Registration and Forms

Priority application deadline: April 1st, 2015.*  Internship positions are limited, so students interested in this course should apply as early as possible.

*Applications after April 1st will be considered, space permitting.

Students can apply to the Dublin Program in one of the following ways:

  • By registering online (see below)
  • By downloading the application materials and submitting via mail, fax, or email (see below)
  • By contacting our Study Abroad Program Office to receive an application packet via mail:

                University of Tulsa College of Law 
                Study Abroad Programs 
                3120 East Fourth Place 
                Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104 
                lawstudyabroad@utulsa.edu 
                Phone: (918) 631-5038 
                Fax:     (918) 631-2194

To Apply Online

Please Note: Even if you apply online, you must also download the Liability Release Form, sign and date it, and submit it to the Study Abroad Program Office via mail, fax, or scan/email in order for your application to be complete.

  1. Review the Worldwide Caution page and the Ireland Consular Information page on the Department of State website.
  2. Review the University of Tulsa College of Law Honor Code.
  3. Download the Liability Release Form. You MUST complete this form and submit it to the Study Abroad Program Office in order for your application to be complete.
  4. Complete the Online Application Form. You will be asked for a credit card number for the $200.00 tuition deposit. This deposit is non-refundable and will be applied towards your tuition.
  5. You will receive a confirmation email from the University of Tulsa College of Law Study Abroad Program Office. A packet of materials will also be mailed to you shortly.  
  6. Remember to submit your Liability Release Form to the Study Abroad Program Office, along with a photocopy of your current passport. If you do not yet have a passport and have not yet made application for one, please do so immediately. Information about obtaining or renewing your passport can be found on the Department of State website.
  7. If you are a visiting (non-TU) student, you must also contact the registrar at your home school and request that a letter of good standing be mailed on your behalf to the TU Law Study Abroad Program Office. All students must also be in good standing at the completion of the spring 2014 semester in order to attend and receive credit for the program.

To Apply by Mail, Fax, or Email 

  1. Review the Worldwide Caution page and the Ireland Consular Information page on the Department of State website.
  2. Review the University of Tulsa College of Law Honor Code.
  3. Download and complete the Application Form and the Liability Release Form
  4. Submit the program application, liability release form, and $200.00 tuition deposit to the Study Abroad Program Office.
  5. Please also submit a photocopy of your current passport. If you do not yet have a passport and have not yet made application for one, please do so immediately. Information for obtaining or renewing your passport can be found on the Department of State website.
  6. If you are a visiting (non-TU) student, you must also contact the registrar at your home school and request that a letter of good standing be mailed on your behalf to the TU Law Study Abroad Program Office. All students must also be in good standing at the completion of the spring 2015 semester in order to attend and receive credit for the program.