What will I learn?

Combine extensive knowledge of labour law with related areas such as employment relations, the labour market, and social policy, all from international and European perspectives. This combined skills-set is what modern professionals in employment relations need.

Program and courses

Combine the field of international labour law with courses in the fields of social policy, labour market, and human resources studies.

The program ensures that you get a thorough understanding of the individual and collective labour law systems governing the different markets.
Put theory into practice: an internship is part of the curriculum.
Taught by an international research team who are experts in their fields.

Typical courses are:

  • Labor Market Institutions and Employment Dynamics
  • International Labour Law and Globalisation
  • Organizational Change

Career prospects

As a Master of Laws in Labour Law and Employment Relations, you have a competitive edge in the job market for international labour law and HRM-related services. Potential employers are multinationals, NGO’s, labour unions, law and consultancy firms, and universities.

Which department am I in?

Tilburg Law School

Study options

Full Time (1 Year)

Tuition fees
€14,600.00 (US$ 17,472) per year
Start date

Expected August 2021

Venue

Tilburg University

Warandelaan 2,

TILBURG,

Noord-Brabant,

5037, Netherlands

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Other English Language Requirements: TOEFL with a minimum score of 575 (paper-based) / 233 (computer-based).

For international students

Before applying, please make sure that you meet the following admission requirements:

  • You have an academic Bachelor's degree in Law before the start of this Master's program, or;
  • You have an academic Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences (Sociology, Psychology, Organization Studies, Human Resource Studies) before the start of this Master’s program, or;
  • You have an academic Bachelor’s degree in a law related field (with a minimum of 90 ECTS in law courses).

English language proficiency:

You need to demonstrate proficiency in English by submitting the results of either:

  • TOEFL with a minimum score of 90 (internet-based) or 577 (paper-based).
  • Academic IELTS score with a minimum of 6.5 score overall and a minimum score of 6.0 on individual parts of the test.
  • Cambridge English test results: C1 advanced (formerly CAE) or C2 proficiency (formerly CPE). For both C1 and C2, we accept a score of A, B or C.
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