University of Warwick is an exchange destination for Utrecht University School of Law students.
The University of Warwick offers a four day orientation programme, ideal for students new to studying in the UK. Orientation is a residential induction programme, packed full of activities, social events and information sessions to help you adjust to and studying at the University of Warwick. You can find out more about the programme here
Autumn term: October up to and including December
Spring term: January up to and including March
Summer term: April up to and including July (this is an exam term, no classes take place between the end of April to the end of June).
Language requirements: B2 - No official test is necessary
Students are allowed to do a non-law module (7.5 ECTS per term), it is expected that students take at least 75% of their workload in the Law Department.
Modern english legal system (7,5 ECTS) is an obligated course for students coming from a country not having the common law system.
Please note that the following modules might NOT be available for exchange students:
LA127 – Introduction to Law and Humanities
LA230 – Law and the International Business Environment
LA242 – Origins of English Law
LA307 – Law of Trusts
LA351 – Taxation
LA371 – Corporate Tax Law
LA379 – Law and Disorder
LA381 – Writing Human Rights
LA384 – Art of Advocacy
LA389 – Private Rights and Wrongs
LA390 – Public Legal Education
LA115 - The Modern English Legal System: this course is compulsory for students who want to follow law courses and have not studied in a common law system!
In the past it was difficult to find courses that were running for only one semester. 18-19: a UU law student notified us that it is possible to go on an exchange to Warwick for one semester and follow courses. You will have to be prepared to follow any course that is available. You will be assisted by a tutor at Warwick.
You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table
Number of places available: 3 students, max 10 months
We advise students to opt for a full year. Or if you want to go for 1 semester choose term 1. Students who want to stay for term 2 and 3 may have reduced module choices,
Students who would like to go for term 1 or term 1&2, please note that issuing your transcript might take until the end of term 3. This means you will not be able to graduate until June/July.
An exchange for 1 term is always on request and has to be approved by Warwick University.
However, Warwick University will always try to accommodate students from Utrecht University.
You can always discuss your options with the coordinator of Utrecht University
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 International Exchange Office Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance
Need to have your STUDY PLAN signed? Contact the study advisor at your School (department).
For general questions and handing in or picking up Erasmus documents, you can visit the International Exchange Office at the Student Desk (you do not have to make an appointment).
We are located at Janskerkhof 3, Utrecht (at the School of Law)
Walk-in hours: Monday and Wednesday from 3 PM until 4:30 PM
Telephone / Email
+31 (0)30 253 7289
You can make an appointment by sending an email. Don't forget mention your student number. You can also call +31 (0)30 253 7289.
Please note that Utrecht University offices will be closed during the December holidays from 23rd of December 2019 untill the 6th of January 2020. We wish you all the warmest of holiday cheer!
International Exchange Office - Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance
3512 BK Utrecht