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FLPA Application Germany & Netherlands-LAW

NOTE: This program is only open to students currently enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school or in a graduate program located in the United States. The minimum GPA requirement for participation in this travel course is a 2.0 cumulative GPA. All other eligibility criteria follow Creighton's Study Abroad Policies & Procedures.

Instructions: Complete the online form below. Please review the form, then submit your completed form ONLY ONCE. You will receive an email confirming that your application has been received (typically within 3-5 business days). After submitting your online application, you will need to submit the additional supporting documentation to the OIP (CRHL 302) to complete your application file. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

A complete FLPA Application consists of the following:

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Applicant Information
 
 
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Current Address (local or campus)
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Academic Information

Indicate your current term at Creighton University (or home institution).

 
 
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Additional Information
 
 
Electronic Signature

“I understand that the OIP reviews the disciplinary and academic records of all study abroad applicants; I authorize the OIP to review my disciplinary and academic records and understand that this application will not be approved without clearance of my academic and disciplinary records as outlined in Creighton’s Study Abroad Policies & Procedures.”

“I acknowledge and agree that my electronic submission of this form to the OIP is my acknowledgment that the form is true and accurate, and the OIP can rely on the form as if my handwritten signature was on the form, and this electronic attestation serves as my electronic signature. I agree that no certification or other third party verification is necessary to verify my electronic signature.”

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