Major subject – Commercial Law
Law is omnipresent. Regulations, standards and legal issues in the business sector affect trade between private persons, companies and countries. The international market and its increasingly complex regulation requires expertise and innovative solutions also where legal issues are concerned. Commercial Law comprehends legal areas such as labour law, trade and export law, credit and collateral law, market law, corporate law and tax law. With Commercial Law as your major subject, you will study the rules and principles that influence these various legal areas and gain a special insight into the economic perspectives of EU law.
As a Commercial Law student, you will enjoy a great deal of study freedom and be able to combine your major subject with one or more elective minor subjects to create the professional profile you want. If desired, you can combine your law studies with studies in accounting and other areas of economics and take the auditor’s examination (first the basic examination and then a specialisation in either the private sector or public sector). Commercial Law is also a popular minor subject that provides broad insights into the workings of the business sector and corporate activity.