Washington University
City: St Louis
Website:

law.wustl.edu

Approximate semester dates: Fall Semester: August-December
Spring Semester: January-May
Language of instruction: English
Full time load equivalent:

 12 credits per semester - Law Students

Fields of Study Available:

This is not an exclusive list of the disciplines available.  Disciplines listed here can provide a full-time load of study.  All other available courses can be found in the course catalogue.

School of Law only

 

Law

Law Course Catalogue

 

Please note that the options listed on this webpage should be used as a guide only. Additional discipline areas may be available. For current information about fields of study, course selection and language proficiency requirements, please check the host university's website.

Restricted Fields of Study:

Undergraduate students only 

Students cannot choose courses outside the Law School

Approximate living expenses: US$9000 per semester
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Insurance:

Students studying at WashU are required to purchase the University's International Student Health Insurance. For more information regarding the International Student Health Insurance, including costs and benefits, please click here 

Additional information:

Accommodation - On-Campus & Off-Campus available. 
However, off-Campus must be for a minimum of 10 months. 


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