ADMISSION & APPLICATION
The programme is aimed at recent graduates and students in law. As a minimum requirement, participants should already have completed their main courses in private law. As workshops, round tables and most lectures facilitate an interactive method, with participants able to discuss various topics with the lecturers, a good level of English is requested (minimum level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
Knowledge of one additional language among French, German, Spanish or Italian is an advantage. Participants should be highly motivated and have the ability to relate to others in a multicultural environment. In order to guarantee the quality of the programme and to facilitate interactive classes, the number of admissions is limited.
Participants studying in a country where a participating University is established may have to meet additional admission criteria set by the participating University (see below), as the number of students per country is also limited in order to enable students from many countries to attend.
A participation Certificate will be awarded to participants who attend the Summer School. The certificate is equivalent to 15 ECTS on the basis of the Jean Monnet Programme. Please note that the extent to which these credits are recognised in the home institutions of participants can therefore vary and it is recommended that participants seek information on this before applying to the programme if they want these credits to be recognised at their home institution. To receive the certificate you have to attend allobligatory lessons, all workshops and 24 further lessons, which you can choose yourself (the round tables can be picked as part of these lessons and will therefore be credited). There is no exam at the end of the Summer School.
Application period: 1.3. – 30.4.2023
Extended till 15.6.
After submitting the form you will be informed about the payment details. The necessary payment (see „Tuition Fees“) has to be made within two weeks.
Please note that the number of participants is limited. Submitting an application form does not constitute a right to a place at the programme. Your application, however, once the payment has been made, becomes binding.
Any kind of application before and after the application period cannot be accepted.