The China-EU School of Law’s master’s programmes are designed for international law students who have a particular interest in China and for Chinese law students who intend to specialise in European and international law. Graduates combine a high command of European and international law with special expertise in Chinese legal matters. They also stand to gain from the international experience of having studied law in English for a whole year. For Europeans, in particular, it still is something special to have lived in China's capital and to have a solid knowledge of Chinese culture.
What do China-EU School of Law graduates actually do?
Graduates find work in an international environment, which, depending on their profile, includes international law firms, companies, organisations, EU institutions, NGOs and research institutions.