Droit Europen - LL.M. (acadmique)

 
Degree: Master
University: University of Luxembourg , Faculty: Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
City: Luxembourg , Country: Luxembourg
Discipline: Law
 
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  • Max Duration 12
  • Tuition fee € 200
  • Start Date of Studies February, September
  • Admission deadline SS: Application close; WS: July 30; Non EU: May 28
  • Programme Alternatives full-time
  • Educational Form taught
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

     

    The Master in European Law has been developed in partnership with leading academics and practitioners. The favourable staff-student ratio allows close contact with the faculty. Due to the long European tradition of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the proximity of several European institutions (the European Court of Justice, the Court of First Instance, the European Court of Auditors, the European Investment Bank, the European Investment Fund), the Faculty´s Master in European Law is strongly oriented toward European, transnational and comparative law.

    The Master offers three specialisations:

    • European Litigation
    • European Banking and Financial Law
    • European Criminal Law

    The Masters programme can be undertaken in one or two years. Teaching is organised in modules. These can be combined by the students of the first and/or second year of the Master at their own choice. Subject to certain basic rules on progression and topics, students may thus construct their own programme from the offered elements.

    Once accepted into a specialization, students will obtain the Master in European Law with the specialisation if she/he has combined the required amount of the modules for that specialisation. Students also have the opportunity to follow a non-specialised Master in European Law if they successfully obtain the equivalent of 60 ETCS amongst the offered Master-modules.

     

 
 
 

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