The Minor in European & International Law is aimed at students pursuing the Bachelor in Law. It provides comprehensive knowledge of the legal principles and institutions that govern the relations between states, international organisations, and individuals. In addition, it analyses the institutional and constitutional framework of the European Union, including its political and legal institutions.
This Minor provides specialised training in European and international law, preparing students for a wide range of careers in areas such as diplomacy, EU civil service, international organisations, NGOs and foreign trade. The programme covers topics such as European Union law, public international law, human rights law and international trade law. At the same time, it prepares students to read, understand, write and argue about legal matters in English, an essential skill for legal professionals working in a globalised context.