Offers courses on different areas of European law: competition law, criminal law, family law and financial regulation. You'll also be familiarised with the methods and content of legal argumentation.

The European Law School master's programme provides an in-depth study of European and comparative law (the latter, by offering traditional legal subjects from a comparative perspective).

  • You are trained as a generalist equipped with essential legal and legal-linguistic skills to help you function in today's internationalised legal world.
  • You quickly learn to anticipate and deal with transnational and European legal issues, and your knowledge of comparative law also equips you to communicate effectively with international colleagues and understand their legal perspectives.
  • This is a one-year programme taught in English.