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Is studying abroad good for Law School?
However, studying abroad helps a student gain knowledge of the law of another country and develop a broader perspective of law as a discipline. It also helps students who may not be aiming for a career in litigation but for one in multinational corporations.
Why study international law at GCSE?
The majority of students deciding to study international law, do so with the intention of working in the legal profession as a lawyer. Studying an international law qualification allows graduates to study for the Legal Practice Course without studying for the Graduate Diploma in Law which will allow students to become International Law specialists.
What are the admission requirements for studying law abroad?
Admission Requirements for studying law abroad: Academic qualification: The candidate needs to have passed qualifying exam scoring minimum marks; for example English Language Proficiency: The candidate must have taken English language proficiency tests like IELTS (Academic) or TOEFL.
What can I do with an international law degree?
Similarly, many who study International law also pursue careers within social industries such as journalism or working for charitable organisations such as Amnesty International or Oxfam. Competition for places on an International Law degree programme will be particularly strong and as such the entry level requirements to study will reflect this.