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1 Teaching and Examination Regulations for Master s degree programmes, 1 General provisions Article 1 Applicability 1. These Regulations apply to the teaching and examinations of the Master s degree programmes referred to in Article 3, hereinafter referred to as the Master s degree programmes. 2. The Master s degree programmes are provided by the Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen, hereinafter referred to as the Faculty. 3. This TER is also applicable to students from other faculties or higher education institutions, in so far as they are participating in one of the master s degree programmes which are being offered by the Faculty. 4. Course units that students of the degree programme as referred to in Article 1.1 follow in other degree programmes or at other faculties or institutes of higher education are subject to the Teaching and Examination Regulations of that programme, faculty or institute. 5. These Regulations also apply to the admission of students to the Pre-Master s programmes referred to in Article 7, 9A and 10A with an eye to following the degree programme. In all other respects, the relevant Bachelor s TER will apply to students who are enrolled in a Pre-Master s programme. Article 2 Definitions The following definitions apply to these Regulations: Act: the Higher Education and Research Act (WHW; Wet op het Hoger Onderwijs en Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek); Student: a person registered at the University for the purpose of taking course units and/or examinations and a final assessment leading to the conferral of a university degree; Degree programme: the Master s degree programme referred to in Article 1.1 of these Regulations, comprising a coherent set of course units; Pre-Master s programme: a programme intended to remedy deficiencies for admission to the degree programme; Academic year: the period of time that starts on 1 September and ends on 31 August of the following year; Course unit: a teaching unit of the degree programme within the meaning of the Act Practical/seminar: a practical exercise, as referred to in Article 7.13 of the Act. Seminars and seminars focus on the student s ability to work independently, often expressed in a presentation and/or paper, in one of the following forms or a combination of several of these forms: - writing a thesis - writing a paper or draft - conducting a research project - participating in a field trip or excursion - completing an internship - participating in a different educational activity designed to teach certain skills; Examination: a test of the knowledge, understanding and skills of the student as well as an assessment of the results of any research; Final assessment: the final assessment of the Master s degree programme; 1

2 Semester: part of the academic year, either starting on 1 September and ending on a date to be determined by the Board of the University on or around 31 January, or starting on the aforementioned date determined by the Board of the University and ending on or around 31 August; Day: working day, unless stated otherwise; Ocasys: the University s digital course catalogue for academic year. Ocasys is part of this Teaching and Examination Regulation unless otherwise is explicitly indicated in this Teaching and Examination Regulation; Board of Examiners: an independent body with the duties and powers as stated in Articles 7.11, 7.12, 7.12b and 7.12c of the Act, including assessing whether the requirements of the final assessment have been met; Admissions Board: the board that has decision-making powers in matters concerning admission to the degree programme on behalf of the Faculty Board. The other definitions shall have the meaning that the Act ascribes to them. Article 3 The Master s degree programmes 1. The Faculty offers the following Master s degree programmes: a. Dutch Law b. Notarial Law c. Tax Law d. Law and Public Administration e. International and European Law f. Law and ICT g. European Law School 2. The Master s degree programmes listed under a, b, c, d and f are offered as both fulltime and part-time programmes. The Master s degree programmes listed under a, b, c, and d are also offered as dual programmes. 3. The Master s degree programmes listed under a, b, and c (dual variants) are included in separate Teaching and Examination Regulations. 4. Students may request permission from the Board of Examiners to compile their own General Master of Laws programme within the degree programmes referred to in Article 3.1. The Board of Examiners may set specific conditions to this end. Article 4 Aim of the Master s degree programmes 1. Dutch Law A. Knowledge and understanding learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Dutch Law has the following learning outcomes with regard to knowledge and understanding: a. A thorough knowledge and understanding of Dutch Law through a deepening of the knowledge acquired during the Bachelor s phase. b. A thorough understanding of the coherence of the law, through a deepening of the understanding acquired during the Bachelor s phase. c. An understanding of international and European influences on Dutch law, taking into account the additional requirements placed on a specific specialization. B. Skills and attitude learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Dutch Law has the following learning outcomes with regard to skills and attitude: a. The ability to independently collect relevant facts, legislation, jurisprudence and literature related to a complex problem of Dutch law, and to evaluate and apply them. 2

