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Study Abroad Opportunities

Travel and learn about the law from diverse international perspectives through the Kline School of Law’s semester-long exchange programs.

Aberdeen, Scotland

AberdeenStudy European Union Law, Comparative Law, Energy Law, the Law of Multinational Corporations and dozens of other courses at the University of Aberdeen. One of the four “ancient” universities of Scotland, the University of Aberdeen has offered courses in law since 1495, and its highly ranked School of Law enrolls more than 300 graduate students.

Aberdeen is Scotland’s third-largest city, which has served as home to Celts, Vikings and even Romans before its charter in 1179. Located on the North Sea, with a moderate ocean climate, it is now a cosmopolitan modern city that boasts great shopping, outdoor parks and recreation, as well as theater, arts and a strong football (soccer) club.

Deadline for Applications: Fall semester, February 1; Spring semester, September 1.

Rennes, France

RennesTake courses in varied legal topics at the Université de Rennes I, one of the 12 main universities in France. Courses are taught in English, through the university’s International School, which attracts more than 3,600 students from around the world.

The capital of Brittany in Northwest France, Rennes is a dynamic city where researchers, faculty and students make up about one third of the population. Majestic 18th century buildings overlook spacious public squares, and La Vilaine River runs across the city, which is a two-hour trip from Paris and one hour from historic destinations such as Mont Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo.

For more information on course topics, the exchange programs and how to apply, contact Professor Clare Coleman.

Eligibility to Study Abroad

In addition to the requirements of the University’s Study Abroad Office, Kline law students must (1) have a 2.5 minimum GPA at the time of application and the time of acceptance; (2) may not enroll in the final semester of law school; (3) have permission from Prof. Coleman.