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Master in International and European Law

If you are interested in a Master's program in International and European Law, you can choose between two specialized tracks; European Law and Global Risk or International Law and Global Governance.

Study International and European Law at Tilburg University

International Law and Global Governance (LLM)

International Law is extending forcefully into our everyday politics, economics, and societies - having an impact on international organizations, regimes, tribunals, courts, corporations, NGOs and, even, terrorist threats. The curriculum of this LLM provides expertise across the three core areas of international law: 1) International Law and International Relations; 2) Human Rights and Human Security; and 3) Global Sustainability and Environmental Law. You can tailor your specialization(s) to match your career aims. 

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European Law and Global Risk (LLM)

The biggest societal challenges are global, affecting half a billion EU citizens. This Master focuses on EU law's engagement with global challenges, such as: climate change, trade- and market disruptions, migration, and the decline of rule of law. EU law not only dominates these legal spheres within the EU, but also claims center-stage on a global level.

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Why International and European Law in Tilburg?

  • Study for a degree and a career. Gain the legal, analytical, and argumentation skills to prepare yourself for a wide variety of career paths. You will be ready for a dynamic labor market, which demands versatility of legal professionals.  
  • All teachers are highly qualified and enthusiastic academics with additional expertise emanating from their connections to international legal practice. The latest research is continuously fed into learning, so you are always dealing with topics and ideas from the forefront of (meta)legal research.
  • Explore the constitutional, institutional and economic foundations of law with the guidance of international researchers and experts in these fields at a university in close proximity to two of Europe’s most important legal and political centers: Brussels and The Hague.
  • Small class sizes and interactive teaching methods in an international classroom.
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