The University of Groningen Launches Dual LL.M. Option

Students can now pursue two LL.M.s simultaneously over 1.5 years

The Netherlands' University of Groningen has announced that its law students now have the opportunity to pursue two LL.M. degrees simultaneously.

Completing two degrees takes one and a half years rather than the one year required for a single LL.M.

Students can mix and match specialized LL.M. degrees. These are the most popular double LL.M. options, according to the school:

  • Master of Laws in International Commercial Law & International Business Law
  • Master of Laws in Global Criminal Law & International Human Rights Law
  • Master of Laws in European Market Law & International Business Law

The school also offers specialized LL.M.s in Energy and Climate Law and Public International Law. 

Read more about the school on the University of Groningen's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.

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