Master of Laws in International and European Law (International and National Legal Orders)

The International and National Legal Orders specialisation offers the broadest spectrum of options available for students with an international career or research orientation in comparative law. It allows students to hand-pick course units from a wealth of topics of European (EU) or international relevance, enabling them to put together a curriculum tailored to their personal interests and career needs. This flexibility is balanced out by the presence of a solid basis in the form of carefully selected mandatory course units on national and international legal systems and their interplay.

Subsequent Master's Programme
1 year 60 credits
Faculty of Law and Criminology
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