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Why study European Union Law at the UvA?
We study the law in its economic, political and societal context

Study beyond the black letter law

This track in EU Law is an unique combination of black-letter law and critical/theoretical approaches. It’s wide in scope and hence we see that our graduates find work with a wide spectre of employers.
Interactive courses and extracurricular activities

Learning by doing

At least one course in your curriculum is part of the Amsterdam Law Practice, our unique, award winning experiential education programme. A contemporary way of learning.
Our lecturers are internationally renowned experts conducting innovative research

Teaching by experts

Our lecturers are experts in their fields and the international academic staff has different specialisations. Several lecturers are external practicing lawyers.
Excellent quality

Top 10 programme for European Union Law by the LLM Guide

The LLM Guide is a global community for prospective LLM students, and a directory of over 700 law schools and counting.

Is this programme for you?

  1. You are interested in the many fields of European Union law and are highly motivated to critically reflect on those fields.
  2. You like to experience the law in an interactive form, learning by doing of EU law in action elements such as moot courts and simulations.
  3. You want to broaden your horizon and be part of an international classroom.
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Discover the other tracks

Did you know that European Union Law is part of the Master's programme International and European Law? European Competition Law and RegulationPublic International Law and International Trade and Investment Law are also tracks of this programme.

Facts & Figures
Degree programme
LLM International and European law
Regular study programme
Full-time, part-time
60 ECTS, 12 months
Language of instruction
Starts in
CROHO code
Roeterseiland campus