Full-time LL.M. students can complete a semester at either institution from 2012

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Law School and University of Lausanne's Faculty of Law and Criminal Justice in Switzerland have announced an exchange agreement that will allow full-time LL.M. students to take a semester of their studies at either institution.

The exchange program will be available for students beginning in September 2012.

Students can commence study in September or February at the University of Lausanne and in March or July at UNSW Law.

For more information, please visit the UNSW Law website or UNIL LL.M. website. Or visit their full LLM GUIDE directory profiles: UNSW / UNIL Lausanne.

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