UCDC-King Hall Exchange-Study Away
The UCDC Law Program is a full-semester externship program in Washington, DC. For more information and to apply to UCDC visit https://law.ucdavis.edu/ucdc/application.html.
You may request funding for additional living expenses, including travel costs between UC Davis and UCDC for the term using the Revision Request for Additional Expenses. Allow two weeks for processing.
King Hall Exchange - KHE
UC Davis School of Law offers exchange programs in Bangalore, Chile, China, Copenhagen, Dublin, Jindal, and Lausanne. For more information and to apply to KHE visit https://law.ucdavis.edu/international/study-abroad/exchange-programs.html.
The cost of attendance for KHE is the same as study at King Hall. You may request funding for travel between UC Davis and your KHE destination using the Revision Request for Additional Expenses. Allow two weeks for processing.
Study Away At Another Law School
Interested students must contact the Law Registrar and obtain approval of the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs to participate in and receive financial aid for a study away program. The cost of attendance for study away is determined by the host school and reported to UC Davis on the Visiting Student (Consortium) Agreement. You are eligible to receive Federal Direct or private loans for study away.
Aid is scheduled to disburse ten (10) days before the start of each term at UC Davis School of Law. You must submit your completed Visiting Student (Consortium) Agreement and proof of registration at the host school to the Law Financial Aid Office before the start of the term or disbursement of your financial aid may be delayed.
The host school Registrar should confirm enrollment for the study away period in order to defer education loan repayment.
Financial Aid is not available from UC Davis for study away through another law school’s study abroad program.