The Faculty of Law is a top-quality provider of challenging and rewarding legal education at bachelor’s, master’s and PhD-level.
Maastricht is different from any other law school:
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Faculty of Law ranked 46 in 2019 Times Higher Education Law Subject ranking.
We are proud to announce that our faculty has entered the top 50 of the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2019 for Law.
In the 2019 the THE World University Rankings for LAW, our Faculty climbs from the 61st to the 46th place. The Faculty also rises ten places in the ranking of European law faculties from place 26 in 2018 to place 16 in 2019.
The Subject Rankings are derived from the THE World University Rankings in which world class universities are assessed by 13 carefully selected indicators covering the areas of teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook. For a full overview of the results, visit the THE subject rankings page.
Masters of Laws (LL.M)
We offer the following programmes:
International partnership networks
We are members of three university partnership networks: the Worldwide University Network (WUN), the Young European Research Universities (YERUN) and the Young Universities for the Future of Europe (YUFE). These networks act as:
The Faculty of Law is interested in attracting students that:
Graduates may consider careers in the following areas:
Estimation costs per month (based on regular/EU/EEA tuition fee rate): Totoal per month 993 €
Including gas, water and electricity
Grants & Scholarships
For more information please contact the UM International Services Desk: email@example.com
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For each LLM programme Maastricht University assesses whether your prior education makes you admissible:
Please notice: the admission requirements are very specific per LLM programme. Always check our website for the most up to date information.
Our one-year LLM classes start the first week of September. Most LLM programmes also have an intake in February. The students admitted into the Master International Laws, International and European Tax Law and the Adanced master Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management can only start classes in September.
The faculty is located in an imposing building in the city centre, fully equipped with all electronic and other facilities. The faculty’s central location in the city centre, with its numerous pavement cafes, bars and restaurants, and the proximity of several other faculties, makes it an authentic inner-city campus.
In Maastricht you don’t live on a campus or with a landlady
You rent a room together with other students. You cook and eat together and turn your student house into a home. The average rent is between 300 and 400 euro. Most students live in a room in the city centre, but you can also choose to live in a suburb or even a place just across the border in Belgium.
Most rooms can be found on walking or biking distance from the university buildings and public transport is excellent. Maastricht Housing will help you find a suitable room. Many exchange students rent a furnished room in one of the buildings of the UM Guesthouse, which are all located close to the centre. There are 350 rooms available for 1 or 2 students per room and 45 rooms/studios for master’s students.
UM SPORTS is the sports department of Maastricht University. It is a place where students, employees and alumni get together to work out for student-friendly prices. With more than 50 indoor- and outdoor sports to choose from, UM SPORTS offers something for everyone. All activities are offered in both English and Dutch, so everyone can join. Furthermore the city offers a wide range of culture, from theatre to film (two cinemas and one film house), from opera to jazz. (Experimental) art, design and architecture in museums and presentation institutes.
Support for parents/disabled people
Students who have a physical, psychological and/or sensory disability a chronic disease or another condition can apply for support at the Disability Officer of the University to make studying with your disability easier.
Maastricht University has a vibrant alumni community: a global network of more than 70,000 graduates. We are keen on staying in touch with our graduates who are living and working all over the world. In order to do so, we host an Alumni Portal and facilitate Alumni Circles in 32 cities in 16 countries.
Without a doubt, our graduates are internationally oriented:
Working closely with other international students has successfully prepared UM graduates for the rapidly changing global labour market. They are in high demand from employers who often praise their intercultural communication, teamwork and problem-solving skills.