3 b. The ability to conduct independent academic legal research in the field of Dutch law and to make a societally relevant contribution to the development of the law. c. The ability to independently engage in academic discourse with colleagues regarding Dutch law. d. The ability to make a complex argument concerning Dutch law understandable to a group of colleagues and the public orally and in writing. C. Professional and academic learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Dutch Law has the following professional and academic learning outcomes: a. Knowledge and understanding of the professional prospects. b. Understanding of the demands regarding independent study and the personal decision-making process which follow from the rapid and continuous development of positive law. 2. Notarial Law. A. Knowledge and understanding learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Notarial Law has the following learning outcomes with regard to knowledge and understanding: a. A thorough knowledge and understanding of Notarial law through a deepening of the knowledge acquired during the Bachelor s phase. b. A thorough understanding of the coherence of the law, in particular Notarial law, through a deepening of the understanding acquired during the Bachelor s phase. c. An understanding of international and European influences on Notarial law. B. Skills and attitude learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Notarial Law has the following learning outcomes with regard to skills and attitude: a. The ability to independently collect relevant facts, legislation, jurisprudence and literature related to a complex problem of Notarial law, and to evaluate and apply them. b. The ability to conduct independent academic legal research in the field of Notarial law and to make a societally relevant contribution to the development of the law. c. The ability to independently engage in academic discourse with colleagues regarding Notarial law. d. The ability to make a complex argument concerning Notarial law understandable to a group of colleagues and the public orally and in writing. C. Professional and academic learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Notarial Law has the following professional and academic learning outcomes: a. Knowledge and understanding of the professional prospects. b. Understanding of the demands regarding independent study and the personal decision-making process which follow from the rapid and continuous development of positive law. 3. Tax Law A. Knowledge and understanding learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Tax Law has the following learning outcomes with regard to knowledge and understanding: a. A thorough knowledge and understanding of tax law through a deepening of the knowledge acquired during the Bachelor s phase. b. A thorough understanding of the coherence of the law, in particular tax law, through a deepening of the understanding acquired during the Bachelor s phase. c. A thorough knowledge and understanding of the finance of companies. 3

4 d. A thorough knowledge and understanding of international and European tax law. B. Skills and attitude learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Tax Law has the following learning outcomes with regard to skills and attitude: a. The ability to independently collect relevant facts, legislation, jurisprudence and literature related to a complex problem of tax law, and to evaluate and apply them. b. The ability to conduct independent academic legal research in the field of tax law and to make a societally relevant contribution to the development of the law. c. The ability to independently engage in academic discourse with colleagues regarding tax law. d. The ability to make a complex argument concerning tax law understandable to a group of colleagues and the public orally and in writing. C. Professional and academic learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Tax Law has the following professional and academic learning outcomes: a. Knowledge and understanding of the professional prospects. b. Understanding of the demands regarding independent study and the personal decision-making process which follow from the rapid and continuous development of positive law. 4. Law and Public Administration A. Knowledge and understanding learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Law and Public Administration has the following learning outcomes with regard to knowledge and understanding: a. A thorough understanding of the applicable national law (in particular public law) and its methods. b. A thorough understanding of international and European public law, both as separate legal fields and in relation to and as components of national law. c. Active mastery of the concepts and theories of public administration and policy studies. d. An analytical understanding of the design and function of the public sector in the Netherlands and Europe. e. In-depth knowledge and understanding of relevant key terms and concepts in political science, economics and philosophy of law. B. Skills and attitude learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Law and Public Administration has the following learning outcomes with regard to skills and attitude: a. The ability to independently conduct public administration research in the field of the design and function of the public sector. b. The ability to analyse questions with regard to the design and function of the public sector from an interrelated legal and socioscientific perspective, and on the basis of this to make public administration-related diagnoses and recommendations. c. The ability to independently engage in academic discourse with colleagues regarding public administration. d. The ability to make a complex argument concerning public administration understandable to a group of colleagues and the public orally and in writing. C. Professional and academic learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Law and Public Administration has the following professional and academic learning outcomes: a. Knowledge and understanding of the professional prospects. 4

5 b. Understanding of the demands regarding independent study and the personal decision-making process which follow from the rapid and continuous development of positive law. 5. International and European Law. A. Knowledge and understanding learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in International and European Law has the following learning outcomes with regard to knowledge and understanding: a. A thorough knowledge and understanding of international and European law through a deepening of the knowledge acquired during the Bachelor s phase b. A thorough understanding of the coherence of the law, in particular international and European law, through a deepening of the understanding acquired during the Bachelor s phase. c. A thorough knowledge and understanding of the wider (international) context in which international and European law functions. B. Skills and attitude learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in International and European Law has the following learning outcomes with regard to skills and attitude: a. The ability to independently collect relevant facts, legislation, jurisprudence and literature related to a complex problem of international and European law, and to evaluate and apply them. b. The ability to conduct independent academic legal research in the field of international and European law and to make a societally relevant contribution to the development of the law. c. The ability to independently engage in academic discourse with colleagues regarding international and European law d. The ability to make a complex argument concerning international and European law understandable to a group of colleagues and the public orally and in writing. C. Professional and academic learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in International and European Law has the following professional and academic learning outcomes: a. Knowledge and understanding of the professional prospects. b. Understanding of the demands regarding independent study and the personal decision-making process which follow from the rapid and continuous development of positive law. 6. Law and ICT A. Knowledge and understanding learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Law and ICT has the following learning outcomes with regard to knowledge and understanding: a. A thorough knowledge and understanding of IT law or legal information science through a deepening of the knowledge acquired during the Bachelor s phase. b. A thorough understanding of the coherence of the law, in particular IT law or legal information science, through a deepening of the understanding acquired during the Bachelor s phase. c. An understanding of international and European influences on IT law or legal information science. B. Skills and attitude learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Law and ICT has the following learning outcomes with regard to skills and attitude: a. The ability to independently collect relevant facts, legislation, jurisprudence and literature related to a complex problem of IT law or legal information science, and to evaluate and apply them. 5

