What makes Bucerius Law School so unique? To be honest, it's not our academic ranking or our well-designed curricula. It's not even our beautiful city, which we so love and adore... It's our people! Our staff, our faculty, and especially our students, make Bucerius Law School such a remarkable experience.
At Bucerius Law School, you will find a community of motivated peers who are all looking to make the most of their time here - and not just academically. Whether you are looking for someone with whom to explore the city, or to run a marathon, or to start a charity, you are very likely to find them - right here on our little campus.
There is a wealth of extracurricular activities to choose from for international students. Only a few clubs and teams require German language proficiency, such as mentoring a high school student or writing for the student newspaper.
Men's soccer | Women's soccer | Basketball | Foosball | Rowing | Sailing | Volleyball | Tennis | Cheerleading | Golf
Literary Society | Debate Club | Art Group | Theater Critique Group | Weekly Morning Prayer
Entrepreneurship Initiative | Hanseatic Consulting Club
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Sport's Law Group | Group for Medical, Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Law
Willem C. Vis Moot | Philip C. Jessup Moot | ICC Commercial Arbitration Competition | Oxford International Intellectual Property Law Moot
Acapella Group | Big Band | Choir | Marching Band | Orchestra | Rock & Pop Band
International Legal Fraternity Phi Delta Phi | Rotaract Club
Christian Democrats | Green Party | Liberal Party | Left Party | Young Social Democrats | Young European Federalists | United Nations Association of Germany | Diversity Group | Climare Awareness Group
Amnesty International | We.Inform | Model United Nations Society | UNICEF | Bucerius Law Clinic
Its modern facilities - complete with caferia, coffee lounge, gym, napping rooms and even a day care center - make Bucerius Law School a one-stop-shop for any international student.
This means you are free to enjoy what you really came here for: a successful and fulfilling study experience and an inspiring time abroad.
What are your study habits? Do you prefer to study during the day, or are most productive at night? Do you prefer to study at home, or do you crave the silence of the law school library to concentrate? Or do you like to study in groups? Bucerius Law School supports each student and their personal study rhythm by granting 24/7 acess to a variety of facilities.
The Hengeler Mueller Library is open exclusively for students of Bucerius Law School and provides a choice selection of books, online publications and databases. Its quality computer work stations, books scanners and wifi-enabled printers as well as 20 group study rooms are available to you 24/7.
Bucerius Law School is located in a truly prime location between Hamburg's downtown area and one of the city's largest recreational parks. It's easily accessible via public transportation and close to the city's main sites as well as its vibrant student and bar districts.