The normal period of study for the master's program “European Economic Law” consists of two semesters. The program commences with the winter semester, respectively at the beginning of October, during which the students attend the mandatory courses of the four compulsory modules to an extent of 16 hours/week per semester. During the second semester the students attend the courses of the elective modules to an extent of 8 hours/week per semester. For each module the student has to undergo a module course assessment that will usually be carried in the form of a written examination of two to four hour’s length. In consultation with the particular lecturer, the terms of the module course assessment can be redefined alternatively in an oral examination or a written assignment (when appropriate in connection with a presentation).
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A transcript, detailing the performance of the compulsory and elective modules, as well as the result of the master's thesis will be delivered, which includes an overall grade in addition to the grading of the performance during the module course assessments. The overall grade will be determined by the average of the single weighted grades of each compulsory and elective module, and the double weighted grade of the master's thesis. Along with the transcript the successful aspirant will be bestowed a diploma supplement as well as a diploma, with which the academic degree of "Master of European Economic Law (LL.M.)” will be authenticated.