Be an Exchange Student at NUS Law!

Hosting over 120 international exchange students each year, and with the more than 100 international LL.M. students, NUS Law is no doubt a vibrant and cosmopolitan hub for learning and for making friends from all around the world. NUS Law prides itself on its global outlook, and as part of this mission, the faculty continues to develop its extensive student exchange programme. The NUS Law campus is situated next to the Botanic Gardens, and is 10 minutes away from one of the most remarkable shopping streets in the world, Orchard Road.

NUS Law is a partner with more than 40 universities worldwide, from nearby Asia, to those in the Americas, Europe and Australasia. While priority for an exchange opportunity will be given to these partner universities, students from other universities can also apply to spend a semester at NUS Law.

We look forward to welcoming you to our diverse community of students and scholars. Take advantage of this opportunity now!

“Naming one highlight of my stay at NUS is difficult. The class experience was really interesting and demanding because a part of my grade was based on class participation. I lived in UTown, the new part of main campus, a truly magnificent place to stay. Everything I needed was within a short walk, people were so kind and the apartments were really good. I met a lot of new friends from all over the world who helped in making my exchange at NUS one of the best times of my life.”

Christian Dysted, exchange student for Semester 2 AY 11/12, from University of Copenhagen, Denmark

"The way of teaching at NUS Law was different compared to Denmark, because the professors are better at involving the students in class discussions. I think that makes you study harder for every class. At the same time, I really liked the NUS Law football team. The players were all very open-minded, and joining the team helped us get to know a lot of the local students. One of them even came and visited us in Copenhagen."

Rasmus Budtz, exchange student for Semester 2 AY 11/12, from University of Copenhagen, Denmark


(From left to right: Rasmus Budtz, Samuel Woldu and Christian Dysted from University of Copenhagen)
 

For more information on the exchange programme for overseas students, click here .
 

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