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Degree certificates & completing a pre-master programme

  • Completing a pre-master programme


    You will need to offer your pre-master programme throughProgressfor approval. This can be done by clicking ‘enrolling’, ‘Faculty of Law’, ‘Application degree certificate / approval courses’ and finally tick the box behind ‘Approval pre-master programme’. Then follow the steps mentioned in the process. It is important this is done correctly to provide a smooth transition into the Master’s degree programme. The pre-master’s programme needs to be completed within two academic years.

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    When all courses have been successfully completed, you need to apply yourself for the Master’s degree programme via Studielink. As soon as you have done this, you send a message toLLM rug.nlwith the subject ‘completing the pre-LLM’. This will allow the International Office to produce a Statement Admission to the Final Examination and forward that statement to the Central Student Administration. This statement will allow them to change your master application into a registration.

    Registration master in Studielink

    Be aware! :You yourself are responsible for a correct registration in Studielink for the Master’s degree programme. You can register for the Master’s degree programme as soon as you have completed and submitted the application for your pre-master programme. It is only possible to start with one of the English-taught LLM programmes as per 1 September. You will also have paid the full tuition fee before that date.

    Last update: 21-7-2023

  • Graduation: how to apply?

  • Application degree certificate

  • What to do after graduation?

    University of Groningen Career Services

    Studying is more than merely obtaining your degree; it is also the preparation for a successful career. The University of Groningen Career Services was set up for the purpose of supporting the University of Groningen students in this field. Career Services wants to help students to make conscious choices ánd to offer them the opportunity to realise those choices. For this purpose Career Services organises workshops and training sessions, offer help in writing a CV and cover letter and/or give personal advice.

    Career Services by the University of Groningen is the central desk with regard to career support. The University Career Services network contains all involved parties, like allfaculties,study- and alumni associations,employersand its ownstudent pool.

    For more information, please check the website of Career Services.

    Careers Services Law

    Law students can use the facilities of Careers Services Law (CSL). Careers Services Law provides personal advice and support regarding internships and jobs in the legal field. It organises workshops and information sessions which can offer support in career choices and entering the labour market after graduation. It also offers the opportunity to find a mentor who can help you with your career questions or to plan a career planning appointment.

    Your career does not start áfter your degree programme, but already during your programme. On theCareers Services Law websiteyou can find all kinds of information about career possibilities and the way to get there. The career planner offers support for this. Next to this you can find information about internships, studying abroad, the application of law in practice, career events and the study associations.

    All these opportunities offer the option to already work on your competences and later on distinguish yourself on the labour market.

    For more information, please check the website of Career Services Law.


    The University of Groningen would like alumni to remain in contact with both the university and one another after graduation. Not only to enhance their careers or support the University of Groningen, but also just for ‘sociability and fun’. You will e.g. receive the magazine Broerstraat 5 after graduation.

    For more information, please

    Last update on 21-7-2023

  • Graduation and deregistration

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