Master en Droit et Contentieux de l’UE (LL.M.)


During the last semester of the programme, students will undertake an internship of at least two months.

Internships typically start in early March and must continue for a minimum of eight consecutive weeks. Beyond that, the internship’s supervisor and the student may certainly agree to extend the relationship.

A student’s performance in the internship will be evaluated by his or her individual internship supervisor (typically an employee or member of the entity at which the internship takes place).

In the past, the vast majority of students participated in an internship at the CJEU. It is highly recommended to apply directly for the position of trainee to the member of the Court from October.

With the support of the European Parliament, as of 2018 students also have the opportunity to complete their internship at the parliament’s legal department (for the paid positions applications need to be submitted prior to 15 October).

Other possible internships are at the EFTA Court, EU institutions and bodies, law firms specialised in European law, permanent representations to the European Union or at legal departments of companies or administrations.



Contact :

Nadège Meyer-Hamy
Internship Specialist