The University of Groningen Faculty of Law is a popular choice among LLM students worldwide. Though established in 1614, it is one of The Netherlands' most modern international institutions. It offers numerous Master's level programs, including a diverse English-taught list of LLM degrees, as follows:
- LLM in Energy and Climate Law
- LLM in International Human Rights Law
- LLM in European Economic Law
- LLM in Public International Law
- LLM in International Commercial Law
- LLM in International Business Law
- LLM in Global Criminal Law
The LLM programs are entirely taught in English and may be completed in one year, full-time. It has a single August intake each year and for the 2018 classes, the deadline of applications is 1 May 2018. LLM students may also opt to take multiple LLM specializations.
To know more about the LLM programs offered by the Faculty of Law, prospective students are encouraged to attend the Master's Week to be hosted by the Groningen University from March 19 to 23. This event is intended for those interested in taking their postgraduate degrees in the University of Groningen, including LLM programs. Current, domestic and international students are invited to the Master's Week.
To know more about this event and to register their interests, students must visit the University's website. Through the Master's Week, the University of Groningen will be able to promote all its Master's degree programs. The Faculty of Law will present the LLM programs to potential candidates of the LLM degrees via individual counseling, information fairs and presentations.