ELSA Study Visit
Ever wondered how it is to study in any another city around the world? Cultural and social programme included!
A Study Visit is usually an international project of ELSA in which a faculty or national group visits one or more other ELSA groups and then welcomes them to their own faculty. Study Visits offer an unique opportunity to meet dedicated students from other countries on a personal level, experience incredible days in another city and on top of that enjoy an exciting academic program such as a visit to a court of law, a partner law firm of the respective ELSA faculty group or lectures by dedicated professors on a pre-selected topic.
Legal Pub Quiz
With beer and burgers students demonstrate their legal knowledge often moderated by professors. The teams are usually supervised by university assistants or lawyers from the practice.
Ever wondered how it is to study in any another city around the world? Cultural and social program included!
ELSA offers numerous opportunities to gain insights into various public institutions such as the European Parliament in Brussels, the Constitutional Court or the UNO in Vienna. An Institutional Visit is a visit to a governmental or non-governmental organisation, a body of public administration or a private institution. It may lead you to federal institutions at the national level (such as the Federal Administrative Court, the Supreme Court, the Constitutional Court, the Administrative Court or the Parliament) or at the international level (such as the Federal Administrative Court, the Supreme Court, the Constitutional Court, the Administrative Court or the Parliament) or at the international level Council of Europe). Depending on whether the visited organization is local or you may have to make a short trip first, an Institutional Visit can last a few hours or even a whole week (e. g. e. g. visiting various international institutions as part of a trip to Europe). Institutional Visits provide a wonderful insight into public service.