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Dates, Fees, and Travel Info

2020 Dates

 April 1: Application deadline

April 1: Application deadline

May Dates

  • 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 Dates

  • 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 2: City Hall and Titanic Museum (4 p.m.)
  • June 4: Conference Celebrating the Program's 20 Years
  • June 4: Great Hall Dinner
  • 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 7: Check out of the Holiday Inn Express, Bus to Dublin, Check into Trinity
  • June 7: Walking Tour of Dublin with Professors (4 p.m.)
  • June 8: First Day of Classes Begin at Trinity College / UCD
  • June 10: Tour of Four Courts. (10 a.m. Classes begin at 1:30 p.m.)
  • June 11: King's Inn Dinner
  • June 12: Last Day of Classes; Regular Program Ends
  • June 13: Extension Program Begins
  • June 15: Externships Begin
  • June 19: Extension Program Ends

July Dates

  • July 24/31: Externships End

 Fees Ireland

Regular Program

  • Tuition: $3750
  • Housing: TBD

Regular+Extension Program

  • Tuition: $6250
  • Housing: TBD


  • Non-Credit: $500
  • Credit: $2,600

*Apply and commit to the Program with a $1,000 nonrefundable deposit by February 15, 2020, and the Program will waive the $500 externship placement fee.

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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.

Predeparture Information

U.S. State Department Travel Information:  U.S. Passports and International Travel

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Students With Disabilities

Classrooms and housing are accessible to students with physical disabilities. Students who are requesting accommodation will be required to submit appropriate documentation to:

Audrey Glassman, Administrative Director
Belfast/Dublin Summer Program

Fordham University School of Law
150 W. 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023

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Accident and Sickness Insurance

All Fordham Law students are enrolled in the University's Accident Medical Health Insurance program and are advised to collect receipts in the event of an accident for reimbursement at a later time. Students not enrolled in this program and non-Fordham students should consult their individual insurance carriers.

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Cancellation Policy

Fordham University School of Law reserves the right to alter or cancel this program. Cancellation would occur in the event of under-enrollment by May 1, 2020, or unforeseen international events that could inhibit program operations or seriously affect participants' safety. If the program is cancelled, all participants will be informed immediately by telephone, email, and letter. All tuition and fees will be refunded.