Erasmus Exchange Programmes
ERASMUS EXCHANGE PROGRAMMES IN THE SCHOOL OF LAW – Home Students
The School of Law has several European student exchanges which you may be interested in.
These are year-long opportunities for students to go out to a German or Spanish for one year and study law (or related subjects) in the host country’s language. This means that you need to have proficiency in that language.
Depending on when you would consider going abroad – currently we suggest either after year two or year three on the LLB and M Law programmes – you may have time to build on your language skills before you go.
There is also an opportunity to join in an exchange programme for one semester at either a Swedish or Czech Republic university, where the teaching is in English and is predominantly in law/business-related subjects. Students on the exempting routes may go during the first term of their final year of study and students following the three year honours route may go at the beginning of their final year.
If you think you may be interested you can get more information from the appropriate university website:
Trier (Germany): www.erasmus-jur.uni-trier.de
Murcia (Spain): www.um.es/english
Jönköping (Sweden) www.ihh.hj.se
Charles University (Czech Republic) http://www.cuni.cz/UKENG-1.html
University of Palacky (Czech Republic) http://www.upol.cz/en/
(The Palacky link is brand new for 11/12.)
Please have a look at information on the websites above. There is some funding available for the period spent abroad provided that you comply with the Erasmus guidelines and procedures. You may find out more information about this funding and support at the following website:
If you are interested in participating in any of these exchanges you should contact Jonathan Bainbridge, Room 350 City Campus East, firstname.lastname@example.org