Bachelor of Laws Degrees in France

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LLM

A Bachelor of Laws, LLB, shows that an individual possesses a thorough understanding of the concepts of law and is able to practice it. It is the accreditation a graduate needs to attain a position in the field.  

An LLM (Master of Laws) is a postgraduate degree for students studying law. It is usually designed for law professionals and students who want to gain knowledge in a specialized law field such as international or tax law.

France is currently among the 20 best performing countries in terms of the economy due to their excellent results-oriented higher education learning. Most of the courses at universities are offered in the French language. France has 60 public and 100 private universities.

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European LL.B. in Law - Campus Paris

Lille Catholic University - Faculty of Law
Campus Full time 1 - 3 years September 2019 France Paris Lille + 1 more

The European LL.B in Paris is a trilingual bachelor degree programme which is divided in three part: French law (1/3) International & European Law in English (1/3) and Comparative Law in German or Spanish (1/3). [+]

LLB Programs in France 2019.

Accredited degree in cooperation with Toulouse capitole 1 University"Licence Droit, Economie, Gestion - mention Droit - parcours Européen multilingue et mulitculturel"

Training duration : 3-Year programmeTraining location : campus Paris

Prerequisites Holder or future holder of degree obtained within EU = Baccalauréat, A-Levels, VWO... B2 English level (European Language Levels) Objectives Study of French law Study of European, English and German or Spanish law, with courses taught by visitingprofessors from great European faculties in their mother tong. Study of fundamental subjects, guaranteeing access to a broad choice of careers (national andinternational). Study of comparative law. Improvement of legal methodology. Practice with legal clinics taught by lawyers (in English and Spanish or German). Advanced language courses and legal culture courses. Academics Law courses in English, French, German and Spanish. Courses taught by visiting professors or professors from around the world. International mobility : possibility to participate in a year-long exchange with the ERASMUS+ programme or as part of an international partnership. Individualised instruction with a professor for French law courses, seminars and methodology workshops. Jobs & careers / continuing education Pursue a master in international and European law or one of the master’s offered by the Faculty of Law. Become an international lawyer, magistrate or in-house legal advisor...in France or within a European Union member state. Preparation for European civil service exams. International internship opportunities. Professional development 8 weeks of mandatory internships over the three years of the program, of which 4 must be... [-]

European LL.B. in Law - Campus Lille

Lille Catholic University - Faculty of Law
Campus Full time 1 - 3 years September 2019 France Lille

The European LL.B in Law (Lille) is a bilingual bachelor degree programme for students who are interested in international careers. This Bachelor Degree programme is designed for Students Who have a very good level in English and a good understanding of German or Spanish. A third language is compulsory with a lot of choice like Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Spanish, German, Russian, Portuguese or Italian. [+]

European LL.B. in Law

Accredited degree in cooperation with Toulouse capitole 1 University"Licence Droit, Economie, Gestion - mention Droit - parcours Européen multilingue et mulitculturel"

Training duration : 3-Year programmeTraining location : campus Lille

Prerequisites Holder or future holder of degree obtained within EU = Baccalauréat, A-Levels, VWO... B2 English level (European Language Levels) Objectives Study of French law. Study of comparative law (United Kingdom, Germany, Spain). Mastery of fundamental subjects, guaranteeing access to a broad choice of careers. Introduction to continental legal systems (North America, South America, Asia, Africa, Russia). Academics Law courses in English, French, German and Spanish. Courses taught by visiting professors or professors from around the world. International mobility : possibility to participate in a year-long exchange with the ERASMUS+ programme or as part of an international partnership. Individualised instruction with a professor for French law courses, seminars and methodology workshops. Jobs & careers / continuing education Pursue a master in international and European law or one of the master’s offered by the Faculty of Law. Become an international lawyer, magistrate or in-house legal advisor...in France or within a European Union member state. Preparation for European civil service exams. International internship opportunities. Professional development 8 weeks of mandatory internships over the three years of the program, of which 4 must be abroad (in a company, law firm, institution orsummer program…) or in France within an international department. Meetings with legal practitioners. Individual assistance for planning professional and academic careers. Download the brochure [-]