Course information and guidelines for Law courses.
Students studying Law courses can apply during their second year to study abroad for a full academic year in their third year. Upon returning to Manchester, you will complete your final year of study and be awarded with International Study recognition on your degree (a four-year degree course).
The full year abroad operates on a pass or fail basis. If you pass your modules taken at the host university, your final transcript will list them but not include them in calculating your final average mark. If you do not pass your modules abroad, you transfer back to your original Law course.
We offer you the opportunity to study abroad at universities across the world through The University of Manchester International Exchange Programme. For more information visit the Go Abroad website, the student mobility site and read our student experiences blog.
Where can you go?
You have the opportunity to choose from a fantastic list of partner universities (in Europe and out of Europe), to find out where you can go please visit the IPO section of the student mobility site.
Please note that students can only study abroad at universities that we have exchange agreements with.