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    LL.M. Digitalization and Law

    Admission requirements

    Please ensure that you meet the following admission requirements:

    1. Educational background

       
    •  You have a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts or Science with at least 210 ECTS credits at the University of Würzburg, a First State Examination in Law or a degree in a comparable course of study at another domestic or foreign higher education institution (e.g. university, university of applied sciences or university of cooperative education) or an equal domestic or foreign qualification

    or

    • You have a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts or Science with at least 180 ECTS credits at the University of Würzburg or at another domestic or foreign higher education institution or an equal domestic or foreign qualification and practical work competences of at least 30 ECTS credits, proven by qualified practical work experience of at least one year
    • If the degree is a non-law degree, you must prove competences in one or several of the following areas with at least 15 ECTS credits:   

    i) Basic knowledge in the field of civil law

    ii) Basic knowledge in the field of criminal law

    iii) Basic knowledge in the field of public law

    2. Practical work experience

       
    • You have qualified practical work experience for at least one year

    3. English language requirements

       
    • You must prove your proficiency in English at least on level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages  
    • Please submit the results of a qualified test, we accept: 
    1. the certificate of a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 79 points in the Internet-based test
    2. the certificate of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a minimum score of 6,5 points
    3. the certificate of Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) with a minimum score of 176 points
    • An English language test is not necessary, if one of the following exceptions applies to you: 

    - You hold a passport from one of the following countries:

    Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States of America.

    - You have studied and completed your entire Bachelor's or Master's program in English 

    - In all other cases the English language test is compulsory. Other exceptions cannot be considered.

    4. German language requirements

       
    • You must prove sufficient German language skills (at least on level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) by the end of the second semester at the latest
    • A German language test is not necessary, if one of the following exceptions applies to you: 

    - You hold a passport from one of the following countries:

    Belgium, Germany, Italy (exclusively from the region South Tyrol - Autonomous Province of Bolzano), Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Austria or Switzerland

    - You have studied and completed your entire Bachelor's or Master's program in German

    - In all other cases the German language test is compulsory. Other exceptions cannot be considered.