University of Bristol
The University of Bristol received its Royal Charter in 1909. Situated in the South-West of England, the University currently has about 11,400 students, of whom nearly 9,000 are studying on undergraduate courses for Bachelors degrees. The remainder are postgraduates studying Masters degrees or Doctorates. The School of Law opened in 1933 and is recognised as being one of the leading Law Schools in the United Kingdom. The Law School and Law library are situated in the Wills Memorial Building which is at the heart of Bristol.
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University of Groningen
The Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen is a modern, internationally oriented institution which builds on a longstanding tradition of almost four centuries. Law has been taught at the University of Groningen since its foundation in 1614.
Legal education in Groningen is known as solid and of high quality. It is, in its content and method, attuned to the fact that the law is changing rapidly and lawyers have to work in an increasingly international environment.
The Groningen Law Faculty has a stable position in the top three of the Dutch law faculties and is held in high reputation among the top law firms in the Netherlands.
Facts & figures (2011)
Number of students 3,841
Foreign students 281 (25 PhD, 256 degree, 107 exchange)
PhD students 54
Academic staff 115 (full time equivalent)
Full Professors 36 (persons)
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