College of Europe LLM (Soft) Requirements


Hi everyone,

Canadian here currently in final year of U.S. law school. I’m writing about the requirements for College of Europe LLM. This may sound really naive, but I’m completely in the dark about what is realistic to get into the program. How many years’ work experience on average? Publications? GPA from law school? Do these requirements even exist or is it a shot in the dark for everyone applying? Is there any unofficial forum that helps out with this info?

Any & all help appreciated. Thanks so much!

Hi everyone,

Canadian here currently in final year of U.S. law school. I’m writing about the requirements for College of Europe LLM. This may sound really naive, but I’m completely in the dark about what is realistic to get into the program. How many years’ work experience on average? Publications? GPA from law school? Do these requirements even exist or is it a shot in the dark for everyone applying? Is there any unofficial forum that helps out with this info?

Any & all help appreciated. Thanks so much!
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Hey! There are no minimum requirements for College. I have been accepted for the year 2020-2021 and I have very little work experience, I have no publications. My master average is good. I think the most important when applying is to know why you're applying. I'm sure you have a good reason for applying, some kind of personal project. Also find what's unique about you and use that. Try to get that through to the reader with your motivation letter because they look for students who are highly motivated, know what they want and can think for themselves. There is a facebook group, but keep in mind applications are open from autumn until january :)

[Edited by Sarah Rosa Hansen on Jun 10, 2020]

Hey! There are no minimum requirements for College. I have been accepted for the year 2020-2021 and I have very little work experience, I have no publications. My master average is good. I think the most important when applying is to know why you're applying. I'm sure you have a good reason for applying, some kind of personal project. Also find what's unique about you and use that. Try to get that through to the reader with your motivation letter because they look for students who are highly motivated, know what they want and can think for themselves. There is a facebook group, but keep in mind applications are open from autumn until january :)
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