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General Information

Health Insurance

Students are covered under the MSU medical insurance and evacuation fee for medical care. (See above.) For more details on coverage, see http://osa.msu.edu/forms/0910_HTH_policy.pdf (PDF).

Croatia

Housing

Housing will be provided in University of Rijeka dormitories.  These facilities are in downtown Rijeka and provide basic student living, including a cafeteria for breakfast and lunch.  Private accommodations are also available.  Housing in Dubrovnik will be at a hotel, conveniently located near the Inter-University Center and the Old City.

Travel

Students are expected to make their own air travel arrangements. Booking airfare early may help lower costs; the Office of Financial Aid can work with students to facilitate this. Also, it may be worthwhile to check student travel sites as they often offer discounted airfare. Additional details will be provided to registrants.

A valid U.S. passport (with at least six months remaining until expiration) must be provided for entry into Croatia. Students who are U.S. citizens do not need a visa to visit Croatia. Requirements for non-–U.S. citizens may vary. Students who are not U.S. citizens should investigate the parameters of entrance to Croatia for travelers from their home country.

Program Accreditation

The program is fully accredited by the American Bar Association. Michigan State University College of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools.


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