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The programme offers students a unique opportunity to explore the fast-growing field of European criminal law with a special emphasis on economic and financial criminal law.
The programme consists of six successive modules, providing students an in-depth view into several key aspects of European criminal law, comprising the following areas of European Criminal Law:
In the second semester, each student prepares a Master thesis and participates in an internship, through which he or she will have the opportunity to further expand his or her skills by applying the acquired knowledge to real-life
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Students applying for the Master in European Economic and Financial Criminal 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.
200€ / semester
"I discovered the LL.M. on the website of the University and as I practiced as a defence lawyer, I was interested in this particular LL.M. I wanted to broaden my knowledge of criminal law, particularly at European level.
Looking back on the year I spent pursuing the LL.M., there are a couple of things which I highly appreciated. First of all, I liked the way in which the courses were conducted. I appreciated the fact that we were stimulated to prepare for the classes. Furthermore, I enjoyed the setting of the University in Luxembourg City, its multicultural environment and the fact that the Court of Justice was so close.
After I completed the LL.M. I returned to Poland, where I am currently practicing again as a defence lawyer, in the field of criminal law. I regularly practice economic criminal law and I am often involved in examining compliance management systems and in making risk analyses of the criminal liability of managers and members of supervisory boards. I now feel better equipped to represent my clients at the highest level.
The two things, at least on a professional level, which I found most useful were the European approach to criminal law which we were taught and the knowledge of market abuse which I gained.”
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