International Business Law LL.M.
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Description de la formation
UNIL's postgraduate programme in law takes an interdisciplinary, comparative and practice oriented approach to business law, enabling young lawyers to face the legal challenges in today’s global business environment.
It prepares lawyers from around the world for the legal challenges in a globalised economy. Through the acquisition of knowledge and competence and the contact with international legal practice, the graduates of this programme will be prepared to become highly-skilled experts and decision-makers in an international environment – in international law firms, courts, multi-national enterprises, international organisations and academia.
The programme is divided into 60 ECTS Credits.
One Credit ECTS corresponds to 25 hours of workload.
Plan de la formation
The course proposes 5 specialisations (International Business Law and Innovation, International Business Law and Sports, International Business Disputes, International Business Transactions, and International Business Regulation) or a bespoke pick-and-choose programme in International Business Law which enables students to select courses according to their personal interests and needs. A variety of courses offered abroad complement the programme.
- Master of Law (MLaw) from a Swiss university or an equivalent university degree
- Bachelor of Law (BLaw) from a Swiss university or an equivalent university, and be able to demonstrate additional relevant training (minimum 60 ECTS credits), or relevant professional experience (minimum 12 months)
- Non-native speakers must demonstrate a sufficient proficiency in English
- Master of Advanced Studies MAS (incl. MBA, EMBA)
MAS in International Business Law LL.M.
Lieu / adresse
- Lausanne (VD)
Début des cours
September and February each year.
Durée de la formation
Coursework may be spread over 3-4 months with most courses taught in two to three-day blocks (3 credits); four to six-day blocks (6 credits); or, over one semester (13-14 weeks). Tests and exams are administered immediately after each course and students may write the LL.M. thesis in their home country under the remote supervision of one of our instructors
- À temps partiel
Renseignements / contact
Shaheeza Lalani, Executive Director - Tel. 021 692 27 90 / firstname.lastname@example.org