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Master of Art Programs in European Law

People who wish to get more general knowledge in a field or to pursue a specialization may choose to enroll in an MA—Master of Arts—program. After just one to two years of study, they may find themselves not only with new skills but also competing for higher salaries. What is an MA in European Law? Courses involved in receiving a Master of Arts in European Law may cover some aspects of… Read more

People who wish to get more general knowledge in a field or to pursue a specialization may choose to enroll in an MA—Master of Arts—program. After just one to two years of study, they may find themselves not only with new skills but also competing for higher salaries.

What is an MA in European Law? Courses involved in receiving a Master of Arts in European Law may cover some aspects of general law, but more attention will typically be paid to how the European Economic Union affects considerations of law and government. It may be possible to specialize, or at least take electives in, such areas as humanitarian law, corporate law, environmental law, investment law, and criminal law.

Studying any law can give graduates enhanced skills in communication, as well as the ability to analyze situations and think critically, all abilities that can be helpful in any career. People who wish to work in the business, government, or legal areas within Europe can find their ability to understand the intricacies of conducting business or legal transactions greatly enhanced.

How much it will cost to graduate with an MA degree will depend on where one enrolls, as it can vary greatly. Students should not forget to figure in any additional fees while making comparisons between programs, as the total cost will likely be more than the tuition.

Some of the positions that may be open to a graduate with an MA in European Law include legal consultant, researcher, legal translator, or writer of legal drafts. Institutions that hire for such positions include universities, corporations, banks, law offices, and consulting firms. Specialties such as environmental law or humanitarian law can help one find careers within non-profit organizations or government agencies.

There are typically institutions offering an MA in European Law online, all over Europe, and beyond. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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The two-semester Master Programme "European and European Legal Studies" is offered by the Institute for European Integration of the Foundation Europa-Kolleg Hamburg in cooperation with the University of Hamburg. -
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English, German
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