6 b. The ability to conduct independent academic legal research in the field of IT law or legal information science and to make a societally relevant contribution to the development of the law. c. The ability to independently engage in academic discourse with colleagues regarding IT law or legal information science. d. The ability to make a complex argument concerning IT law or legal information science understandable to a group of colleagues and the public orally and in writing. C. Professional and academic learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in Law and ICT has the following professional and academic learning outcomes: a. Knowledge and understanding of the professional prospects. b. Understanding of the demands regarding independent study and the personal decision-making process which follow from the rapid and continuous development of positive law. 7. European Law School A. Knowledge and understanding learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in European Law School has the following learning outcomes with regard to knowledge and understanding: a. A thorough knowledge and understanding of company law and private law within Dutch, German and/or French law and the legal systems of the United Kingdom through a deepening of the knowledge acquired during the Bachelor s phase. b. A thorough understanding of the coherence of the various legal systems, in particular company law and private law within Dutch, German and/or French law and the legal systems of the United Kingdom through a deepening of the understanding acquired during the Bachelor s phase. c. A thorough understanding of the influence that European law has on company law and private law within Dutch, German and/or French law and the legal systems of the United Kingdom through a deepening of the understanding acquired during the Bachelor s phase. B. Skills and attitude learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in European Law School has the following learning outcomes with regard to skills and attitude: a. The ability to independently collect, assess and apply relevant facts, legislation, jurisprudence and literature in order to solve a legal issue, also in an international context. b. The ability to conduct independent academic legal research in the field of company law and private law, also from a comparative perspective, and to make a societally relevant contribution to the development of the law. c. The ability to independently engage in academic discourse with colleagues regarding company law and private law, also from a comparative perspective. d. The ability to make a complex argument concerning company law and private law, also from a comparative perspective, understandable to a group of colleagues and the public orally and in writing. C. Professional and academic learning outcomes. The Master s degree programme in European Law School has the following professional and academic learning outcomes: a. Knowledge and understanding of the professional prospects. b. Understanding of the demands regarding independent study and the personal decision-making process which follow from the rapid and continuous development of positive law. 6

7 Article 4A More than one Master s degree 1. Students who, having gained a Master s degree at the Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen or any other Law faculty, wish to follow another Master s degree programme at the Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen must satisfy all the requirements of the curriculum of this Master s degree programme as referred to in the relevant article in the Teaching and Examination Regulations. Exemptions may be granted for compulsory components in the curriculum that have already been completed in the first Master s degree programme, with the exception of the Master s thesis. 2. In the event that a student can satisfy the requirements of the Teaching and Examination Regulations of the second (third, etc.) Master s degree programme by gaining fewer than 30 ECTS in new course units, this student must follow 30 ECTS in additional optional course units approved by the Board of Examiners. The thesis may be included in these 30 ECTS. 3. Subject to the provisions of Article 4A.2 and the Teaching and Examination Regulations of the relevant Master s degree programme, the optional course units in the second (third, etc.) Master s degree programme may include course units from the first Master s degree programme. 2 Structure of the degree programme Article 5 Student workload The degree programmes as referred to in Article 3.1 have a student workload of 60 ECTS, whereby 1 ECTS equals 28 hours of study. Article 5A Honours programme master s degree programme 1. A student can be invited to participate in an Honours programme which is being offered by the Honours College of the University of Groningen. 2. The Honours programme has a total study load of 15 ECTS. The Teaching and Examination Regulation of the Honours College is applicable to that programme. 3. The Honours programme is not part of the regular master s degree curriculum. The results and grades will not count towards awarding the judicium cum laude or summa cum laude of the master s degree programme. 4. The results of the Honours programme will be mentioned on the diploma supplement attached to the degree certificate of the master s degree programme which the student obtained. Article 6 Specializations and structure of the Master s degree programme in Dutch Law 1. The Master s degree programme in Dutch Law has the following specializations: A. The Master s degree programme in Dutch Law has the following specializations: a. Company Law b. Private Law c. Constitutional and Administrative Law d. Criminal Law and Criminology (legal / criminological variants) 2. The degree programme comprises the following course units with their student workloads: A. Company Law specialization a. Employment Contracts Law 7

8 b. Insolvency Law c. Competition law d. Company Law 1* e. Company Law 2 f. Optional Course(s)* g. Seminar Dutch Law h. Thesis Dutch Law 18 ECTS Total 60 ECTS * If Company Law 1 is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take 12 ECTS worth of optional courses. B. Private Law specialization a. Civil Procedural Law 2 b. Selected Topics in Property Law () c. Private International Law d. Company Law 1* e. Family Law* f. Selected Topics in Law of Obligations g. Optional course(s)* * ECTS h. Seminar Dutch Law i. Thesis Dutch Law 18 ECTS Total: 60 ECTS * If Company Law 1 is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take worth of optional courses. If Family Law is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, or if Family Law for Notarial Law students and Relationship Property Law are taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme Notarial Law, students need to take worth of optional courses. If Company Law 1 and Family Law (of instead of Family Law the course units Family Law for Notarial Law students and Relationship Property Law as part of the Bachelor s degree programme Notarial Law) are taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take 12 ECTS worth of optional courses. C. Constitutional and Administrative Law specialization a. Governance, Liability and Private Law b. Fundamental Rights c. Law of the Environment 1* d. Local Government Law* e. Constitutional and Administrative Law from a Community Perspective () f. Immigration Law or Social Security Law g. Optional course(s)* * ECTS h. Seminar Dutch Law i. Thesis Dutch Law 18 ECTS Total 60 ECTS * If Law of the Environment 1 is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take worth of optional courses. If Local Government Law is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take worth of optional courses. If Law of the Environment 1 and Local Government Law are taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take 12 ECTS worth of optional courses. D. Criminal Law and Criminology specialization 8

