Faculty Introduction Law – bachelor's students European Law School
The Faculty Introduction will give you many opportunities to learn more about the education we will offer in the first semester. During the LAW Faculty Introduction, you will get to know your fellow students, discover Problem-Based Learning by working on a case in small groups and meet our programme coordinators. We have created an informative and interesting programme for you which you will find below. You will receive an invitation to participate in the introduction on your e-mail address.
To make sure that during the LAW Faculty Introduction you will be placed in the tutorial group with which you also follow education in period 1, it is necessary that you register in time: in any case before 15 August. Follow this link to register for the LAW Faculty Introduction.
Are you unable to participate in the LAW Faculty Introduction, but you do want to start with your study programme? Please let us know by sending an email to introduction-law[at]maastrichtuniversity[dot]nl at the latest on 15 August, so that you will get your schedule for period 1. Please note: you won't get scheduled automatically.
Start your online preparation as from 16 August
As of 16 August 2021, videos and other content such as your first case 'the Challenge', information about the Education Office, the UM Library, study associations and more will be available.
All information will be made available on our online learning platform Canvas. You can login to Canvas via the student portal.
Education will start on Monday, 30 August. Fully ‘on campus’! We are very looking forward to see you walking around our faculty.
Questions about the Faculty Introduction?
+31 43 3883259
The New-B programme is a compilation of online modules designed to prepare you, as a new European Law School bachelor student, for the classes and become familiar with legal terminology and traditions before the beginning of the academic year. New-B will enable you to feel confident and ready when classes start and thrive in the European Law School.