Master 1 International and European Law (Anglophone)

Establishement
Program type
First Degree
Admission mode
file
Admission level
Bachelors Degree
Higher Education Programme (3 years)
Teaching method
FR
Degree
Master's Degree
Teaching language
English
ECTS Credits
60.00
Hourly volume
600 h
Duration
2 semestres

Présentation

Presentation

The LL.M./Master 1 in international and European law is integrally taught in English to allow international students to specialise in transnational legal systems (European Union, international organisations, International Business Law …). The courses are divided between the « fundamentals » of international and European law and specialisation lectures introducing to the 2nd year master degree. Moreover the students learn how to do research in international and European law and are also prepared to participate in international moot courts competitions. Finally, linguistic courses in English or French are provided.

Specificities

100% in english

Continuation of study

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 …

Teaching officer
Aurélien RACCAH
Diplôme préparé et conditions d'obtention du diplôme

Master 1 Droit, Economie, Gestion
Mention Droit International et Droit Européen
Parcours type LL.M. in International and European Law / Anglophone

Diplôme en convention avec l'Université de Toulouse 1

Programme

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Faculté de Droit Lille, Master 1 International and European Law (anglophone), 2020-2021, S1

Admission

Admission condition

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

Admission modality

Pre-Registration forms are available for downloading on our website http://espaceadmission.univ-catholille.fr

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.

Informations non contractuelles et pouvant être soumises à modification