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Exchange Programme

Courses in Law

Required introductory courses EU Law and International Law

Students who are interested in courses in the field of EU law but don't have a background in European Union Law need to take the introductory course in European Union Law. This course is offered twice a year. Students who are interested in courses in the field of international law but don't have a background in that field need to take the introductory course in International Law.

Academic calendar

The academic year runs from September to the end of June and is divided into two semesters, each with three blocks.

What courses in Law can I follow?

Overview of some of the law courses 2022-2023  open for exchange students, to get an idea of all possibilities:

General public international law courses:

  • International law, an introduction
  • International Dispute Settlement
  • International Responsibility

Trade and investment law courses:

  • International Investment Law
  • International Trade Law
  • International Investment Arbitration
  • International Trade Law and Domestic Regulation

International criminal law courses:

  • International Criminal Tribunals – Procedural Aspects
  • International Criminal Tribunals – Substantive Law

International human rights law, and other specialized international law courses:

  • International Human Rights Law
  • International Humanitarian Law
  • International Law of Military Operations
  • European Human Rights Law
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Refugee Law
  • International Law Moot Court: Philip C. Jessup

Comparative law and legal theory courses:

  • Introduction to Comparative Law
  • Comparative Law

EU law and European law courses

  • European Union law, an introduction
  • Moot Court in European Union Law
  • European Law Moot Court
  • European Private Law and Inequality
  • European Constitutional Law and Fundamental Rights
  • European Competition Law
  • EU Foreign Relations Law
  • EU Migration Law: Forced and Unforced Migration to the EU
  • EU Regulated Markets
  • European Integration
  • Foundations of EU Competition Law
  • Globalization of Cartel Law
  • Advanced EU Competition Law
  • EU Migration Law: Free Movement of Persons within the EU
  • EU Legal Remedies
  • Private Law in a European and International Context
  • Consumer Rights in the Digital Single Market
  • Finance, Security and Insolvency
  • Human Rights in Private Law
  • EU Private International Law
  • Making markets beyond the state: between private law and international economic law
  • European Tort Law
  • European Contract Law
  • European Company Law
  • Integration and Disintegration within European Union Law
  • EU Internal Market Law
  • Law of the Internal Market I: Free Movement of Goods and Services
Summer school students in Artis, 2018