The lectures from most modules are offered in English starting from the second semester, as are the seminars and research colloquia. During the first semester, some obligatory lectures are held in German.
TestDaF Stufe 4, DSH-2
"To apply for the Master's programme ""European and International Business Law"", you must hold an appropriate Bachelor's degree with a regular study period of at least six semesters. As an appropriate degree we accept the LLB or other degrees which include at least 60 credit points achieved in a juristic field of study."