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.
The academic year runs from September to the end of June and is divided into two semesters, each with three blocks.
Exchange students are asked to compose their individual study programme consisting of max. 30 credits per semester, using the course catalogue. They may choose LLB courses and LLM courses.
One semester is composed of three blocks. Exchange students take a mix of courses of 30 credits in total per semester which can be divided over the three blocks.
Semester 1: period 1, 2 and 3
Semester 2: period 4, 5 and 6
Please note that there is a limited course offer in the third and sixth blocks because degree seeking students write their thesis in those blocks.
Go to the timetable to compose your weekly schedule based on the courses of your interest. Please pay close attention to possible clashing courses in terms of the timing of lectures, tutorials, exams and resit exams.