Guatemala Program Tuition, Fees & Policies
Classroom (U.S. Law Students and U.S. Lawyers)
Tuition — Due on first day of class, May 30, 2016
- $3,900 ($975 per unit, students will enroll in four (4) units)
Student Program Fee — Due on May 1, 2016
The student program fee for the classroom component includes transfers between the airport in Guatemala City and the program site in Antigua, all course materials, opening and closing dinners, sponsored lunches and receptions with the Soloá indigenous community, Guatemalan officials and non-profits and Latin American lawyers. Also included are trips to Pacaya Volcano, Lake Atitlán, Santa Catarina Palopó, Tecpán, and Guatemala City (National Palace and Supreme Court).
Housing Fee — Due on May 1, 2016
This covers housing and daily breakfast for the duration of the classroom program.
The personal costs for airfare to and from Guatemala, in-country transportation, and meals other than those mentioned above, and any additional recreational fee are not included in the student program fee and must be paid directly by each student. A daily budget of $35 should be sufficient to cover meals and incidentals not included in the program fee.
Accompanying Person Fee — Due on May 1, 2016
Externship (U.S. Law Students)
Tuition and fees listed below apply to externships supervised by McGeorge only. For information on tuition and fees for externships through the University of Denver, please contact the University of Denver directly.
Tuition for Externship — Due on first day of the program, May 30, 2016
- $3,900 for four (4) units
Mandatory Transportation Fee for Guatemala Externships Only — Due on May 1, 2016
Students are responsible for their own lodging, transportation, and meals. A daily budget of $50 should be sufficient to cover meals and incidentals during the externship, and a budget of $1,400 should be sufficient to cover housing. All housing arrangements must be approved by Luis Mogollón prior to booking.
Guatemalan and other Latin American Law Students and Lawyers
As a truly bilingual and inter-cultural program, the Inter-American Program admits a limited number of highly qualified Guatemalan and other Latin American Law Students and lawyers. Some scholarships may be available for participants from Latin America. Interested students and lawyers from Latin America should contact Luis Mogollón at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Ly Lee, Summer Abroad Programs Coordinator
McGeorge School of Law
3200 Fifth Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95817
Email | Phone: 916.739.7021 | Fax: 916.739.7363