Enrolment

Application deadline: 

February 2020 start: 3 November 2019

 

 

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Each application is evaluated on an individual basis by the admissions panel.

Applicants must ensure they meet Swiss student visa requirements if applicable.

 

 

 

Entry Academic Qualifications:

Candidates eligible for admission to the LL.M. must:

1. meet the admissions criteria set by UNIL,

2. and

a) hold a Master of Law (MLaw) from a Swiss university or an equivalent university degree, as determined by the Admissions Office on the basis of documents presented, or

b) hold a Bachelor of Law (BLaw) from a Swiss university or an equivalent university degree, as determined by the Admissions Office on the basis of documents presented, and meet one of the following, additional conditions, deemed sufficient by the  Program Directors:

i. they are able to demonstrate additional relevant training (minimum 60 ECTS credits), or

ii. they are able to demonstrate relevant professional experience (minimum 12 months)

 

Evidence of English language proficiency for non-native speakers:

Non-native speakers must demonstrate a sufficient proficiency in English through one of the following standardised tests:

TOEFL ibT: 100 points or above

TOEFL Paper: 600 points or above

IELTS: 7.0 or above

Cambridge CAE: A

Cambridge CPE: C or higher

 

Application material*:

- a letter of motivation
- a complete and up-to-date Curriculum Vitae

- two letters of recommendation
- a recent passport-sized photograph
- copies of all degree certificates and diplomas (Bachelor and/or Master’s level)
- copies of all university transcripts (Bachelor and/or Master’s level)
- official translations of all degree certificates, diplomas and transcripts that are not in French, German, English or Italian
- a copy of a government-issued photo identification document

- English language proficiency scores (if applicable)

- financial aid application (if applicable) **
- proof of payment of the 200 Swiss Franc administrative fee for the review of foreign documents (see Administrative Fee) Please note, no refunds can be made, even where applications are withdrawn or refused.

 

 

The requested documents can be submitted in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian.

** More information on scholarships and reductions

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