Are you looking for an opportunity to study law as an exchange student at one of the most renowned law schools in Europe? The Amsterdam Law School of the University of Amsterdam has a long-standing tradition of offering English-taught programmes in law. The Law School has a strong international focus, with various Master programmes in the field of international and European law. Exchange students are allowed to choose their courses from a broad selection of English-taught courses within these LLM programmes. In addition, several English-taught courses are available at bachelor-level.
Students can study in the Exchange Programme in Law for a period of one semester. The 20 week semesters start in September and in February.
All students in the Exchange Programme in Law receive a transcript stating the courses they have successfully completed and the credits and grades obtained for these courses.
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|Credits||30 ECTS, one semester|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Conditions for admission|
|Starts in||February, September|