Master in International Law (MIL) The English Master in International Law (MIL) combines education in international law with central aspects of economics and politics. Bringing together law, management and politics A wide range of subjects address important issues in international and European business law, in financial and capital market law, in dispute resolution, as well as in international organisations and their significance for states. Students can choose courses from related disciplines such as business administration and political science. They are also encouraged participate in international moot courts (fictitious legal proceedings) and other practically oriented events. The Law School also offers numerous exchange and partnership programmes to all students. As an interdisciplinary programme, the MIL puts the integrative approach that characterises the HSG into action in a particularly attractive way. Classes and examinations are in English. Students with diverse academic backgrounds The MIL is especially suitable as a Master’s degree course for students already holding a Bachelor’s and who are internationally orientated. MIL students need an undergraduate degree in law or law and economics or a degree in international affairs, business administration or economics. Basic legal knowledge is a prerequisite for this Master programme. Supplementary work may be required for students without a law degree. The specific and interdisciplinary nature of the MIL imply that the course is not aimed at the admittance to the Swiss bar, for that a general law Master’s degree would be necesseray . Those who envisage an international career after completing the MLaw or MLE consider the MIL as an attractive option for earning a dual degree. The MIL can also be combined with the CEMS Master’s programme in International Management.