Faculty of Law

Faculty of Law
Faculty of Law


​EBS Law School

EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht, Wiesbaden, Germany

EBS, the first German business university and one of the leading business schools in Germany, launched the new EBS Law School in Wiesbaden in 2011. EBS offers the first traditional university law degree program in Germany with a clear focus on business law. The degrees offered to students are the first examination in law (previously First State Examination), Bachelor of Laws (LLB), and Master of Arts in Business (MA).
  
Under the direction of the Dean of Law, Professor Dr. iur. Markus Ogorek, EBS Law School combines legal with business studies and aims to deliver research, teaching and executive education of high practical relevance, not only in the legal field but also at the intersection of business and law. It is still a small law school, but it has very ambitious goals and plans.

Queen’s Law students on exchange may enrol in legal courses in English offered to exchange students and in special legal electives, also offered in English. Queen’s students fluent in German may also enrol in courses offered in German.

EBS Law Term

EBS offers an intensive academic program in English from September to December each year. The programme consists of thirteen weeks of lectures, workshops, study trips and social activities. Participants benefit from the expertise of both the law and the economics faculty of the EBS University.

The EBS Law Term 2017 will focus on Transnational Commercial Law.  Courses will be taught by law professors and legal practitioners with a particular focus on transnational commercial law. The courses will be divided into required and elective courses.  

The program will include optional study trips and site visits to places of interest such as the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg or to other significant institutions in Strasbourg, France.  Such trips will include a guided tour of the respective court or institution and, where possible, a hearing. Further, the programme includes visits and social activities organised by EBS Law School International Students Ressort (ISR). This ressort consists of a group of regular EBS Law School students who are looking forward to welcoming the next group of EBS Law Term students.

Upon successful completion of the course program, participants will receive a Certificate stating the final grade, credits earned and the detailed course content including all contact hours.

Sessional Dates

  • First Semester: September to December
  • Second Semester: January to April

Full-time Course Load

Students on exchange at EBS in the fall or winter terms must successfully complete courses equivalent to at least 30 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credits, in order to obtain 15 transfer credits.