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Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg

Oldenburg

Comparative and European Law

Subjects: Comparative and European Law,European Law,Law

LL.B. | Bachelor of Laws

⏳  Duration
8 Semesters
🔠 Teaching Language
English, German
💶  Application Fee non-EU
75 EUR

💶  Cost per Semester
400 EUR

💶  Tuition Fees per Semester
No information
⏱️ Application Deadline Summer
No information

⏱️ Application Deadline Winter
15.07.

Course description

The Hanse Law School (HSL) offers an international law program at Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, the University of Bremen, and the University of Groningen (NL). This program dives deep into the content, origin, creation, and application of binding norms in social and economic relationships. Unlike traditional law studies that focus on a single country's legal system, HSL addresses the needs of a globalized society. In today's interconnected world, understanding international economic relationships is crucial. Settling disputes in courts is less significant than preventing them through well-crafted contracts. Therefore, HSL ensures that graduates can navigate various national laws and possess a solid grasp of EU law and its impact on national legislation. Additionally, students learn about international treaties and arbitration practices, which are becoming preferred alternatives to national laws in global economic dealings. The curriculum emphasizes the conditions surrounding the creation and formation of law. By studying these aspects, graduates are well-prepared to handle complex legal scenarios in a global context.

Program Information

Study Location Oldenburg
Start Semester Winter
Study Form Full-time
Study Type Undergraduate
Teaching Language English, German
Dual No
Remote No
Application Fee non-EU 75 EUR
Study Length 8 Semesters
Tuition Fees per Semester No information
Cost per Semester 400 EUR
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⏱️ Application Start Summer
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⏱️ Application Deadline Summer
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⏱️ Application Start Winter
15.03.

⏱️ Application Deadline Winter
15.07.

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Language Requirements

CEFR B2
IELTS No information
Cambridge (CAE) No information
TOEFL IBT No information

In order to study this course at the University of Oldenburg as a student from outside of Germany, you need an adequate knowledge of German. German Language Proficiency You can proof your German language proficiency with the following language certificates: DSH: Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (Level 2) TestDaF: Test – Deutsch als Fremdsprache (with level 4 in all four areas) English Language Proficiency see admissions regulations You can proof your English language proficiency with the following language certificates: Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) Level B2 if applicants are native speaker or they have university entrance qualification or a university degree obtained in English (within the last two years). The proof of language proficiency must be presented for the enrolment. Applicants who need a preparatory German course before commencing their studies must present their knowledge of English with their application.

Qualification Requirements

The programme builds upon a first degree such as a Bachelor' degree (or an equivalent qualification) in a field related to migration studies: e.g. Social sciences, History, Cultural studies, Educational sciences, Law, Economics, Development Studies and Journalism. The final grade of the first degree must be a minimum (or equivalent) of C+ and proven by certificates. You are expected to provide documentation of a final first degree by the deadline (a transcript attesting that you took all exams necessary to finish the programme is accepted). This documentation must include your final grade. Applicants have to document knowledge of migration studies, intercultural relations and empirical methods. Modules completed at the undergraduate level, papers, essays and examination results are considered valid documentation. Preference will also be given to qualified applicants who, in addition, have relevant professional experience. To familiarise yourself with the topics covered in EMMIR, please see our Migration 101 page. Your last degree obtained should not be older than 5 years. If it is older, please make sure to explain in your statement of purpose why you chose to go back to university. EMMIR qualifies students for a masters degree. If you already hold one you should convincingly justify the reasons for wanting to pursue a new masters in a section of the application form.

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