Advanced Master in European Law
The Advanced Master in European Law is a bilingual curriculum of 60 credits, organised by the Faculty of Law & Criminology under the IEE-ULB label.
The Advanced Master in European Law trains the experts of tomorrow. It develops 2 tracks looking at the latest developments in European law: Economic law and Area of Freedom, Security and Justice.
The programme integrates a research thesis, an internship, and participation in a moot court.
Advanced Master in European Law programme
The curriculum of this Master’s degree offers an interdisciplinary core, with the following courses:
- European constitutional law
- jurisdictional protection
- external relations law
- competition law
- internal market law
Students have the choice of following one of 2 tracks: Economic law and Area of Freedom, Security and Justice.
Finally, students will have to produce, at end of their studies in one of the following: A traditional research paper on an issue relating to European law; a career-oriented paper and an internship or they can choose to participate in a moot court competition (European Law Moot Court Competition or University of Lille II or another).
See the detailed programme for this Advanced master’s degree. Visit the Center for European Law’s website for more information.
This Advanced master’s has the ambitious goal of training tomorrow’s experts in European Law. It relies on a prestigious academic body, made up of high-level researchers, associated with the ULB but also other international universities (University Institute of Florence, HEC Paris, etc.) as well as renowned lawyer or members of European institutions such as the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Commission, among others.
The Advanced master’s in European Law provides access to very diverse functions.
- Judge at the Court of Justice of the European Union
- Law Clerk at the Court of Justice
- Official of a European, international or national institution
- Lawyer specialised in Union law
- Executive for an NGO or an interest group
- Professor or researcher in European law
The Advanced Master in European Law (LLM in EU law) is designed for students who wish to acquire a strong expertise in European Union law whilst benefiting from the exceptional geographical location of the ULB at Europe’s capital.
This Advanced master’s degree is reserved for holders of a University Master’s degree (graduate level). To learn more about the admission procedures, take a look at the specific page.
All your questions about this programme are answered here.