The Degree in Law (European Law and International Legal Profession Diploma) is a four year degree. In each academic year students are taught a selection of subjects from the Law syllabus (60 ECTS) and, also, a number of subjects, amounting to 30 credits, for the specialist Diploma. At least 12 of these 30 credits are obtained in
foreign languages (students choose two subjects from English, French and German), and the remaining 18 credits are obtained in subjects related to European Union Law and Politics.
Students choosing the Bilingual option must obtain 90 credits in subjects from the Law Degree taught in English, such as those related to European Union Law and Politics. In this way, the Bilingual Degree becomes a highly attractive International Program for student exchanges with European and American Universities.
Students of the Bilingual Degree must stay in an English-, French- or German-speaking University for one semester. This mobility may be carried out during the Degree or the Post-graduate period. In the latter case, the Diploma (bilingual option) will be obtained after completing the mobility.
Students of the European Law and International Legal Profession Diploma may enter any of the University’s post-graduate programs and are guaranteed access to any one of the following three Post-graduate courses:
1) University Master in European Law. This is a joint Program with an American or European University (pending approval).
2) Master in International Business Law (official).
3) Master in International Relations (official).