Studying Law at the University of Exeter
Studying Law from a reputed U.K. university can open many doors of opportunity for you
With a Law degree, your career is not just limited to barrister and solicitor. Numerous opportunities are available to you beyond the legal profession. From Arbitration, Legal Advisor, Risk Analyst, Lecturer, Attorney to many more. Law as a field rouses discipline, solid relational abilities, critical thinking, useful regulatory aptitudes, and moral mindfulness. With world-class reputation, outstanding curriculums, renowned academics and a safe learning environment, U.K. as a destination becomes one of the finest choices to pursue a degree for an international student.
The beautiful campus of the University of Exeter
U.K. presents a wide range of university options to Indian students, with many of them being recognised for its world-class research. As a country, U.K. offers a range of Law programs to enhance an international student’s educational experience. Specialisations such as international law, commercial law, business, governance, medical, among many others are available, which open excellent opportunities for careers regionally, nationally, and internationally.
Pursuing Law at the University of Exeter
Whether you have already decided to study Law in the UK or are still wondering if you should pick this discipline, there are excellent career opportunities available after graduating from a Law school. International Law graduates can find work that is both exciting and highly rewarding. The University of Exeter understands that moving to a new country is as exciting as it can be challenging, and so, we are there to support you at each step of your journey to make your experience enriching and worthwhile.
Aerial view of the University’s Streatham Campus in the City of Exeter
A Law degree from the University of Exeter (a part of the Russell Group) is a great blend of academic rigour, including critical, theoretical and reflective dimensions. To help make our students more employable, we have various activities like employer visits, mooting, pro bono, and skills sessions (such as advocacy and negotiation), so they have various opportunities to gain transferable skills and get introduced to potential employers.
Employing you around the world
The dedicated Careers Zone team at the University of Exeter has strong relationships with global graduate employers to support your career aspirations. Plus, our Global Opportunities Team supports students to apply for jobs in the UK as well as back home.
With a network of more than 300 employers including HSBC, Deloitte, PwC, IBM, EY, Toshiba, Mara, Bosch and Siemens, all our students have bright chances of placement. All these companies regularly recruit our students for graduate schemes and one-year sandwich-style placements along with summer and short placements.
In fact, 90% of our graduates enter professional level work or graduate level study just six months after graduation (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey 2016/17). Some examples of graduate destinations include careers in the legal profession (barristers, solicitors, and paralegals), investment consultation, politics, compliance analysis, human resources, amongst others. At the university, you can enrol in ‘LLB with Professional Placement Programme’ at the end of year 1 of your bachelor level Law studies.
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Updated on February 11, 2021
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Dr. Joasia Luzak
Dr. Joasia Luzak is an Associate Professor in Law (Education and Research) and the Director of the Centre for European Legal Studies. She is also a Guest Associate Professor at the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
She holds a PhD in Law (2011) from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands and obtained her LL.M degree in Law cum laude at the University of Warsaw, Poland (2004). She also graduated with distinction from a two-year course on English and European Law co-organized by Cambridge and Warsaw Universities (2003).