LL.M in International Economic Law
The postgraduate LL.M. program follows the Anglo-American tradition of legal education, where postgraduate studies complement undergraduate studies and lead to the acquisition of knowledge in a special subject.
The two semester Master’s Program is aimed at postgraduate students who have previously proved their international interest through the completion of a subject-oriented foreign language course (only in German) and a stay abroad during their undergraduate studies.
The LL.M. program is based on the Augsburg Summer Program in European and International Economic Law and builds on its content to provide a deepened academic insight and understanding of six special subject areas.
The modular system provides students with the opportunity to have previously attained credits (either achieved at university, during a semester abroad or through previous participation in the Augsburg Summer Program in European and International Economic Law) recognized.
The close connection of the LL.M. program and the Augsburg Summer Program in European and International Economic Law results in some courses in the summer semester being offered in English. Each year the LL.M. program is enriched by courses of foreign visiting professors.
Get an insight into the LL.M. Program through this experience report (only in German).