A Master's programme on European civil and commercial law in context, this programme provides students with a coherent set of courses covering the issues central to the Europeanisation of private law.
The central aim of this programme is to train a new generation of truly European private lawyers in developing a broad and deep understanding of the ongoing Europeanisation process and its dynamic.
Private and commercial law questions are analysed from both a supranational and a comparative perspective. The strength of the programme is that it regards European private law as an existing and continuously developing multi-level system. Another central feature of this programme is that it integrates relevant insights from other disciplines (e.g. economics and politics).
€ 2060 / jaar
The Amsterdam Law School only accepts English language proficiency test results that are no more than one year old at the time of application.
Compulsory courses are: European Contract Law, Comparative Law, European Company Law I and EU Private International Law.
The elective courses (18 ECTS) offered are: European Consumer Law; European Tort Law; Competition Law and Contract Law; European Company Law II; European Insolvency Law; Property, Finance and Security; Financial Law: Interaction of Private Law and Financial Regulation; Anglo-American Contract and Tort Law; Critical Analyses of Corporate Finance and Insolvency Laws.
Lectures and seminars.
This programme is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in any of various legal professions, both in and outside the European Union. Graduates go on to careers in internationally oriented law firms, in-house law departments in multinational companies around the world, EU institutions, national public institutions responsible for private law legislation, and adjudication and academic research.
Qualifying graduates for international careers in European and international institutions, international business, law firms. The programme also provides a strong writing and research basis for those seeking PhD research in the field of European Private Law.
This programme contributes to the enhancement of strategic cooperation and partnerships on the basis of the core values of teh European Union: human rights, democracy and the rule of law.
Tuition fees are adjusted annually. For up-to-date information, please see www.uva.nl/collegegeld (Dutch students) or www.uva.nl/tuition (international students).