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Content and Specializations

The programme is divided into 60 ECTS Credits.

The common core content of compulsory courses of the LL.M. consists of 12 ECTS Credits.

In order to acquire an area of special expertise, each student chooses among one of the following two specializations (12 ECTS each):

- International and European Economic Law / WTO Law 

- International and European Commercial Law 


In addition students chose freely a number of options (20 ECTS Credits) from the entire programme and have to write a Master Thesis (16 ECTS Credits) in their area of specialization.

According to the Bologna System one Credit ECTS corresponds to 25 hours of workload for the student. We foresee normally eight hours of teaching per Credit ECTS, the rest being dedicated to reading, exam preparation, personal research, etc.

 

 

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