Courses offered

Courses descriptions
Non-credit courses
Mutually exclusive courses

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See all courses offered for international students starting in September 2019. The course descriptions also contain information about examination periods and links to class timetables for in the individual course. Please observe that timetable links for the autumn semester (starting in Sep.) usually start with the abbreviation "E19". For the spring semester (starting in February) 2019 it would be "F20". See additional guidance to the timetable information in "How to find my classroom".

Shortly before the start of the coming semester, we encourage you to check the latest version of course descriptions as some changes may have occurred.

Til toppenNon-credit courses

In addition to a full study load consisting of 30 ECTS points, you can also register for a couple of courses without any ECTS-value which are offered, i.e. "Introduction to EU Law and Institutions" (10 hours) and "Legal English" (20 hours).

Introduction to EU Law and Institutions
'Introduction to EU Law and Institutions' is a 10-hour introductory course held in the beginning of the semester. The course gives no ECTS-credits and there is no exam. Introduction to EU Law and Institutions” is strongly recommended to international students who have very little or no basic knowledge of the legal order of the European Union. Please observe that some of the credited law courses within the field of EU Law require some background knowledge of EU institutions and legislation.

Legal English
'Legal English' is a 20-hour course. The course gives no ECTS-points and there is no exam. The course will probably not be relevant if English is your mother tongue. OBS! Class 3 is reserved to Danish speaking students only

When you registerfor ordinary law course you can in the same form apply for registration in these courses without ECTS-value.

Til toppenMutually exclusive courses

Please observe that a few law courses may be mutually exclusive, i.e. you can only attend and sit an exam in one of the mutually exclusive courses as part of your studies. It is your own responsibility to check in the course descriptions (generally under the headline 'Remark') to see if a course is mutually exclusive with another course like e.g.

  • "Mediation" and "Negotiation and Dispute Resolution in Theory and Practice" (the latter is now called "Legal Negotiation in Theory and Practice") are mutually exclusive.