Master of Law
|Organiser||University of Lausanne - Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration
|Degree awarded||Master of Law (MLaw)
One or two subject areas may be chosen: Business Law, Labour Law and Social Security, Public Law, International and Comparative Law, Private and Tax Law of Estates, Litigation Law, Legal Theory
|Final enrolment dates||It is possible for students to begin the degree course in either the autumn or the spring semester.
Autumn semester: 30 April
Spring semester: 30 November
Candidates needing a visa to study in Switzerland must apply for enrolment at least two months prior to the deadlines indicated above.
|Teaching Language||Courses are mainly taught in French. Recommended level: C1. A few specific courses are given in English or German. See the course content on the Faculty website.
|General presentation||The Master of Law seeks to broaden, develop and supplement knowledge acquired by students in the Bachelor’s degree. The Master of Law programme is designed to allow students to orient their studies according to their interests and professional ambitions. Students can therefore opt for a “general” Master’s, i.e. without subject area, freely compiling their programme from available Master’s courses, or combine their Master’s degree with one or two subject areas focusing on one or other of the following fields: Business Law, Labour Law and Social Security, Public Law, International and Comparative Law, Private and Tax Law of Estates, Litigation Law, Legal Theory.
As part of the Master’s degree, students also have the possibility of preparing for the doctorate by following certain specific courses.
|Timetables and course descriptions||Web site of the Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration|
Subject to changes.
The French version prevails.
Last update: 22.4.2013