The curriculum of 120 credits for 2 years is divided into a modular structure, and notwithstanding the partners’ academic autonomy, all partner institutions must offer the following modules:
1. International Law and Comparative Law;
2. EU Law;
3. Introduction into National Law of each partner;
4. Language, intercultural courses;
5. Other possibilities like internships, legal clinics, summer-schools and seminars on the topic which the student wishes to develop in his/her Master thesis;
6. Special courses in International context (refers to students´ fields of interest, intensive courses)
In order to strengthen students’ competences in independent research and individual study planning they are taught by a variety of teachers, whom they are free to choose to a certain degree.
The joint character of the programme is an element from the very beginning of selecting the students, via their mobility in common programme structures, being taught in common modules, being cross examined by professors from different European partners, and having a common European graduation ceremony at the end.