The Law degree from Catholic University of America is an internationally-recognized professional and academic postgraduate law degree. The CUA LL.M. can be obtained through courses taken in a four-week summer session in Krakow, Poland, a series of one and two-week courses offered in the following academic year, and a seven-week summer session at Catholic University in Washington, D.C.
American LL.M. Degree Requirements
In order to earn the LL.M. degree students must complete 22 credit hours in the three components of the program described below. Students pay a flat tuition rate in two installments, and they make take additional credits without additional charge. Courses shown below are representative of those that have been offered in the past. Some courses are repeated every year, while others vary from year to year.
- The International Business and Trade Summer Law Program in Krakow
Students must take at least six credits in this component, which normally means three courses, but some students take an additional class and earn more credits. All IBTSLP courses are mandatory except for Law of the European Union which is optional. The number of credits depends on the duration of the course (two week courses are one credit and the four week course on Comparative & International Trade is 2 credits)
- American Law Program in Krakow (ALP)
- Comparative & International Trade
- International Business Transactions
- Law of the European Union
- Global Issues in Intelectual Property
- International Investment Law
- The Impact of American Securities Law on Foreign Capital
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- In order to apply to the LL.M. Program, a Master of Laws or an equivalent first degree in law from a university outside the United States or Canada is required. Students may commence the LL.M. prior to completion of their magister degree. The LL.M. is conferred when the student has completed all LL.M. coursework and completed the magister.
- Proficiency in English needs to be demonstrated either by submission of a satisfactory TOEFL score or equivalent certification, e.g., Cambridge certificates, prior degree in an English-speaking program.
- Selection is based upon credentials submitted in the student’s application.
- Cover Page
- Essay One
- Essay Two
- Transcript of the academic record (grades)
- Diploma (if already received)
International11200 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 11200 USD per year during 24 months.
National11200 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 11200 USD per year during 24 months.
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