What is MUST? Offered by the Faculty of Law of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität - one of the leading law faculties in Europe - Munich University Summer Training is a unique summer programme (as part of the MISU) for lawyers and law students from all over the world. Classes will be taught in English and cover many different areas of German and European law such as contract law, IP law, corporate law and constitutional law.
When will MUST take place? This year, MUST will take place from 4 July 2022 to 29 July 2022 (4 weeks).
Where will MUST take place? MUST is set to take place in presence in Munich. However, if the classes cannot be held in presence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the programme will take place online.
How much does MUST cost? - A mandatory tuition fee of 550,00 EUR and a registration fee of 200,00 EUR (100,00 EUR for early bird registration) must be paid in advance. All bank fees must be assumed by the participant. - An accommodation fee of 450,00 EUR arises for participants who opt for accommodation provided by MUST.
When is the registration fee due? The registration fee is due immediately after receiving the PDF admission letter by e-mail even for tuition waiver holders and latest by 26 April 2022.
Will I have to pay the registration fee even if I am not admitted to MUST? No, if you are not admitted to MUST, you do not have to pay any fees.
When is the tuition due? Tuition is due on 15 May 2022.
Are there any scholarships available? For some participants, tuition for MUST may be partially waived. Tuition waivers will be awarded based on merit.
Will I get accommodation? A limited number of student dorms are available to the MUST programme. These student dorms will be distributed among the participants. However, since the number is limited, housing through MUST remains optional only and is not mandatory.
Do I need to speak German? All courses will be taught in English. Hence, applicants need to have a very good command of written and spoken English. Knowledge of German is not a prerequisite.
Do I need to have prior knowledge of German law? No prior knowledge of German law is required.
Do I need a prior law degree? No prior law degree is necessary. However, a minimum of one year of legal training at a university is required.
Will I have to bring my own laptop? Yes, participants are required to bring their own laptop.
Will I have to take an exam? The exams are mandatory for those students who received a scholarship/tuition waiver or if the ECTS-credit points should be awarded. Otherwise, the exams are not mandatory but only optional.