Academic curriculum

Study path

The courses in the programme fall under four different categories that, together with the thesis module, make up the 120 credits of the Master programme:

  Module Credits
A Basic module 25
B Program-specific core module 35
C Elective courses 37
D Optional module 8

Thesis module 15

Total 120

Modules A and B are compulsory, and contain courses of 5 credits each*:

*According to start in autumn. If starting in spring, the exact setup of compulsory courses is different but the composition is the same.

Modules C and D consist of elective programme-specific courses, and optional courses provided in related areas (Law, Political Science, Humanities). Of these, students have to complete as many so as to complete the required credits in those categories.

Elective courses offered**:

Optional courses offered**:

Fall semester Credits
The Law and Practice of International Finance 3
Evolution of the European Concept 4
Freedom, Security and Justice in Europe 4
Spring semester Credits
Comparative Competition Law 3
Democracy, Subsidiarity and Multilevel Governance in Europe 5
International Week 5
English for Academic Writing 4


**As the compulsory courses are concentrated in the autumn semester, the elective and optional course offer is more extensive in spring.

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