Short Courses which are admitted as international exposure shall comply with the following requirements.
- The taken course shall have a tight correlation with the legal issues. It will be better if the course is fit with the student’s concentration study.
- Besides, the course shall be offered by reputable and qualified institution, such as university (ex: University of Tokyo, Institute of Social Studies, International Anti-Corruption Academy, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, etc); AND/OR International NGO (such as: Transparency International, Friends of the Earth, Amnesty International, etc); AND/OR reputable international organisation (like UN, OECD, WB, ASEAN etc).
- Minimum duration of the international course shall be five days, as it is considered as the appropriate minimum time to enable the students engaging with the international communities.
- Do not choose a course which is lower or higher than your academic qualification. There was an incident that IUP declined a student’s application because the course was intended for an advanced participant (mid-career of lawyers and researchers).