A maximum of two students will be selected to enroll at a non-partner institution abroad, subject to approval by the International Committee.
In order to be considered, students must satisfy all the following requirements:
(a) the proposed program must be in country where Cornell Law School does not have a current exchange partner;
(b) the student must provide a detailed program proposal with their study abroad application;
confirmation that the proposed host institution accepts visiting students and is of comparable quality to Cornell Law School;
a detailed statement of the student's educational and professional objectives for studying at the other institution, and how they will be met by that institution;
confirmation that a significant portion of the credits to be earned at the host institution are in courses not offered by Cornell, and relate to the clearly defined educational or professional objectives above; and
- the cost of tuition for a semester of study at the non-partner institution.
Students should not apply to the proposed law school in advance of being selected by Cornell for an individually-designed program slot.
Students who wish to be considered for an individually-designed program slot should apply online through the regular study abroad application webpage, select the individually-designed slot as one of their five choices, and upload their additional application materials. The study abroad application opens in early-January, and the deadline for submitting an application is January 31st at midnight.