The Bachelor degree programme Laws comprises a programme of 240 ects (a first-year programme of 60 ects and a main phase programme of 180 ects).
The degree programme comprises a major and a minor. The major is composed of compulsory and elective units. The minor may be chosen by the student and allows him or her to specialise in a chosen field or to broaden his/her generic or subject-specific knowledge and skills. The programme is practice-oriented: a work placement (30 ects) and other practical components form an essential and compulsory part of this programme, as does a thesis project (30 ects).
Graduates of the Bachelor programme Laws are multi-disciplined legal Bachelors. They possess an enterprising and inquisitive attitude, are trained to deal with ethical dilemmas and have an extensive knowledge of (inter)national law. Graduates are qualified to apply their knowledge and skills in practical situations in which legal aspects play a major part.