Eligibility - Granada, Spain
The Granada, Spain study abroad program is open to law students, lawyers, and business professionals interested in studying abroad in Spain. Law students and lawyers should have an active interest in international business law and/or public international law in order to make the most of this exciting academic experience. Enrollment will be limited to forty (40) students, and it is estimated that forty (40) students will enroll.
Foreign Law Students are Welcome to Participate
Law students from foreign law schools are also eligible and invited to enroll in the program. Historically, only a few foreign law students have registered for the program; we therefore anticipate that only a small number of foreign law students will attend and estimate no more than two individuals may participate in the program. It is anticipated that these students will all be from the host country in which the program is located.
Applicants with Special Needs
Applicants with disabilities or other special needs should contact the Office of International Programs at Stetson in advance to discuss arrangements. Granada is a very old city that does not meet U.S. standards for accommodations. However, Stetson will make every effort to reasonably accommodate the special needs of applicants.
Students Participating in 2013
Twenty-eight (28) students participated in the program in Granada during the summer of 2013. Of the twenty-eight total students who participated last year, fourteen (14) students were from Stetson and fourteen (14) students were from other law schools.