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Exchange Programmes for Lawyers

Follows is a list of institutions with which the Law Department currently has exchange agreements.

For more specific details, please read carefully the information underlying each entry. Should you have any queries, contact Zeineb Mazouz in Academic Service.

Submit your application by:

  • Departmental deadline: 18 November 2019
  • Institutional deadline: 14 January 2020

 

Programme: Bilateral exchange agreement between EUI, Law Department and Columbia Law School

Up to two LAW researchers per academic year.  

EUI researchers in the second or third year of the doctoral programme are eligible to participate in the exchange, subject to the support of their faculty supervisor and departmental recommendation.           

Duration is normally 4 months

Funding:             

Exempt from the payment of Tuition/fees to Columbia University,

 One place is funded by the EUI Law Department, a €4000 lump sum towards defraying living costs        

Application Procedure:   

The application procedure for the exchange programmes is divided into two separate and distinct phases.

Phase 1 - Application to the Law Department and the EUI

Researchers should submit their application to the Law Department by 22 November 2019

The application should include: 

  • Letter of support from the faculty supervisor  
  • Curriculum Vitae 
  • Two to three page statement of intent ("work plan") summarizing proposed activity and indicating preferred period and length of stay  

The Department will review all applications in its December departmental meeting and if approved the researcher should then submit their application to Academic Service by the Institutional deadline of 14 January 2020.

All applications from all departments will then be reviewed by the Entrance Board at the end of January. Reseachers will be informed of the institute's decision during the following week.

Phase 2 - Application to Columbia Law School

Successful applicants then have to apply to Columbia Law School. The relevant forms are available from Academic Service.

CLS has two submission deadlines:

  • For the Fall semester: 1 April
  • For the Spring semester: 1 September 

The host faculty will normally decide on the admission of EUI candidates for the:

  • Fall term in May

and for the:

  • Spring term in November

For further information contact Zeineb Mazouz, Academic Service (ext. 2216)          

             

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Programme: Bilateral exchange agreement between EUI, Law Department and Fordham University School of Law

Up to two LAW researchers per academic year.  

EUI researchers in the second or third year of the doctoral programme are eligible to participate in the exchange, subject to the support of their faculty supervisor and departmental recommendation.           

Duration is normally 4 months

Funding:             

Exempt from the payment of Tuition/fees to Fordham University School of Law

 

Application Procedure:   

The application procedure for the exchange programmes is divided into two separate and distinct phases.

Phase 1 - Application to the Law Department and the EUI

Researchers should submit their application to the Law Department by 22 November 2019.

The application should include: 

  • Letter of support from the faculty supervisor  
  • Curriculum Vitae 
  • Two to three page statement of intent ("work plan") summarizing proposed activity and indicating preferred period and length of stay  

The Department will review all applications in its December departmental meeting and if approved the researcher should then submit their application to Academic Service by the Institutional deadline of 14 January 2020.

All applications from all departments will then be reviewed by the Entrance Board at the end of January. Reseachers will be informed of the institute's decision during the following week.

Phase 2 - Application to Fordham University School of Law

Successful applicants then have to apply to Fordham University School of Law. The School does not have any specific deadline although applications should be submitted well in advance of the intended stay.

For further information contact Zeineb Mazouz, Academic Service (ext. 2216)          

             

Programme: Erasmus+

Up to two Law researchers may attend the London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Law for one term per annum. 

EUI researchers in the second or third year of the doctoral programme are eligible to participate in the exchange, subject to the support of their faculty supervisor and departmental recommendation.           

Funding:             

Exempt from the payment of Tuition/fees

An Erasmus study grant.

Application Procedure:   

The application procedure for the exchange programmes is divided into two separate and distinct phases.

Phase 1 - Application to the Law Department and the EUI

Researchers should submit their application to the Law Department by 22 November 2019.

The application should include: 

  • Letter of support from the faculty supervisor  
  • Curriculum Vitae 
  • Two to three page statement of intent ("work plan") summarizing proposed activity and indicating preferred period and length of stay  

The Department will review all applications in its December departmental meeting and if approved the researcher should then submit their application to Academic Service by the Institutional deadline of 14 January 2020

All applications to participate on exchange programmes from all departments will then be reviewed by the Entrance Board during January. Reseachers will be informed of the institute's decision accordingly.

