Welcome to the Master’s Programmes at the Faculty of Law


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We offer two Master’s programmes conducted in English:


Master in European Business Law

Master in International Human Rights Law

with the possibility to specialize in one of the following areas:

·          International Human Rights Law

·          International Human Rights Law and Intellectual Property Rights

·          International Human Rights Law and International Labour Rights


Up until 2011, we also offered a Master in Maritime Law


The Swedish National Agency for Higher Education (Högskoleverket) has deemed the Master’s Programmes in International Human Rights Law and European Business Law (two years) at the Faculty of Law, Lund University, to be of the highest quality. The Agency evaluates all higher education course programmes leading to degrees and designates them to be either of a “very high quality”, “high quality” or “poor quality “.

As a student on our Master’s programmes you will be part of an international group of students,
coming from all continents. At the moment we have students from no less than 37 countries.

You will meet teachers and professors with a wide range of experience, in the scientific as well as
the professional field. Much of the teaching is conducted in small groups, and you will have good
opportunities to get to know your fellow students as well as your professors.



Facts about our programmes

·          Master's Programme, 2 Years, Full time*

·          120 credits*

·          Lund Campus

·          Next study period: 1 Sep 2014 – 5 Jun 2016

·          Degree awarded: Master of Laws (LL.M)

·          Tuition fees: 130,000 SEK per study year for non-EU/EEA students (approx. 13,700 EUR). EU/EEA
students do not pay tuition fees


*The European Business Law programme can be taken either as a one year (60 credits) or a two year
 (120 credits) programme.




The one year Master’s Programme in European and International Tax law (60 credits) is offered jointly
by the Faculty of Law and the Department of Business Law at the School of Economics and Management.
The Programme is open to students with an undergraduate degree in Law including 15 ECTS in tax law,
or an undergraduate degree in Economics or Business Administration, including 30 ECTS in tax law or
equivalent knowledge in the field of tax law. It leads to a Master of Laws or a Master of Science.

For further information, contact the Programme Coordinator at the Dept of Business Law, Sofia Rosendahl (sofia.rosendahl@har.lu.se)


Contact us

For questions about the programmes, contact Programme Coordinator Anders Tröjer


E-mail to Programme Coordinator Anders Tröjer: anders.trojer@jur.lu.se

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