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Master in European Business Law (LL.M.)


University of Luxembourg Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance

Full time & Part time September MA, LLM 2 years

About the course

The Master in European Business Law is among the most innovative Master programmes in EU law. It focuses on the Europeanisation of private law sectors, covering key issues and allowing students to understand how national legislation on private law will evolve in the future.

The first semester is devoted to deepening the understanding of European integration and the interaction between EU law and national legal systems, followed by classes on the areas of private law that have been deeply Europeanised (company, labour, intellectual property, and banking and financial law). The second semester is dedicated to legal areas where the influence of European law is indirect but vivid (contract and tort law, law of family and persons, and procedural law).

Students are trained to evaluate legal

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Entry Requirements

Students applying for the Master in European Business Law can enter directly into the second year of the Master programme (M2) with the goal of obtaining an LL.M. degree. This requires the successful completion of four years of studies amounting to 240 ECTS, typically by having obtained a Master degree in law or equivalent studies including courses in European law. Students will be admitted upon decision of an admissions committee.


Fees

200€ per semester

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Student Profile(s)

Robin Taillefer

“The LL.M. in European Private Law was a forma- tive academic experience. As a Canadian, with an academic background in a different legal tradition, the programme provided me with an opportunity to increase my knowledge of the EU legal framework, while ensuring that I did so through a distinctly Luxembourgish lens. The Master offered multilin- gual courses, a diverse student body, small class sizes and a group of internationally renowned professors. On top of that, leading practitioners from the field taught on the programme and an internship opportunity allowed me to gain a glimpse of the professional world and put the legal theory I had learned in the classroom into practice.”


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