A Summer of Study in Augsburg, Germany
The Summer Program on European and International Economic Law at the University of Augsburg provides a unique opportunity to learn European and international law relevant to our global economy in a six-week intensive course. All classes are taught in English, but students may also attend a German language course.
More information about the Augsburg program can be found on their website. Visit the CILE office for a copy of the Augsburg brochure.
How to Apply: Students must apply through CILE, and should contact Austin Lebo in Barco 317A for an application.
Credits: Students may earn up to six credit hours towards their Pitt Law degree.
Costs: The Program fee of $7494 (equal to six Pitt Law credit hours at the in-state rate) is paid to CILE. A $500 deposit is due no later than March 30, 2018. In addition to the Program fee, students are responsible for their own travel, housing, meals, books and other expenses.
Scholarships: CILE will award four $4000 scholarships for the summer 2018 Program. This scholarship is applied against the Program fee (but not the deposit, which awardees must pay promptly after selection). To be considered for this scholarship, you must submit your application for the Program to the CILE office by 5 p.m. on January 31, 2018.