The Department of International and European Law studies the practical, institutional and procedural aspects of both European Union (EU) and international public law, such as international human rights and migration law.
Members of the department are involved in the Research Centre for State and Law as well as the Radboud Business Law Institute. There is also a clear link with the Centre for Migration Law, both from the perspective of international law and EU law.
The department offers a unique Bachelor’s and Master’s programme that allows students to practice law in the Netherlands (and be admitted to the legal profession or judiciary) and to specialise in international and European law. The specialised courses are offered in English from the second year onwards. The department also offers Master’s students a specific programme with four different specialisations.