University of Cambridge is an exchange destination for bachelor students of Utrecht University School of Law.
The University of Cambridge uses the trimester system rather than the semester system.
Michaelmas Term: Approximately beginning of October - beginning of December
Lent term: Approximately mid January - mid March
Easter term: April - June
An Erasmus orientation event is held on the Friday before the start of the Michaelmas Term and a welcome dinner is held in the evening of the same day. Colleges organise their own induction events. There is no welcome event for students starting in Lent and Easter Terms, although Erasmus students are invited to attend the University’s general International Student welcome event.
Please check out the Academic Calendar
Grade requirement: average of 7,5
Language requirement: a C1 (CEFR) language level in English is required.
Once selected; students are to sit an online assessment as part of their application process at the University of Cambridge.
All students who are non-native speakers of English are required to sit an online English assessment as part of the application process, before the application deadline. Once the nomination has been received, an account will be set up for each student. Please note that the details will only be sent to the student’s Coordinator or nominated tutor/supervisor who will need to supervise the assessment. Students are exempt from taking the assessment if they already have one of the following qualifications taken within the last two years:
1. IELTS: a minimum overall grade of 7.5, with 7.0 in each element 2. Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English: at grade A 3. Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English: at grade A or B 4. TOEFL iBT Certificate with a minimum overall score of 100, with at least 25 in each element
More information: https://www.iso.admin.cam.ac.uk/information-incoming-students > scroll to English language assessment
All students must be proficient in English before arrival. English for academic purposes courses are organised by the Language Centre http://www.langcen.cam.ac.uk/
An exchange to Cambridge University is always for a full year, 1 semester is not possible.
Cambridge is an expensive place to live and students should expect living costs for the academic year to be around £9,670 as a minimum based on an 8 month stay. Students should have sufficient finances for the duration of their stay at Cambridge. Please note that students may be asked for financial guarantees to cover accommodation costs. It is not possible for students to undertake paid work during their study or to claim College/University financial aid. Erasmus grants are to be paid by the home university, not the host university.
Students who are of non EU nationality may be required to obtain a tier 4 visa to study in the UK for longer than 6 months.
You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table
Please note that the information below is subject to change:
Incoming students are permitted to:
a) choose three papers (or 2 papers and 2 half-papers);
b) or choose two papers and participate in a seminar course
University of Cambridge: 1 paper > 12 ECTS
Students who are interested in an exchange with Cambridge University are advised to contact the International Exchange Office to discuss the possibilities.
The number of students Utrecht University can send to Cambridge depends on how many Cambridge students choose Utrecht as their exchange destination. So numbers vary every year.
2020-2021: 1 student
2019-2020: 4 students
2018-2019: 4 students
2017-2018: 6 students
2016-2017: 8 students
Please note that you are expected to study full-time. The University of Cambridge therefore strongly discourages working next to your studies.
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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