9 Legal variant: a. Introduction to Criminology* b. International and European Criminal Law c. Substantive Criminal Law d. Sanction Law* e. Criminal Procedure Law Coercive Remedies f. Criminal Procedure Law Legal Remedies g. Optional course(s)* * ECTS h. Seminar Dutch Law i. Thesis Dutch Law 18 ECTS Total 60 ECTS * If Introduction to Criminology is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take worth of optional courses. If Sanction Law is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take worth of optional courses. If Introduction to Criminology and Sanction Law are taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take 12 ECTS worth of optional courses. Criminological variant: a. General Criminology b. Introduction to Criminology* c. Youth Criminology d. Law and Reality in the Criminal Justice System e. Substantive Criminal Law f. Criminal Procedure Law Coercive Remedies g. Optional course(s)* * ECTS h. Seminar Dutch Law i. Criminal Law or Criminology Thesis 18 ECTS Total 60 ECTS * If Introduction to Criminology is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take worth of optional courses. 3. Only courses that are qualified as legal courses can be taken as optional courses. 4. All optional course units in the Optional course(s), whether taken within the Faculty or outside the Faculty at any university, must be approved by the Board of Examiners in advance. The Board of Examiners will also determine the number of ECTS that will be awarded and has the right to deduct ECTS if a course unit overlaps with another course unit in the degree programme. 5. Ocasys sets out the content and teaching methods of the compulsory course units of the various degree programmes in more detail, including the prior knowledge that students must or should preferably have in order to successfully undertake the course unit in question. 6. Any activities that contravene the provisions in Article 6.5, including participation in course units and examinations, will be considered not to have taken place. Article 7 Dutch Law with civiel effect for HBO transfer students 1. a. Students with a HBO degree in Law can follow the Master s degree programme in Dutch Law upon completion of the Pre-master programme programme in Law. b. Once a student has been admitted by the Faculty, he or she will be enrolled in the Premaster programme in Rechtsgeleerdheid. 9

10 c. After completing the Pre-master programme and the course unit Burgerlijk Recht 2 (Civil Law 2) a statement final admission to the master s degree programme through the department study advise should be produced as to complete the registration for the master Dutch Law. The regular entrance moments are applicable. It is required to also completed the course Staatsrecht 2 (Constitutional Law 2) for admission to the specialisation Constitutional and Administrative Law. 2. The Pre-master programme referred to in Article 7.1b comprises the following course units: a. Administrative Law 2 10 ECTS b. Criminal Law 2 5 ECTS c. Civil Procedural Law 1 5 ECTS d. European Law 10 ECTS e. Constitutional Law 1 5 ECTS f. Criminal Law 3 10 ECTS g. Business Law: theory and skills 5 ECTS h. Administrative Law 3 5 ECTS i. Civil Law 3 5 ECTS Total 60 ECTS 3. The Master s degree programme is a regular Master s degree programme in Dutch Law, with a workload of 60 ECTS and comprising the course units listed in Article 6 of these Teaching and Examination Regulations. Article 8 Structure of the degree programme in Notarial Law 1. The degree programme comprises the following course units with their student workloads: a. Agricultural Law, Estate Planning, Seminar: Selected Topics in Private International Law, Selected Topics in Law of Obligations 5/ b. Tax Law 2 c. Selected Topics in Property Law d. Private International Law e. Inheritance Law for Notarial Law Students 7 ECTS f. Optional course(s) 5/ g. Thesis Notarial Law 18 ECTS h. Seminar: Selected Topics in Notarial Law 2 Total 60 ECTS 2. All optional course units in the Optional course(s), whether taken within the Faculty or outside the Faculty at any university, must be approved by the Board of Examiners in advance. The Board of Examiners will also determine the number of ECTS that will be awarded and has the right to deduct ECTS if a course unit overlaps with another course unit in the degree programme. 3. Ocasys sets out the content and teaching methods of the compulsory course units of the various degree programmes in more detail, including the prior knowledge that students must or should preferably have in order to successfully undertake the course unit in question. 4. Any activities that contravene the provisions in Article 8.3, including participation in course units and examinations, will be considered not to have taken place. 10

