Master of Laws

11 can participate in a winter or summer school or a moot court competition. Finally, you can apply for an internship through one of our partnerships with international organisations or law firms in Switzerland, India or Peru and gain critical experience in the field of human rights. Over a period of two years you will learn to work independently on your Master’s dissertation deepening your expertise in the selected topic and developing your research skills. Your dissertation is related to one of the modules; the legal clinic that you follow is also lined to that module. You will start writing the dissertation under the supervision of a professor specialised in the subject matter after your research proposal is accepted during the second semester of your first Master’s year, and you defend the dissertation at the end of the second Master’s year. In the second and final year of the programme, you will have the opportunity to study abroad for one semester at one of our partner universities, both inside and outside Europe. Every module in the Master of Laws has a number of privileged partners that offer courses complementary to the UAntwerp modules. This will allow you to experience a different international environment, and perhaps a different approach to law, legal education and legal science.