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An innovative post-graduate Master Programme in advanced European, international and transnational legal studies entirely in English.
A broad and multidisciplinary offer of courses allowing students to create a professionally oriented curriculum tailored to their areas of interest.
Students are expected to take 120 ECTS credits over two years.
The Master Programme offers a broad, advanced education on a wide range of subjects related to European and international law, the protection of fundamental rights in the framework of multilevel constitutionalism, including substantive EU law, comparative and global administrative law, transnational private law and dispute settlement.
Lectures and seminars held by academics and external experts are supplemented by innovative and interactive teaching activities. Students are offered the opportunity to participate in legal clinics and in international moot court competitions in the context of the Moot Courts Programme of the Law Department (Jessup Competition, Vis Moot, European Law Moot Court, Concours d’arbitrage international de Paris).
The Master Programme is designed to meet the needs of students aiming at careers in a global context requiring a specialized knowledge of European and international law and governance. Job opportunities include careers in international institutions and non-governmental organizations, in-house counseling, specialized journalism and research.
- Anti Discrimination Law
- Legal English
- Migration in Europe
- International Contracts
- Eu Mobility and Migration Law
- Transitional Justice
- EU Competition Law
- International and European Sales of Goods
- International Economics
- European and comparative administrative law
- International environmental law
- Paradigms of National and International Order
- History of European law
- Fundamental rights in Europe
- European Private Law II
- International Institutional Law
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Last updated January 15, 2019