Application for International Economic Law

On this page, we have compiled important information about applying for the International Economic Law programme.

Application Information

Application Period

For International Economic Law you can apply from 1st April - 1st June

Application Requirements

In principle, the same admission requirements apply to an application for International Economic Law as to an application in the first semester. These include:

  •  A Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) of at least 81%.
  •  Consecutive Relevance
  •  Language skills (please note the exception of English language skills for International Economic Law)

Application Procedure

The selection procedure for International Economic Law is similar to the selection procedure for the other Master's programmes.

Application Documents

You will need the following documents for your application:

  • Fully completed online application via myCampus
  • Bachelor's degree certificate (or equivalent)
  • Transcript of Records
  • Module description
  • Proof of English proficiency
  • Completed form: Proof of English language proficiency for International Economic Law
  • Current certificate of study or exmatriculation showing the degree programme studied so far and the number of semesters

In addition, you will need the listed documents in the following cases:

  • If the Bachelor's degree has not yet been completed: Document: Proof of 81% of the credit points to be achieved according to ECTS Overview of the modules still to be completed.
  • Optional: Evidence for the recognition of special achievements for the selection procedure
  • Optional: Evidence for course-specific achievements for the selection procedure

Online Application

Regardless of the country in which you obtained your Bachelor's degree, you apply directly online to Leuphana via myCampus. No application documents need to be submitted by post. Here we have prepared instructions for the registration process on myCampus.