To apply for the Summer Programme in London, complete the application form and mail it with your application fee of $25 to: Summer London Law Programme, Notre Dame Law School, 1329 Biolchini Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46556. The application fee is non-refundable unless your application is rejected due to full enrollment.
Applications will be accepted from January 1 to April 1.
After your application is processed, you will receive an email confirming your eligibility to participate in the Summer London Programme. By April 15, you must confirm your enrollment in the program and your housing preference by returning the confirmation form and tuition deposit. Note: Housing is reserved on a first come first served basis.
Confirming Your Enrollment
After being admitted into the Summer London Programme, you may reserve your seat and request your room (if you plan to live in Conway Hall, if rooms are available), by returning your confirmation form. This will confirm your participation in the program and allow you to register for classes by completing the Course Registration Form. Once you have signed and returned your confirmation form, your student account will be charged for tuition and housing (if you plan to live in Conway Hall, if rooms are available).
Once your account is charged you are responsible for payment of the housing charges even if you cancel your participation in the program, unless we are able to reassign your room.
Students not currently enrolled at Notre Dame Law School must also submit a non-refundable $800 tuition deposit along with the confirmation form. The tuition deposit will be applied towards your tuition charges. A student account will be created for non-Notre Dame students once we have received the confirmation form and tuition deposit.
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