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Law-Master: What are modules in the Master programme?

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The Dutch-language Master programme consists of the following modules:

  • Civil law
  • Tax law
  • International and European law
  • Business law
  • Public law
  • Upholding the law
  • Social law
  • International mobility (Erasmus)

The English-language Master of Laws programme (LL.M) consists of the following modules:

  • Multilevel constitutionalism
  • Sustainable development and human rights
  • Law and international business
  • Private autonomy

These modules also refer to the study subplans (also see: What is a study subplan?).

 
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