For admittance to the Masters Program applicants must fulfill the following admission requirements:
The Masters Program is currently limited to 30 positions in each academic year. The exposé and a favorable recommendation from a professor will also be considered.
Tuition fees total €8000 for the one-year, full-time-program. Certain other general fees and dues of approximately €100 will also be charged.
The LL.M. program in German and European Business Law (private and public law) is intended to give an overview of the German legal system, focusing on business-related laws and regulations.
The program will provide an overview of the basics of the German private and public law and its interrelation with international law and particularly with respect to European law. Graduates will gain a comparative perspective on legal systems and will learn strategies for addressing legal issues with cross-border implications.
The Masters Program is intended to be a one-year course of study. To complete the LL.M. program degree, participants must complete 60 credits of coursework as follows:
Compulsory classes totaling 24 credits, including a legal internship, in which theory and practice are linked.
The LL.M. program qualifies graduates for legal work in national and international law firms, government agencies and enterprises having a connection to Germany or with German persons.