Law student exchange
Complete part of your degree in other Universities while earning credits towards your University of Auckland Law degree.
Visit 360 International for all information on:
- How to apply
- What to do after coming back
- Link to via TRM
- General information
Outbound student exchanges
When you go abroad
- You are usually in your 4th or 5th year
- You can go for a semester (or two)
- You remain enrolled at the University of Auckland
- You continue to pay tuition fees at Auckland, not to the partner institution
Benefits to Law students
- Experiencing a different culture will broaden your horizons
- Increase your cultural awareness
- Develop a much more international outlook
- Help you to become more flexible and adaptable in your work and study
- Chance to develop lasting international friendships and business links
- Study subject not covered at University of Auckland
- Gain a comparative perspective on NZ law
Where can Law students go?
Review the Exchange Partner page for the most up to date list of partners, and to review the Exchange Partner Fact Sheets.
- Aarhus University, Denmark
- Bucerius Law School, Germany
- Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
- Ghent University, Belgium
- Indiana University, USA
- Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University, France
- Keio University, Japan
- King's College London, UK
- KU Leuven, Belgium
- Lund University, Sweden
- National University of Singapore, Singapore
- Newcastle University, UK
- Peking University, China
- Queen Mary University of London, UK
- Stockholm University, Sweden
- Tilburg University, Netherlands
- Tsinghua University, China
- University College Dublin, Ireland
- University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
- University of Arizona, USA
- University of Bergen, Norway
- University of British Columbia, Canada
- University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- University of Glasgow, UK
- University of Hong Kong, China
- University of Leeds, UK
- University of Nottingham, UK
- University of Oslo, Norway
- University of Toronto, Canada
- University of Virginia, USA
- Western University, Canada
- Uppsala University, Sweden
- Utrecht University, Netherlands
Faculty Specific Requirements
- Must complete compulsory Part III courses:
- LAW301 A+B Land Law
- LAW306 A+B Equity
- LAW316 Jurisprudence
- If a student is going on exchange in their last semester they must enrol into LAW 498 in the penultimate semester
- In selecting courses cannot select courses that are substantially similar to the ones completed at University of Auckland.
How to apply
- Review the eligibility requirements and application process for the 360 International Semester Exchange Programme. Please see Eligibility and timing and How to Apply
- Research your host university options and ensure you carefully review the exchange partner university fact sheets
- Submit your application to 360 International on Via TRM
- Complete your Course Approval Form once you have received a nomination offer from 360 International for a specific partner university. For more information, please see Supporting documentation.
- University of Auckland tuition fees
- StudyLink portable
- Scholarships available
- Individual universities grants and scholarships
- 360 International Exchange Awards
- 360 International Award for Māori and Pacific Students
- 360 International Award for Equity Students
- Prime Minister’s Scholarships for Asia (PMSA)
For more information, please visit 360 International Funding.
Opportunity to Study in London
Centre for Transnational Legal Studies London – Part III Law Students
The London-based Centre for Transnational Legal Studies, launched in 2008 and administered by Georgetown Law Centre staff is a global partnership currently encompassing over 20 schools from almost as many countries around the world.
- The University of Auckland Law School joined the partnership in 2010 as an Affiliate Member
- The Faculty will cover the tuition fees for one student to attend one semester at the CTLS in London.
- Accommodation and travel costs must be paid by the student.
- Subjects studied may be credited towards the LLB or LLB (Hons).
Inbound student exchanges
- Undergraduate Elective Courses
- Master of Laws
Need more information?
- Attend a 360 International Information seminar held every Thursday at 2pm in iSPACE, Level 4, Student Commons, 2 Alfred Street. During the seminar you can talk to a 360 International adviser and have your questions answered.
- 360 International
Who can I talk to
If you have any question about the programme in general, how to apply or to get an update on your application, please contact the 360 International Team
If you would like to discuss academic matters such as your course approval, contact Law student advisor Angela Vaai firstname.lastname@example.org