Masterspecial: LLM European Union Law

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Until recently, there was one Master International and European Law where you could choose between the two tracks European Union Law and International Law and Human Rights. From next year on, the Master International and European Law is distinguished in two master programs: European Union Law and International Law and Human Rights.

The European Union Law Master is for students that want to specialize in the constitutional and economic integrations of the European Union. The developments on the level of the European Union are creating exciting opportunities as well as challenges for its Member States. This leads to a growing demand for professionals with extensive knowledge of European Union Law in order to address the opportunities and challenges. The Master offers two tracks: EU Economic and Competition Law and the EU in a Global Legal Context. Moreover, the Master provides for small class sizes and interactive teaching methods in order to ensure a high level of participation during he program, as well as contact between students and their professors.

Program

The Master’s program European Union Law consists of a minimum of 60 ECTS, from which 24 ECTS consists of compulsory courses, 18 ECTS consists of elective courses and 18 ECTS consists of the Master’s thesis. Each separate course is 6 ECTS. The four compulsory courses are EU and the Courts, European Competition Law, Internal Market Law and Crisis and EU Law. The elective courses differ per track. The elective courses for the track EU Economic and Competition Law are: EU External Relations, Advanced EU Competition Law, European Intellectual Property Law and Technology, International and European Regulation of Biotechnology, and Trade and WTO Law. The elective courses for the track EU in Global Legal Context are: EU External Relations, European Labour Law and Social Policy, European Migration Law, International and European Environmental Law, Climate Law, International and European Regulation of Biotechnology, and Trade and WTO Law.

The Master European Union Law has the duration of one year and you can start the program every end of August or end of January.

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