The International and European Law programme will prepare you for a wide variety of international careers in international, multinational or governmental organisations, firms or NGOs. With its strong focus on legal training in an international environment
- Den Haag, Netherlands
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
- Degree Level:
- Legal Studies
- Program Description:
- The programme is run in close cooperation with The Hague Bynkershoek Institute, where most of the programme research takes place. The curriculum examines the law at every level – global, regional and national.
At global level
Among other areas, we’ll explore international public law, human rights law and international arbitration.
At regional level
Areas of study will include for example European Union Law and European principles of contract Law.
At national level
We’ll examine the principles of contract law, tort law, litigation law and taxation law (and how they’re influenced by international and regional law). Further knowledge of national law can be obtained through further study in minors.
The International and European Law programme will prepare you for a wide variety of international careers in international, multinational or governmental organisations, firms or NGOs. With its strong focus on legal training in an international environment, the programme will boost your ability to analyse legal problems from an international perspective and help you embrace new ways of critical thinking. And being the International City of Peace, Justice and Security what more inspiring place could there be to study international law than The Hague?
We believe that knowledge is something to be shared – not just with our students, but with the outside world too. We’ll stimulate you to do the same. But having knowledge isn’t enough in itself; you have to know how to apply it to real situations. That’s why you are taught to think for yourself and do things yourself. You’ll also come to appreciate the diversity in the world; we welcome different viewpoints at our university, through cross-cultural debate and collaboration.
- Setting Description:
- Year 1 The first year introduces you to a large number of subjects within the LAW curriculum. You will spend a lot of time studying textbooks. At the same time you will work on improving your English, as well as your professional skills, such as presenting and debating. Year 2 Year two also has a largely theoretical nature: you will delve deeper into the subjects in the curriculum, continuously improving your English and maintaining your focus on your professional skills. Year 3 In the third year you can choose a specialisation or go on exchange. Year 4 A work placement, complemented by your final thesis, will complete your fourth and final year of the LAW programme.
- The tuition fees for subsidized education are determined by the Dutch Ministry of Education. To (re-)enrol tuition fees should be transferred first. You can pay by bank in one or more instalments. If you are paying in more than one instalment administration costs will be charged.
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