The Master of Laws degree commonly known as the LL.M., is an advanced graduate law degree. Candidates often already hold a first degree in law and are interested in furthering their studies of the law. Obtaining an LL.M. possesses a number of distinct advantages.
The skills and concepts one learns from studying law can depend on the country where the studies take place. Unlike some law studies, studying European law can teach a student about legal ideas that spread beyond a single country.
This Master's programme in European Business Law provides in-depth understanding both of practical and theoretical aspects of European economic law, and the operation of
The oldest programme covering European economic law in Scandinavia provides an in-depth understanding with both of practical and theoretical aspects of European economic law and the operation of the rules of the European market in a global context. The programme provides a solid foundation in the EU constitutional framework, which underpins the regulation of the European market. Students are able to tailor the programme to suit their interests and future career through specialisation, in particular during the second year of the programme.
Courses in the 2-year programme:
Compulsory courses (with a number of credits, in total 75): EU Constitutional Law (12), Business Negotiations (3), Internal Market Law (12), Argumentation and Methodology (3), EU Competition Law (15), Master’s thesis (30).
Elective courses (in total 45 credits) in areas such as competition law, IP law, tax law, the law in the digital age and the European Law Moot Court Competition, etc.