Students of the LL.M Programme of European and International Law are required to take four modules of compulsory courses and one elective module, each of which contains several interrelated courses. For 2013/2014, the compulsory modules concern the topic of Public International Law and Human Rights, European Union Law, European Business Law and International Business Law, covering courses on Legal Foundations of Public International Law, European Human Rights Law, Competition Law, Insolvency Law, Litigation and Arbitration, CISG, WTO Law and so forth. At the end of the compulsory courses, Moot Court training is required in order to enhance students’ skills to practice law.
The elective modules will be arranged both by CESL at CUPL and other CESL partner universities in Europe.
For course materials, go toFaculty & Academics.
DownloadEuropean Union-consolidated versions of the Treaty on European Union and of the Treaty Establishing the European Community(PDF)
The historical information of the curriculum of Master of European and International Law (2008-2013) is availablehere.