Brooklyn Law School
Brooklyn Law School ( BLS ) is a private nonprofit higher education institution in the United States. BLS began its academic activities in 1901. Brooklyn Law School has an urban campus in New York.
Admission and tuition fees. When applying, 60 percent (more than half) of applicants successfully enter the university. However, in BLS, the percentage of applicants admitted can vary significantly depending on the chosen direction of the program of study. The academic year in an educational institution traditionally consists of two semesters. Although the university is a private institution, students are eligible to apply for financial aid.
The composition of the university. Brooklyn Law School is a small university in terms of the number of students, in which a total of approximately 2,000 students study. Together with local applicants, foreign citizens can also apply for admission to the university. The educational institution cooperates with other universities on the exchange of students. The university is represented in the following social networks Twitter , Facebook , Linkedin .
University infrastructure. The infrastructure of the educational institution includes its own library. The university offers its students accommodation in a student hostel. Brooklyn Law School has its own sports infrastructure.