(Image: The European Central Bank in Frankfurt, one of the several European community institutions)
The European Economic Law programme is designed to equip its graduates for work in major law firms, European community institutions (ie. European Parliament, European Council, Council of the European Union, European Commission, Court of Justice of the European Union, European Central Bank, Court of Auditors), and as in-house lawyers. It is also suitable for those who are interested in the interaction between law and politics or for those who are looking for a career in policy-making or policy-influencing roles.
Below you will see a distribution of the different arenas where past students are currently working. And here you can read about the career paths of our Faculty international graduates, for example a graduate of this programme who works as a Lawyer.
Further, all students have access to the university Careers Services Law which can help them in finding and preparing for internships and employment.
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