Law (Corporate and Business Law)

Hiring a new employee, negotiating with the workers' council, taking on a loan, switching legal forms, finalising a sales contract or expanding abroad – almost all economic decisions in a business are made within a legal framework.

Please note

The Law (Corporate and Business Law) major is offered in the German language and is thus directed at prospective students with a good command of German. The programme’s German-language web pages provide detailed information needed on the content of the course and application procedures.

Course Structure

The Law (Corporate and Business Law) major is embedded in the interdisciplinary College study model with Leuphana Semester, Minor and Complementary Studies. You start your Bachelor studies with the Leuphana semester. The first semester at Leuphana College gives you the opportunity to deal fundamentally with science. The Minor deepens or supplements your Major with another subject area. In Complementary Studies you have the freedom to pursue your thirst for knowledge individually by immersing yourself in a different field of knowledge each semester.

Possible combinations of minors (subsidiary subjects)

The Law (Corporate and Business Law) major can be studied in combination with one of the following minor:

Language of instruction

ENG English-language minor: no German required
GER German-language minor: German required
GER / ENG Ger­man-lan­gua­ge minor can also be ta­ken in Eng­lish

At a glance

  • final degree: Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)
  • admission restriction: yes
  • standard course length: 6 semester
  • deadline for applications: 15 July of each year
  • beginning of the course: October of each year (winter semester)
  • number of student places: 107
  • teaching and examination language: German
  • semester abroad: possible

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