Advanced Training in European and International Law : Certificate Programme

Advanced training for lawyers at LL.M. level

The the two-semester certificate program comprises 3 modules, each worth 5 credit points. The European and International Law module explores fundamental aspects of European law, WTO law and international law. There is also an introduction to the two most important fields of European business law, competition law and regulation law.

Next dates: 14 January 2023: Info Day // 15 Febuary 2023: Application deadline // October 2023: Next study start

 

At a glance

Degree: Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS)
Credit Points: 15
Length of study: 2 semester
Language: English
Start date: every summer and winter semester (April and October of a year, respectively)
Application deadline: 15 February or 15 August
Costs: 3.300 EUR plus the current term contribution of 210 EUR

Order information material

Continuing education Competition Law: Contents

Your continuing education Competition Law comprises a total of 3 modules from the Competition & Regulation LL.M. :

  • European and International Law (5 CP)
  • Competition Law (5 CP)
  • Regulation (5 CP)

Further information on the course content

Continuing education European and International Law ©Leuphana/Patrizia Jäger
Continuing education European and International Law

Continuing Education Practices of European and International Law: Online Learning

Further education European and International Law in online study format

You complete the two-semester certificate program online, with some events taking place as live online seminars. The online concept is complemented by our digital learning platform, which always provides up-to-date information and learning materials. This gives you full flexibility during your studies.

The graduation option for your European and International Law continuing education

You can choose whether you want to take exams as part of the European and International Law certificate program and thus obtain the Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) and proof of 15 credit points at the end. You can have these credited towards a suitable course of study at universities.

You can also attend the European and International Law course without taking any exams and will receive a certificate of attendance at the end. Please note that in this case no credit points are acquired.

Good reasons for the certificate programme

  • continuning law training at LL.M. level
  • detailed presentation of the context of European and International Law
  • only two semester duration
  • small groups and active online learning concept

Offers for prospective students

If you are interested in the Practices of European and International Law certificate but still have questions, please feel free to arrange a personal counselling interview or take advantage of one of our other information and counselling services:

Application: Your path to the certificate European and International Law

The certificate program European and International Law starts twice a year, in summer and winter semester. Applications are possible until February 15 (summer semester) and August 15 (winter semester).

It is also possible to take individual modules and have them subsequently credited to the certificate program. You can register for the individual modules up to the start of the respective module.

You must meet the following admission requirements for the certificate program:

  • First university degree
  • Advanced knowledge of English
Start your application now

Contact & Advising

Coordinator

Ramona Tax
Universitätsallee 1, C4.215a
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-2311
ramona.tax@leuphana.de

E-mail contact

Please feel free to contact us via car@leuphana.de.