On 4 November 2020 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m., the EducationUSA Advising Team in Belgium, located within the Fulbright Commission will host the 2020 EducationUSA Virtual LL.M. Fair in Belgium as part of the LL.M. Tour across Europe. Join us! Now in its sixth year, the EducationUSA LL.M. Fair provides law students and young lawyers […]
What is an LL.M. degree, and why might a foreign-trained lawyer be interested in an LL.M. from an American law school? In today’s spotlight blog post, we’re talking about the experience of pursuing an LL.M. — or master of laws — degree from a law school in the United States.
Juggling a part-time job with a full-time education can be difficult, but it is also extremely rewarding. It has helped me during my college career by teaching me time management, assisting me financially, and giving me invaluable work experience that will prove helpful for life after college.
One of the most important parts of the college application process is “finding the right fit.” But while it is important to figure out what college or university is the best fit for you, the process doesn’t stop once you arrive on campus in the fall. Participating in student clubs and organizations can help you to find your fit on campus!
What does it mean to attend a Jesuit school? This answer will not be the same for everyone, but for me, the biggest way I see the Jesuit philosophy at SCU is in its people. The core curriculum, residence life, centers of distinction, and the Jesuits themselves all promote a culture that encourages thinking for yourself and using that ability to give back to those who need it most.