Admission requirements and examination modalities

Admission requirements

  • an internationally recognised domestic or foreign academic degree from a university (at least equivalent to a bachelor’s degree)


  • an equivalent qualification (1) to be determined by the programme manager based on 
    • a university entrance qualification and at least five years' professional experience, or
    • completion of an expert course/diploma course (e.g. university course, course for further education at a university of applied sciences or course of university character) to the extent of at least 60 ECTS and at least three years of professional experience or
    • Completion of a standardised written entrance examination, at least five years of professional experience and a minimum age of 21 years

(1) Assessment based on the descriptors describing level 6 of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF)

Examination modalities

You will complete 14 of the 15 modules in this part-time master's programme by completing a  module task. These are 15 pages of work  dedicated to special tasks, combining theory and practice. You complete the module 'law' with an online test.

Within each module you test your knowledge continuously by means of integrated self-tests. You must complete these self-tests positively before you can submit the module tasks.

You will complete your studies by writing, presenting and defending your master’s thesis. You can do this on site or online.