Phase 2 - Application to London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Law

Successful applicants then have to apply to London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Law. There are no deadlines as such but all applications should be submitted in a reasonable time frame.

For further information,  contact Zeineb Mazouz, Academic Service (ext. 2216). 

             

Programme: EUI / US Exchange Programme        

Either one or two EUI law researchers (decided on a year to year basis) may attend New York University (NYU) School of Law per academic year. Researchers benefit from a non-degree visiting student status.     

EUI researchers in the second or third year of the doctoral programme are eligible to participate in the exchange, subject to the support of their faculty supervisor and departmental recommendation.           

Duration is normally 4 months (Sept. to Dec. - Fall; or mid-Jan. to mid-May - Spring; or end-May to mid-August, Summer).

Funding:             

Exempt from the payment of Tuition/fees to NYU              

€4000 (lump sum) contributed by EUI towards defraying living costs

 

Application Procedure:   

The application procedure for the exchange programmes is divided into two separate and distinct phases.

Phase 1 - Application to the Law Department and the EUI 

Researchers should submit their application to the Law Department by 22 November 2019.

The application should include: 

  • Letter of support from the faculty supervisor  
  • Curriculum Vitae 
  • Two to three page statement of intent ("work plan") summarizing proposed activity and indicating preferred period and length of stay  

The Department will review all applications in its December departmental meeting and if approved the researcher should then submit their application to Academic Service by the Institutional deadline of 14 January 2020.

All applications from all departments will then be reviewed by the Entrance Board during January. Reseachers will be informed of the institute's decision accordingly.

Phase 2 - Application to NYU, School of Law

Successful applicants then have to apply to NYU, School of Law. The relevant forms are available from Academic Service. 

NYU, School of Law has two submission deadlines:

  • For the Fall semester: 1 April
  • For the Spring semester: 1 October

The host faculty will normally decide on the admission of EUI candidates:

  • For the Fall term in May
  • For the Spring term in November  

 Further information from Zeineb Mazouz, Academic Service (ext. 2216)          

             

Programme: EUI / US Exchange Programme        

Up to four EUI researchers (usually one researcher per department) may attend University of California at Berkeley (UCB) per academic year. Researchers benefit from a non-degree visiting student status.     

EUI researchers in the second or third year of the doctoral programme are eligible to participate in the exchange, subject to the support of their faculty supervisor and departmental recommendation.           

Duration is normally 4 months:

  • Fall: September to December
  • Spring: mid-January to mid-May 
  • Summer: end-May to mid-August

Funding:             

Exempt from the payment of Tuition/fees to UCB   (N.B. this does not include campus fees, registration fee per term, application fees and possibly insurance)           

€4000 (lump sum) contributed by EUI towards defraying living costs

 

Application Procedure:   

The application procedure for the exchange programmes is divided into two separate and distinct phases.

Phase 1 - Application to the Law Department and the EUI

Researchers should submit their application to the Law Department by 22 November 2019.

  • The application should include: 
  • Letter of support from the faculty supervisor  
  • Curriculum Vitae 

Two to three page statement of intent ("work plan") summarizing proposed activity and indicating preferred period and length of stay  

The Department will review all applications in its December departmental meeting and if approved the researcher should then submit their application to Academic Service by the Institutional deadline of 14 January 2020.

All applications from all departments will then be reviewed by the Entrance Board during January. Reseachers will be informed of the institute's decision accordingly.

 

Phase 2 - Application to UCB, School of Law

Successful applicants then have to apply to UCB, School of Law The relevant forms are available from Academic Service. 

UCB School of Law has two submission deadlines:

  • For the Fall semester: 1 April
  • For the Spring semester: 1 September 

Further information from Zeineb Mazouz, Academic Service (ext. 2216)          

             

Programme: Bilateral exchange agreement between EUI, Law Department and the University of Michigan Law School

Up to two LAW researchers per academic year.  

EUI researchers in the second or third year of the doctoral programme are eligible to participate in the exchange, subject to the support of their faculty supervisor and departmental recommendation.           

Duration is normally 4 months

Funding:             

Exempt from the payment of Tuition/fees to University of Michigan Law School.

