Creighton University

Creighton University

Creighton’s Nuremberg Summer Program, “From Nuremberg to The Hague” gives you an opportunity to learn about the Holocaust in Nuremberg, the German city that hosted the Nazi war crimes trials after World War II and is considered the birthplace of modern international criminal law. The program is open to non-Creighton students.

You’ll spend a month in Germany and The Netherlands. An integral part of your class experience will be taking field trips. You’ll see the traces of Germany’s Nazi past by visiting former concentration camps, such as Dachau and Auschwitz, Hitler’s “Eagle’s Nest” retreat in the Alps, and by traveling to The Hague, Netherlands, where war criminals are being prosecuted in the International Criminal Court, the Special Chambers of the Special Court for Kosovo, and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. Students are exposed to an unprecedented array of historical and legal experiences.

Program Information
School Name: 
Creighton University
Program Subject: 
International Criminal Law & The Holocaust
School Term: 
Summer Abroad
Program Dates: 
July 1 - July 28, 2018
Tuition: 
$4,500
Credits: 
6
Application Deadline: 
March
Contact Information
Location Information
Program City: 
Nuremberg, The Hague, Auschwitz
Program Country: 
Germany
Continent: 
Europe
Other Information
Number of students in program last year: 
30
Externship Opportunities: 
No
Organized Excursions: 
Excursions to International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague, Netherlands, to the concentration camp at Dachau, to the War Crimes Research Center at Philipps University in Marburg, Germany, to the Nazi Party Rally Grounds, to Courtroom No. 600