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Master of Advanced Studies in European LawReturn to overview
|Department||Faculty of Law|
|Cluster||Degree programmes||Level||Advanced Master|
|Period||full academic year||Duration||2 semesters|
|Degree||Master of Advanced Studies in European Law|
|Admission||Students are eligible for admission if they fulfil the following admission criteria: To have a law degree, i.e. the degree that - in its country of origin - is required for the exercise of the legal professions. Students still graduating may apply and can be conditionally admitted, subject to the successful completion of their degree. Exceptionally, after an examination of their curriculum and in view of their acquired competences, candidates may be admitted who do not have a law degree. In such a case, the admission may be made subject to limitations with respect to the courses to be followed.|