Next admission round:
Start of the program:
Level of entry:
Presentation: Masters in Contracts and Business Law
The objective of the Masters in Contracts and Business Law is to prepare law students with a Masters 1 or a Masters 2 for careers as business lawyers or as in-house legal experts within large international organisations. Course participants must hold a postgraduate diploma or a Masters.
The course provides a high-level legal education in the essential areas of private and public business law, which is enriched by an interdisciplinary approach encompassing finance, marketing and management.
Participants will also learn the professional skills which are indispensable for entering the workplace, such as writing skills.
A good command of English is an essential part of the Masters in Contracts and Business Law, so it is possible to take the course either in a bilingual format or entirely in English.
7 subject areas:
- Business contracts
- Understanding companies and corporate life
- Company mergers, acquisitions, and transfers
- Professional skills
- Building a career
From September to May + six-month work placement
Qualifications/expertise after completing the program
Business lawyer, in-house legal expert, business litigation
At least a postgraduate diploma (between Bachelors and Masters level) in Law
Assessment of application
For students who hold a postgraduate diploma: motivation interview + HEAD (or TOEIC/TOEFL) English test + law test (or TAGE MAGE)
For students who hold a Masters degree : motivation interview