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International Programme

 

 

Global specialisation

A global specialisation

For Deusto’s outgoing students, mobility has been organised mostly for the first semester of the fourth year of study with a view to contributing to the acquisition of the competences envisaged in the curriculum.

Living and studying abroad will allow you to:

  • Learn foreign customs
  • Know other cultures
  • Develop language competences
  • Adapt to new situations
  • Enhance your knowledge
  • Acquire contrasts

And it will help you to:

  •  Grow as a person
  •  Pursue academic excellence

Ultimately,

  • It will make you become a world citizen
  • Who know no frontiers


At present, our faculty has more than 50 agreements with universities worldwide to provide our students with international training.

 

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Internationalisation is one of UD’s strategic aims. First, a strong international dimension in university training helps to enhance its quality. Then, students are prepared to adapt to an independent, global job market.


International mobility for internships

Students take part in the agreement signed with the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to undertake their internships in embassies abroad. In turn, the "Erasmus Internship" Programme offers the possibility of doing an internship abroad through the companies designated each academic year.
 

Specialist Diploma in International and Community Law

The Bachelor's degree in Law offers students from European or American universities the opportunity to obtain a Specialist Diploma in International and Community Law which includes a series of subjects. They may also earn a Specialist Diploma in Spanish Law.

ELFA-European Law Faculties Association

The UD Law Faculty is a member of the ELFA-European Law Faculties Association, founded in 1995 in Leuven, which now has over 200 European member faculties. Its key aim consists of coordinating Law studies reform in Europe and providing information and studies on this process via the European Journal of Legal Education. 

International Programme

 

 

Global specialisation

A global specialisation

For Deusto’s outgoing students, mobility has been organised mostly for the first semester of the fourth year of study with a view to contributing to the acquisition of the competences envisaged in the curriculum.

Living and studying abroad will allow you to:

  • Learn foreign customs
  • Know other cultures
  • Develop language competences
  • Adapt to new situations
  • Enhance your knowledge
  • Acquire contrasts

And it will help you to:

  •  Grow as a person
  •  Pursue academic excellence

Ultimately,

  • It will make you become a world citizen
  • Who know no frontiers


At present, our faculty has more than 50 agreements with universities worldwide to provide our students with international training.

 

Get more information
Hide information
+-

Internationalisation is one of UD’s strategic aims. First, a strong international dimension in university training helps to enhance its quality. Then, students are prepared to adapt to an independent, global job market.


International mobility for internships

Students take part in the agreement signed with the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to undertake their internships in embassies abroad. In turn, the "Erasmus Internship" Programme offers the possibility of doing an internship abroad through the companies designated each academic year.
 

Specialist Diploma in International and Community Law

The Bachelor's degree in Law offers students from European or American universities the opportunity to obtain a Specialist Diploma in International and Community Law which includes a series of subjects. They may also earn a Specialist Diploma in Spanish Law.

ELFA-European Law Faculties Association

The UD Law Faculty is a member of the ELFA-European Law Faculties Association, founded in 1995 in Leuven, which now has over 200 European member faculties. Its key aim consists of coordinating Law studies reform in Europe and providing information and studies on this process via the European Journal of Legal Education.