The LL.M programme in International and European Law integrates course tracks in Public International Law, International Commercial Law, and European Union Law, preparing students for careers in practice or administration at national or European level. The teaching methodology is interactive and based on a mix of lectures and seminars. In keeping with the Bologna model, we offer a 1 year programme for students who have completed equivalent of a four year undergraduate degree. Other students are offered a 2 year programme. Each course track comprises a period of theoretical study and class work, followed by a Master’s thesis. The interaction of law with other disciplines is emphasised within each course track.
International Student Requirements:
Students should generally have completed undergraduate studies in law at an accredited university; non-law graduates may, however, be admitted, provided their qualifications are considered equivalent. Students must have a good command of written and spoken English, as shown by one of the internationally recognised English language proficiency tests: the minimum score for TOEFL is 500 and for IELTS is 6.