The Amsterdam Law School only offers courses in Law at the Master's level. The exchange programme of the Amsterdam Law School consists of English-taught Master's courses in the following fields:
- European Private Law
- International Criminal Law
- International and European Labour Law
- International and European Law:
• Public International Law
• International Trade & Investment Law
• European Union Law
• European Competition Law and Regulation
What courses in Law can I follow?
As an exchange student, you can choose from all courses in law offered by the Amsterdam Law School.
For an overview of these courses, follow the link below to the UvA Course Catalogue and use 'Advanced Search' under the 'Search Course' option. Under 'Department', select 'Amsterdam Graduate Law School' from the pull-down menu and click 'search' for the full list of English-taught courses.
To avoid scheduling conflicts, the Amsterdam Law School advises exchange students to choose their courses within one Master's programme (please see above). Students who choose courses from different Master's programmes run the risk of conflicting classes and exams. Please consult the course and exam schedule (see www.student.uva.nl/lawstudents) before registering for a course.
Students without a background in European Union Law need to take the introductory course in European Union Law. This course is offered twice a year (September and February). Students without a background in Public International Law need to take the introductory course in Public International Law, offered in September only.