One place is funded by the EUI Law Department, a €4000 lump sum towards defraying living costs            

Application Procedure:   

The application procedure for the exchange programmes is divided into two separate and distinct phases.

Phase 1 - Application to the Law Department and the EUI

Researchers should submit their application to the Law Department by 22 November 2019.

The application should include: 

  • Letter of support from the faculty supervisor  
  • Curriculum Vitae 
  • Two to three page statement of intent ("work plan") summarizing proposed activity and indicating preferred period and length of stay  

The Department will review all applications in its December departmental meeting and if approved the researcher should then submit their application to Academic Service by the Institutional deadline of 14 January 2020.

All applications from all departments will then be reviewed by the Entrance Board at the end of January. Reseachers will be informed of the institute's decision during the following week.

Phase 2 - Application to the University of Michigan Law School

Successful applicants then have to apply to the University of Michigan Law School. The relevant forms are available from Academic Service.

The University of Michigan has two submission deadlines: 

Semester

Fall

Spring

Submission Deadline   

 15th February (TBC

15th June    

 

The host faculty will normally decide on the admission of EUI candidates:

  • For the Fall term in April
  • For the Spring term in August

For further information contact Zeineb Mazouz, Academic Service (ext. 2216)          

             

Programme: Bilateral exchange agreement between EUI, Law Department and the University of Texas at Austin, School of Law

Up to two LAW researchers per academic year.  

EUI researchers in the second or third year of the doctoral programme are eligible to participate in the exchange, subject to the support of their faculty supervisor and departmental recommendation.           

Duration is normally 4 months

Funding:             

Exempt from the payment of Tuition/fees to the University of Texas at Austin, School of Law

   

Application Procedure:   

The application procedure for the exchange programmes is divided into two separate and distinct phases.

Phase 1 - Application to the Law Department and the EUI

Researchers should submit their application to the Law Department by 22 November 2019

The application should include: 

  • Letter of support from the faculty supervisor  
  • Curriculum Vitae 
  • Two to three page statement of intent ("work plan") summarizing proposed activity and indicating preferred period and length of stay  

The Department will review all applications in its December departmental meeting and if approved the researcher should then submit their application to Academic Service by the Institutional deadline of 14 January 2020.

All applications from all departments will then be reviewed by the Entrance Board at the end of January. Reseachers will be informed of the institute's decision during the following week.

Phase 2 - Application to Fordham University School of Law

Successful applicants then have to apply to the University of Texas at Austin, School of Law. The School does not have any specific deadline although applications should be submitted well in advance of the intended stay.

For further information contact Zeineb Mazouz, Academic Service (ext. 2216)          

             

Programme: EUI / US Exchange Programme        

Up to four EUI researchers (usually one researcher per department) may attend University of Wisconsin at Madison (UWM) per academic year. 

Researchers benefit from a non-degree visiting student status.     

EUI researchers in the second or third year of the doctoral programme are eligible to participate in the exchange, subject to the support of their faculty supervisor and departmental recommendation.           

Duration is normally 4 months:

  • Fall: September to December
  • Spring: mid-January to mid-May 
  • Summer: end-May to mid-August

Funding:             

Exempt from the payment of Tuition/fees to UWM              

€4000 (lump sum) contributed by EUI towards defraying living costs

 

Application Procedure:   

The application procedure for the exchange programmes is divided into two separate and distinct phases.

Phase 1 - Application to the Law Department and the EUI 

Researchers should submit their application to the Law Department by 22 November 2019.

The application should include: 

  • Letter of support from the faculty supervisor  
  • Curriculum Vitae 
  • Two to three page statement of intent ("work plan") summarizing proposed activity and indicating preferred period and length of stay  

The Department will review all applications in its December departmental meeting and if approved the researcher should then submit their application to Academic Service by the Institutional deadline of 14 January 2022.

All applications from all departments will then be reviewed by the Entrance Board during January. Reseachers will be informed of the institute's decision accordingly.

Phase 2 - Application to UWM

Successful applicants then have to apply to UWM. 

For further information contact Zeineb Mazouz, Academic Service (ext. 2216)          

             

Page last updated on 16 October 2019