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How many courses can I or do I have to take per semester?

Erasmus students

Erasmus students have a free course choice. There are no mandatory courses and they can take as many courses as they wish. Erasmus students can take courses according to their individual interest and according to the rules set by their home university. We suggest 30 ECTS-credits per term.

Themis students

Themis students are required to take 30 ECTS-credits worth of courses (inclu­ding exams) from our English-taught course program in International Law and Business Law. They need to attempt exams worth of 30 cre­dits seriously and to pass at least 24 exam credits in order to qualify for the 'Joint Certificate in International and Business Law'. Themis stu­dents who are fluent in German may choose one non-accredited Themis course from our regular German-taught legal course program. This subject must have a focus on business law, comparative law, or inter­national law. German language courses do not count towards the Themis credit requirement.

Overseas students and students from other exchange programs (i.e. DAAD scholars)

Overseas exchange students and students from other exchange programs have a free course choice. There are no mandatory courses and they can take as many courses as they wish. If you belong to this group, you can take courses according to your individual interest and according to the rules set by your home university. We suggest 30 ECTS-credits per term.