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Descrição do programa
This LL.M. is one of the few programmes specifically designed for those attorneys who seek to develop a professional career in international business law.
The programme offers an innovative approach to transnational, Anglo-American and European business law. It covers a wide range of topics, such as contracts, project finance, commercial and investment arbitration, corporate law, securities regulation, EU internal market, and international tax law.
An intensive, advanced programme, directed specifically to those who seek an active and international professional practice of Business Law:
It exceeds the expectations and demands of both experienced lawyers, who want to deepen their skills and knowledge, and young associates seeking to enhance their opportunities in an international career;
It also provides an environment in which those who seek an academic career can hone their academic skills while specializing in specific areas of law.
A true international programme
Students come from a wide range of backgrounds and countries.
Our outstanding faculty includes prominent scholars from prestigious American and European universities and top lawyers from international law firms. Using interactive and innovative teaching methods, our faculty is able to utilize Católica’s extensive and modern resources to engage students in an exciting and meaningful way.
LL.M. Católica is one of the few LL.M. programmes in continental Europe that has been successful in bringing together top international academics and professionals from both Europe and the United States. LL.M. Católica is one of the finest and most respected LL.M. programmes in all of Europe.
Advanced LL.M in International Business Law is a one year programme, running from September to July.
The academic calendar is structured into three terms with classes generally held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday mornings.
Students must complete a total of 60 ECTS credits to meet the LL.M. degree requirements. This includes courses and seminars.
Students may choose to enrol in the programme on a part-time basis, extending the coursework over two academic years. This option allows busy professionals to set their own pace of study.