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Bucerius Law School


Address Bucerius Master of Law and Business (LLM/MLB)
Jungiusstrasse 6, 20355 Hamburg, Germany
Tel. No. +49 (0)40 30706-226
Fax No. +49 (0)40 30706-169
E-mail address
Course Bucerius Master of Law and Business (LLM/MLB)
Type of course Full-time
Length of course 1 year
Date of commencement End of August each year
Application deadline April 30
Class size 50 students from all around the world
Cost/Fees € 22,000
Financial Assistance Several partial scholarships available on the basis of need and merit
Accommodation Available
Exchange Partner Schools Bucerius Law School has more than 90 co-operations with partner universities.
Student profile 1.Countries of origin (number) Over 30 different nationalities from all continents
2. Ratio Men: Women 50:50
3. Age Range No age limit
4. Average Age 26-28
5. Average Work Experience Min. 2 years
Admissions requirements Applicants to the Program must have successfully completed a first degree in law or economics/business and have at least one year of post-graduate work experience. Previous international experience and extracurricular activities are advantageous in the admissions process. An application package consists of the following:

- A completed application form
- A CV
- A personal statement
- A writing sample
- Official transcripts of your degree-granting academic institutions, a statement of class rank
- Proof of English language proficiency (as evidenced by TOEFL (100), IELTS (7.0) or CPE scores)
- Two or three letters of recommendation

There is no application fee and no age limit. For more information about the Program and applications, please go to
Contact details for application Ms. Inga Diercks
Course Director Professor Clifford Larsen
Dean, Bucerius Master of Law and Business (LLM/MLB)


Bucerius Master of Law and Business (LLM/MLB)

Interdisciplinary • Practice-Oriented • International


• Offered by Bucerius Law School, Germany’s top-ranked law school
• Interdisciplinary 1-year program taught entirely in English
• For law and business graduates with some work experience
• Graduates receive either an LLM (Law and Business) or a M aster of Law and Business (MLB )
• Strong career services and internship support
• International student body and faculty from academia and practice
• Excellent administrative support
• Focus on employment-relevant knowledge and skills
• Scholarships available

The Master of Law and Business (LLM /MLB ) is the ideal program for law and business graduates who wish to obtain a professional advantage in today’s highly-competitive business and legal environments. Depending on the focus of their studies, graduates are awarded either a Master of Laws (LLM ) or a Master of Law and Business (MLB ). The Program is run by the Bucerius Law School, Germany’s top-ranked law school.

In today’s global economy, lawyers and business people alike are regularly confronted with international issues that involve both legal and business aspects. The Program’s one-year curriculum, taught entirely in English, is designed exclusively for lawyers, business people and graduates of other disciplines who strive to be at the forefront of these legal and business developments.

The curriculum takes the life-cycle of a business enterprise and pursues both the legal and business aspects of that development. Students analyze the realization of an entrepreneurial idea, investigate the founding of a business enterprise, and evaluate the international growth and development of that enterprise. Elective modules allow students to deepen their knowledge in additional areas of law and business. A mandatory internship and writing of a master’s thesis add practice-oriented and research components to the Program.

As a result of this curriculum, LLM /MLB graduates boast an impressive set of skills and knowledge with direct relevance for work in international companies, law firms, and other organizations. They belong to that group of cutting-edge professionals who have been systematically trained to take an interdisciplinary approach to legal and management questions.

The student body, consisting of well-trained professionals from around the world, fosters an intercultural understanding of legal and business questions and helps prepare students for their international careers.

Bucerius Law School

Founded in 2000 by ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius, Bucerius Law School is Germany’s leading law school, offering an academically-challenging, practice-oriented and bilingual legal education with a focus on international business law. Bucerius graduates have enjoyed exceptional success in Germany’s First State Examination in Law and are among the most sought-after young lawyers in Germany.

Bucerius Law School is a subsidiary of ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius.


The home of the Bucerius Master of Law and Business (LLM/MLB) is the Bucerius campus in Hamburg, Germany. Hamburg, a beautiful city of some two million inhabitants, combines a thriving port, strong media, publishing and other industries with a vibrant nightlife and a wealth of cultural activities. The well-equipped Bucerius campus is centrally-located, just minutes away from Hamburg’s main commercial district, shopping areas, and the lovely Inner and Outer Alster Lakes.


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