Erasmus+ is the EU's 2014-2020 programme for boosting skills and employability through education, training, youth and sport. Queen Mary University of London participates in the Erasmus+ Programme and can supply funding to a limited number of students for study placements in certain countries outside of Europe. QMUL undergraduate students in the School of Law can apply to complete a year abroad in China or India through the International Credit Mobility Programme (ICM) under Erasmus+.
This is an excellent opportunity to study at a prestigious academic partner in Law outside of the UK, personalise your Law degree with niche international experience in China or India, boost your employability and give your future career a competitive edge through a life-changing experience.
There are many reasons and some of them will be personal to you:
Application deadline: 1 January 2018.
Information on how to apply is available on QMPlus.
Any QMUL student completing a 4-year LLB (Hons) programme is eligible to apply for the Erasmus+ programme that would allow them to complete their third year abroad with funding.
The exchange lasts a full academic year during 2018/19, and students are provided with 8 months of grant funding. Students going to China spend the full academic year at one of the partners. Students going to India spend one semester at each Indian ICM partner institution.
Students wishing to apply for a funded exchange under the Erasmus+ ICM Programme can study at one of Law’s ICM partner institutions:
Two full-year grants available:
Four full-year grants available; students complete 1 semester at each partner:
There is no fee for taking part. If the application is successful, participants:
(*) Current negotiations regarding the UK leaving the EU do not affect QMUL’s current Erasmus+ opportunities as funding is approved.
Visit the Erasmus+ beyond Europe (ICM) webpages for outgoing students maintained by the Global Opportunities Office for full programme details.
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