Alternance

FULL LL.M. program

International exchanges and partnerships have revealed that, for various reasons, foreigners are interested in French and European Union Law. For both students and professionals knowledge of these legal fields could be crucial for a successful career. Yet a French Law Degree requires a good level in the French language.

For the first time UCP’s School of Law offers a unique national degree in French and European Union Law taught in English. It is aimed at graduates from non French jurisdictions and foreign professionals settled in France or doing business with French partners eager to acquire a strong background in French and European Union Law.

Applicants may undertake the two distinct semesters over a period of two different academic years. In addition, students who enrol and succeed in only the first semester will receive a University Certificate.

Classes and seminars are taught by academics and by practising lawyers or other professionals. The advantage of such an association is to offer students real contacts both inside the School of Law and among the legal community. Some seminars are taught by and within international firms based in Paris

To ensure quality, the Degree is selective and designed for law students who have a high level of legal studies and a very good level of the English language.

The LL.M. programme in French and European Law taught in English offer a major in Law and Business Ethics :

 

 

Read the LL.M. brochure here

Read the detailed presentation here

We recommend very strongly reading the detailed presentation before applying to our LL.M./Master program.

Dual LL.M. program

The dual LL.M./Master programme is an exciting new venture which brings together two dynamic and highly rated law schools of University of Cergy-Pontoise-France (UCP) and University of Dundee-Scotland (UoD).

Students spend the first semester at UCP and the second semester at UOD.

Students are taught through English by acknowledged experts and gain an in depth knowledge of a wide range of contemporary law subjects from both a common law and civil law perspective.

The programme is unique and offers two qualifications delivered in two semesters. It is aimed at graduates from non French jurisdictions and foreign professionals settled in France or doing business with French partners eager to acquire a strong background in common law and civil law.

Students enrolled on the dual qualifying LL.M./Master will graduate with an LL.M. in International Commercial Law from UOD and an LL.M. in French and European Union Law taught in English from UCP with two specializations: Business and Taxation Law or Law and Business Ethics.

Read the detailed presentation here

How to apply

Applications for 2012-2013 are open until May 30th, 2012.

Please find below all necessary procedures to apply to the Full LL.M. and the Dual LL.M. programmes.

We recommend very strongly the reading of the step by step guide for the Full and Dual LL.M. programs. It contains all useful information regarding visa, housing, administrative procedures. The School of Law can not be held responsible for students whom do not pay careful attention to the information and the steps contained in the guide.

Download the Application form 2012/2013 for the Full LL.M.

Download the Application form 2012/2013 for the Dual LL.M.

Download the Step by step Guide for the Full LL.M.

Download the Step by step Guide for the Dual LL.M.

Applications should be sent via email to the following addresses:

Selection procedure

The selection is competitive and based on an examination of the application form. Entry to the LL.M./Master is restricted to applicants with the requisite level of honours or equivalent grades, class ranks or transcripts. The level of English and the applicant’s motivations are important criterions.

The application files are examined on a rolling basis. The application Committee strives to make a decision within two to six weeks after a completed application is received. Consequently, the student who presents a strong application early in the review process has a better chance of admission. Students are encouraged to submit an application as soon as possible.

Students requiring a national degree equivalence are advised to anticipate deadlines and apply accordingly, at the earliest convenience.

Scholarships

  • LL.M. program scholarship

To encourage outstanding students to earn a specialization in French and European Union Law, the LL.M. program has initiated a scholarship program.

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  • Group TOTAL scholarships

Our LL.M. programs have been selected by the groupe for TOTAL scholarships

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  • UCP's merit based scholarships

UCP awards scholarships based on merit for postgraduate students enrolled in a resarch-orientedLLM./Master program.

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