The European Union is by far the most legally developed international institution in the world. Its continuing evolution results in new legal problems and yields new solutions on almost a daily basis, making it a fascinating area for legal research and learning. The track in European Union Law, one of the four tracks within the Master of International and European Law, offers specialisations in European Substantive Law (focusing on European competition law, European environmental law, European migration law, European criminal law and law of the internal market) and Institutional Law (covering European constitutional law, law of the economic and monetary union, EU legislation and EU legal remedies).
Studying European Union Law at the University of Amsterdam
In addition to the core courses, many specialised courses on various aspects of European law are offered as electives. The academic staff are highly qualified European and international lawyers. Students will become familiar with a wide range of European and international institutions and will receive guidance in finding internships.
* An academic level comparable with a Dutch Bachelor of laws diploma. * Basic knowledge of European law is required. The Amsterdam Law School offers a deficiency course in European Union Law. This course is provided by the Law School in September. Credits earned in this courses are not included in the required 60 ECTS credits.
Recipient: University of Amsterdam
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