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Business Law

Programme

InformaciónClave
Course duration 9 months, from October to June
Defense of the MFP September
ECTS credits 60 ETCS 
Type of programme full time, taught sessions
Number of places 35 
Language Spanish
Prácticas 6 ETCS
Degree programme Master's degree in Business Law
Course venue University of Deusto, Bilbao campus
Faculty Law Faculty

 

Master’s Final Project

  • Students are required to have a minimum mark of 5 in all the other subjects to defend their Master’s Final Project before the examining board.
  • The Master’s Final Project is a key part of the teaching and learning process.
  • This individual work requires that students apply legal methodology to one or more aspects from the field of Business Law, including solving a hypothetical case.

The project´s main stages:

1. Comprehension of the legal problems posed in the hypothetical case.
2. Search for all the types of material needed to solve it (doctrine, case law, etc.).
3. Write out the paper.
4. Public defence of the arguments.  

  • Students’ marks are determined by the objectives met in the different competences included in the assessment.
  • The final mark is a numerical grade on a scale of 0 to 10. A mark of 5 is required to pass a subject.
  • The Master’s Final Project is to be written individually and will be evaluated by an examining board formed by practising professionals. The board will assess students’ work according to the following criteria:

    • Solution of controversial issues, making use of legal resources with different approaches
    • Depth of the analysis
    • Results and conclusions
    • Maturity of judgement
    • Sources used
    • Presentation of the written work: style, bibliography, etc.
    • Oral defence         

Students will defend their work orally in public, in compliance with the stipulated time limits and procedures. The main points of this monographic paper are to be defended before an examining board, which will assess the following:

  • Solution of controversial issues, making use of legal resources with different approaches
  • Depth of the analysis
  • Communication capacity
  • Conclusions

 

Programme

InformaciónClave
Course duration 9 months, from October to June
Defense of the MFP September
ECTS credits 60 ETCS 
Type of programme full time, taught sessions
Number of places 35 
Language Spanish
Prácticas 6 ETCS
Degree programme Master's degree in Business Law
Course venue University of Deusto, Bilbao campus
Faculty Law Faculty

 

Master’s Final Project

  • Students are required to have a minimum mark of 5 in all the other subjects to defend their Master’s Final Project before the examining board.
  • The Master’s Final Project is a key part of the teaching and learning process.
  • This individual work requires that students apply legal methodology to one or more aspects from the field of Business Law, including solving a hypothetical case.

The project´s main stages:

1. Comprehension of the legal problems posed in the hypothetical case.
2. Search for all the types of material needed to solve it (doctrine, case law, etc.).
3. Write out the paper.
4. Public defence of the arguments.  

  • Students’ marks are determined by the objectives met in the different competences included in the assessment.
  • The final mark is a numerical grade on a scale of 0 to 10. A mark of 5 is required to pass a subject.
  • The Master’s Final Project is to be written individually and will be evaluated by an examining board formed by practising professionals. The board will assess students’ work according to the following criteria:

    • Solution of controversial issues, making use of legal resources with different approaches
    • Depth of the analysis
    • Results and conclusions
    • Maturity of judgement
    • Sources used
    • Presentation of the written work: style, bibliography, etc.
    • Oral defence         

Students will defend their work orally in public, in compliance with the stipulated time limits and procedures. The main points of this monographic paper are to be defended before an examining board, which will assess the following:

  • Solution of controversial issues, making use of legal resources with different approaches
  • Depth of the analysis
  • Communication capacity
  • Conclusions