Brandeis Study Abroad Account
Office of Study Abroad
(781) 736- 3483
Brown 325, MS 042
Study Abroad Ambassadors
Want to learn more about studying abroad with a minor in Legal Studies? Contact one of the Study Abroad Ambassadors for more information.
Study abroad experiences encourage students to think about Legal Studies through different cultural contexts. The Brandeis in The Hague program, for example, is a wonderful study abroad choice for Legal Studies students. For more information on adding an international focus to your curriculum, check out the sections below.
1. Can I receive Legal Studies (LGLS) credit for courses taken overseas?
Yes, students may take up to a maximum of two courses for the minor. Students on the Brandeis in The Hague program will have all courses count towards the Legal Studies minor.
2. Is it possible to take LGLS 10a abroad?
No. This course is required to be taken at Brandeis.
3. Is it possible to complete the internship requirement while studying abroad or on Brandeis in The Hague program?
Yes, for Brandeis in The Hague programs and with advanced permission for other programs.
- Brandeis in The Hague (Summer & Spring)
The Hague, Netherlands
- SIT/ Switzerland: International Studies and Multilateral Diplomacy
- School of Oriental and African Studies
Visit the Brandeis Approved Programs List to review a comprehensive list of programs that offer Legal Studies coursework.
Generally, students who study abroad for one semester have no difficulty completing the Legal Studies minor. Those who choose to study abroad for an entire year may need to work with their advisor or the Study Abroad Liaison to develop a plan that will allow them to finish the major on time.
To assist students with their academic choices abroad and to help answer any questions about receiving minor credit while abroad, each academic department and program has assigned a faculty member to serve as the Study Abroad Liaison. Legal Studies majors who plan to study abroad should speak with the study abroad liaison before they go abroad, and again once they have returned from study abroad.
The liaison for Legal Studies is Prof. Richard Gaskins.
Students wishing to receive Legal Studies credit for work done off campus during the academic year should discuss their desired coursework with their study abroad liaison for Legal Studies. After returning from abroad, download and complete the electronic Petition to Request Substitution for a Requirement form.
The Institute for International Public Policy (IIPP) Fellowship Program provides underrepresented minority students with the education and training needed to successfully enter, advance and lead in international affairs careers.
Visit the Study Abroad Financial Information page to read more about funding your study abroad experience.