Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), the flagship school of O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU), is an innovative new law school that was founded in 2009 in Sonipat, Haryana, in the National Capital Region of Delhi, India. JGLS is an inter-disciplinary global law school that seeks to inform Indian and transnational law and policy-making through academic research. JGU is comprised of Jindal Global Law School, Jindal Global Business School, and the Jindal School of International Affairs.
To achieve the vision of providing globalized education in India, JGLS has recruited faculty members from across the globe. Ten research centres have been established in areas ranging from women's rights to international trade. JGLS is building a partnership network with leading law schools worldwide, including Queen's, Yale, Harvard, Michigan, Indiana, Osgoode Hall, and Australian National University. The goal is to create a network for research collaboration and student and faculty exchange. The result is a unique global institution, set in India.
JGLS has state-of-the-art facilities for students. The residential campus is on 60 acres, with air conditioning, wireless connectivity, a gym, tennis courts, and other amenities. It is an hour's drive from the center of New Delhi. Exchange students are guaranteed shared double residence rooms. The cost of room and board (the dining hall food is Indian, and mainly vegetarian) and laundry, is approximately $1000 for a semester.
- First Semester: August to December [August 1, 2017 - ends second week of December, 2017]
- Second Semester: January to May [February 1, 2018 - ends by second week of May, 2018]
Full-time Course Load
Students on exchange must successfully complete 20 credits in order to obtain 15 transfer credits.