The objective of the Bachelor's Degree in Law is to train future jurists who will be committed to society and will become excellent professionals. To achieve this, students can count on a faculty with a considerable network of alliances with universities at home and abroad. Students at the UAB with a good level of French have the possibility of studying at the UAB for the first two years of their degree and the remaining two at the University of Paris II or the University of Toulouse I. Upon completion, students will have earned a bachelor's degree in Law by the UAB and a License en Droit and Master 1 en Droit.
These studies form part of the Eurocampus programme, a macro university campus for Catalonia, France and the Balearic Islands created by the Pyrenees-Mediterranean Euroregion with the aim of facilitating mobility for students, lecturers and researchers.
Coordinadora programa UAB - Universitat Paris II: Dra. Marta Franch i Dra. Mª José Rodriguez Puerta
Coordinadora programa UAB – Universitat de Toulouse: Dra. Mª José Rodriguez Puerta
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