Undergraduate Module Descriptor
LAW3000B: Law with International Study: Year Abroad
This module descriptor refers to the 2016/7 academic year.
Placements for this module will be secured by Law and the University Study Abroad co-ordinator. You will be provided with suitable preparatory materials and appropriate guidance during the final term of your second year. You will join your host University direct without returning to Exeter at the start of your third year and will re-join your Exeter degree programme at the start of your fourth year. Whilst abroad you will follow the syllabuses as provided by the host University.
Following selection onto the LLB with International Study Programme in your second year, you will be required to submit applications for your selected universities and to ensure that all necessary paperwork is completed in due time, and to attend preparatory meetings. You will be provided with contact details for both the host institution and for Exeter University. You will be asked to maintain regular contact with the Law Study Abroad Co-ordinator at Exeter, who will approve your programme of studies at the host institution. You will be provided with suitable preparatory materials and appropriate guidance during the final term of your second year. Learning and teaching methods for the modules taken at the host university will be determined by that university. You must liaise with your potential final year comparative law dissertation supervisor (see LAW3047A) during their year abroad and keep the Study Abroad Co-ordinator informed of your dissertation plan progress in their final term abroad.
Learning and Teaching
This table provides an overview of how your hours of study for this module are allocated:
|Scheduled Learning and Teaching Activities||Guided independent study||Placement / study abroad|
...and this table provides a more detailed breakdown of the hours allocated to various study activities:
|Category||Hours of study time||Description|
|Study Abroad Placement||1,200||Varies by institution|
This module has online resources available via ELE (the Exeter Learning Environment).