CONTENT OF THE PROGRAMME
The curriculum for the general LLM by coursework is not formally organised according to department and there is no uniform set of prescribed modules. You are invited to compile a curriculum from modules offered by the Faculty. To do this, choose four modules from the list provided below. However, please note the following restrictions on your selection:
- It must be approved by the Faculty Board.
- It must fit into the timetable.
- The lecturer involved must be available for the relevant semester (if you start your studies in June, it is therefore important to consult the prospectus for the following year as soon as it becomes available).
- At least five students must enrol for the module.
- A maximum of two modules may come from the LLM in Intelectual Property Law and must be approved by the programme coordinator.
The Faculty offers the following LLM degrees:
- LLM General
- LLM in Alternative Dispute Resolution
- LLM in Labour Law
- LLM in International Trade Law
- LLM in Intellectual Property Law
- LLM in Public Procurement Policy and Regulation