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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

It is 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. Please make sure to meet the application deadlines.

Last update 15-6-2020



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