With a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree, you can practice law in most of the world’s countries. Some of the LLB academic programs focus on specific sectors of law according to student interests, such as international, criminal and business law.
Students earning an LLB in European Law will be proficient in understanding the legal systems of European Union countries as well as non-EU countries (Iceland, Norway and Switzerland, for example). Programs encompassing a European Law degree will also emphasize aspects of international law, maritime laws and social/economical systems of European countries.
Greece developed their education system with higher education at the top. Over 40% of all Greeks live in Athens and there is also where the best opportunities to pursue an higher education level is. Bordered by Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Turkey, Greece is a tourist pearl with one of the world's fantastic beaches.
Top Bachelor of Laws Programs in European Law in Greece 2017
This uniquely designed and cutting-edge three-year taught undergraduate degree program lies at the heart of the mission of the ELGS as an academic hub of European integration. The main objective of the program is to offer students an in-depth look at the functioning of the European legal order in its capacity as a derivative of international law and as an amalgamation of national legal traditions and European Union law. By unprecedentedly combining theories of EU law, public international law and the general legal traditions of national jurisdictions, students should acquire a comprehensive view and understanding of the EU’s mission, progress and road-map. At the end of their studies, graduates will be fully equipped not only to envision a truly European legal order but also to form part of its professional and/or academic network. Moreover, this program will grant students the opportunity to develop critical skills and valuable professional experience that will prepare them for life after graduation. [+]
The dynamic character of Law becomes increasingly evident both in Greece and abroad and makes the application of national and international law to the legal problem at hand a highly interesting challenge. [+]