International and European Law

Master of Social Science in Law (LL.M.)
1 year
Study form
Full time / Part time
5500 EUR
Accredited until
16 June 2027

Programme details


Students have to complete the two Foundation courses, four Mandatory courses, a minimum of 4 substantive courses, and defend their master thesis.

Foundation courses:

Introductory course
Legal Research

Mandatory courses:

International Law
EU Constitutional Law
International Human Rights Law
EU Decision Making - Institutional Law

Substantive courses:

International Criminal Law
International Adjudication
Litigation at the European Court of Human Rights
Human Rights and Business
Area of Freedom Security and Justice
Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union
European Political Economy
Environmental Law  
Micro & Macro Economics
Comparative Contract and Commercial Law
Monetary Policy
International Financial Management
Banking and Financial Market Law
Digital Regulation
Privacy and Data Protection
Contracts and ICT
Cybercrime and Cybersecurity
Intellectual Property Law and Technology
Disruptive Technology

Admission criteria

International and European Law (LL.M.) academic programme is available to individuals with bachelor degree or masters degree in law; second level professional higher education, professional bachelor or masters degree in law (at least 160 CP = 240 ECTS). 

English language proficiency: IELTS 6+, TOEFL IBT 80+ or TOEFL paper based test 550+.

Admission rules for the Masters programmes are available here: 

Key dates

Application18 July 2022
Studies begin29 August 2022
Early application deadline12 April 2022
Application deadline for 3rd countries30 April 2022
Open House10 March at 17:00

Hear from our students

Marta Cera

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.

Moritz Wagner

The insight into EU and international law gained at RGSL provided a basis for the flexibility necessary to dive into other legal systems really quickly, and made me feel comfortable working in legal systems outside that of my country of qualification as a lawyer.

Anete Kleinberga

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. 

Contact person

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact Director of the Masters Programmes.
Waleed Gumaa
Masters Programme Director. Lecturer
  /  +371 67039 205