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Transnational Law - Master's Programme

You want to apply for a Master's Programme in Transnational Law.

Most important points

  • The study course is probably admission limited.
  • Application for beginning students is possible in winter semester.
  • First day of application: May 1st 2020
  • Application deadline: May 31st 2020
  • Application: Master-Portal der Uni Bremen

Special admission requirements

Joint study programme of the University of Oldenburg and the University of Bremen – application and enrolment at the University of Bremen

The programme is limited to 35 students per cycle and has the following admission requirements:

  1. Evidence of having obtained a prior academic degree (e. g. a Bachelor’s degree with 240 ECTS credit points or equivalent) in Law Studies, or another degree in an appropriately related field of study. In the event that you may not have qualified for a first degree before the application deadline, you may still submit your application: In this case, please provide evidence that you have already obtained a minimum of 210 ECTS credit points (or equivalent);
  2. German and English language proficiency at B2 level (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) proven by an accepted certificate. One or both language requirements may be waived if an applicant obtained their university entrance qualification or prior academic degree in the respective language or successfully sat for examinations (at B2 level) in the respective language during their prior academic degree;
  3. A Letter of Motivation (max. 200 words, preferable one page)

Admission regulations

Admission process

With a first degree from Germany you need to apply online from May 1st 2020 until May 31st 2020 for the beginning of Wintersemester 2020/2021.

For the online application please have your personal data and your university degree from Germany on hand. Another option is to use your transcript of records with the total amount of your credit points and overall average grade of your studies.

Your documents need to be at the Registrar's Office of the University of Bremen until {#ende}.

See the website of Transnational Law for detailed information and support.

 

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