'Dual' Masters launched with Leuphana

Published: 1 July 2014

The School of Law has announced a new and innovative masters programme offered in collaboration with Leuphana University, Luneburg, Germany.

The School of Law has said it is delighted to have embarked upon a new and innovative masters programme offered in collaboration with Leuphana University, Lüneburg in Germany. It is being described as a 'dual degree programme'. 

Signing of deal with Leuphana UniversityFrom September 2014 onwards, students will have the opportunity to pursue a two-year masters programme in international economic law, with one year spent at each institution. 

Details about the programme, which offers a specialized education putting students on track for a career with international organizations, law firms, or governments, are available at www.leuphana.de/master-iel. Applications can be submitted until 15 August 2014.

Present at the simple signing ceremony (pictured) were: Professor Jim Conroy, VP Internationalisation, Professor Sascha Spoun, President of Leuphana University, Professors Joerg Terhechte and Christian J Tams (who have developed the programme) and Ms Claudia Echelmeyer, programme administrator, Leuphana.

Professor James Conroy, Glasgow’s Vice-Principal for Internationalisation who signed the agreement on 13 June, said he was 'delighted' that Professor Christian J.Tams, Chair of International Law at Glasgow, had secured this highly innovative law programme in partnership with Leuphana, a dynamic forward-looking institution.

He said: "We look forward to working closely colleagues at Leuphana to ensure its success."

You can find more information here: www.gla.ac.uk/colleges/socialsciences/international/partners/partnerships/

Anyone interested should contact llmenquiries@law.gla.ac.uk.

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Christian Tams, Chair of International Law

School of Law

College of Social Sciences

media enquiries: Cara.macdowall@glasgow.ac.uk / 0141 330 3683

First published: 1 July 2014

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