Overview Profile Photos Programs Partners News Events


Master's Program (LL.M.) in European and International Law

Master's Program (LL.M.) in European and International Law


Start Date: October

Application Deadline: Applies to:
July 15 All Students
Admission Decisions released: Rolling Admission


Established: 1980

Course Language: English, German

Entry Requirements: LLB/JD or equivalent law degree,
Non-law graduate degree where the subject area is a substantial element,
Non-law graduate degree where law is a substantial element

Full time: yes

Length: 12 Months

Tuition fee: Applies to :
EUR 5600All Students

Scholarships available for: All Students

Course website:


What the school says:


Our postgraduate study program offers, with its Module 1 European Integration and its Modules 2 to 5 with the Study Units European Economic Law, Foreign Trade and Investment, International Dispute Resolution and European and International Protection of Human Rights, a high degree of specialization in quickly expanding professional fields within European and International Law.

The course plan is designed to allow for a choice of courses and lectures unbound by specific specializations, permitting students to freely choose and compose their LL.M. subjects according to their own wishes and interests within European and International Law.

Our one-year master's program is divided into two parts; a nine-month study program over two semesters, followed by a three-month period for the drafting of the master thesis. The program can be completed entirely in English, entirely in German or in a combination of these. A specific number of credit points will be awarded for the completion of almost all of the courses. A total of 45 credit points minimum must be attained during the course of the study program. 15 additional credit points are awarded after the completion and approval of the master thesis.

To Top