Master 1 Droit International & Européen - droit des affaires - Campus Lille (parcours bilingue)

Program type
First Degree
Admission mode
Admission level
Bachelors Degree
Teaching method
Master's Degree
Teaching language
ECTS Credits
Hourly volume
600 h
2 semestres



pecialised in private business law, this LL.M. of International and European law trains bilingual lawyers in the issues relating to multinational companies.

This LL.M. Advanced in International and European Law focuses on a business law speciality, which is the competition faced by the companies on the national and international markets.

It may concern the transfer of capital, the mergers or the acquisitions”. It is also adapted to prepare the bar examination with a major in International business law

Main characteristics:

Language refresher courses in French and English (September)
More than 40 courses in law and 500 hours a year
Professors from the best European universities
Participation to Moot courts
Law Clinic
Possibility to prepare the French bar examination
Internship : 3 up to 6 months in an international company or an international institution

Continuation of study

LL.M in International and European Business Law (2nd year)

Teaching officer

Barrister/Solicitor, lawyer in multinational companies, legal councillor, lobbies, European or international institutions, High schools such as the College of Europe or the European University Institute …

Diplôme préparé et conditions d'obtention du diplôme

Master Droit, Économie, Gestion – mention Droit international et Droit européen

Diplôme reconnu par l’État en convention avec Toulouse 1 Capitole



Faculté de Droit Lille, Master 1 DIE Droit des Affaires (parcours bilingue), 2023-2024, S1


Admission condition

Licence de Droit ou autre diplôme équivalent - sur dossier.
Attestation des compétences linguistiques (niveau B2/C1 souhaité).

Annual cost

The Faculty of Law applies the principle whereby the student’s family situation and income are taken into account. By providing proof of financial difficulties, the student may be allowed to pay a reduced tuition rate.
It is also possible to register for social security and apply for State Grants.

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