Are you a current student? For the programme of this academic year, check the course guide.

Are you a current student? For the programme of this academic year, check the course guide.

Study programme Business Law

This study programme has a course load of 60 ECTS. The programme consists of one compulsory course (7 ECTS), a Master’s thesis (18 ECTS) and five optional courses (35 ECTS). Here you will find a schematic overview of the curriculum and available courses.

Total EC
60 EC
Compulsory courses
P1
P2
P3
P4
Master's thesis
18 EC
  1. P1
  2. P2
  3. P3
  4. P4

Do you have a Bachelor's in European Law School?

The courses Advanced Notions of International and European Law and Workshop Writing Legal Papers are not compulsory for students with a Bachelor's degree in European Law School from Radboud University. Instead, they complete one extra elective course.

Elective courses (semi-optional courses at the law faculty) are courses that you choose to take as part of a predetermined list of courses within your degree programme.

Suggested packages

If students seek guidance which courses to choose, the following three packages are suggested. By choosing these courses an optimised and worldwide recognised study programme will be created with a particular focus on competition, company or commercial law.

1. European Competition Law

  • European Competition Law (semester 1)
  • European Commercial Law (semester 2)
  • European Internal Market Law (semester 2)
  • European Public Procurement Law (semester 2)
  • Private International Law (semester 1)

2. European Commercial law

  • European Competition Law (semester 1)
  • European Commercial Law (semester 2)
  • European Internal Market Law (semester 2)
  • Private International Law (semester 1)
  • International Arbitration (semester 1)

3. International Dispute Resolution

  • Digital Dispute Resolution (semester 2)
  • International Arbitration (semester 1)
  • Private International Law (semester 1)
  • European Commercial Law (semester 2)
  • European Insolvency Law (semester 2)
  • Optional: Willem C. Vis Moot Court Competition (semester 1 or semester 2)

Specialisations