Student Exchange

Study periods spent abroad not only enrich students' lives in the academic and professional fields, but can also improve language learning, intercultural skills, self-reliance and self-awareness. Their experiences give students a better sense of what it means to be a global citizen. In addition, many employers highly value such a period abroad, which increases the students' employability and job prospects. Staff exchanges have similar beneficial effects, both for the people participating and for the home and host institutions.

In the wake of globalization, students from various countries have a lot to learn from other countries, their legal systems, through an academic-cultural immersion. Student exchange programmes help achieve that and much more.

Logistically, student(s) from JGLS spends one (or two in exceptional cases) semester(s) in a partner university abroad, and earns credits in the host university, which fulfills the academic requirements at JGLS. The programme is reciprocal in nature, and therefore JGLS also accepts students from partner universities. The programme is also revenue-neutral for fee, and hence, students continue to pay for their tuition at home law school, but are responsible for their own travel and living expenses, except if they get a scholarship in two of our partner institutions.

JGLS has carved out successful student exchange programmes with following law schools around the world:

  • Universidad Torcuado Di Tella (Argentina)

  • Sydney Law School, University of Sydney (Australia)

  • The University of Melbourne (Australia)

  • University of New England (Australia)

  • University of New South Wales (Australia)

  • Murdoch University (Australia)

  • Bond University (Australia)

  • Griffith University (Australia)

  • Escola De Direito De Sao Paulo Da Fundacao Getulio Vargas (Brazil)

  • Fundacao Getulio Vargas (Brazil)

  • Faculty of Law, Queen's University (Canada)

  • Osgoode Hall Law School (Canada)

  • University of Chile (Chile)

  • East China University of Political Science and Law (China)

  • Tsinghua University (China)

  • Zhejiang University Guanghua Law School (China)

  • Faculty of Jurisprudence and Polictical Science Automous University (Dominican Republic)

  • Sciences Po (France)

  • Bucerius Law School (Germany)

  • EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht (Germany)

  • School of Law of City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

  • Tel Aviv University (Isreal)

  • International University College of Turin (Italy)

  • Tilburg Law School (Netherlands)

  • Singapore Management University (Singapore)

  • Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Spain)

  • IE University (Spain)

  • Esade Law School (Spain)

  • National Taiwan University (Taiwan)

  • KOC University (Turkey)

  • Oxford University (UK)

  • Queen Mary University of London (UK)

  • University of Southampton (UK)

  • King's College London (UK)

  • Washington College of Law (USA)

  • Brooklyn Law School (USA)

  • Cornell University (USA)

  • Indiana University (USA)

  • Kansas School of Law (USA)

  • Mississippi College School of Law (MC Law) (USA)

  • Montgomery College, Rockville (USA)

  • St. Mary's University (USA)

  • Temple University (USA)

  • Texas A & M University - Commerce Dallas (USA)

  • James E. Rogers College of Law (USA)

  • University of Baltimore (USA)

  • Berkeley Law (USA)

  • University of Hawai'I William S. Richardson School of Law (USA)

  • University of Illinois (USA)

  • University of Michigan Law School (USA)

  • University of California, Davis (USA)

  • University of New Hampshire School of Law (USA)

  • Pepperdine University (USA)

  • Fordham University (USA)