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LLM Programme in Comparative, European and International Laws

Programme Start Date

01/09/2022

Methodology

Residential

Application Deadline:
31/01/2022 24:00 CET

Selection process and schedule

  • 1 November: Application procedure opens.
  • 31 January: Deadline for applications and references.
  • Mid-March Invitations for interviews for shortlisted candidates are sent by e-mail. Candidates who are not shortlisted are also informed by e-mail.
  • 4-5 April: Shortlisted candidates are interviewed by the departmental panel.
  • Mid-April: Candidates are informed of the admission results by e-mail.
  • May to July: Formal admission letters are sent by e-mail. Practical information for selected candidates is posted on the Academic Service's web pages. Reserve candidates may be contacted during this period if selected candidates withdraw.
  • End of August: Registration of new researchers.
  • 1 September: Academic Year begins.

See also: Interviews and Language Test

Do not contact us about the outcome of your application or interview. We will keep you informed by email of all developments in your application.

Selection Criteria

  • Academic record: National pre-selection committees have the expertise to interpret academic grades, degrees and rankings of departments and universities and make sure that comparable standards are used for assessing all applicants. Candidates are expected to have sufficient background in theory and research methodology relevant to the discipline and research project.
  • Quality of the research proposal: The originality and feasibility of the LL.M. proposal play a crucial role both in the initial pre-selection and the interview.
  • Potential supervision: The department carefully examines whether it can provide suitable supervision for the candidate, taking into account the profile of the department and distribution of supervision among its academic staff for the whole of the period concerned.
  • Language abilities: All candidates must have a good knowledge of English. The expected minimum level of English language proficiency is C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).

Complete information on the selection procedure are available in Academic Rules and Regulations for the EUI Doctoral Programme.

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