The Master's Law & Finance has the ambition to set a new and higher standard for what may be expected of financial lawyers. It includes courses on financial and corporate law and regulation. The relevant subjects will be studied from a combined financial-legal perspective. Students will therefore be taught to think and practice in a thoroughly interdisciplinary manner.
Due to the measures related to the Covid-19 virus outbreak, we are currently offering hybrid education (i.e. on-campus and simultaneously online) for most courses and online education for some courses. Currently, most to all students attend the lectures live on campus. For the tutorials, due to space limitations, we work with rotation schedules to allow live on-campus tutorial attendance of approx. 15 students per time while the remaining students attend the same tutorial online simultaneously. In the study programme, attendance of all lectures and tutorials (on-site, when given this opportunity, or online) is required at all times.
The information on this website is valid for the current academic year and may change for next year. In May the Course Catalogue is updated for the following academic year.
The programme’s challenging curriculum, combining law and finance, sets this Master’s apart from other programmes. It gives me a unique position and clear advantage on the jobs market.Jorrit Posthuma de Boer (Netherlands), Master’s student Law & Finance Read more stories from students
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Watch the webinar we made of the admissions in 2019/2020 to learn more about the programme.