The Masters programme in Law is offered as a follow-up study programme for people holding a professional law degree. It teaches you basic and advanced topics concerning law: constitutional texts, international treaties, common law, case law, and so on. You will learn to handle, articulate and analyse any type of legal document. In addition it also teaches students advanced communication skills.
The follow-up Master of Law serves to deepen your knowledge on a specific area concerning law. Specialisations include: criminal, commercial, intellectual property or trade law and many others.
The general admission requires an undergraduate law degree. However, students should also have strong self-discipline as the workload is a considerable amount.
With a Masters degree in Law you can either work as a lawyer and specialise in a specific type of law, but many professionals with a law degree also become business owners or work in the business field in which they deal with business matters as well as with legal boundaries.