The aim of this Master of the Law - European and International Law program from University of Zurich is – depending on the choice of modules – to prepare students for work in international institutions or companies.
The study program at the Faculty of Law comprises English-language modules worth 60 ECTS credits.
The Faculty of Law at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven stresses an international and comparative approach to education in law.
The Double Degree Master's Program with an emphasis on International and European Law is particularly recommended for students who see their professional future with an international organisation or institution.
- European Institutions
- International Commercial Arbitration (Legal Practice)
- International Economic Law
- International Finance Law
- International Human Rights
- US business law
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DisciplinesEuropean Law International Law View 7 other Masters in European Law in Switzerland
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- To participate in a double degree program, students must be matriculated either at the University of Zurich or at the relevant partner university as their home university. Applicants for a Master of Law Double Degree European and International Law must demonstrate that their command of English is sufficient.
- Students who successfully complete the application procedure at the Faculty of Law may participate in a double degree Master’s program. To gain admission, students must also be admitted at the partner faculty. The relevant conditions for admission to the partner faculties can be found in the Information brochure Double Degree Master’s Programs
International1312 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 656 EUR per semester
National1312 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 656 EUR per semester
- Tuition fee is 720 CHF per semester
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