The Hague University             Bachelor Studies

International & European Law

Bachelor of Laws

The International and European Law bachelor's is a four-year programme taught in English. It will prepare you for a wide variety of international careers working for multinational or governmental organisations, companies and NGOs.

With a strong focus on legal training in an international environment, the bachelor's programme will boost your ability to analyse legal problems from an international perspective and develop your critical thinking skills.

We are situated in the heart of the International City of Peace, Justice and Security - an inspiring location to study international and European law.

International and European Law was launched in 2007 and our first students graduated in 2011. Since then, many graduates in international and European law have proceeded to master's programmes at other universities, for example, Maastricht University, Utrecht University, King’s College and Queen Mary’s University (London), Cambridge University and Oxford University.

Other alumni have accepted job positions at international organisations and companies, for example, the Constitutional Court of South Africa, the Royal Bank of Scotland, Ernst & Young, ING and many more.

Our students come from approximately 50 different countries. Our lecturers come from over 15 different countries, representing most major legal systems. Currently, more than 550 students are studying International and European Law at THUAS.

Watch students Laura Luca and Ioana Moraro talk about International & European Law.

Accreditation and internal quality system

All our study programmes meet the quality criteria as laid down in the framework presented by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).

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