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  • Initial training - Continuing education - Distance learning - Work-linked training
  • 2 years
  • Aix-en-Provence / Marseille Canebière
  • AIMS

    The Master in Business Law aims to train lawyers with an excellent knowledge of common business law, acquired in Master 1, and with a professionalizing specialization, acquired in Master 2. The specialisation offers 17 standard courses, all of which lead to careers in various sectors with high employment potential…

  • TARGETED STUDENTS

    The target audience is students with a law degree, or equivalent, as well as professionals, as part of their continuing education.

    The target audience is students with a law degree, or equivalent, as well as professionals, as part of their continuing education.

  • ADMISSION CONDITIONS

    This course is open from the 1st year Master's degree.

    Access is conditional on the submission of an application.

  • STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION

    In the first year (360 h CM and 72 h TD), the construction of the common base is based on compulsory subjects considered as fundamental (such as companies in difficulty, competition, consumption, company law). The optional subjects include private law and specialised subjects. The training deepens the use of digital tools applied to the fields of law and reinforces foreign languages and methodology.

    For students intending to follow the two courses in banking law, the teaching of Master 1 is arranged in a specific way. This M1 is delivered in apprenticeship.

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  • KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED

    In addition to the fundamental subjects of business law, which constitute the common core (specialised company law, law of companies in difficulty), students have the possibility to choose in M1 subjects which are at the heart of the teaching of their future Master 2.

    In M2, students can choose to specialise in the classic sectors of business law, such as company law, corporate law, corporate governance, corporate governance, corporate law, corporate law in difficulty, corporate law, corporate law of companies in difficulty, corporate law of companies in difficulty, corporate law of companies in difficulty, corporate law of companies in difficulty.

    In Master 2, students can choose to specialise in the classic sectors of business law, which are company law, intellectual property, international trade law, social law, maritime, land or air transport law;We also have experience in more innovative or original fields such as sports law, rural enterprise law, environmental and quality law, or insurance law., and Chinese business law.

  • PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED

    • Be able to analyse a situation and qualify it legally in the business field
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    • be able to search for relevant information and update it
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    • have a dialectical view of the situation
    • must master legal argumentation and problem solving
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    • make use of different digital media
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    • capacity to work in a team
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  • INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS

    In the first year, students can complete a professional internship In the second year, most courses require an internship, of at least 3 months duration.

  • FURTHER EDUCATION

    Students can continue their studies with a doctoral thesis, or with further training at a business school or even at a foreign university.

    They can also pursue a doctoral degree.

  • SUPPORT FOR YOUR LABOR MARKET INTEGRATION

    The setting up of a network of contacts between students and companies and of a file of contacts specialised by course (including the coordinates of the main partner companies). In addition, for its training courses, the Institute of Business Law has organised a network of active alumni.

  • SUPPORT FOR YOUR STUDIES ABROAD

    Possibility to spend a year abroad in one of the 24 partner universities in the framework of the Erasmus programme, in Master 1. Many courses are taught in English in Master 2. The Chinese Business Law track offers a course dedicated to China. The International Business Law track has an option dedicated to Japanese Business Law.

    The Universities of Renmin and Zhejiang (China), as well as the Oxford Centre for European and Comparative Law, are partners in the Business Law degree.

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Champ 1

Distribution competition

(double attachment to the Economics of Law field)
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International Business Law

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Sports law

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Economic law

(double attachment to the Economics of Law field)
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Corporate law and taxation

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Air transport law and management

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Rural business law

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Environmental and social governance of the company

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Corporate Engineering

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Chinese Business Law

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Banking procedures and professional markets

(double attachment to the Banking and Finance Law field)
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Intellectual property, digital and advanced technologies

(double attachment to Digital Law)
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Law and management of maritime activities

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Law and management of land transport

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Insurance law

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Banking and asset management law

(double attachment to the Banking and Finance Law field)
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Companies in difficulty

(double attachment Mention Administration and liquidation of companies in difficulty)
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