11 Article 9 Structure of the degree programme in Tax Law 1. The degree programme comprises the following course units with their student workloads: A. Procedural Tax Law 2 3 ECTS B. Selected Topics in Property Law or Legal Entities, Partnerships C. International & European Tax Law D. Selected Topics in Company and Taxation 7 ECTS E. Corporate Finance F. Selected Topics in Private Individuals and Taxation G. Optional course(s) 5 ECTS H. Seminar Tax Law 3 ECTS I. Thesis Tax Law 18 ECTS Total 60 ECTS 2. All optional course units in the Optional course(s), whether taken within the Faculty or outside the Faculty at any university, must be approved by the Board of Examiners in advance. The Board of Examiners will also determine the number of ECTS that will be awarded and has the right to deduct ECTS if a course unit overlaps with another course unit in the degree programme. 3. Ocasys sets out the content and teaching methods of the compulsory course units of the various degree programmes in more detail, including the prior knowledge that students must or should preferably have in order to successfully undertake the course unit in question. 4. Any activities that contravene the provisions in Article 9.3, including participation in course units and examinations, will be considered not to have taken place. Article 9A Tax Law for HBO transfer students 1. A. Registered Tax advisors ( Register Belastingadviseurs ) or students with a HBO Bachelor s degree in Fiscale Economie [Economics of Taxation] or Fiscaal Recht en Economie [Tax Law and Economics] from Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen, HAN University of Applied Sciences or Saxion University of Applied Sciences gained no more than two years ago may be admitted to the Master s degree programme in Tax Law upon completion of the associated Pre-master programme in Tax Law. B. Once a student has been admitted by the Faculty, he or she will be enrolled in the Pre-master programme in Tax Law as referred to in Article 9A.2 A, B or C C. After completing the Pre-master programme a statement final admission to the master s degree programme through the department study advise should be produced as to complete the registration for the master Tax Law. The regular entrance moments are applicable. 2. A. The Pre-master programme in Tax Law for Registered Tax advisors ( Register Belastingadviseurs ) comprises the following course units: a. Turnover and Transfer Tax 10 ECTS b. Wage Tax 5 ECTS c. Civil Law 2 10ECTS d. Procedural Tax Law 1 5 ECTS e. European Law 10 ECTS f. Income Tax for RB/HBO pre-master students 5 ECTS g. Corporate Tax 10 ECTS h. Business Income 5 ECTS 11

12 Total 60 ECTS B. The Pre-master programme in Tax Law for graduates of HBO Fiscale Economie [Economics of Taxation] or Fiscaal Recht en Economie [Tax Law and Economics] at Hanze University of Applied Science Groningen or HAN University of Applied Sciences comprises the following course units (total 40 ECTS): a. Civil Law 2 10 ECTS b. European Law 10 ECTS c. Corporate Tax 10 ECTS d. Income Tax for RB/HBO pre-master students 5 ECTS e. Short thesis 5 ECTS Total 40 ECTS C. The Pre-master programme in Tax Law for graduates of HBO Fiscale Economie [Economics of Taxation]or Fiscaal Recht en Economie [Tax Law and Economics] at Saxion University of Applied Sciences comprises the following course units (total 45 ECTS): a. Civil Law 2 10 ECTS b. European Law 10 ECTS c. Corporate Tax 10 ECTS d. Income Tax for RB/HBO pre-master students 5 ECTS e. Corporate Tax 5 ECTS f. Short thesis 5 ECTS g. Total 45 ECTS Article 10 Structure of the degree programme in Law and Public Administration 1. The degree programme comprises the following course units with their student workloads: a. Policy Studies 2 b. Modern Public Management c. Governance Liability and Private Law d. Supervision and Enforcement e. Seminar Policy Analysis f. Specialisation: two optional courses of each (12 ECTS in total) out of one of the three specialisations mentioned below: Specialisation Public Governance: two optional courses of each (12 ECTS in total): Politicology Local Government Law Constitutional and Administrative Law from a Community Perspective Specialisation Social Security: two optional courses of each (12 ECTS in total): Social security law: international and comparative aspects Social security law Immigration Law Specialisation Law of the Environment: two optional courses of each (12 ECTS in total): Law of the Environment 1 Law of the Environment 2 12

13 European Environmental Law g. Master s thesis 18 ECTS 2. In deviation of the programme mentioned above, students who will start their programme in the second semester are allowed to participate in the seminar Legislation instead of the seminar Policy Analysis. 3. Ocasys sets out the content and teaching methods of the compulsory course units of the various degree programmes in more detail, including the prior knowledge that students must or should preferably have in order to successfully undertake the course unit in question. 4. Any activities that contravene the provisions in Article 10.3, including participation in course units and examinations, will be considered not to have taken place. 5. The Faculty Board may set further rules in the form of thesis regulations for the Thesis course unit. Article 10A Law and Public Administration for HBO transfer students 1. A. Graduates with a legal or social science bachelor s degree programme can be admitted to the Master Law and Public Administration upon completion of the associated Pre-master programme in Law and Public Administration. B. Once a student has been admitted by the Faculty, he or she will be enrolled in the Pre-master programme in Law and Public Administration. C. After completing the Pre-master programme a statement final admission to the master s degree programme through the department study advise should be produced as to complete the registration for the master Dutch Law. The regular entrance moments are applicable. a. A. The Pre-master programme in Law and Public Administration comprises the following course units: a. European Law 10 ECTS b. Administrative Law for non-lawyers 5 ECTS c. Administrative Law 2 10 ECTS d. Administrative Law 3 5 ECTS e. Private Law for non-lawyers 5 ECTS f. Constitutional Law 15 ECTS g. Constitutional Law 2 5 ECTS h. Organization and administration 10 ECTS i. Policy Analysis 5 ECTS j. Introduction to Political Science 5 ECTS k. Social Science Research Methods 10 ECTS l. Social Science Theory 5 ECTS m. Elementary Public Administration 5 ECTS B. The prospective student will be exempt from those subjects which he/she has already successfully passed an equivalent in his/her previous degree programme. C. The pre-master programme remaining after all possible exemptions have been granted cannot comprise of more than 60 ECTS. Should the required number of ECTS for the individual pre-master programme exceed a 60 ECTS workload, students are not admissible. 13

