International Business Law, LL.M.
Danube University Krems and University of Olomouc
The part-time program is suitable for working professionals abroad, who are not able to take time off professional or personal commitments for an entire academic year. About one-third of the LL.M. program is carried out online via blended learning while the other two-thirds are held at the Danube University Krems and the University of Olomouc. During the academic year, classes will meet a total of five weeks, seven days a week.
2 semesters (for lawyers), part-time through blended learning
In practice, issues of business law often have a cross-border dimension and are determined by international and EU law. As a result, profound knowledge of the international business law is essential for a successful career in transnational companies and law firms. The LL.M. program offers its participants a highly practice-oriented training and is oriented toward the legal know-how necessary in a globalized world. With this focused approach, the program provides a shortcut to becoming an internationally successful expert in business law for practice in the context of European, international and transcontinental economic law. Thanks to the unprecedented cooperation between the Austrian and the Czech university, the participants are not only trained in international and European law but also learn the respective characteristics of Austrian and Czech law on a comparative basis.
“The LL.M. program focuses on those areas that are of central importance for the day-to-day practice of international law firms and legal departments. It also deals with different legal systems and international dispute settlement mechanisms."
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Ratka, LL.M.
Head of the Department of Law and International Relations
Professor of European Law and Medical Law
”The LL.M. program positions its participants as experts at the interface between national and European law and opens up interesting opportunities in the legal sector, including in the CEE countries."
Univ.-Prof. Michal Malacka
University of Olomouc
Recent graduates (graduates of court practice, lawyers in training, PhD candidates); Individuals who are confronted with questions of business law in their professional life or who are striving for a legal career in a company.
Tutorial 1: (Blended Learning) EU Constitutional Law, Methodology (Research, Databases), Legal English & European Union Law
Module 1: (Olomouc) Basics of International Economic Law, History of European Integration, Internal Market & Case studies
Module 2: (Krems) Selected EU Policies, Data Protection and Internet Law, International Intellectual Property Law, Public Procurement Law
Tutorial 2: (Blended Learning) Legal English
Module 3: (Krems) International Corporate Law, Capital Markets Law, and Tax Law
Module 4: (Olomouc) International Civil Procedure Law, Private International Law, Lawyering in CEE (Excursion to Prague)
Module 5: (Olomouc) EU Foreign Trade Law, WTO, International Investment Arbitration, Anglo-American Business Law
Module 6: Seminar Master Thesis; Presentations
Completed University Degree in Law
Master of Laws (LL.M.)
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Last updated January 20, 2018