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Program description

The programme of LL.M. in European and International Business Law is an accredited master-level programme targeting professionals who already hold a degree in law. The programme provides highly specialized legal training in English. The objectives of the programme are to train experienced lawyers who would like to develop a greater competence in European and international business/commercial/economic law, to deepen their knowledge of the complex legal regulations of intra-and extra-European economic transaction and relations, and to train themselves in specialized legal English as a working language.

Preparatory year available: No

Specialisation year available: No

Entry requirements

Valid degree in law (minimum requirement: four-year BA law degree)
Proof of English language ability: TOEFL, IELTS, Pearson, Cambridge Proficiency

Entrance exam information

Entrance examination: Yes

Type of entrance exam: Oral and written

Entrance exam location: Electronic (Microsoft Teams)

Entrance exam description

The applicants send their written application material to the university. Based on its content the university selects the potential candidates. It is followed by a Microsoft Teams interview, where the Application Committee of the Faculty of Law checks the candidates legal preparedness and adequate language skills.

Contact person

Dr. Andrea Miklósné Zakar
Associate Professor

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Programme structure

This is a full-time programme of 60 ECTS credits. The programme offers 24 different courses focusing on various aspects of European and international business law. About half of all courses are optional with different varieties of specialization. Lecturers are renowned professionals of their field, both as academics and practitioners from law firms, judiciary and top-level international or domestic legal organizations. Visiting lecturers from a number of other countries are also incorporated in the programme. The programme is concluded with the defence of the master thesis and the completion of the final exam.

Besides classroom lectures and seminars, the possibility for valuable insights into relevant legal practice represents the other form of learning benefits for participants. In order to obtain professional experience and create a network of contacts, participants in the LLM programme will have the opportunity to engage in unpaid internships and take part in the operation of law firms with extensive European and international practice in legal matters.

In addition, students also have the opportunity to participate in the Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition in Vienna.

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