Academic Program - Cayman Islands Fall Intersession Program

Course of Study

All students will be required to register in at least 2 one credit-hour courses. Classes will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 12:15 p.m. with two short breaks. Most afternoons and weekends will be free for study, social events, and recreational activities. Enrollment is normally limited to 20 students. This Intersession study abroad program has been approved by the American Bar Association.


Classes will be held at the Truman Bodden Law School, located in the heart of George Town, Cayman Islands. The classrooms are equipped with modern classroom technology, a computer lab, and library facilities. A bus shuttle will be provided to and from the Sunshine Suites Resort Hotel to the Truman Bodden Law School. An administrative office for the On-site Program Director will be located at the law school, which is near the classroom and convenient for students to meet with faculty. The office will be open throughout the class day for the entire program.

Student Describes Her Experiences in the Cayman Islands

Valeria Obi"Through this program, I got to experience a culture that was once unfamiliar to me. I enjoyed interacting with the other students, professors, and residents of the Island. I feel as though the trip gave me better insight into international law. I would definitely recommend this trip to any student who is considering participating."

Valeria Obi
Stetson Law Student
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