Admission process to International Business Law (IBL) programme takes place once a year. Please see further information about the application period.

Studies also start once a year i.e. in August/September. It is not possible to start studies in January. Please see further information about teaching periods and orientation.

Please see the information that Admissions Services has provided for you.

Kindly note that it may take some time to prepare all the documents, therefore it is important to start the application process as soon as the application period starts.

In the selection process particular attention will be focused on ensuring that the studies included in the applicant’s previous degree and/or serving as the grounds for application are applicable and appropriate in type, quality and content as well as in terms of the applicant’s performance, and that they thus provide a solid foundation for studies in the Master’s Programme in International Business Law.

In general the most suitable background is considered to be a university degree in law, but business degree with business law courses from a university can also be considered suitable. This however depends on the content of the full degree.

Further information about admission and selection criteria.

In general the most suitable background is considered to be a university degree in law, but business degree with business law courses from a university can also be considered suitable. This however depends on the content of the full degree.

Because admission is based on an overall assessment of applications, it will ultimately depend on the number of applicants and the quality of their applications. This means that meeting all set criteria will not guarantee admission.

Please see further information about selection criteria.

As applications come from different educational systems there is no set minimum GPA, but the average grade of accepted applicants tends to be rather high.

Because admission is based on an overall assessment of applications, it will ultimately depend on the number of applicants and the quality of their applications. This means that meeting all set criteria will not guarantee admission.

Please see further information about selection criteria.

The thesis topic will be agreed with your thesis supervisor at the end of second semester. To support your individual career interests you are free to choose any business law oriented thesis topic as long as it approved by the thesis supervisor. Please see more information about master´s thesis.