Study law in Beijing
China is on the rise. Since 2010, the nation is the world’s second-largest economy behind the USA, and it is the largest measured by purchasing power. This has not only improved the economic living conditions for many Chinese, but the Chinese government is also further building up its legal system. Economic and criminal law, for instance, have changed tremendously in recent years.
China’s rapid rise has increased international demand for legal professionals who combine a high command of European and international law with special expertise in Chinese legal matters worldwide. Our master’s programmes focus on exactly this profile.