The master’s course “Postgraduate Course Fundamentals of German Law” is aimed at students who have already acquired knowledge from studying law abroad. They should be brought closer to the German legal system. Not only do they get an insight into the subject, but they can also choose their own focus. The aim of the course is to impart knowledge of German law. With this knowledge, the graduates have an initial introduction to German legal matters.
The master’s program consists of subjects from the three basic areas of civil law, criminal law and public law. In these three basic areas - within the scope of the local possibilities - you can set priorities according to your own interests. In addition, the master's student has to write a master's thesis (approx. 50 - 70 pages). After successfully completing the master’s thesis and the oral master’s examination, the master’s student will be awarded the title Master of Laws - postgraduate course Basics of German Law by the master’s representative of the department.
The specialization area enables students to set their focus. The specializations are divided into the areas of public law, public law and civil law, civil law and criminal law. They give students a deeper insight into German law.
Proof of completion of a relevant bachelor's degree in the field of law at a foreign university with at least 240 credit points or proof of a comparable foreign university degree qualifying for a profession. If this is not yet available, a transcript of records with a calculated average grade based on at least 80% of the credit points required for the bachelor's degree can be submitted.
If foreign educational certificates are presented which, according to the assessment proposals to be applied by the Central Office for Foreign Education, provide evidence of less than 240 CP but at least 180 CP, the Examination Board combines the admission with the condition that additional study achievements and / or examinations of up to 60 CP are required as compensation the missing CP must be provided. In this case, the course can be extended accordingly.
free (no NC)
If the admission requirements are fully met, direct admission is granted.
Occupational fields can be found in the legal departments of national and international companies. Activities in the independent environment or with NGOs are also possible.
In addition, a subsequent doctorate and work in scientific research institutions are possible.
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