Study Law in France Through English
When looking into studying law in France, there are various degrees available. Some offer both French and English courses, while others teach exclusively in French.
Kent University’s LLB in English and French Law program is an innovative opportunity that gives you the unique chance to study two legal systems while spending a year at our partner university in France. This will enhance your critical and analytical abilities, foster awareness of law’s role within society, and give you insight into how law functions internationally.
The University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne is one of Europe’s premier universities, and its School of Law plays a significant role in French legal education. It offers several English-taught law degrees such as the Master of European Law and Doctorate in International and Comparative Law.
Students are strongly advised to apply for a Visa de Court Sejour pour Etudes (‘Schengen’ short-stay student visa), which allows them legal study in France for up to three months at no cost. This visa entitles you to stay in France during that period at no additional charge.
Before applying to a university in France, make sure you meet the language requirement. Universities typically set requirements based on nationality or age group; it’s therefore wise to check with them beforehand.