Summer Abroad Programs Offer Exciting Opportunities
Web Editor - Published: February 3, 2012
2012SummerAborad235x220Applications for Widener Law’s 2012 summer abroad programs are now available. Students interested in taking advantage of the opportunity to study the law while experiencing a foreign culture are encouraged to get their applications in as soon as possible. Each program offers an exciting destination with plenty of iconic sights and attractions to see and explore.

For 2012, the three programs offered are:

Lausanne, Switzerland
Study Comparative and International Health Law, Global Issues in Commercial Law, International Intellectual Property Law & Policy, or International Investment Law in beautiful Lausanne, Switzerland, outside of Geneva. The beautiful city of Lausanne is famous as a center of global business, and it is also the home of the Olympic Committee.

Nairobi, Kenya
Enjoy the cultural experience of Nairobi, Kenya while living in a beautiful country with world famous wilderness reserves and beautiful beaches on the Indian Ocean. Study International Environmental Law and Trade, or Comparative Constitutional Law while enjoying an extraordinary cultural experience that will change the way you view the world.

Venice, Italy
Bask in the history and atmosphere of Venice, Italy while studying Comparative Family Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, European Union Law, Comparative Administrative Law, or Comparative Political Rights and Electoral Systems. Famous for the canals that run through the city, Venice offers a wealth of history and culture to explore!

Apply Now
Students who wish to participate in one of these exciting programs are encouraged to look at the admission requirements as well as tuition, fees, and financial aid information. The International Programs Office is now accepting applications and will continue to do so until the application deadline on April 23, 2012. You may download an application online and fax or mail the application. For more information, please contact Study Abroad Programs Coordinator Arlene Trapuzzano at or (302)-477-2248.