Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the University of Groningen has announced that one of its pre-LL.M. summer programs will be offered online this year.
The program aims to help incoming students prepare for the school's LL.M. in Governance and Law in Digital Society. The LL.M. typically requires previous academic study in the social sciences, a requirement that can be met with the summer program.
The pre-LL.M. would typically be held on campus and would lead directly into the LL.M.'s September start. This year, however, it will be held online: courses will begin in June, and between June and August, students will attend online lectures and participate in other activities like live Q&A sessions. The oral exams will be held online during the third week of August.
There will be a webinar for more information about the LL.M. in Governance and Law in Digital Society, which will be held on May 7th.
To learn more, or register for the webinar, please see this University of Groningen news release.
You can also read more about the school and its LL.M. programs on the University of Groningen's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.