- PREREQUISITES FOR ENROLMENT - Bac + 3/Admission conditions
- LENGTH OF STUDIES- 1 year
- CITY -Lyon
- INTERNSHIPS -Yes Learn more
- COST AND FINANCIAL AID- Home-EuropeanEconomic Area Students: 6000 EUR / Non-EuropeanEconomic Area Students: 8 000 EUR
- ACCESSIBLE AS- Initial Training
- TEACHING LANGUAGES -English
- WHAT NEXT?
The Faculty of Law of UCLy's LL.M. program dedicated to European and International Trade and Investment Law.
The core courses of this new program cover the WTO agreements, the EU major external trade agreements and their interaction with the EU Single Market. Various courses are also dedicated to International Investment Treaties and the Trade Disputes settlement mechanisms.In an increasingly international legal market, UCLy offers the opportunity to our students to study in France, allowing them to gain valuable legal and language skills, as well as experience of other cultures thanks to the multinational dimension of our classes.
Study Program (60ECTS)
The program will be delivered through lectures, presentations and seminars during each semester.
First Semester (Lyon)
- Survey of International Trade Law
- The World Trade Organization : Structure, Operation and Agreements
- Trade in Services
- Trade and Intellectual Property Rights
- EU Customs Law
- International Investment Agreements
- EU Free Trade Agreements
Second Semester (Lyon)
- Trade Remedies (Anti-Dumping, Countervailing Duties and Safeguards) :
EU and US Practice
- EU Internal Market : Goods, Services, Establishment
- EU Public Procurements and International Trade Rules
- Resolution of Trade Disputes - WTO and FTAs
- International Trade Transactions
- International Taxation
Second Semester (St John, New York)
- Legal Writing (elective)
- International Business Transactions (elective)
- International Commercial Arbitration (elective)
- International Finance (elective)
- International Mitigation & Dispute Resolution (elective)
- Business Organization (elective)
- Securities Regulations (elective)
- Mergers and Acquisitions (elective)
- Transactions in Emerging Markets (elective)
French language courses can be taken for free at the university.
Classes meet 3 times a week for one hour and a half.