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    France is appealing to most law students because of the opportunity to get a higher education around important academics as well as getting one of the best international education. If you’re convinced that you want to approach law in France, here are some top four picks of the best law schools and universities with law programs in France and even Europe.

    Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne: The Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne offers a one-year program, During this year, students will be trained in both public and private law as well as European Union law related to business activities in France and generally in Europe. Although these courses are taught in English the students will still have plenty of opportunities to learn French and visit important French institutions.

    Queen Mary University of London: The Queen Mary School of Law offers several bachelor and masters programs, covering different subject combinations as well as study-abroad opportunities. Not only are they academically improving but they are charitable as well. This University makes headlines in different fields such as politics, medicine, psychology etc.

    Sciences Po: Sciences Po’s programs and degrees are up to international standards and are recognized by some of the most renowned universities that even offer dual degrees in bachelor, master, and doctorate level. The best thing about this university is also the fact that the programs are taught entirely in English so you can learn French as you go about your studies.

    Université Toulouse 1 Capitole: University of Toulouse was the 2nd university created in France with these four original courses theology, canon law, civil law and Arts which then later on were alongside the new courses such as: medicine, economy, human sciences etc.

    Also check out this post on Cheap Universities to Study in France for Foreign Students

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