Study law in its European context. You will study the modules needed to progress towards qualification as a lawyer in England and spend a year abroad as an exchange student at one of the following universities: Leiden, Maastricht and Groningen (Netherlands); Leuven (Belgium); Lund and Uppsala (Sweden); Aarhus (Denmark); Prague (Czech Republic); Thessaloniki (Greece); Vilnius (Lithuania); LUISS, Rome (Italy); Lucerne (Switzerland); Ankara (Turkey); Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Comenius, Bratislava (Slovakia). All these universities offer law courses taught in English. If you have a French or Spanish A level (or equivalent) you can follow a modified programme to include French or Spanish-language tuition at UEA to prepare for a year in France (Bordeaux, Lorraine, Lyon III, Tours, Rennes I, Strasbourg) or Spain (Deusto Bilbao, Salamanca). Students fluent in German may study at universities in Berlin, Hamburg, Marburg and Trier (Germany) or Salzburg (Austria).