- Initial training - Continuing education
- 2 years
The International and European Law major intends to introduce students to the methods of research and reasoning specific to international and European law. The challenge here is twofold: to strengthen the theoretical knowledge across the full spectrum of issues within the disciplinary set to provide a solid technical training to students wishing to acquire legal expertise in European or international law.
The objective is to provide students with a scientific capital and a general culture;The aim is to enable them to move as smoothly as possible in an environment characterised by increasing normative diversity and complexity. The training provided within the International Law and European Law degree aims to prepare students to enter the job market in good conditions.
- Initial training
- Continuing education : without timetable adjustment .
This course is open from the 1st year Master's degree.
Access is conditional on the submission of an application.
STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION
The teaching of Master 1 (common core 360h CM and 72 h TD) has been organised in order to allow students to freely choose one of the six typical courses proposed the following year. This is why all the compulsory subjects for students (with or without TD) are prerequisites for the standard courses. Concerning the transversal subjects, it appeared fundamental to offer students subjects related to international law and European law but proposed by other mentions. Similarly, in relation to the type courses, a particular effort of mutualisation of courses is made to maintain a certain coherence of the training.
KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED
The course provides in-depth knowledge of international law, European law and European Union law, as well as domestic and comparative law, in various fundamental fields of intervention by public and private persons: economic activities (competition, trade), environmental protection, energy, public institutions (states, international organisations), humanitarian actions, human rights.
The training ensures strong knowledge of legal issues and regimes as well as methodological skills enabling them to meet the common expectations of the various professional sectors in relation to international and European law
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
- Respecting and ensuring compliance with regulations (interpreting legal texts, providing legal advice to avoid or resolve disputes, monitoring regulations, drafting acts, agreements and contracts)
- . Apprehend the transversal nature of the problems (place European and international issues in their legal, economic, social, national and local context; develop transversal expertise:
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
The internship is the subject of a report and an oral presentation.
SUPPORT FOR YOUR STUDIES ABROAD
M1 students of the mention benefit from the possibility to pursue a semester in many European universities thanks to the Erasmus+ programme.
Depending on the type of course, the students of the mention can benefit from a mobility at the Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School (China) or at the University Glasgow University (United Kingdom), a double degree with the University of Ottawa (Canada) or a specific course (Noha Erasmus Mundus). They may be required to carry out their research at the University of the Western Cape (South Africa) or at the University of Laval (Canada).
The University of the Western Cape (South Africa)