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Law + Specialism in ICT Law

Internacional programme

Global Status

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

Living and studying in another country enable students to:

  • Learn about new customs
  • Know different cultures
  • Develop language skills
  • Adapt to new situations
  • Enrich their knowledge
  • Compare different societies and ways of life

While they also:

  • Grow as persons
  • Strive for academic excellence

All in all, this opportunity can make students citizens of the world for whom no borders exist.

Our faculty how has over 50 agreements signed with universities to foster our students’ training in international environments.
 

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International student mobility

Studying in English ensures that students acquire the vocabulary and fluency needed
for their professional field. An increasing number of students are selecting these subjects.

Regulations on the Bachelor’s degree in Law mobility programme.

Further information about mobility programmes, terms and conditions.

Strategic aim

Internationalisation is one of the UD's strategic aims.

Firstly, emphasis on the international aspect during university studies improves the quality of education.

Secondly, it prepares students to adapt to today's interdependent global job market.

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Set within this framework of globalisation, training in Law has shifted from teaching based strictly on Spanish law to Compared, European, Transnational and even Global Law.

The UD Law Faculty began to internationalise in the 80s, coinciding with the creation of the Erasmus student exchange programme which has expanded to areas and objectives that go far beyond the original initiative.

International mobility for internships

Students take part in the agreement signed with the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs for internships at embassies abroad. The Erasmus Internship Programme offers the possibility of an internship anywhere in the world through the specific host firms indicated each academic year.
 

International content in english

Beyond student mobility, the Law Faculty sees internationalisation as a cross-cutting objective.

Therefore, the curricula include a large number of subjects taught in English (Public International Law, Private International Law, European Union Law, International Trade Law, Introduction to American Law, Bioethics and Law, The Political Dimension of the European Union).

The importance of fluency in English on today’s job market has led our Faculty to promote teaching international content in English. In this manner, students who can provide proof of the required level may study these subjects and others in English.

Specialist Diploma for foreign students

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.

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 main objective is to reform Law education in Europe and provide information and analysis through its webpage and the European Journal of Legal Education.

Internacional programme

Global Status

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

Living and studying in another country enable students to:

  • Learn about new customs
  • Know different cultures
  • Develop language skills
  • Adapt to new situations
  • Enrich their knowledge
  • Compare different societies and ways of life

While they also:

  • Grow as persons
  • Strive for academic excellence

All in all, this opportunity can make students citizens of the world for whom no borders exist.

Our faculty how has over 50 agreements signed with universities to foster our students’ training in international environments.
 

Get more information
Hide information
+-

International student mobility

Studying in English ensures that students acquire the vocabulary and fluency needed
for their professional field. An increasing number of students are selecting these subjects.

Regulations on the Bachelor’s degree in Law mobility programme.

Further information about mobility programmes, terms and conditions.

Strategic aim

Internationalisation is one of the UD's strategic aims.

Firstly, emphasis on the international aspect during university studies improves the quality of education.

Secondly, it prepares students to adapt to today's interdependent global job market.

Get more information
Hide information
+-

Set within this framework of globalisation, training in Law has shifted from teaching based strictly on Spanish law to Compared, European, Transnational and even Global Law.

The UD Law Faculty began to internationalise in the 80s, coinciding with the creation of the Erasmus student exchange programme which has expanded to areas and objectives that go far beyond the original initiative.

International mobility for internships

Students take part in the agreement signed with the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs for internships at embassies abroad. The Erasmus Internship Programme offers the possibility of an internship anywhere in the world through the specific host firms indicated each academic year.
 

International content in english

Beyond student mobility, the Law Faculty sees internationalisation as a cross-cutting objective.

Therefore, the curricula include a large number of subjects taught in English (Public International Law, Private International Law, European Union Law, International Trade Law, Introduction to American Law, Bioethics and Law, The Political Dimension of the European Union).

The importance of fluency in English on today’s job market has led our Faculty to promote teaching international content in English. In this manner, students who can provide proof of the required level may study these subjects and others in English.

Specialist Diploma for foreign students

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.

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 main objective is to reform Law education in Europe and provide information and analysis through its webpage and the European Journal of Legal Education.