Among the goals of the European Union Law programme at Carlos III University of Madrid, the capability of students to redact legal notes, claims or advisories as well as consultancy, team work skills and professional leadership skills within multicultural backgrounds are to be highlighted.
The Programme consists of 90 ECTS credits distributed among 3 trimesters. During the first year, consisting of 54 ECTs credits, students will undertake on-site classes relating to theoretical underpinnings of EU Law and, therefore, consolidating their academic profile with the analysis of legislation and most relevant case law. 70% of classes in this period are taught in English.
During the second year of the Programme, students will undertake an internship of 30 ECTS. Said internship will be supervised and evaluated by international law firms, legal departments of multinational corporations or European Union institutions.
Applicants must have a solid previous academic background in law, law and economics or political sciences. Vocation to the international legal practice and auditing on issues relating to European Union Law as well as awareness regarding European Union integration and the functioning of European Institutions at each stage of the decision making process is further demanded.
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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