Focusing on the aspects of trade within the European Union and beyond, the masters programme in Transborder Commercial Law prepares students for future success in international trade, arbitration, and contract law. In addition to covering trade policies within the European Union, this masters programme also provides a detailed examination of the international conditions framing European Union trade and policy and company structures operating within.
The highlight of my experience are the relationships that I formed, especially with the professors who came from abroad. They opened up a window of opportunities… the open-minded and broad perspective was guided by the international professors.
Some say law is not a profession but a way of thinking…. I was lucky; I got that and much more from my time at RGSL. Now I can refer to myself as a person with a start-up mentality, one who is ready to move fast and change the status quo, but at the same time stand firm with both my feet on the ground.
Most RGSL alumni, including me, like to say that RGSL teaches you a certain “way of thinking” rather than just basic academic knowledge. By using intellectually stimulating and practical approaches, this broad and open minded “way of thinking” has been the key quality RGSL has given me as a young professional.