LL M. in International Business Law

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  • Intitulé du programme
    LL M. in International Business Law
  • mnémonique du programme
    FC-521
  • Programme organisé par
    • Centre de Formation continue en Sciences humaines et sociales
    • Faculté de Droit et de Criminologie
  • Type de titre
    formation continue
  • Accessible en reprise d'études
    oui
  • Langues d'enseignement
    anglais
  • Durée de la formation
    longue (plus de 15 jours)

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Informations générales

Type de titre

formation continue

Durée de la formation

longue (plus de 15 jours)

Langue(s) d'enseignement

anglais

Faculté(s) et université(s) organisatrice(s) Accessible en reprise d'études

oui

Présentation

The objective of the LL.M. is to offer a rigorous, coherent and comprehensive program that covers all the core subjects of international business law, with a strong emphasis on practical experience. More information can be found on www.brusselsllm.com.

Combination of lectures, seminars and tutorials. Small and interactive classes with emphasis on practical experience.

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Pré-requis

The LL.M. is open to students who hold (i) a primary law degree or (ii) a primary degree at University level in another subject with professional or other experience in law. Most admitted applicants hold a Master in Law.

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Programme

The LL.M. in International Business Law is a full-time advanced graduate program taught entirely in English. The program includes 8 core LL.M. courses, 1 optional course, and a LL.M. thesis. The LL.M. is structured on the European credit system. Each course (compulsory and elective) enables the students to earn 5 credits, for a total of 45 credits. The remaining 15 credits are earned by writing a Master’s thesis.

The 8 Core LL.M. Courses are reserved for the LL.M. students. They provide the primary course load, covering the main areas of international business law such as Litigation, Tax, Commercial Transactions, Company Law, Trade, Banking, Competition, IP. Students benefit from small class sizes, close relations with the ULB teaching staff and group camaraderie amongst the LL.M. students.

The 1 Optional Course may be selected from ULB Law Faculty courses or courses at the Institute of European Studies (in English or in French).

The LL.M. Thesisinvolves the preparation of a written work on a topic of international business law of the student’s own choosing, under the one-to-one supervision of a member of the teaching staff.