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.
Two tracks are available: the Research track and the Professional track.
- Students opting for the Research track must write a dissertation. When the programme is successfully completed, students who have chosen this track may apply for a PhD.
- Students opting for the Professional track must do an internship (minimum 3 months) and write a report.
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.
Programme StructureCourses include:
- European Union Construction
- Litigation Strategy in a European Context
- Single Market & Foreign Goods/Services and Foreigners
- Selected Issues of EU Competition Law
- Regional Trade Agreements, comparative study
- World Trade Organization
- Current Issues of Public International Law
- Current issues of private international law
- Negotiations & Drafting of Contracts
- International company law
- Comparative contract law
- Evolution of State intervention
- Law and Development
- International Arbitration
- English or French
- Documentary Researches
- 12 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
The application period will be open from April 2nd, until May 14th
DisciplinesInternational Law View 13 other Masters in International Law in France
- A four-year degree in law is required, equivalent to 240 ECTS (European credits) and preferably specialised in international and european legal issues, but not exclusively. Other qualifications and area of study may be considered by the admission committee.
- A first professional experience in the field of economics, law or management is highly appreciated. Students must have an adequate command of the English language to enrol. An applicant's English proficiency level may be demonstrated by means of score reports of recognized exams, tests or certificates (equivalent to B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) or by study experience in a program taught in English.
International3000 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 3000 EUR per year and a duration of 12 months.
EU/EEA3000 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 3000 EUR per year and a duration of 12 months.
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