Friday, February 14, 2014
February 19-26, 2014
March 3, 2014
Accepted Students Meeting:
March 17, 2014
“My time at the University of Exeter provided me with one of the most unique and enlightening experiences that I have ever had.
After three months I found myself with new friends that span six continents, with a new perspective on the legal realm and with a wealth of experience from not only living in Exeter but from my travels throughout Europe.
The University of Exeter, located in the city of Exeter on the coast of southwest England, is a leading institution in the United Kingdom ranked 10th in the Times Good University Guide and 7th in 2012 in the Sunday Times University of the Year rankings. The University has been awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize three times for its outstanding achievements in research.
University of Exeter has six academic colleges including a business school, a medical school and the college of social sciences and international studies which offers courses in Law, Politics, Sociology, Philosophy, Anthropology as well as Strategy and Security. Student will enroll in masters level courses in the business school and the law school.
Students choosing to study at Exeter University typically attend in the fall semester which runs from early October to early December followed by four weeks of vacation and two additional weeks of classes in January with exams in January. Students can make arrangements to complete their coursework prior to the December vacation but this must be done on an individual basis with the approval of Exeter University.
Additionally, since the semester is only 10 weeks, Connecticut students are required to take a three-credit SRP with a UConn Law faculty member in order to earn a total of twelve credits for their Fall semester work.
Exeter is a pleasant English provincial city of about 100,000 people located in the County of Devon, a part of England known for its attractive countryside and seacoast. Exeter’s rich history indicates both Celtic Settlement on the banks of the River Exe and also Roman settlement indicated in the remains of a fortified city wall. As a major trading port in the 13th century it also became the site for a canal system used to improve trade and commerce in the 1500s.
Exeter offers a number of places to explore including historic buildings in the Cathedral close, Roman walls, the Quay, remains of St. Nicholas Priory, St. Mary Steps, "The House That Moved" inch by inch, and the extremely narrow Parliament Street. There is also an ancient cable ferry, Butts Ferry, which takes people across the River Exe. The town's center features a good number of shops and restaurants within about a 20-minute walk from the University. In past years, Connecticut students and faculty have enjoyed living in the Exeter community and exploring the countryside.
The University has about 18,000 students in its graduate and undergraduate programs. The University has a deservedly good reputation as an intellectual center. Besides its Faculty of Law, there are faculties in many other academic disciplines including the arts and sciences.
Students opting to study at Exeter University take three of their Exeter classes in the LL.M. program and one in the LL.B. program. In the LL.B. program, courses are usually available in European Community Law, International Law, and English Legal History. In the LL.M. program courses normally available include Comparative European Legal Systems, Transnational Commercial Law, Transnational Law of Competition, International Carriage of Goods, Comparative Conflicts of Law, and European Company Law. In addition, our students can usually be accommodated in other courses where they have a special interest. The Exeter Law Faculty is widely known as providing premier programs both in European Union Law and International Business Legal Studies.
Connecticut students have the opportunity to study an interesting range of international and foreign law subjects, while being a part of a foreign law school. Studying internationally with students from all over the world offers a foreign learning experience that is of considerable benefit to those who may practice international law, work or live internationally.
University of Exeter
North Park Road
Exeter, EX4 4QE, UK
Phone +44 (0) 1392 723405
International Student Support: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/internationalstudents/
International Student Handbook: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/media/universityofexeter/internationalstudentsup...
Postgraduate Student Life: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/life/