Your question: How can I expand my law school horizons by studying abroad?
If you're qualified, you can spend a summer or winter session at UB's programs in Aberdeen, Scotland, Haifa, Israel, or Curacao, Netherlands Antilles or through another law school's study abroad program.
The City of Aberdeen, Scotland, one of the stunning locations you can spend your winter or summer break studying law.
Students must complete their first year coursework (two semesters for full-time day division students and three semesters for evening division students) before participating in study abroad programs. A student must have at least a 2.000 grade point average at the time of his or her application to any of the summer study abroad programs and a 2.750 grade point average to be considered for a semester abroad program.
After consultation with the Office of Academic Affairs, qualified students then may study abroad through a University of Baltimore School of Law summer study abroad program or through another law school's American Bar Association-accredited study abroad program, or, in rare cases, at a foreign institution that is not accedited by the ABA.
A student's enrollment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by the home institution may be considered enrolled at the home institution for the purpose of applying for assistance under the Title IV, HEA programs.