The LLM Program in European and International Business Law is offered by the University of Vienna School of Law pursuant to § 56 of the Austrian University Act of 2002 (Universitätsgesetz 2002).
European and international business lawyer
The LLM Program in European and International Business Law is of special interest for persons who are affiliated with or plan to work for internationally operating business law firms or enterprises, government agencies, business lobbies, the institutions of the European Union or any other European and international organizations, and who need a comprehensive and practically oriented education in European and international business law for their professional environment.
Admission requirements are a first law degree/diploma (LLB, JD etc) or another degree/diploma of a program with a substantial legal education. Non-native speakers must prove their good knowledge of English (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS).
The LLM Program in European and International Business Law focuses on the European and international legal framework for internationally operating enterprises and the relevant economic governance issues in a European and international context. A special emphasis is put on the enterprises' legal position, when doing business in the European Internal Market and internationally. With this background, the LLM program offers a broad legal education in European and international business law. A strong emphasis is on European Union Business Law. Another strong emphasis is on Intellectual Property and New Technologies in a European and international legal context. All LLM students must complete 24 units (60 ECTS).
Master of Laws (LL.M.)
Language of Instruction:
Full-time: 2 semesters
Part-time: 4 semesters
Students can begin this LLM program in October or March.
October 2016 and March 2017
August 31 (for the LLM program start in October)
January 31 (for the LLM program start in March)
Applications are accepted throughout the year. Admissions are done on an on-going basis.
Please mail your application as a PDF document (one single
PDF file) by e-mail to email@example.com.
If your application should be accepted, please mail the original
application documents by regular mail to:
Dr. Maria Sturm
University of Vienna School of Law
Department of Commercial and Business Law
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