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‘International’ at the University of Exeter Law School

The Law School offers a dynamic environment in which to study and we attract an increasing number of students from a range of countries globally, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Our multicultural academic teaching staff come to Exeter from around the world and this is reflected in the international nature of our research.

We believe in engaging with partners overseas in order to provide both students and staff with unrivalled opportunities in a number of leading universities across Europe, North America and Asia.

As part of our strategy to increase our international reach, we now have a dedicated representative in Canada. Please visit our Canada pages for more details of how to meet us and our representatives and see what our students say. We also have a dedicated page for Chinese students.

Studying here 

At undergraduate level we are able to offer a number of innovative degrees allowing international study, including our pioneering LLB English Law and French Law/Master 1 programme. Students who have studied abroad demonstrate initiative, independence, motivation and, depending on where you choose to study, may also gain a working knowledge of another language – all qualities employers are looking for.

At Postgraduate Taught level we offer a range of taught courses with an international focus, including European Law, International Business Law and International Human Rights Law.

At the Law School we believe in ensuring students develop outstanding employment prospects during their time at Exeter. You will have the opportunity to attend sessions and discussions, engage with speakers as well as network with members.

The University of Exeter hosts a three week International Summer School. The Law Summer School is designed to offer a unique introduction to some of the key aspects of English, European and International Law. In addition it aims to provide an insight into British and European culture and thought with an opportunity to reflect on some of the key themes in the current global agenda.

Find out more about International Exeter