Master 1 in International Economic Law
The Master’s degree (M1) in International Economic Law of the UNIVERSITY TOULOUSE 1 CAPITOLE, provided entirely at New York College in Greece, provides students the most up-to-date knowledge and understanding across a wide range of subjects in the pertinent field of International and European Economic Law.
Université Toulouse 1 Capitole is part of the historical University of Toulouse, which was founded in 1229 and is one of the first Universities established in Europe, and belongs in the complex of Université Fédérale Toulouse-Midi-Pyrénées, a worldwide renowned University complex. Established in 1970, the Faculty of Law of Université Toulouse 1 Capitole is the second most important University in France, along with Bordeaux and Paris, and one of the most reputed in Europe.
- Introduction to European Union Law
- International and European Criminal Law
- Fundamental Rights
- Private International Law
- Introduction to Legal Systems
- Public International Law
- Contract Law
- International and European Business Law
- Internal Market
- Fundamental International Economic Law
- International Public Dispute Resolution
- Law and Economics
- Company Law
- Intensive English
Students will be evaluated as follows:
- Simulation exercises
- Group assignments
- Written Exams
- Class participation
The duration of Master 1 in International Economic Law is one academic year (two semesters).
- A three-year degree in law is required, from domestic or international institutions, equivalent to 180 ECTS (European credits).
- Good command of the English language (equivalent to B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
- Good command of the French language will be taken into consideration.
Master 1 in International Economic Law provides its holders with a solid base of knowledge and skills in order to compete in the modern work environment setting, in positions related to international and European economic law. Graduates of the programme may find a placement in Law Firms, as well as in private and public Institutions and Organisations. They may also continue their postgraduate studies by applying for the Master 2 in International Economic Law which is also offered in collaboration with the Law School of the University of Toulouse.