• Preparing the student to enter the labor market after graduation through acquiring required practical legal skills.
  • Enhancing the theoretical and practical legal aspects which the student has learned during his/her studies at the college.
  • Being familiar with the work environment and its conditions.
  • Developing the student's personal skills, self-development, and enhancing his self-confidence.
  • A completion of 60 credit hours or more .
  • Not to register in any other course(s) alongside the internship course.
  • Filling out the Internship Course Registration Form (TF1), available on the webpage of the College.
  • Sending the (TF1) by using the university email to internship office official email with the following required documents attached:
    • A copy of the last semester transcripts
    • A copy of the CPR.
    • A copy of the passport.
    • A copy of the CV in both Arabic and English, attached with a personal photo.
The internship is based on constructive cooperation between the Faculty of Law and the various legal bodies affiliated with the Kingdom's ministries and institutions, such as the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Information Affairs, the Ministry of Labor and Social Development, the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism.

In addition to the fruitful and continuous cooperation between the College of Law and the judicial authorities in the Kingdom in the process of preparing the students, such as the Supreme Judicial Council, the Constitutional Court, the Public Prosecution and the Legislation and Legal Opinion Commission, and the independent bodies in the Kingdom also have a prominent and essential role in training students, such as the Supreme Council for Women, the National Institution for Human Rights, Central Bank of Bahrain, Information and eGovernment Authority, Bahrain Petroleum Company Bapco, Bahrain Aluminum Company Alba.

In addition to that, the frameworks of joint cooperation in the field of internship between the Faculty of Law and private sector institutions such as companies, commercial institutions and banks of all kinds had a positive impact on the process of preparing students to join the labor market, not to mention the great role and tangible efforts made by law firms in the process of preparing students and the consolidation of practical practices of the legal aspects of them.
  • Any application that is not send via the student's university email will not be accepted.
  • After submitting the application, the internship office will view the application, and if the conditions are met, a statement will be sent to the student to present it to the place he wishes to train with.
  • The student or the training institution must send the internship approval to the following email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • The internship office, and not the student, undertakes the registration process during the period specified for the drop and add courses.
Upon the completion of the internship course, the student will be able to:

  • linking the theoretical studies with their practical applications.
  • working within a team.
  • Communicating and collaborating with colleagues.
  • Using modern technologies at work.
  • Adhering to the professional responsibility.