SKKU-Fordam Summer Institute of International Law
SKKU-Fordham Summer School is a concentrated three-week program approved by the American Bar Association. Students can enroll in one of several three-credit courses in international and comparative law subjects traditionally taught by distinguished faculty from Fordham, Columbia University, University of Washington, and University of Virginia. For more information about the Summer Institute see the 'Study Abroad' section of this website.
Dual Degree Program
Joint degree programs with U.S. law schools give students the chance to obtain both a J.D. from SKKU and an LL.M. degree in the United States. Agreements have been made with Fordham School of Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law; University of Washington School of Law and Emory University School of Law, to allow qualified law students to enroll in their respective LL.M. programs. Obtaining an LL.M. degree also affords SKKU law students the opportunity to qualify for the New York bar exam.
SKKU Law School has long-standing exchange programs with world-renowned universities for legal studies and faculty research during the academic year, including Peking University, Kobe University, National Chung Cheng University, University of Paris, and Max Planck Institutes.
SKKU Law School also has many exchange partnerships with the following universities :
- Nagoya University (Japan)
- Keio University (Japan)
- Renmin University (China)
- Jilin University (China)
- Unisinos University (Brazil)
- Edinburgh University (the UK)
- Vietnam National Unversity (Vietnam)