Low residence law students! Spend spring semester 2013 in Oslo

Low residence law students! Spend spring semester 2013 in Oslo

Low residence law students! Spend spring semester 2013 in Oslo

The European Humanities University (EHU) is pleased to announce an opportunity for EHU low residence students of law to participate in the exchange study program in cooperation with the University of Oslo.

The University of Oslo is the largest and oldest institution of higher education in Norway. It has more than 27,000 students and provides a high quality education in accordance with European standards. Its faculty of law is one of the oldest at the University. For more information about the University, visit its website.

Low residence EHU law students may take one semester (a period of five months) of high residence studies at the University of Oslo's department of law, obtaining 30 ECTS per semester. All courses taken at the University of Oslo will be fully recognized by EHU.

Students will spend the spring semester (2013) studying in Norway. Spring semester at Olso University begins January 1 and ends May 31. The language of instruction is English. The maximum number of places available is six. Selected candidates will be offered a scholarship. Travel expenses and visa fee will be covered. Housing may be provided at extra charge, if available, upon request.


Requirements for Applicants

An applicant must be:

1. A law student in good standing enrolled in EHU's low residence program;

2. Hold Belarusian citizenship or be a current resident of Belarus;

3. Have completed at least three years of coursework in EHU's law program;

4. Must speak English and demonstrate English language skills by providing evidence of test scores not lower than 230 on the TOEFL CBT, 550 on the TOEFL PBT, or 6 on the IELTS, on average.


Required Documents and Deadline

The following documents must be submitted to Andrej Vankov, head of EHU's International Office at Tauro g. 12, Room 202, in Vilnius by no later than 12:00 p.m. on October 10, 2012:

1. A transcript of records with applicant's grade point average. For a transcript of records, contact Diana Urganova
, low residence Law department methodologist.

2. Application form and a motivation letter.

3. Copy of passport, including pages with registration address and photo.

4. TOEFL/IELTS certificate.

For more information, contact EHU's International Office.

 

Co-financed by:European Commission