As a graduate of the European Law School master's programme, you'll be able to transition easily from university to a professional career. You'll be educated in comparative law, including European and major national legal systems. You'll have learned the methods and content of legal argumentation and will be able to communicate effectively with colleagues from across the international legal world.
As a graduate of the European Law School, you’ll be equipped with essential legal and linguistic skills to thrive both in an institutional setting and in the world of private practice. You’ll grasp transnational and European legal issues quickly and have no trouble communicating with foreign colleagues. Graduates of the European Law School master’s programme may consider careers in the following areas:
- international business
- national governments
- European institutions
- policy developments
- private practice
Video: European Law School career day
In this report of the European Law School career day, several employers in this sector discuss the career opportunities you'll have as a European Law School graduate.
Alumni @ Work
Graduates have found positions as:
- Policy advisor at the Eerste Kamer (Dutch Government)
- Attorney at Loyens & Loeff
- Trainee at the European Commision