Universität Hamburg

European Master in Law & Economics [Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Program]

LL.M. (Master of Laws)
Subjects: Law, Business and Economics
LL.M.
Degree
English
English only
Language
Winter semester:  07 Jan
Application Deadlines
1 Year (starting: Winter semester)
Duration
€3000 / €5250
Tuition fees (per semester)
Starting
Winter semester
Application:
directly at University
Study mode:
On campus
Registration Fee & Tuition Information:
The deadline for the Early Bird application is December 14th, 2020 (20% discount on application fee when fully completed applications are submitted, including payment and at least one reference letter).

Requirements


Qualification Requirements


Previous Degree

Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) preferably in law or economics. Applicants with other degrees than law and/or economics may also apply under the condition that the completed study program includes a substantial number of courses in law and/or economics and/or you can show your motivation to study the economic analysis of law convincingly in your letter of motivation.

Students who have not yet graduated but who expect to graduate before July of the same year the program starts can also apply for admission to the EMLE program. If such a student is selected for the program, this is under the deferring condition that (s)he sends a copy of the diploma before mid-July.

Language Requirements


The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.

languageEnglish
Cambridge
min C1 Advanced (CAE)
Specification: With grades A or B.
IELTS
min 7
TOEFL CBT
min 240
TOEFL iBT
min 95
TOEFL pBT
min 587
Cambridge
min C2 Proficiency (CPE)
Specification: With grades A or B.
Does the university recognize "other equivalent language certificates"? no information provided by university

Additional information:
Applicants whose native language is not English must provide original test scores from one of the following standardized English proficiency tests. Please note that the university cannot accept any test results older than two years and that a valid English proficiency test is mandatory to participate in the EMLE program.

Application & Admission


Application Deadlines


Application Procedure & Selection


Admission test/interview:
None
Application:
directly at University
Application Fee:
none

Application Documents


Please note that all documents listed below must be submitted in English. If your original documents are not in English, they must be accompanied by English translations.

  1. Degree certificates: your degree certificates are the primary means used to judge your previous academic achievements. To facilitate the review process, each student must provide two documents per degree:
    1. A degree certificate stating that the student has successfully completed the listed program and obtained the listed degree, and
    2. An official degree supplement or transcript listing the grades obtained during the program. For programs with elective courses, only subjects that influenced the final degree need to be listed.
      If you have not completed your studies at the time of your application, please attach a full transcript of your grades up to this point.
  2. CV: each applicant should provide an up-to-date CV in English. The CV is used to judge your previous affinity to the study of law & economics and also allows the university to estimate your academic potential.
  3. Letter of motivation: the letter of motivation is the most important indicator of your commitment to and understanding of the study of Law & Economics. In this letter, addressed to the review committee, please explain why you are interested in Law & Economics in general and in the EMLE Program in particular (one page). In addition, write a short essay (maximum of one page) in which you discuss one of the Sustainable Development Goals from a Law & Economics perspective (second page). Please keep both answers in one document of two pages maximum, titled "Letter of motivation".
  4. Letters of recommendation: each student is expected to provide at least one (preferably two) letter(s) of recommendation. These are used as an independent assessment of the student’s academic potential, commitment and work ethic.
  5. Proof of residence: all applicants need to submit a proof of residence for the country they are claiming residence in for the program. Therefore they need to provide a document that contains both their full name and current address.
  6. Payment of the application fee: the application fee is used to cover the costs for the application infrastructure and the staff involved in the application procedure. For this reason applications without full payment of the application fee will not be reviewed and cannot lead to admittance.
  7. Assessment of the applications.

Further Information


For more information please check the

Course Website