14 Article 11 Structure of the degree programme in International and European Law 1. The degree programme comprises the following course units with their student workloads: A. Two of the following European Law course units (12 ECTS) a. Competition Law b. European Environmental Law c. European Human Rights Law d. European Internal Market Law e. EU External Relations Law B. Two of the following International Law course units (12 ECTS) International Institutional Law* International Human Rights Law International Humanitarian Law International Trade Law The Law of International Peace and Security C. One of the following non-legal course units: Economics of Regulation Moral Dilemmas in International Relations D. Optional course(s) 2. In addition, the programme includes the following compulsory English-taught course units with their student workloads: A. One of the following Seminars Seminar Comparative Constitutional Law Seminar EU Constitutional Law and EU Institutional Law Seminar International Relations Seminar International Environmental Law B. Thesis International and European Law (legal, paying attention to interdisciplinary context) 18 ECTS Total 60 ECTS 3. Some of the course units listed in Articles 11.1 and 11.2are English-taught. 4. All optional course units in the Optional course(s), whether taken within the Faculty or outside the Faculty at any university, must be approved by the Board of Examiners in advance. The Board of Examiners will also determine the number of ECTS that will be awarded and has the right to deduct ECTS if a course unit overlaps with another course unit in the degree programme. 5. Ocasys sets out the content and teaching methods of the compulsory course units of the various degree programmes in more detail, including the prior knowledge that students must or should preferably have in order to successfully undertake the course unit in question. 6. Any activities that contravene the provisions in Article 11.5, including participation in course units and examinations, will be considered not to have taken place. Article 12 Structure of the degree programme in Law and ICT 1. The degree programme comprises the following course units with their student workloads: 14

15 a. Company Law and IT b. IT Fundamental Rights* c. Selected Topics in Information Technology Law d. Intellectual Property e. Private International Law f. Optional course(s)* g. Multidisciplinary Seminar h. Thesis Law and ICT 18 ECTS * If IT Fundamental Rights is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, students need to take 12 ECTS worth of optional courses. Total 60 ECTS 2. All optional course units in the Optional course(s), whether taken within the Faculty or outside the Faculty at any university, must be approved by the Board of Examiners in advance. The Board of Examiners will also determine the number of ECTS that will be awarded and has the right to deduct ECTS if a course unit overlaps with another course unit in the degree programme. 3. Ocasys sets out the content and teaching methods of the compulsory course units of the various degree programmes in more detail, including the prior knowledge that students must or should preferably have in order to successfully undertake the course unit in question. 4. Any activities that contravene the provisions in Article 12.3, including participation in course units and examinations, will be considered not to have taken place. Article 13 Structure of the degree programme in European Law School 1. The degree programme comprises the following course units with their student workloads: a. Employment Contracts Law or European Labour Law b. Mededingingsrecht or Competition Law c. Selected Topics in Law of Obligations or Selected Topics in Property Law or a similar course unit in Germany d. International Contracts Law e. Ondernemingsrecht 1 or Company Law* f. Corporate Law & Economics or a similar course unit in Germany g. Seminar European Law School** h. Thesis European Law School 18 ECTS * Students from Germany that have not participated in the course unit Inleiding Ondernemingsrecht Law in Europe are allowed to take the course unit Company Law instead of the course unit Ondernemingsrecht 1. **One of the following Seminars: - Seminar European Private Law or other seminar in the field of private law, European law or comparative law Total 60 ECTS 2. Some of the course units listed above are taught in English or German. 15

