The international orientation of the Department of Law
The University of Bonn attaches particular importance to the international orientation of its degrees. The aim is to prepare students for an increasingly international job market and to offer them courses, especially in English but also in other languages, in order to promote a high level of language proficiency. The international orientation of the Law degree is reflected in the support it provides for stays abroad, particularly within the framework of the Erasmus programme, for a large number of international students and for the opportunity to take part in a wide range of foreign-language events. The range of services includes, amongst other things, a technical foreign language education in English (FFA programme) and the opportunity to participate in Moot Courts. In addition, the Department of Law currently maintains more than 60 partner universities in the world.
- A lecture of Juan-José Ganuza (Pompeu Fabra University) as part of the ECONtribute Law and Econ Workshop takes place on December 3rd, 2019 at 6 pm (st) in Room 0.017.
- A lecture of Menusch Khadjavi (University of Kiel) as part of the ECONtribute Law and Econ Workshop takes place on January 14th, 2019 at 6 pm (st) in Room 0.017.
- On January 16th, 2020, a lecture by Ryan Citlau, J.D. will take place as part of the Lecture Series on "Make America Roman again? The US Constitution and the Roman Republic" will take place at 6 pm (st) in Room Green, Adenauerallee 18-22.