Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Admission Requirements

Enrolling for this study plan is only possible based on your academic record.

Overview of the study plan

Incoming Master students in Law

Electives for incoming Ma Students in Law

The Faculty of Law and Criminology of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel offers a programme with law courses in English to incoming Erasmus students. Incoming Erasmus students who are in the (second) last year of their law study (Master level) can participate in this programme. For more information please contact the Faculty Secretariat: https://student.vub.be/en/rc#contact

Incoming Erasmus students must have a good command of English.

Erasmus Belgica students cannot follow this programme. They will participate in the regular Faculty programme which is taught in Dutch (see 'Courses in Dutch').

Important notice: no other courses than those of the programme mentioned below can be followed by incoming Erasmus students. However, if an incoming Erasmus student has a good command of Dutch, then he/she can participate in the Faculty programme which is taught in Dutch.

In case an incoming Erasmus student has to write a Master thesis at their home university, part of the research for and writing of the thesis can be done at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. This research can count for a number of ECTS, to be decided by the home university. The Faculty of Law and Criminology of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel cannot, however, provide supervision.

6ECTS credits - Comparative Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
6ECTS credits - Selected topics of Company Law
6ECTS credits - Legal, Ethical and Social Issues of Artificial Intelligence
6ECTS credits - Legal Professionals in the Digital Age. (Regulatory Framework and Capita Selecta)
6ECTS credits - The Use of Genomic Data - Ethical and Legal Issues
6ECTS credits - European Labour and Employment Law
6ECTS credits - European Public law
6ECTS credits - International and Comparative Economic Law
6ECTS credits - International and European Tax Law
6ECTS credits - International Law II
3ECTS credits - Introduction to Common Law and Legal English
6ECTS credits - Research Seminar on Economic and Financial Legal Systems

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