Feb. 26, 2011
Nottingham Law School makes links in India and Nigeria
Nottingham Law School at Nottingham Trent University was one of a select number of law schools invited to attend the Education UK Knowledge Law Mission in Pune, India in January 2011.
The purpose of this event, which was organised by the British Council, was to demonstrate the benefits of studying at a UK law school.
Nottingham Law School was represented by John Tingle, Reader in Health Law. He delivered lecturer and staff seminars on the law relating to the media and teaching methodologies.
While he was at the Education UK Knowledge Law Mission, Mr Tingle also visited and met with the heads of Bhateeya Vidyapeeth New Law College, Sybiosis Law School, Yeshwantro Chavan Law College, Indian Law Society’s College and Decan Education Society Law College. He spoke with staff and students to gain teaching and research links that can be now developed at Nottingham Law School.
Following the success of his trip to India, John Tingle headed off to Nigeria to visit both Lagos and Abuja to exhibit at another Education UK exhibition, organised by the British Council, and to meet with potential students who want to know more about living and studying in the UK.
Nottingham Law School is delighted to be successfully forging such strong international links.
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Content added on 26th February 2011.