||[Aug. 9th, 2010|02:02 pm]
The Question Club
I'm going into my senior year of undergraduate studies in New Jersey, and I am starting the process of determining which law schools to apply for. In the US, it is ridiculously expensive to go to law school (around $35,000) without including rent/food/other living costs. For fun, I looked into schools in Europe, and it seems a lot more economically feasible to me. Has anyone ever went overseas for graduate studies, preferably law school?|
Also, I know quite a few people on here live in Europe, so any information would be nice! I'm particularly looking into environmental law, as that is my current concentration towards my political science degree. What are some good schools in preferably English speaking/predominantly English speaking countries? Can you finance an international education with a loan taken out in the US? Also, what is the cost of living? I know the universities I researched have on and off campus housing accomodations, but I will be traveling with my SO. I wasn't sure if he would be allowed to stay in whatever accomodation I could receive from the university, so how expensive would it be to rent a studio or a 1 bedroom?
I'm sorry for all the questions! I'm completely lost as to how to begin looking into this, and some personal experience would be really helpful!
ETA: I would stay in Europe, not come back to the states!