Law - International Migration and Refugee Law (Master Degree)

the Netherlands

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The award
Master Degree

How long you will study
1 Years

Domestic course fees
EUR 2143 per year

How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September, February

International course fees
EUR 14762 per year

All study options

About Law - International Migration and Refugee Law at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Immerse yourself in law

After getting your Bachelor's degree in Law, you can go in many different directions. For example, you can opt for the specialisation in European and International Law and develop an understanding of the role of law in a globalising world. Or do you want to focus on issues like big data, human rights and information security by choosing the specialisation in International Technology Law?

The possibilities are almost endless. Thanks to the wide range of specialisations, you can immerse yourself in the issues that appeal to you the most.

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardMaster DegreeHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study1 year
    Course startsSeptember, FebruaryDomestic course feesEUR 2143 per yearInternational course feesEUR 14762 per year

Entry requirements

Law degree

You can be admitted to the programme if your degree is assessed as equivalent to a Dutch academic Bachelor's degree in Law and you have completed enough courses relevant to the specialization(s) which you wish to pursue.

We use the UK Naric comparison system and the Nuffic comparison and validation programmes to assess your application.

Other academic degrees

If you have an academic degree which is relevant for the specialization which you wish to pursue, you may also be admitted, if your degree is assessed as equivalent to a Dutch academic Bachelor's degree and you:

  • - have completed at least 60 EC in law courses; and
  • - have acquired knowledge of and insight into at least one area of law relevant to your specialization to at least the level of the end-terms of the VU Law bachelor.

In exceptional cases relevant work experience may be taken into consideration for the 60 EC requirement.

We use the UK Naric comparison system and the Nuffic comparison and validation programmes to assess your application.

You cannot be admitted to the programme with a degree which is not relevant for the specialization, not even if you have completed 60 EC in law courses.

Admission on the basis of a degree from a University of Applied Sciences in not possible.

Language requirements

For the English specializations, your English proficiency must be on at least C1 level (including for speaking and writing skills) to be able to attend the programme successfully.

Please note: additional language requirements may apply for your visa or residence permit.

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