France: Semester in Orléans, Paris or Toulouse

SLU LAW students with strong French language skills may study law at the Université d´Orléans or the Université Paris-Dauphine during the fall semester of their third year. Both programs provide excellent opportunities for students to experience French culture and French law. Paris-Dauphine specializes in commercial and business law. Following completion of the Dauphine semester and receipt of SLU LAW's J.D. degree, students may apply to return to Dauphine to complete a master's degree in law. A French master's degree in law and an apprenticeship in France make students eligible to sit for the French bar examination. Instruction in English is offered through the Université of Toulouse in France to students who wish to experience French culture, without having mastered the language.

Université Paris Dauphine in France
Students may study law for one semester with the Université Paris Dauphine in France. The Université Paris Dauphine specializes exclusively in the areas of business and commercial law and requires that students enrolled in the semester abroad program take all of the classes offered in their Master 2 Program. This program offers an experience in French culture while working toward a law degree. The language of instruction is French; students wishing to participate must be sufficiently fluent in French to succeed in the program. Students who successfully complete courses receive credit toward their J.D. degrees from the School of Law. Participants typically take at least 12 credit hours during the exchange and the School of Law will accept a maximum of 14 credits. These credits will not factor into the student's cumulative grade point average but appear as letter grades on the student's transcript.

Faculté de Droit d'Economie et de Gestion of the Université de Orléans in France
Students may study law for one semester with the Faculte de Droit d'Economie et de Gestion of the Université d'Orléans in France. This program offers an experience in French culture while working toward a law degree. The language of instruction is French; students wishing to participate must be sufficiently fluent in French to succeed in the program. Students who successfully complete courses receive credit toward their J.D. degrees from the School of Law. Participants typically take at least 12 credit hours during the exchange and the School of Law will accept a maximum of 14 credits. These credits will not factor into the student's cumulative grade point average but appear as letter grades on the student's transcript.

Université de Toulouse in France
Students may study law for one semester with the Université of Toulouse in France. This program offers an experience in French culture while working toward a law degree. The language of instruction is English. Students who successfully complete courses receive credit toward their J.D. degrees from the School of Law. Participants typically take at least 12 credit hours during the exchange and the School of Law will accept a maximum of 14 credits. These credits will not factor into the student's cumulative grade point average but appear as letter grades on the student's transcript.

Applications
Université Dauphine-Paris, France Application
Université D'orléans, France Application

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