The rise of Asian economies has fuelled demand for legal services in the region, especially in terms of structuring cross-border deals as well as dealing with transnational disputes. The aim of this LLM programme is to expose students to a broad range of legal issues that businesses in Asia are likely to encounter so that they will be better prepared to advise on cross-border matters in the region.
Unique 60 ECTS Advanced Master programme in both international and European law, taught at a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence in Brussels, the heart of Europe. This demanding full-time programme offers an extensive alumni network of over 1200 lawyers of 108 nationalities and offers outstanding employability: 50 % of our alumni received a job within a month, 95 % within 6 months.
The international relations and the diplomacy acquired importance in our time as globalization and the power of the states change the economic, politic and geographic distribution. Therefore, the international organizations, governmental or non-governmentalhas increased the number of specialist in international relations.
The master in International Relations, Diplomacy and Protocol of Ostelea offers a program which allow the student to get the professional status and apply the theoric view into the practice rolls. It is designed to guarantee the specialization in the three disciplines with the final purpose to give the students a higher management capacity, adaptation and development through the public environment either governmental or non-governmental, as well as in the field of international business.
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.