LLMMaster of Laws in International Legal Studies

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      LLM

      About the Master’s degree

      Based on the Anglo-American tradition, an LLM (Master of Laws) is an internationally recognised postgraduate law degree designed to provide knowledge and expertise in a specialist area of law. While this new LLM focuses primarily on the area of international law, it also encourages interdisciplinary approaches.

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      ENGLISH

      Official Master's Degree in International Law taught entirely in English

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      Field experience abroad

      The course syllabus includes an intensive week in a European country

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      Overview

      This master's degree covers everything from Business Law to Human Rights

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      INTERNATIONAL

      International experience in law firms, international organisations, think tanks, NGOs, public bodies...

      • Campus:

        Bilbao Campus

      • Programme name:

        LLM

      • Duration/credits:

        1 year - 60 ECTS

      • Language

        English

      • Number of places

        40

      • Programme type

        On campus

      • Application process:

        2nd extraordinary admission: July 1 to 21

      • Faculty:

        Law
      • Share:

      LLM

      What do we offer you?

      LLM

      This master's degree is for you if...

      You have completed a Bachelor’s degree

      You are a graduate in Law, International Relations (or any field with international content), Political Science, Sociology or Economics and Business Studies.

       

      You are a professional looking to deepen your international legal knowledge and practical skills.

      You are committed to the promotion of human rights, social justice and a healthy environment, as well as to academic goals.

       

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      Collaboration

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      Collaboration

      This Master's degree has the collaboration of the Tirant Lo Blanch publishing group

      Personal and career development

      The creation of academic networks is a key strategic objective for the University of Deusto. That is why Deusto Law School is an active member of important networks such as the European Law Faculties Association (ELFA), the International Association of Jesuit Universities (IAJU), or the Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI), to name but a few.

      Upon completion of the LLM, participants will have the opportunity to start an international career in law firms, international organisations, corporations, NGOs, academia, think tanks or national public bodies dealing with gender equality, asylum seekers or anti-discrimination, among others.

      In first person

      Emilio Armaza's view

      The Faculty’s academic excellence, combined with practical training and a long-standing international vocation, offers Spanish and foreign students an unrivalled experience

      Emilio

      Armaza

      Professor of Criminal Law Director of the LLM
      Opinion masters LLM University of Deusto

      Only transnational teams can help develop the multicultural skills that are needed in the new trade schemes

      Pilar Canedo

      Canedo

      Professor of Private International Law Member of the Council of National Commission on Markets and Competition
      Opinión de Imanol Lekue

      "International training has provided me with very useful instruments to solve problems in multi-jurisdictional settings"

      Imanol

      Lekue

      Lawyer at the European Investment Bank Former student at Deusto Law School
      Opinión master LLM universidad de Deusto

      Studying European law is an essential contribution for any international legal practitioner

      Mikel

      Mancisidor

      Professor of Public International Law and Vice President of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, CESCR (United Nations)

      DEUSTO

      GRANTS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION

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      DEUSTO

      GRANTS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION

      If you are going to study at the University of Deusto, you can benefit from our grant aid. We will give you information about the eligibility criteria and the range of grants promoted by other organisations.

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