Boston University Study Abroad
Boston University Study Abroad provides the opportunity to participate in programs in over 30 cities on six continents during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. As a pre-law student there are many options to consider, including over a dozen programs with pre-law tracks. Pursue coursework and internships in areas such as comparative law, international human rights, and conflict resolution. Participate in the daily life of a law firm or commercial legal department in London, Dresden, Dublin, Shanghai, or a number of other major international cities. We encourage students to explore the broad range of the opportunities available through Study Abroad!
Center for Career Development
The Center for Career Development (CCD) offers a range of meetings and workshops that can be very helpful to pre-law students. You may wish to speak with a career counselor about your résumé, effective cover letters, informational interviews, networking, and internships. In addition, career counselors are available to hold mock interviews with students, giving you the opportunity to gain valuable feedback on how your present yourself when discussing your experiences and goals.
Community Service Center
The Community Service Center (CSC) provides students with wonderful opportunities to participate in a broad range of volunteer activities. Through weekly volunteer programs, alternative spring breaks, and one-time service opportunities, the CSC makes it easy for students to lend a helping hand in the City of Boston and beyond.
The Educational Resource Center (ERC)
The Educational Resource Center (ERC) offers programs and support that help students achieve academic success. Through peer tutoring, writing assistance, conversation partners, and individual appointments with professional staff members, the ERC assists students in developing academic skills that enable them to rise to the challenges of college study.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) helps undergraduate students identify research opportunities. Research may be conducted on a volunteer basis, for academic credit, through work-study, or from funds provided by a student’s research mentor. In addition, UROP coordinates a grant program that offers students financial support for their research endeavors.