Master in Law – Call for applications


Under the framework of the Inter-University Cooperation project between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Lao People’s Democratic Republic, the University of Luxembourg and the National University of Laos are proud to announce the opening for applications to join our Master programme in Law during one year at the University of Luxembourg. The scholarship is open to graduates from the Faculty of Law and Political Science of the National University of Laos.

Year one – Master in Law at the University of Luxembourg

The University of Luxembourg offers six outstanding LL.M. specialisations including “European Union law and its litigation system”, “European Economic and Financial Criminal Law” and more. For more information, see:

The Master of Laws (LL.M. degree) provides opportunities for Law students to advance their specialisation and career in Law. All LL.M. programmes at the University of Luxembourg are oriented towards European law, with a common first year and a highly specialised second year.

The first year (M1) at the University of Luxembourg explores all six specialisations offered in the second year. It includes for example advanced classes on Institutional and Substantive EU law, International and transnational context, on International and European human rights protection. For more information, see:

Why study for a Master at the University of Luxembourg?

The University of Luxembourg offers a unique multilingual and multicultural approach, reflected in the international student body and faculty. All masters programmes are taught in English (and French), with opportunities for students to acquire professional language skills and a competitive advantage in a globalised working environment.

Small class sizes ensure practical and personalised teaching by distinguished academic staff of the Research Unit in Law, supported by judges, legal practitioners and other professionals from the field.

Students can take part in international moot court competitions to gain practical experience and recognition. Clinical teaching is integrated into some of the programmes.

Our scholarship

We are happy to offer a grant covering all expenses (travel, accommodation and per diem) to study for one year in the Master in Law programme at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) of the University of Luxembourg. The costs will be entirely supported by Inter-University Cooperation Project Laos-Luxembourg.

Our University will provide you a friendly and dynamic international academic environment at the heart of the Europe.

If the selected candidate is successful with the year one of the Master in Law, he/she will be able to apply for another one-year scholarship for the second year of the programme (M2).


We are looking for enthusiastic graduates (or graduating this academic year) from the Faculty of Law and Political Science of the National University of Laos.

Applicants must at least hold a bachelor law degree or with a strong component in law. Candidates should seek to pursue their career in law, for example through teaching or practice in the future.

There are no criteria in terms of age. Candidates will be selected based on merit.

Criteria will be in particular the excellency of their grades, interest for studying law, the quality of their application and their level of English proficiency (B2 recommended). French is an asset.

The University of Luxembourg will have full discretion in the selection and or rejection of the applications.


Applications must be written in English and should encompass:

– A CV with full contact details;

– A motivation letter.

Application Deadline: 22 of January 2023

Selected candidates will be contacted for a written test (short essay on a research topic) and if successful an interview in February 2023.

Applications must be sent to:

Ms. Paulina Baschton

and Mr. Patthanaphone Nammalath

Download our call for application: