European Economic Law
- a professional qualifying degree in law from a domestic or foreign institute of higher education or an equivalent degree; further degrees from institutes of higher education can be deemed equivalent by the Admissions Committee, if they facilitate the knowledge required for a successful participation in the master's program;
- sufficient written and spoken command of the German language, so far as the applicant is able to understand and originate scientific articles, to follow the courses without further ado and to take part in scientific conversations;
- sufficient knowledge of European Law;
- a high level of motivation for the field of study.