Courses and Programmes

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Law programmes offered at Stockholm University

Are you interested in furthering your studies in law? Would you like to internationalise your profile at a globally ranked university? We have a number of programmes which are offered in English, taught by both full-time faculty/researchers and practitioners.

Master's programmes

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Master's in European Economic Law (EEL)

The EEL programme focuses on the law of the European Single Market at the heart of the EU integration project, while also studying the interplay between constitutional and economic law.

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Master's in European Intellectual Property Law (EIPL)

EIPL examines intellectual property from a pan-European and international perspective. Students can specialise in patents & trade marks, or copyright & transborder conflicts.

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Master’s in International Commercial Arbitration Law (ICAL)

ICAL emphasises putting theory into practice, taking full advantage of Stockholm’s resources as an international centre for arbitration. Students hone their legal research skills and complete a mock arbitration.

Exchange programmes

Exchange Studies

Stockholm University has an active exchange programme for advanced/master level students. Students come from our partner universities and are integrated with Year 4 Stockholm University law students. Courses are taught in English.

Summer Programme

This new international summer programme gives you the opportunity to learn more about EU and Swedish law, while also learning about a range of current issues in business from SBS, Stockholm Business School.

Additional programmes

Doctoral studies (LL.D.) – (four years, fulltime)

Independent research and critical analysis lie at the heart of doctoral studies. Prospective candidates begin by proposing their own projects and contacting their potential advisor.

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Juristexamen (Swedish Master’s of Laws) - in Swedish only

Stockholm University offers two tracts to becoming a lawyer practicing in Sweden. The most common track takes 4.5 years. There is a special track reserved for people who already hold a law degree from countries outside Europe and takes 2 years. Both require a high level of proficiency in Swedish.

Contacts

Exchange Studies

exchange@juridicum.su.se

International LL.M. Studies

masterprogramme@juridicum.su.se

Doctoral Studies

sari.wrange@juridicum.su.se

Important dates

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Semester Dates

Spring 2019

21 January 2019 - 9 June 2019

Autumn 2019

2 September 2019 - 19 January 2020

Spring 2020

20 January 2020 - 5 June 2019

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