For fall 2013, two spots will be available for Cornell Law School students at University College London's Faculty of Laws' "Semester in London Programme."
The Faculty of Laws at University College London is consistently ranked among the top five in Britain in the Times Good University Guide. The program is held in UCL's Bentham House, in Endsleigh Gardens, in the Bloomsbury area of central London, minutes from the West End, the British Museum, the Inns of Court and the Royal Courts of Justice.
|24 - 28 September
||Various mandatory induction courses in UCL Faculty of Laws (Schedule distribution at orientation)|
|1 October||LL.M. Classes begin|
|14 December||UCL term ends|
|17 - 19 December||Last exam day for one term students|
Students select five courses from among the subjects being taught in UCL’s LL.M. program.
Five UCL courses equal 12 Cornell credits. Acceptance of credit is subject to determination by Cornell Law School.
For 2012-13, the estimated travel, living costs and other expenses incurred for the program by student participants is:
|Room and Board||$9,625|
London is not as handicapped-accessible as U.S. cities. In many locations in London, access for persons with disabilities to classrooms, offices, and other facilities may be limited. Further information on this subject is provided by UCL here and here.
The comprehensive UCL "Semester in London" website.