Are you inquisitive, analytical and internationally-minded? Do you like coming up with creative solutions to complex legal questions? And can you see yourself providing clients with legal advice on European tenders, or migration to the EU? European Law School may be the programme you're looking for. It offers a broad range of courses on different areas of European law, such as competition law, criminal law, family law and financial regulation. You'll also be familiarised with the methods and content of legal argumentation. Upon graduation, your deep understanding of EU law will make you an excellent candidate for a legal position at an international organisation or a government institute. But your analytical skills and quick legal reasoning will also be an asset if you choose to pursue a career in national law.
Meet Eleni, our student ambassador for the master's programme in European Law School. On her Instagram account she shares her personal experiences with her study programme, living in Maastricht, and much more. Follow her to get a sneak peek of your possible future!
Do you have any questions? Send Eleni a DM on Instagram, she will be happy to help you with your study choice, just as previous student ambassadors helped her with hers.
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What's it like to study EU law in an international classroom with people form all around the world? Find out why students feel so at home in Maastricht and highly value the comparative and interdisciplinary approach of the European Law School programme.
People always said to me ‘you talk so much, you would be a perfect lawyer’
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