Shortlist of over 50 deadlines for programs starting next autumn

Below is a short list of application deadlines for full-time LL.M. programs in continental European countries that begin in Fall 2014.


AUSTRIA
University of Vienna (International Legal Studies) – May 1
University of Vienna (European an International Business Law Program) – September 15


BELGIUM
College of Europe – January 15
Liège – April 30 (international), September 13 (EU)
Vrije  – February 28
BSC – September 19


CZECH REPUBLIC
Charles University - April 30


DENMARK
University of Copenhagen – March 1 (non-EU), April 1 (EU)


FINLAND
University of Helsinki – January 31
Turku – February 28


FRANCE
Queen Mary (QMUL) Paris – July 1
Paris I – Sorbonne – May 30
Sorbonne University International – December 1
Paris II – Assas – June 15
Lyon Catholic – July 14
Lyon III – June 30
Toulouse I – May 17


GERMANY
ILF -
LL.M. in Finance: June 30 (international), July 30 (EU), August 15 (Germans)
LL.M. in International Finance (for Asian graduates): May 15

FU Berlin – May 31
Europa-Institut – July 15
Heidelberg – July 15
Hamburg (EMLE) – December 1
MIPLC – April 30
Munich University – July 15
Humboldt Berlin – June 15
Bucerius – March 31


HUNGARY
CEU - January 23


ITALY
UNICRI – 22 August (electronic), 30 August (paper)
EUI Florence – January 31
Turin School of Development – March 29


LATVIA
RGSL – March 15 (recommended for non-residents of Latvia) / or July 1


LUXEMBOURG
Luxembourg – July 31



NETHERLANDS
Leiden – April 1 (international), June 15 (EU)

Amsterdam
LL.M.: April 1, January 15 (if applying for a scholarship)
Research LL.M.: April 1 (EU/international), May 15 (Dutch)

Maastricht – June 1 (international), July 15 (EU)
Tilburg – April 1 (international), July 1 (EU)

Erasmus Rotterdam
LL.M.: December 1 (International applicants who are applying for an extern scholarship) July 1 (International applicants without a scholarship application), August 15 (Dutch/EU))
LL.M. in Arbitration and Business Law: August 1 (international), August 23 (Dutch/EU)

Groningen – June 1
Utrecht – April 1 (international), June 1 (EU)
Nijmegen – March 1 (non-EEA seeking visa/accomodation support), May 1 (final for EEA students), June 30 (EEA not seeking support)


NORWAY
University of Oslo – December 1 (international), April 15 (EU)


PORTUGAL
Lisbon Católica - Rolling


SPAIN
IE – Rolling Admission
ESADE – September
ISDE – Rolling Admission


SWEDEN
Stockholm – January 16
Lund – January 15
Uppsala – January 15


SWITZERLAND

Zurich – December 1 (Full-time), April 30 (Part-time)

Graduate Institute (Geneva) –
LL.M.: January 15
MIDS: January 31

ADH Geneva – January 15 (with scholarship application), February 15 (without scholarship application)

Fribourg – April 30
Geneva University Law School – January 31
Lausanne (UNIL) – June 30
St. Gallen – May 31


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All prospective students are advised to double-check the above application deadlines with law schools as soon as possible before applying.

For more information about the individual programs, please follow the links below.

 

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