Labour Lawpart time degree programmes for professionals

  • Master of Laws degree


  • 5 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • Weiden


  • No information

Overview and admission

Study Type


Admission semester

Summer and Winter Semester

Area of study
  • European Law
  • Public Law
  • Private Law, Civil Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Business Management, Organization Management

Graduates of the Master's degree programme in Employment Law have a critical understanding of employment law, including the following areas: Employment contract law, protection against dismissal, protection of special groups of persons, vocational training relationship; works constitution law, collective bargaining, codetermination, industrial action and personnel representation law; employment court proceedings; basic principles of company pension schemes, basic principles of social security law. For full-time lawyers, the Master's degree programme in Employment Law fulfils the requirements of the specialist lawyer training course within the meaning of the Specialist Attorneys' Regulations (FAO) for the award of the title of "Specialist Attorney for Employment Law" Graduates receive the internationally recognised academic degree "Master of Laws (LL.M.)".

Admission modus

Selection procedure / qualifying examination

Admission requirements (Link)

Admission requirements

completed university degree in Economics, Humanities, Social Sciences, Law or Industrial Engineering; successful participation in the aptitude assessment procedure; relevant qualified professional training after completion of the Bachelor's academic degree

Lecture period
  • 04.10.2021 - 14.01.2022
  • 15.03.2024 - 08.07.2024

Tuition fee


3,250.00 EUR / semester

Fees (Link)

plus student union fee (currently EUR 52 per semester)

Languages of instruction

Main language


DAAD - Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst - German Academic Exchange Service