)

June 2: Introduction to Northern Ireland by former Head of School, Professor Colin Harvey

June 3: Great Hall Dinner

June 4: City Hall and Titanic Museum (4 p.m.)

June 5: Tour of Stormont (5 p.m.); Politicians' Panel at Stormont (5:30 p.m.)

June 6: Tour of Northern Ireland Coast (8:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m.)

June 8: Attorney General Talk (1 p.m.); NI Policing Board Visit (3 p.m.)

June 9: Mock Trial (3 p.m.); Tour of Bar Library (5 p.m.); Lawyers Reception at Bar Library (6 p.m.)

June 10: Externship Class (3 p.m.)

June 11: Newcastle Pub Night with Traditional Irish Music and Karaoke (5:30 p.m.–1 a.m.)

June 12: No Classes. Check out of the Holiday Inn Express, Bus to Dublin, Tour of Knowth/Newgrange, Check into Trinity

June 14: Tour of Dublin

June 15: First Day of Classes Begin at Trinity College

June 16: No classes. Tour of Four Courts.

June 18: Classes at UCD; Lunch at UCD; Fordham-UCD Panel Presentation and Appellate Moot; King's Inn Dinner

June 19: Last Day of Classes; Regular Program Ends

June 22: Extension Program Begins

June 22: Externships Begin

July 1: Extension Program Ends

July 2: Pub Party

July 30: Externships End


1.Regular Program

Tuition: $4800

Housing: $1800

2.Regular+Extention Program

Tuition: $6900

Housing: $2600


Non-Credit: $500

Credit: $2,600

A $200 tuition deposit and a $200 housing deposit are due within three weeks of acceptance. These deposits are applied to the final tuition and housing charges.

*Apply and commit to the Program with a $1,000 nonrefundable deposit by February 15, 2015, and the Program will waive the $500 externship placement fee.

Travel and Passports

Air transportation costs are not included. Participants arrange travel to Ireland on their own. A passport is required for travel to Ireland, the United Kingdom, and other Western European countries. It is the students' responsibility to have a valid passport. Contact the nearest state department office or post office for information. Plan ahead and get your passport early. Non-United States citizens should consult their respective countries' consulate offices for visa information.