With a bachelors degree in European School of Law and Governance you can continue your master;s degree in EU law, you have thorough knowledge of European and international law and the differences between the national legal systems. You have an excellent command of one or more legal languages. You have the ability to think and act flexibly across European borders. Due to increasing internationalisation and the expansion of the European Union in the Western Balkans and Kosovo, there will be a growing demand for jurists trained in international law and particularly European law. After graduating, you can work in a legal environment, for example, as a lawyer, policy officer or legal adviser or you can even pass the bar exam and become an attorney at law with knowledge in EU law and work for either foreign investors or Kosovo companies who will export or do business with EU.