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International and European Law

Contact

Wil je meer weten over de opleiding International and European Law, neem dan contact op:

  • International Office LLB (Study advisors)
    Email: llb@rug.nl

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Open dag
  • 10 november 2017 10:00 - 17:00
  • Broerstraat 5

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Open Dag

Welke masteropleidingen kun je gaan volgen na de bachelor van je keuze? En op wat voor soort banen bereidt de opleiding voor? De Open dag van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen helpt je een eind op weg.

  • 02 februari 2018 10:00 - 17:00
  • Broerstraat 5

Meer informatie

EvenementOmschrijving
Open dag
  • 10 november 2017 10:00 - 17:00
  • Broerstraat 5

Meer informatie

Open Dag

Welke masteropleidingen kun je gaan volgen na de bachelor van je keuze? En op wat voor soort banen bereidt de opleiding voor? De Open dag van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen helpt je een eind op weg.

  • 02 februari 2018 10:00 - 17:00
  • Broerstraat 5

Meer informatie

EvenementOmschrijving

Studieverenigingen

  • Nexus

    Nexus is the study association for the LLB programme in International and European Law and related master programmes.

    These programmes mainly consist of international students and, therefore, Nexus is very internationally orientated. Besides organizing activities to integrate internationals into Dutch culture, such as a political debate with local parties in English, Nexus also aims to provide members with the chance to obtain a social network, participate in the organization of guest lectures or informal activities, attend debating trainings, trips and workshops, all in a multicultural environment.

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Brochure over de opleiding International and European Law
  • Testimonial van Christian Garrard, UK, LLB student International and European Law

    Coming to the Netherlands over three years ago was without doubt the best decision I have ever made.

    I never intended on studying 'English' law and just becoming a lawyer in the UK but rather to specialise in international and/or European law straight away. This was not possible in the UK (at the time) with all European or international law being offered at masters level only. I came across the LLB programme for international and European law in Groningen and immediately realised it was exactly what I wanted to do.

    Not only do you have the opportunity to study international and European law under the guidance of well respected professors in the field, in a country renowned for international law but you study with people from all over the world as well. Add on to this that Groningen is all you can ask for in a student city with plenty of opportunities, a vibrant nightlife and a great atmosphere, then you have the perfect combination. Coming to the Netherlands over three years ago was without doubt the best decision I have ever made. The law faculty offers a tremendous amount of support for new students and this continues over the course of the degree. The areas covered in the LLB programme vary greatly and gave me a good opportunity to decide what area of law I would want to specialise in on completion of my bachelor degree. Despite not focusing on any national law the legal understanding developed as part of the programme, especially in public international and EU law will be indispensable in any legal career. Asides from the high standard of education, what makes the experience of the LLB in Groningen so rewarding is the people I have shared that experience with, like minded students from so many different backgrounds make an excellent network of people that I will keep in contact with for the rest of my life. The city of Groningen, although small, is an excellent place to live as a student and especially an international student as there are already so many other international students in Groningen helping give it the great atmosphere it has. It is truly an overlooked gem in this part of Europe. You may even find yourself doing a masters in Groningen because you can't bring yourself to leave!

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    – Christian Garrard, UK, LLB student International and European Law
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