We are pleased that you would like to study at Trier University. Below you will find all the information you need to apply - from admission requirements to application deadlines.
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In order to be fully qualified to practice law as a profession (lawyer, judge, public prosecutor), passing a state examination in law is required. Like the Bachelor's degree, the state examination represents an undergraduate degree.
- The application and admission procedure for the State Examination in Law corresponds to the application for undergraduate courses (Bachelor).
In a Bachelor's or Master's degree programme, one can combine the sub-discipline of public law as a minor subject with the major in political science.
- The application and admission procedure for the Bachelor of Public Law (minor subject) corresponds to the application for undergraduate programmes (Bachelor).
- The application and admission procedure for the Master of Public Law (minor subject) corresponds to the application for postgraduate studies (Master).
As an international applicant, if you have any further questions regarding application documents or the admission process, please contact the Admissions Office.
International applicants | ERASMUS, Exchange programme & Freemover
If you are participating as a student in an exchange programme (e.g. ERASMUS, ISEP, partner universities) and have been recommended by your home university to study at Trier University, you must first apply and receive admission to Trier University.
In order to study at Trier University as a short-term student (visiting student/freemover), you must apply and receive an admission from Trier University.