Description de la formation
The programme is divided into 60 ECTS Credits.
In order to acquire an area of special expertise, each student chooses among one of the following two specializations (12 ECTS each):
- International and European Economic Law / WTO Law
- International and European Commercial Law
In addition students chose freely a number of options (20 ECTS Credits) from the entire programme and have to write a Master Thesis (16 ECTS Credits) in their area of specialization.
This postgraduate programme aims at preparing lawyers from around the world for high-level challenges in a globalized economy with a special focus on the role of the European Union and its legal order.
Through the acquisition of knowledge and the training of respective competences, the graduates of this programme will be prepared to become highly-skilled experts and decision makers in international law firms, multinational enterprises, civil service, international organisations and academia.
The programme combines theory and practice in a number of core legal fields relevant for the world economy. It aims at providing students with the necessary skills to work in an international environment and communicate with their peers.
The programme is normally open to candidates holding a University diploma in law corresponding to a Swiss "MLaw" degree. Normally this corresponds to at least 4,5 years of study within the Bologna system and means that students hold both a Bachelor's degree (180 ECTS credits) and a Master's degree (90 ECTS credits).
Exceptionally, students who have obtained a University diploma in law corresponding to a Swiss "BLaw" degree immediately followed by at least one further year of studies and/or one year of relevant practical experience can be admitted.
In addition, the right to charge participants a constribution (of up to 10% of the tuition fee) for the cost of distributed reading material and the mandatory study trips to Geneva and Brussels.
Diplôme / examen
- Master of Advanced Studies MAS (incl. MBA, EMBA)
Master of Advanced Studies MAS in International and European Economic and Commercial Law LL.M.
Lieu / adresse
- Lausanne (VD)
Début des cours
September or February
Durée de la formation
One year (full- time)
Teaching takes usually place on two full days per week (Thursdays and Fridays)
- En emploi
- A temps partiel