In the interest of maintaining the programme's high standards, the number of participants will be limited to 25.
Prerequisites for participation are a minimum of one year of legal training at a university and a very good command of written and spoken English.
Even though we do not require students to upload language test results during the online application process, we urge students with poor language skills to abstain from applying. Professors will not be able to accommodate language difficulties. Knowledge of German is not a prerequisite.
Note: After the programme has reviewed your application you might receive an email asking for proof that you have successfully completed an English-language test (e.g. TOEFL or IELTS). English native speakers don't need to provide an English-language test.
Online registration is open from December 1, 2021:
- Early bird application deadline: March 1, 2022
- Regular application deadline: April 1, 2022
Applicants will be informed in March (first application period) and in April (second round) whether or not they have been offered a place in the course and a tuition waiver
Application materials for the MUST programme:
Please upload the following supporting materials as a pdf file during the application procedure:
(or other detailed official record) of exam results in law studies
Participants currently studying at an educational institution should enclose a transcript of all exams taken to date. The transcript must be translated into English or German and must explain the grading system. If there is no official translation available, participants can attach an English translation of their own.
With regards to previous higher education, a copy of the results from final exams, translated into English or German, should be enclosed.
2. Curriculum vitae (CV)
Please use the Euro Pass format: http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu if you do not have your own form.
3. Statement of motivation
Applicants should write a short statement of no more than one typed page in English as to why they wish to take part in the summer programme and whether they have previously studied European Union or German law.