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 27,500 students, of whom nearly 20,300 are studying on undergraduate courses for Bachelors degrees. The remainder are postgraduates studying Masters degrees or Doctorates.
The University of Bristol Law School 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 iconic Wills Memorial Building which is at the heart of Bristol.
Eötvös Loránd University Budapest
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, (ELTE), Hungary’s oldest, largest and most prestigious university was founded in 1635. The University received the distinguished title of Research University in 2010.
Tuition at the Faculty of Law of ELTE University began in 1667. No other Hungarian Faculty of Law has longer uninterrupted record, and it ranks well among the most venerable of Central Europe’s law schools in distinction. The Faculty of Law maintains wide-ranging international relations primarily with universities in Europe and is proud to be involved in educational and research projects with similar institutions abroad. In recent years we have placed special emphasis on consolidating ties with universities in neighbouring countries to promote intensive regional co-operation in legal education.
Integrating research and education at the Faculty into the European Higher Education Area and fostering international educational and scholarly ties are key components of our vision.
Ghent University was founded by royal decree in 1816 and opened its doors in 1817. The Faculty of Law was one of the four original faculties. The Faculty of Law and Criminology at Ghent University provides academic teaching and services based on innovative scientific research. Scientific research is performed within 3 faculty departments and over 20 research units encompassing all possible disciplines within the fields of law and criminological sciences. An overview of the different research units can be found on the faculty’s research website.
At our faculty you’ll find:
– relevant research > we go for impact on scientific and social debates. We focus on interaction with stakeholders and societal value creation;
– research with integrity > research with attention for quality assurance and ethical and legal frameworks and standards;
– collaborative research > we facilitate mutual collaboration among researchers. Combined forces achieve greater impact.
Georg-August University Göttingen
University of Groningen
The Faculty of Law at the University of Groningen is a modern, internationally oriented institution that has existed for nearly four centuries. As it measures itself amongst the best law faculties in Europe, advanced systems of quality control have been implemented to continuously improve the Faculty’s research and education. Although the Faculty has grown to become one of the largest law faculties in the Netherlands, it has kept a friendly and informal atmosphere where good relations exist between staff and students.
University of Lille
A a dynamic institution connected with some of the world’s highest-ranking foreign universities, the University of Lille attracts many students. They benefit from excellent studying conditions on huge campuses.
For many years now, the University of Lille has made international development central to its way of working, courses and research.
Having won a place on a huge national plan to finance excellence (I-site) in 2017, it is now committed to structuring its international policy around several main themes, international recruitment methods and partnerships of excellence.
The doctoral School gathers 4 universities in the north of France ( Lille, Boulogne sur Mer, Douai and Valenciennes) and deals with legal sciences, political sciences and finance/marketing : 300 PhD students, 100 researchers and research professors, 7 research centers. Most of the students (about 80 %) come from University of Lille and study law.
Roma Tre University
The Roma Tre Law Department was created in 1995 as a spin-off of the historical La Sapienza University. In these decades it has grown considerably and staffs around 100 tenured faculty members, of which 37 full professors. It enrolls around 4000 students, of which an average of 900 in their first year. It is significantly engaged in international educational programmes, among which a traditional five year Law Degree (Global Legal Studies) nearly entirely in English and a Master’s Degree in Law & Technology entirely in English. It offers an international PhD programme in partnership with University College Dublin, Luxembourg, Lyon 2, Birkbeck- University of London, University of Technology Sydney, and Vilnius universities.
For its intense research activitity and international networking it has received significant extra funding as one of the 15 “Law Departments of Excellence” for the years 2018/2022, and is now applying for its renewal for 2023/2027. In the last report (2022) by the the National Evaluation Agency for Universities (ANVUR) on the quality of research activities, the Roma Tre Law Department has ranked first among the law departments of large-sized universities, and third among those of all Italian universities.
University of Turku
The Faculty of Law at the University of Turku is a modern, future-oriented academic community providing high-quality education and research in all fields of law. It carries out research in areas ranging from law and gender to the sociology of law, information, and technology to algorithms and artificial intelligence. The community is open to international cooperation and welcomes researchers from various parts of the world. The Faculty of Law performed well in the QS World University Rankings by subject, and several members of staff hold positions of trust as scientific assessors in both the domestic and international scientific community. The faculty aims to be publicly engaged in actively observing and critically evaluating decisions made in society from a legal standpoint. Faculty staff participate actively in public discussion, and the partners and faculty alumni also play an important role in developing its activities.
The Faculty of Law of Uppsala University has one department, the Department of Law. In total over 200 people work at the Department, of which over 100 are scholars and teachers. In addition there are about 60 doctoral students and other coworkers who all operate from centrally located premises.
Both the research and the education at Juridicum have expanded and strengthened over the years, and today there are substantial teaching and research activities within a wide range of subjects.
The strong research environment as well as extensive international cooperation are important elements for the popular teaching model which has made the law programme at Uppsala one of Scandinavia’s most popular programmes.