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Tilburg University: Bachelor in Law start in 2010

Programmes 23 June 2008, 00:00

By offering an English language bachelor's programme for both Dutch and foreign students, the Law faculty hopes to enlarge and to make the intake of students to existing English-language master's programmes more flexible.

The faculty of Law has submitted a request to the Executive Board to carry out a feasibility study into starting an English-language bachelor's programme. By offering an English language bachelor's programme for both Dutch and foreign students, the Law faculty hopes to enlarge and to make the intake of students to existing English-language master's programmes more flexible. "There is a demand among Dutch students for more knowledge about legal English.

This bachelor's programme could provide some habituation", says Hein Coppes, secretary of the Faculty council. "Also, during information days at secondary schools, we notice that high school students are quite interested in an English-language bachelor's programme." The study programme aims to attract about fifty foreign students and another thirty to fifty Dutch students. If the plan is approved, the first lecture could start in 2010. A group of Law scientists will research the exact outline. The request for the feasibility study will be discussed during the university council meeting on the budget distribution plan (TMP). [SB/transl.YV]

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