If you have one of the following degrees from a recognised university or complete one before your chosen degree programme starts, then you can apply directly for the Master's programme:
- University Bachelor's degree in a similar subject
A degree is considered to be similar if at least 30 ECTS credit points have been awarded in law subjects.
- Consecutive university Master's degree
Bachelor's and Master's Degree programmes must have been completed in the same discipline (consecutively) and amount to at least 270 ECTS credit points together. You must provide evidence that you have taken 30 ECTS credit points in law subjects over the entire course.
Your degree programme will be recognised if the following criteria are fulfilled:
- Your degree was awarded by a university, which is recognised in the country where you attended the course.
- You have completed at least 80% of your course work at a recognised or accredited university.
- You have completed at least half of the course work onsite at the university awarding the degree.
- You fulfil the minimum requirements for admission to the Master's degree programme at your home university.
Detailed information on the recognition of universities, university degrees and country-specific provisions
If you have any questions on recognised degrees or degrees in similar subjects please do not hesitate to contact the staff at the Admissions and Crediting Office who will be happy to help you.