Governance and Law in Digital Society
If you are a new incoming student for the 2020-2021 academic year, please read here.
Recent advances in digitization have resulted in an increasing number of parties becoming involved in security issues. But how should we approach obstacles and issues brought about by digitization? Government agencies have to decide which strategies to adopt. Governance and law in digital society offers an integrated programme to study the security in a digital society, combining key themes of governance, law, and security.
In the job market, there is a clear demand for graduates with an interdisciplinary profile capable of interpreting developments in digital society and responding to them accordingly. This Master's programmes is designed to meet this demand and prepare students for a career within this field.
To learn more about the programme, please have a look at the:
We hope that you will join us for a successful and rewarding period of study and we of course welcome enquiries on the programme from prospective students through our information request form. As the programme is a hybrid of both law and the social sciences, applicants must have an LLB or equivalent with a minor in Social Sciences or a BSc in Social Sciences with a minor in Law. For those with a relevant degree but are missing a required minor, we also offer a Pre-LLM programme.
If you'd like to know more about the special features of this LLM, there will be an online webinar on May 7th 2020 which you can register for here.
The LLM Governance and Law in Digital Society is registered under the LLM CROHO label Law and Public Administration (66461). Please note this LLM is taught at the University of Groningen Campus Fryslan in Leeuwarden (not Gronigen)
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