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Geneva, Switzerland

International Issues Related to Women and Children

Summer 2018- Short-Term - Faculty-Led Programs

Dates
May 22- July 13

Academics
Course: LEGL 4603/5503 International Issues Related to Women and Children – 3.0 credit hours
Professor: Sonette Magnus, Legal Studies Department (Webster St. Louis)
Course Description: This course will explore issues relating to women and children from an international perspective. Special attention directed toward comparing and contrasting law and policy on juvenile delinquency; women, children, and poverty; child labor; child soldiers; and child maltreatment.

Summer Legal Studies Program FAQ

Housing
You will stay with fellows class- members at the Webster University Geneva campus. 

Program Costs
Program Fee: $1,945 (covers 1 week of accommodations, selected meals, and other logistical costs)
Study Abroad Fee: $175

Scholarships
Students may be eligible for the Webster World Traveler Program and other study abroad scholarships.  Please reference the Study Abroad web site for more information.

Application Process
Application Deadline: February 15, 2018

To apply, follow these steps:
1) Ensure you meet the study abroad eligibility requirements
2) Start an application via the Webster online application system
3) The application will ask you to fill out a number of forms, pay the study abroad fee, write brief statement of purpose, and submit a passport sized photos.