7 reasons to study for an LL.M. at the University of Luxembourg
- Practical and personalised instruction: Learn from the Faculty’s distinguished academic staff, but also from judges & legal practitioners from the Court of Justice of the European Union and the private practise. All done in small groups with a direct access to your teachers.
- Bilingual programmes: Sharpen your language skills to your professional advantage, as English and French are both the programmes’ working languages.
- European and Financial capital: Engage with the surrounding European institutions, such as the Court of Justice of EU, the EIB, etc. Study in one of the most important financial centers in Europe with increasing needs of highly qualified staff.
- Moot Court: Gain international recognition and practise by participating in world-renowned competitions.
- Study abroad & Internships: Be immersed in different legal systems, & cultures by studying a semester abroad in leading partner law schools in the US, China, Russia, India or Canada. Prepare for the job market with professional experience during your studies.
- Leading Research & Recognition: Share the success of the Faculty’s listing in the Financial Times Innovative Law Schools Report. Benefit from the excellent research environment as the Research Unit in Law gets top recognition in recent external evaluation.
- International faculty & student body: Make connections with highly qualified faculty & talented students from over 80 countries.
You will find our graduates working in European institutions, national governments, banking and finance institutions, as members of the judiciary or in law firms.
Structure of studies
1 year LL.M. option
Advanced law students are welcome at the University of Luxembourg and may enter directly into one of the six LL.M. specialisations. In the following pages you will find a brief description of each programme. Applicants should have completed successfully 4 years of law studies (Master / 240 ECTS), including courses relevant to the specialisation.
2 year LL.M. option
The first year is common to all LL.M. programmes. It offers a variety of courses in European, comparative and international law from which the students may choose in order to prepare for the requirements of the second year. During the second year each of the six specialisations provides an in-depth knowledge and practical training in the chosen field. Applicants should have completed successfully 3 years of law studies (Bachelor / 180 ECTS).
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Last updated December 13, 2016