16 3. Some of the course units in this degree programme can be followed and the examination sat at the Law faculty of one of the partner universities within the framework of the European Law School degree programme. 4. All optional course units, whether taken within the Faculty or outside the Faculty at any university, must be approved by the Board of Examiners. The Board of Examiners will also determine the number of ECTS that will be awarded and has the right to deduct ECTS if a course unit overlaps with another course unit in the degree programme. 5. Ocasys sets out the content and teaching methods of the compulsory course units of the degree programme in more detail, including the prior knowledge that students must or should preferably have in order to successfully undertake the course unit in question. 6. Any activities that contravene the provisions in Article 13.5, including participation in course units and examinations, will be considered not to have taken place. Article 14 Optional course units 1. With the approval of the Board of Examiners, students may choose one or more course units with a total student workload that is at least equal to the difference between the student workload of the degree programme and the total student workload of the compulsory course units of the programme. 2. The Optional course(s) space may include: a. one or more optional course units; b. a short thesis (8 to 19 pages excl. footnotes), 3-7 ECTS; c. a Law in Practice course unit These include: o Belastingwinkel 7 ECTS o Bestuurlijke Pleitwedstrijden (Administrative Law Moot Courts) 4 ECTS o Bezoekgroep Norgerhaven (Visiting group Norgerhaven) 3 ECTS o Civielrechtelijke Pleitwedstrijden (Civil Law Moot Courts) 4 ECTS o European Law Moot Court o Fiscale Pleitwedstrijden (Tax Law Moot Courts) 4 ECTS o Groninger Masterclass Procederen in Arbeidszaken o Het Juridisch Spreekuur 9 ECTS o International Moot Competition (W.C. Vis) 9 ECTS o International Study project SGOR 4 ECTS o International Study project JFV 4 ECTS o International Moot Competitions (Cassin, Telders etc.) 9 ECTS o Kamerbewoneradviesbureau 9 ECTS o Kinder- en Jongerenrechtswinkel 9 ECTS o Masterclass Intellectuele Eigendom 4 ECTS o National Moot Competition of het Dutch Association for European Law 4 ECTS o Participation in Teimun 5 ECTS o Rechtswinkel Groningen 9 ECTS o Editorship Ars Aequi 7 ECTS o SOG-Rechtsbureau 7 ECTS o Internship, as arranged for in the Faculty Internship Regulations 7 ECTS 16

17 o Internship abroad 7 ECTS o Internships Washington/Brussel 14 ECTS o Students parliament o VAR Pleitwedstrijden (VAR Moot Courts) 4 ECTS 3. The Master s Optional course(s) must comprise course units at M4 or M5 level. See Ocasys for the course unit levels. If a course unit at M4 level is taken as part of the Bachelor s degree programme, this course unit cannot be part of a Master s degree programme. In exceptional cases the Board of Examiners can allow one or more course units of other Master s degree programmes at university level can be chosen. 4. A request for approval of optional course units must be submitted through Progresswww to the relevant section of the Board of Examiners by the student at least three months before he or she wishes to register for the course unit in question. 5. A decision to deny approval by the Board of Examiners will be supported by reasons. 6. The Board of Examiners will make its decision within six weeks of receipt of the request, except during University holidays. The Board of Examiners may postpone its decision for a maximum of fourteen days. The student must be notified of such a postponement before the end of the term referred to in the first sentence of this article. 7. The student will be informed of the decision without delay. 8. The predicate Master aangevuld met Rechtstheoretisch verdiepingstraject [Master s degree supplemented with Legal-Theoretical deepening programme] will be added to the Diploma Supplement accompanying the Master s degree certificate for students who: a. have completed the Introduction to the Philosophy of Law or Introduction to Legal Information Science or Thinking of Democracycourse unit (at B level, these do not count towards the Master s Optional course(s)); b. have gained at least 20 ECTS in the following course units: Anthropology of Law, One Law Fits All, Politicology, Legal reasoning (Philosophy of Law 1), Theory of Science, Seminar What goes around, comes around (M4 or M5 level); c. have added a legal-theoretical component to their thesis. Article 15 Seminars 1. The following course units as listed under Article 2 comprise a seminar in the stated form and the stated duration in Ocasys: a. Seminar Dutch Law b. Seminar Crime and Criminal Justice c. Selected Topics in Notarial Law Seminar 2 d. Seminar Tax Law e. Seminar Policy Analysis f. Seminar European Law School (as stated in Article 13.1 under g) g. Seminar International and European Law (as stated in Article 11.2 under A) h. Multidisciplinary Seminar 2. With regard to the course units listed in Article 15.1, successful participation in the relevant practical is considered to mean passing the examination. 3. The assessment of the course units listed in Article 15.1 will be expressed either by a mark or by a pass or fail grade. 4. Students must satisfy all the requirements set by the lecturer for the practical/seminar in order to be awarded a pass grade or sufficient final mark. In the event that a student, in the opinion of the lecturer, has not satisfied one of the requirements of the 17

18 practical/seminar, he or she will be awarded a fail grade or insufficient mark. All requirements that the student has satisfied will lapse at the end of the academic year. 5. The lecturer will assess as quickly as possible, and no later than twenty working days after the last practical/seminar meeting, whether the student has satisfied all the requirements that apply to the practical/seminar. 3 Examinations and final assessments of the degree programme Article 16 Board of Examiners and examiners 1. The Board of Examiners is the independent body that determines whether individual students have the knowledge, understanding and skills required to be awarded the degree. 2. The Faculty Board appoints the members of the Board of Examiners on the basis of their expertise in the field of the degree programme (or group of degree programmes) in question. 3. The Board of Examiners must comprise at least one member who is: a. a lecturer in the degree programme b. from outside the degree programme 4. Members of the Board or other people who have financial responsibilities within the institution may not be appointed as members of the Board of Examiners. 5. The Board of Examiners will appoint examiners to set examinations and determine the results. 6. The Board of Examiners will set out the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Examiners. Article 17 Assessment of internship or research project Assessment of an internship or research project will be performed by the lecturer appointed as examiner by the Board of Examiners. Article 18 Examination frequency and periods 1. Each academic year has five examination periods. At least two examination opportunities per year will be offered for the course units listed in Sections 2 and 3. The examination periods are organized as follows: a. an examination period following the teaching period of block 1 b. an examination period following the teaching period of block 2 c. an examination period following the teaching period of block 3 d. an examination period following the teaching period of block 4 2. The two examinations for a module referred to as the examination and the resit must be sat during the block within which the teaching for that subject was provided and/or in the adjacent block 3. The Board of Examiners may in urgent exceptional circumstances grant permission for examinations to be sat at other than the regular times. 4. The Board of Examiners may grant students who are unable to sit an exam due to committee activities permission to sit the exam at another time, to be determined in 18

