An LLM or Master of Laws degree is an academic degree, often sought by students with undergraduate law degrees who are looking to educate themselves more thoroughly in one specific area of law study. LLM programs are research-oriented and typically last for one year.
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The main objective of the EU Masters is the training of qualified professionals in the European Administration and in the management of resources of the European Union. [+]
The Master's Degree in Law: Studies of the European Union (EU Master) has been taught at the Faculty of Law of this University since 1998. It was implanted as an academic master's degree-researcher in 2006, by virtue of the Decree of the Consellería de Educación of the Xunta de Galicia no. 51/2006, of 23 March. The students of the various promotions have completed their studies with a high level of specialization in European Union law, which has allowed some of them to make a professional leap to the international arena and to work today in the institutions of the Union European Union.
The main objective of the EU Masters is the training of qualified professionals in the European Administration and in the management of resources of the European Union. In this way, we want to respond to the growing demand of these professionals in the labor market, and particularly in the various administrations - local, regional, national and European Union - as well as in companies, and , In general, economic and legal actors who are called to operate in a single market and with a single currency, essentially governed by European Union law.... [-]