The Master’s degree (M2*) in International Economic Law (MINTEC) aims at giving students a thorough knowledge of international economic legal issues.
The programme focuses mainly on the study of the World Trade Organisation, of the European Union in an economic perspective and of international economic development. The MINTEC also aims at providing students with some basic knowledge of international law, contracts and markets regulations. The syllabus also aims at giving international students the basics in French legal methodology and in French as a foreign language.
A study trip to Brussels will be organised in the frame of this programme. The students will have the opportunity to discover the European Institutions.
The MINTEC is composed of two semesters of mandatory courses.
Two tracks are available: the Research track and the Professional track.
According to the French grading system, the master’s degree is a national diploma recognised in the European Union countries and which is equivalent to a Legum Magister (LL.M.).
* In the French system, the master program is divided into two years : Master 1 (first-year of Master) and Master 2 (second-year of Master). It is possible to apply either for Master 1 or Master 2.
Dual degree Master 2/LLM with Stetson University (Florida)
This program mainly deals with international economic law and international law. The student will spend the entire academic year at Stetson University College of Law.
At Stetson University College of Law, the student must complete all the require courses to get the International Law LL.M.. As for the elective courses, they must be chosen with the consent of the University of Toulouse. All the exam modalities at Stetson University College of Law are handled by the host university. More information about the curriculum.
To get the Master 2 International and Economic Law, the student must either write and defend a master's thesis or write a internship report. This internship must be 2 months (or 308 hours) long.
Only a few students will be admitted for this dual degree program.
A 80 TOEFL IBT or 6.0 IELTS score or equivalent is required.
Tuition fees : 3000 euros
The admission committee will assess your application based on academic results, English proficiency, personal experiences (international and/or professional) and motivation.
IMPORTANT. Non European Union applicants : according to your country of origin and/or residence, you may have to follow a specific process with an earlier deadline. Get in touch with the Campus France office in your country.
If you are selected for this programme, the registration will take place at the university in September.
1st SEMESTER (from September to March)
Module 1 – European Organizations (39hrs – 10 ECTS)
European Union Construction (9hrs)
Litigation Strategy in a European Context (9hrs)
Single Market & Foreign Goods/Services and Foreigners (9hrs)
Selected Issues of EU Competition Law (12hrs)
Module 2 – International Trade Organisation (38hrs – 8 ECTS)
Regional Trade Agreements, comparative study (20hrs)
World Trade Organization (18hrs)
Module 3 – International Law (33hrs – 6 ECTS)
Current Issues of Public International Law (12hrs)
Current issues of private international law (21hrs)
Module 4 – Contracts and companies (27hrs – 5 ECTS)
Negotiations & Drafting of Contracts (6hrs)
International company law (9hrs)
Comparative contract law (12hrs)
Module 5 – International Investment and Finance (24hrs – 5 ECTS)
Module 6 – Regulation of Markets & Litigation (36hrs – 6 ECTS)
Evolution of State intervention (12hrs)
Law and Development (12hrs)
International Arbitration (12hrs)
Module 7 – Methodology / Language (28hrs – 1 ECTS)
English or French (25hrs)
Documentary Researches (3hrs) (optional)
2nd SEMESTER (from April to September)
Module 8 – Master's thesis (Research Track) or Internship (2 months minimum éq. 308hrs) + Report (Professional Track) (19 ECTS)
PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES :
Students that obtain the MINTEC have several legal job opportunities, and especially those in relation with international economic law. The programme provides them with the skills needed to hold positions in law firms, companies but also in public services, and international or European institutions.
Students opting for the Research Track can pursue academic research.
More Details: You may read the OFIP’s surveys about occupational integration of the graduate student.
The OFIP (Observatoire des Formations et de l’Insertion professionnelle) examines the academic and professional future of the alumni: continuation or resumption of studies, access to the labour market, after 30 months situation (work, studies, unemployment,…), occupation characteristics (sector, status, functions, professions, wages, geographical mobility,…).
Available on the UT1 website, tab “Orientation et insertion” or at the SUIO-IP.
This is a fast-track conversion course for graduates from unrelated disciplines who want to become chartered building surveyors. The course is also suitable if you are a professional working in a property or surveying role and want to improve your skills and career prospects in residential and commercial building surveying, property management and development or building control.
Building surveying is an expanding professional discipline involved with new development and the inspection, maintenance and refurbishment of existing buildings. The course includes practical laboratory and project work to improve your career prospects in the public and commercial sectors throughout the UK and overseas.
There is a focus on practical, client-focused property projects involving completion of technical and professional tasks and applying creative solutions that draw on your developing knowledge. You study • property law • economics • planning • land development • construction and refurbishment • building regulations and controls• building technology • surveying techniques
One of our key teaching resources is a University-owned Georgian terraced house. This is used for practical teaching sessions in pathology, structural principles along with dilapidations and condition surveys as the property has been adapted to open up its structure for inspection purposes. Industry professionals also use this resource for training purposes with the support of our teaching staff.
You also have the opportunity to use the latest high-tech non-destructive testing equipment including flexible endoscopes, borescopes and thermal imaging cameras for detecting heat loss – all of which you can use in practical projects and the dissertation module.
You benefit from a range of teaching, learning and assessment techniques. Intensive study weeks allow you to work on complex, professional briefs with other students in multi-disciplinary practice. One of the modules is an international project which has taken place in various locations including Istanbul, Shanghai and Toronto with assistance from international surveying firms.
The majority of teaching takes place within a newly refurbished, dedicated buildings at our City Campus. The course is fully supported by online resources that allow students to learn flexibly in addition to face-to-face teaching.
This course is designed to be adapted and updated, so that you are as fully prepared as possible for a successful career ahead. The postgraduate construction, building and surveying courses were first established with the MSc Property Appraisal and Management in 1991 with many of our former students now in senior positions throughout the profession.
Building surveyors are highly valued professionals who offer a variety of services across the whole of the built environment.
As well as gaining the skills and knowledge needed for professional accreditation (to become chartered), you gain knowledge essential for a successful career throughout the surveying profession, focusing on roles such as • residential and commercial building surveyor • property developer • building control officer • property manager.
Our graduates are found throughout the surveying profession from international surveying practices to sole traders in private practice. We welcome their continuing involvement with this course, from participation at our very successful employer fairs through to advising students during integrated projects.
All MSc degrees in the School of Computer Science at the University of St Andrews can be studied with English Language. Students study over three taught semesters and in addition to all the modules from their chosen Computer Science degree, they study modules in English for Academic Purposes and English for Computer Science 1 and 2.
Students with a degree in Computer Science or a related discipline, such as Information Systems or Engineering:
Students who do not necessarily have a Computer Science background but are able to demonstrate proficiency in programming:
Students who do not necessarily have any prior knowledge of Computer Science, IT, programming, or management:
The taught portion of the MSc programme includes eleven modules: three related to English Language and eight specific to Computer Science. Teaching methods include lectures, seminars, tutorials and practical classes. Most modules are assessed through practical coursework exercises and examinations. Class sizes typically range from 10 to 50 students.
All students are assigned an adviser who meets with them at the start of the year to discuss module choices and who is available to assist with any academic difficulties during the year. A designated member of staff provides close supervision for the MSc project and dissertation.
The modules in this programme have varying methods of delivery and assessment. For more details of each module, including weekly contact hours, teaching methods and assessment, please see the latest module catalogue which is for the 2016–2017 academic year; some elements may be subject to change for 2017 entry.
The closing date for applications is in November, please check our website for the most up-to-date information.