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  • Initial training
  • 4 years
  • Aix-en-Provence, Kent
  • Objective

    The "2+2" double degree is an excellent course in French law and English law offered by Aix-Marseille University (AMU) and the University of Kent. The course lasts for four years and allows students who have just passed their baccalaureate to complete the first two years of study at the Faculty of Law and Political Science, AMU in Aix-en-Provence and the following two years at Kent Law School, University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom.

    At the end of the course, students receive a double degree:

    • A Bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in International and European Law, awarded by AMU
    • An LLB ("Bachelor of Laws") awarded by theUniversity of Kent. Which is equivalent to a Master 1 in France.

    This double degree is highly valued on the job market as it allows students to embark on legal and judicial careers in either of the two countries.

    Finally, in order to perfect these studies in law and to have a complete and even more valuable training in the working world, the students can continue on a Master 2 in France or an LLM in England.

  • Training and research

    This double degree offers students :

    • The obtaining of two Master 1 type degrees, in only 4 years
    • A very good knowledge of French and English law acquired in the framework of two prestigious law schools of international renown
    • A mobilitý and a mastery of language skills in total immersion
    • The possibilitý, at the end of the study programme, to embark on judicial careers in both France and the UK; and increased employabilitý at national, European and international level.
  • Registration scheme

    • Enrolment at AMU during the 4 years of the programme (in Licence then in M1)
    • Registration at Kent during the n3 and N3 years of the programme (in LLB).
    • The registration/ tuition feeś are those in force at AMU for the first two years, then those in force at the Universitý of Kent for the following two years: https: //
  • How to apply


    • Hold a Baccalaureate with honours
    • Prove an excellent level of English (certification + bilingual interview)
    • Not to have started studying law


  • Skills to be acquired

    • Mastering French and Anglo-Saxon legal terminology
    • Handle French and European legal data
    • Build a legal argument
    • Qualify the problems submitted legally and use your theoretical knowledge to provide a practical solution
    • Master the reading of case law decisions of national and international jurisdictions
    • Position yourself in the national, international and European legal environment
    • Mobilize a general culture and apply it to the legal field
    • Communicate in writing and orally in a professional manner
    • Master the digital legal tools
  • Teachings

  • Internships and supervised projects

    Students can carry out internships outside of class periods (preferably in the summer), provided that they are approved and validated pedagogically.

  • Opportunities

    This bilingual and bi-juridical training is particularly well suited to the practice of international legal professions:

    • International law firms
    • International and European organizations
    • Legal departments of large private or public companies
    • Legal departments of large NGOs
    • Lobbying firms