European and Comparative Law - Part-time (LLM)

Malta

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The award
LLM

How long you will study
5 semester

Domestic course fees
EUR 400 per year

How you will study
part-time

Course starts
October

International course fees
EUR 10800 per total

All study options

About European and Comparative Law - Part-time at Faculty of Laws, University of Malta

The Master of Laws in European and Comparative Law was established within the Department of European and Comparative Law in the Faculty of Laws in 1994. It is in essence a taught course, with teaching based on guided research and teaching and the presentation of a paper by the student in a teacher-led seminar. The course includes an important dissertation component. The first aim remains that of providing postgraduate specialization in European Union Law and related comparative law to holders of a good first degree in law. The programme of studies ranges over a large list of subject areas which are sub-disciplines of European Law and often overlap with their counterpart domestic law, and from which the student chooses a number of study units. In principle, the comparative (national law) dimension is worked into most subjects, while also being the principal methodology employed in a number of study units. The level of the degree compares with the level of leading LL.M. programmes in other European universities, this being certified on an annual basis by an external examiner from a European university, with this appointment alternating every three years. The second aim is to prepare the successful students for a specialist career, whether in the European Union Institutions, in other international organizations, as advisors to government and other entities, or in private practice in Malta and abroad.

European Union law is an all-embracing, rapidly developing, and ever more significant and fascinating area of the law. A solid and in-depth knowledge thereof is essential in all areas of legal practice today. The programme provides an in-depth education in European Union law. It establishes a balance between the economic and the constitutional aspects of European law, and emphasizes both the increasing complexity of EU law and the context in which it is evolving.

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardLLMHow you will studyPart-timeHow long you will study5 semester
    Course startsOctoberDomestic course feesEUR 400 per yearInternational course feesEUR 10800 per total

Entry requirements

The Course shall be open to applicants in possession of one of the following qualifications:

(a) the degree of Doctor of Laws or

(b) a Bachelor degree in Law as the main area of study, obtained with at least Second Class Honours or Category II or

(c) a degree from the University of Malta or any recognised overseas institution which the Board considers to be comparable to any of the degrees indicated in paragraphs (a) and (b).

The admission requirements are applicable for courses commencing in October 2019.

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