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The Faculty of Law works actively to identify and solve the legal challenges faced by our society. Our Master’s programme is offered in English followed of both Danish and international students.

With a Master’s degree in law you are able to apply legal methodology at a specialized level within complex parts of the legal system. This means that you are able to identify, analyze and solve theoretical and practical legal issues in a systematic way. You can take on a variety of jobs in businesses or private organizations – nationally as well as internationally.

Find information about the Profile and Career.

Admission requirements

Admission to a master’s degree programme in law requires as a minimum successful completion of a qualifying and recognised university degree equivalent in level and content to a Danish bachelor’s degree.

If you have completed a bachelor’s degree or are enrolled in the final semester of a bachelor programme, you are eligible to apply for the master’s degree programme in law.

When you apply for the Master of Laws programme you are required to submit a range of documentation needed to evaluate your application. If you fail to submit all of the required documentation your application will be rejected without assessment.

Read about the required documentation.

As an international applicant, you do not automatically fullfill the requirements for admission to the Master of Laws programme. Therefor, you shall read about how to apply with other bachelor’s degrees.

If you hold one of the degrees listed below, you meet all academic admission requirements and have direct access to apply to the master’s degree programme in law.

  • Bachelor of Laws from the University of Copenhagen (including legal right of admission)
  • Bachelor of Laws from Unviersity of Southern Denmark
  • Bachelor of Laws from Aarhus University
  • Bachelor of Laws from Aalborg University

Please note that if you are admitted on the basis of one of the above degrees, you will automatically be enrolled in the Danish language Master of Laws programme.

Bachelor’s degree with legal right of admission

If you have a bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen, you have a legal right to a place on the master’s programme if you apply in direct extension of your bachelor degree. You have to apply for the master programme in the application period just before you complete your bachelor’s degree. Read more about applying with legal right of admission. (in Danish only)

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