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Studying Law after HBO or a non-law WO degree

General

Certain HBO (University of Applied Science) degrees and/or WO (research university) bachelor or master degrees can grant access to education in our Faculty. After a pre-master programme has been completed, admission to a Master’s degree programme will be possible.

HBO degree and WO non-law degree students

Itis possible for students with a HBO degree International and European Law of The Hague University of Applied Science and WO non-law degree students to get admission to one of the English-taught Master of Laws programmes of the Faculty of Law. This admission can only be granted after the pre-defined deficiency programme (a so-called pre-master programme) has been successfully completed. Not all degrees might lead to admission to all English-taught LLM programmes. More information can be found on the LLM website.

For questions you can contact the study advisers of the International Office via LLM@rug.nl.

Want to register?

The registration procedure for the pre-master programmes is available on the LLM website.

Last update 18-7-2018



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