Norwich, England Exchange - Academic Program
Stetson students must must achieve a minimum of a 2.25 grade point average on a scale of 4 or equivalent. Stetson students may participate in the exchange program in their second year of study.
Students earn an LL.M. degree from the University of East Anglia Law School upon successful completion of a year of academic work. Students may choose to specialize their English LL.M. in one of seven concentrations.
Stetson J.D. students typically participate in this program during their second year of full-time study, and there are no language requirements. Students may choose to complete their LL.M. in one of the following concentrations: international commercial and business law, information technology and intellectual property law, international commercial and competition law, media law, policy and practice, international trade law, employment law, or a general LL.M.
Credits earned at University of East Anglia will be reflected as transfer credits at Stetson and will not affect grade point average.
Students in 2018
No students participated in the UEA exchange in 2018.