Tsinghua University - School of Law - in Beijing is an exchange destination for students of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance.

Student experiences
Academic calendar

spring semester: end of February-July
fall semester: end of August- January

Tsinghua University academic semester will last for 18 weeks. Teaching weeks are from Week 1 to 16, Week 17th and 18th are exam weeks. You will find a few public holidays in the spring semester, however, some courses may still have classes over public holidays


Language requirements: Letter from International Office


Areas of study open for exchange students

According to Tsinghua's regulation, exchange students coming to Tsinghua can take up to 20 credits courses. Among those 20 credits, no more than 8 credits can be courses of other departments. That is to say, 8 credits can be non-law courses.

Tsinghua Law School has English courses for spring semester and fall semester.

As an indication below a list of the courses in Spring 2019 and Fall 2020:

Courses available in Fall 2020:

Courses availble in Spring 2019:

You can also study Chinese language in humanity faculty and outside Tsinghua university. 

Depending on the semester there might be an offer of the courses on Arbitration and E-Commerce and Investment Arbitartion Law. International top practitioners are invited to teach these courses.

You are supposed to use your Student ID number and the PIN/password (given by ISSC at the arrival registration) to log in your online account to register for courses. (only after application available)

The English-taught courses provided here are open to exchange students. Undergraduate exchange students are allowed to register for those postgraduate courses.

Courses at Master level


Estimated living costs per month

Approx.€600 per month. This includes accommodation and on-campus diner.

Accomodation information


You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table

Tsinghua Law School does not have specific requirements on exchange students' credit, such as how many credits you need, which courses are/are not allowed to transfer credits, etc.. For those credit related issues please consult your home school for your own requirements.

More information

More information about studying abroad: in Dutch and in English.

Do you have any questions about this partner university or would you like to know more?

Contact the International Exchange Office of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance.

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Contact details International Exchange Office

Attention! Due to the developments concerning the corona virus, all of our walk-in hours are cancelled until further notice.

You can reach us at ieo.leg@uu.nl for questions or othe signing of documents. Please mention your UU student number and field of study. 

You will be able to reach us by phone on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 1.30 PM to 3 PM +31 (0)30 253 7289.

Vera Noot
non-Europe: Paula Banning
For questions or appointments, please contact the exchange coordinators at ieo.leg@uu.nl

International Exchange Office - Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance
Janskerkhof 3
3512 BK Utrecht
The Netherlands