Master Labour Law and Employment Relations
The LLM Labour Law and Employment Relations integrate the study of labor law with related areas such as employment relations, labor market, and social policy, from an international and European perspective. This program’s approach will provide you with the skill-set modern professionals in employment relations need, with the opportunity to distinguish yourself in a highly competitive market.
Cope with international and comparative labor issues from a variety of perspectives
The growing importance and number of multi-national enterprises as well as an increase in international employability call for a new type of specialist that is able to cope with international and comparative labor issues from a variety of perspectives.
This is particularly true for the European Union’s internal market in which complex legal and policy relations arise.
Why the Master of Labour Law and Employment Relations in Tilburg?
- Gain interdisciplinary and international knowledge and skills.
- Combine courses in the field of International Labour Law with courses in the fields of Social Policy, Labour Market, and Human Resources Studies.
- Learn to understand and analyze evolving employment relationships and contemporary organizational dynamics in internationalizing labor markets.
- Develop a thorough understanding of the individual and collective labor law systems governing the different markets.
- Apply the theory in real-world practice. An internship is part of the curriculum.
Labour Law and Employment Relations in short
|Start||End of August and end of January|
|Duration||One Year (12 Months)|
|Title||Master of Law (LLM)|
|Studielink||The name of this master in Studielink is M Labour Law and Employment Relations - Coho 60070|
|Bachelor’s with direct access||Bachelor in Law, Social Sciences (for example Sociology, Organization Studies, Economics) or Liberal Arts & Sciences with a major in Law.|
|After graduation||International labor law and HRM-related services at international businesses, (non-)governmental organizations, trade unions, employer organizations, labor market intermediaries, law firms, consultancy, and universities.|
Career prospects Labour Law and Employment Relations
This master's approach will give graduates a competitive edge in the job market for international labor law and professional services.
Potential employers include (among others):
- International business
- (Non-)governmental organizations
- Trade unions
- Employer organizations
- Labour market intermediaries
- Law firms
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Last updated January 21, 2018