Study period abroad (Exchange)
Going on Exchange (studeren in het buitenland)
|1 February 2016||study outside Europe under a faculty-level exchange programme|
|1 February 2016||study outside Europe under a university-level exchange programme|
|1 March 2016||study within Europe under a faculty-level exchange programme|
During the year: For any places that are still available on faculty-level exchange programmes students should contact the International Office.
All general information on the participating universities and their specific requirements can be found on
Students taking part in the exchange programmes generally benefit from the following:
- exemption from enrolment/registration fees and tuition fees at the host university
- assistance in finding accommodation (in most cases)
- recognition of credits earned abroad (subject to approval by the Board of Examiners)
- a contribution towards travel and accommodation costs (grant)
In addition, a number of universities provide language courses. This may be an intensive/’crash’ course before the start of the term in question, or a course lasting for the duration of your time at the host university.
A study period abroad can be a valuable experience for a number of reasons:
- your command of the language of the country in question will improve immensely
- you will come into contact with the culture of a different country, a different way of life
- you will have the opportunity to learn about a different legal system and legal culture
- you will learn another legal language
- it offers the opportunity to begin an international network of contacts, which can be very useful for your future career
- it can make all the difference on the employment market.
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