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All international students are required to enroll in the University sponsored health insurance program. The annual premium for this coverage is added to each student's fees.

Optional coverage for dependents can be requested during the first two weeks of the fall and the spring semesters or within 30 days of termination of other similar coverage, or because of any of the following events; birth, legal adoption, placement for adoption, marriage, legal guardianship, or court or administrative order. These charges are paid directly to the insurance company. Inquiries should be directed to Insurance For Students or 800-356-1235. Also check out the Student Health Center website.

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Professors John H. Rooney, Jr, Jessica Carvalho Morris, Jan Paulsson, Claudio Finkelstein and Keith Rosenn during the closing reception.

Professors John H. Rooney, Jr, Jessica Carvalho Morris, Jan Paulsson, Claudio Finkelstein and Keith Rosenn during the closing reception. (Photo: Jessica A. Giraldo/Miami Law) Full-Size Photo

The Office of International Graduate Law Programs staff and Director Jessica Carvalho Morris (middle) hosted a closing reception at Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita. Faculty Jan Paulsson, John Rooney and Keith Rosenn as well as Claudio Finkelstein are pictured here with the first class of the Basic Concepts in International Arbitration short course.

The Office of International Graduate Law Programs staff and Director Jessica Carvalho Morris (middle) hosted a closing reception at Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita. Faculty Jan Paulsson, John Rooney and Keith Rosenn as well as Claudio Finkelstein are pictured here with the first class of the Basic Concepts in International Arbitration short course. (Photo: Jessica A. Giraldo/Miami Law) Full-Size Photo

Participating students take an oral exam with professor and International Arbitration Program Chair, Jan Paulsson.

Participating students take an oral exam with professor and International Arbitration Program Chair, Jan Paulsson. (Photo: Jessica A. Giraldo/Miami Law) Full-Size Photo


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