This dual-language Master’s programme covers sound legal training at Master’s level comprising 120 ECTS credit points.
For more information, please visit programme website.
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
The required qualification for admission to Master studies is a Bachelor’s degree (or an equivalent higher education degree) with at least 180 ECTS points from a University recognized by the University of Lucerne.
Students with a Bachelor’s degree from a Swiss University get admission to the consecutive universitary Master programs in the same field of study without further conditions. The classification of the field of study is determined by the rendered records within the Bachelor program: the correspondent records need to comprehend at least 60 ECTS points.
In these cases the admission is always tied to obligations: if the obligations make up more than 60 ECTS points, the applicant is required to successfully complete the correspondent academic Bachelor program before entering the Master program.
A foreign Bachelor’s degree (or an equivalent higher education degree) in an academic subject of studies from a foreign University recognized by the University of Lucerne may give admission to a Master program only if the contents of the Bachelor program are in compliance with the requirements too.
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