19 consultation with the lecturer involved. The following student executives qualify for this regulation: a. members of the Faculty Board b. members of the Faculty Council c. members of the University Council d. members of the JFV board (a maximum of 6 people) e. members of representative bodies of public corporations. In addition and at the discretion of the Board of Examiners, student members of ad hoc committees and board members of Faculty student associations may also qualify for this provision if their contributions are equivalent in workload to the above-mentioned board memberships. Extra examinations are offered for no more than one course unit per semester and a maximum of two course units per year. Requests for qualification for these alternative examination regulations must be submitted to the Board of Examiners via the study advisor in good time, and in any case before the start of the examination period of the semester in which study delay is imminent. Article 19 Form of examinations 1. Examinations will be taken in the form stated in OCASYS. 2. At the student s request, the Board of Examiners may in urgent exceptional circumstances allow an examination to be taken in a form different from that stated above. 3. Students with a performance disability will be given the opportunity to take examinations in a form that will compensate as far as possible for their individual disability. If necessary, the Board of Examiners will seek expert advice in this matter. 4. The assessment of theses and participation in research projects, internships, seminars and other practical exercises is done by the examiners in a form stipulated by them. The assessment of a Master s thesis of 18 ECTS or more of which the topic has been registered by the thesis coordinator on or after 1 September 2011 need to be done by a minimum of two examiners based on the thesis regulations. 5. If according to the course unit description a course unit is assessed in the form of assignments and papers, students must participate in all components of the assessment, unless the examiner decides otherwise and this is stipulated in the course unit description. The results obtained by the student will be converted into a final mark for the course unit. The examiner determines the weighting factors of the various components. Students who fail to participate in one or more components of the assessment will be awarded a fail grade and all components that that student has participated in will lapse at the end of the academic year. 6. The Board of Examiners for the degree programme setting the examinations is authorized to assess the examinations, deal with any complaints and decide upon requests for alternative exam regulations. Course units taught by other degree programmes or faculties are the responsibility of the Board of Examinations of the degree programme in question. Article 20 Oral examinations 1. Unless the Board of Examiners decides otherwise, an oral examination may only be taken by one student at a time. 2. Oral examinations are taken in the presence of two lecturers. 19

20 Article 21 Marking of examinations and publication of marks 1. The examiner will determine the result of the examination. 2. The Faculty Examination Administration is responsible for posting the results of written examinations on the announcements board and via ProgRESS WWW. The Examination Administration will post the results according to the following deadlines: 1. No later than three weeks after the date of the examination for the course units: - Company Law 1 - Civil Procedural Law 2 - Insolvency Law 2. for all other course units: between the fourth and the ninth working day after the date of the examination (the days between 26 December and 1 January are not regarded as working days in this context). 3. Contrary to the provisions of Article 21.2, an examiner will decide the mark of an oral examination immediately and provide students with the relevant written confirmation. 4. Contrary to the provisions of Article 21.2, an examiner will decide the mark of an examination in the form of a paper within a reasonable period of time after the paper was submitted, in any case no longer than 20 working days. The examiner will provide the student with written confirmation of the exam result as soon as possible. 5. Subject to the provisions of Article 21.4, in the event of an examination taken in a form other than oral or written the Board of Examiners will determine in advance how and within which period of time the student will receive written confirmation of the exam result. 6. The written confirmation of the results of an examination listed in Article 21.2, 21.3 or 21.4 will inform the students of their right of inspection, as stipulated in Article 24.3, as well as of the possibility of an appeal to the Board of Appeal for Examinations. With regard to the results of written examinations within the meaning of Article 21.2, the results posted by the Examination Administration on the publications board are considered to be written confirmation as defined in Article of the WHW. Article 22 Resit in the event of a pass mark 1. No resit may be taken for an examination that has already been passed. 2. Contrary to the provisions of Article 22.1, a student may submit a written request for an examination which he/she has passed to be considered as not having been taken within three days after the publication of the examination results, unless it concerns a seminar examination. This regulation may be applied to a maximum of two examinations per academic year. 3. If a student has requested cancellation of an exam mark and the mark is raised during a postmortem to a result which the student would like to be considered valid after all, he or she can request the examiner to forward this result to the Faculty Examination Administration. The request for considering the examination as not having been taken will then be cancelled. Article 23 Validity Completed course units remain valid indefinitely. Article 24 Post-mortem 1. The answers to the questions for written examinations must be made available to students after the examination, no later than at the time stated in Article

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