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Country United Kingdom
About the University Nottingham Trent University is one of the most sustainable universities in the world and they have been awarded Green Flags for the Brackenhurst and Clifton Campuses. They have approximately 27,000 students (HESA 2014 / 15) and have invested £350 million since 2003 across the three Campuses to create an inspiring learning environment.

Nottingham Trent University currently offers over 500 courses, which are run over three campuses and administered by eight academic schools.

At Nottingham Law School they take great pride in their outstanding and long established national and international reputation for excellence in legal education. They are one of the largest university law schools in the UK, with over 100 academic staff and 2,500 students.

They pride ourselves on:

- outstanding facilities, including suite of replica courtrooms
- staff who have real practical experience in the legal industry
- 96% of our students are now in employment or further study*
- close links with both legal and other professions
- Legal Advice Centre and pro bono opportunities

Student exchange information

Method of application at the RUG Online application form:
Application deadline RUG 01 March
Available places 4 semester places or 2 year-long places
Level of courses available for exchange students Bachelor
Main Language English
Language of instruction English
Language test results needed No
Language courses available Unknown
Important information Credit conversion (please keep in mind that credit conversion may always be subject to change):
2 credits = 1 ECTS

Link (law faculty) university View university website
Link International office View international office website
Visa needed No (unless you have a non-eu passport)
Vaccination needed No
Financial support / Grants More information on study and placement grants for law students can be found at the website

An Erasmus+ grant covers part of the travel and accommodation expenses involved in studying abroad. At the moment the Erasmus+ grant has been set at €170,-- to €270,-- per calendar month, depending on the country of your host university. This may change per academic year.

Your application for an exchange period at one of the Faculty’s partner universities also counts as your application for a grant. When you receive notification of a place for study abroad, you will also learn whether or not you have been awarded a Erasmus grant and receive more information on the Erasmus grant.

Student Reports

Nottingham Fall 2017.pdf (Size: 18 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Nottingham Fall 2018.pdf (Size: 223 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Nottingham Fall 2018-2.pdf (Size: 157 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Nottingham Fall 2018-1.pdf (Size: 81 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Nottingham Fall 2018-3.pdf (Size: 79 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Nottingham Fall 2019.pdf (Size: 99 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Nottingham Fall 2019-1.pdf (Size: 144 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)
Nottingham Fall 2019-2.pdf (Size: 80 Kb | Create Time: 01 Mar 2021)


Level of courses available Bachelor
LLB students: is a minimum of 30 ECTS available Yes
Link available courses View courses site
Last update (30 Mar 2020)