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I attended the classes of the one-term Chinese Law Taught in English (CLTE) programme at the China-EU School of Law (CESL) from September 2012 to January 2013.

CESL is supposed to be a faculty of the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) and is partly financed from the EU resources, however the relationship between the CESL and CUPL is not very clear and the position of the student depends whether he/she is a student of the CESL or of the CUPL.

The CLTE classes were taught in English, but I was allowed to attend classes taught in Chinese with Chinese Master's students without any obstacle. Some of the classes are interesting and helpful, but the major part is determined for the European law and economics students without any prior knowledge concerning China and Chinese Studies and is thus related to the Chinese law only partially and is more an introduction to the Chinese history, political situation and administrative system of the PRC.

The exams are usually in the form of essays with the topics related to the subject of the respective class.

There was an opportunity to attend part-time Chinese language class, but only for the zero-level beginners (free for CUPL students, about 8000 RMB for CESL students).

Classes are held in the Changping campus, where the CESL is located, with all the disadvantages of the Changping district (I can't thing of any advantage right now), but my colleague attended a similar program in the Haidian campus in the CUPL classrooms.

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