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LLM Program

Introduction

The Program Master of Laws (LLM) in International Legal Studies will not be offered for the course 2019/2020.
Please apologise for the inconvenience.

What is a Master of Laws?

 

A Master of Laws is a Postgraduate Program that allows to deepen your knowledge of law and provides students with a general or specialised legal education.

 

In the case of the Master of Laws (L.L.M.) in International Legal Studies of the University of Deusto, it is a Specialist Master’s degree in international legal issues. Students can choose the subjects on the the Master’s freely according to their preferences or following one of the two specialist tracks offered:

 

  • Transnational Law & Trade
  • Public International Law

Application and admission

  • Graduates from Spanish universities have access to part of the International Programme, Advanced Program in International Legal Studies (30 ECTS).
  • Applications from graduates in International Relations, Political Science, Sociology and Business Administration and Management will also be considered.
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Introduction

The Program Master of Laws (LLM) in International Legal Studies will not be offered for the course 2019/2020.
Please apologise for the inconvenience.

What is a Master of Laws?

 

A Master of Laws is a Postgraduate Program that allows to deepen your knowledge of law and provides students with a general or specialised legal education.

 

In the case of the Master of Laws (L.L.M.) in International Legal Studies of the University of Deusto, it is a Specialist Master’s degree in international legal issues. Students can choose the subjects on the the Master’s freely according to their preferences or following one of the two specialist tracks offered:

 

  • Transnational Law & Trade
  • Public International Law

Application and admission

  • Graduates from Spanish universities have access to part of the International Programme, Advanced Program in International Legal Studies (30 ECTS).
  • Applications from graduates in International Relations, Political Science, Sociology and Business Administration and Management will also be considered.
  •