Bachelor's Degree in Law + Licence and Master 1 in Law

In four years you will be able to attain a degree in Law from the UAB and from a university in France (Tolosa de Llenguadoc or Paris). Not only will you master both legal ordinances, you will also learn how law is applied in both countries 

General information

  • Faculty of Law
  • Bellaterra Campus and Paris/Toulouse
  • Duration: 4 courses - 240 credits
  • Admission mark: 9,666
  • Language: Spanish and French.
  • Calendars
  • Learning mode: Classroom-based learning
La doble titulació de Dret+Droit a la UAB
The objective of the bachelor's degree in Law is to train jurists who are committed to society and are good professionals. To achieve this, students of this faculty have access to an important network of alliances with other national and international universities. UAB students with a good level of French also have the possibility of studying the first two years at the UAB and the remaining two at either the Panthéon-Assas University in Paris or the Toulouse 1 University Capitole. Upon completing their studies, students will receive a degree in Law from the UAB and a French licence en Droit and Master 1 en Droit.

This degree forms part of the Eurocampus programme, a macrocampus of Catalan, French and Balearic universities created by the Pyrenees–Mediterranean Euroregion, which aims to foster mobility among students, lecturers and researchers.

You will learn the legal systems of Spain and France and you will also discover, alongside students from both countries, how it is applied in practical cases, while also improving your language skills and learning how internationally to project your knowledge in law.

Career options

Once you complete this degree you will first of all be prepared to work as a lawyer or solicitor or in other professional tasks related to law. As a lawyer you have several options within the field: either working alone or with other lawyers, in consultancies, administrative offices, private companies, credit entities, insurance companies, etc.

Other legal sectors related to public administration tasks can include:

  • International organisations such as United Nations, European Council or other supranational entities such as the European Union.
  • Nationally you will be prepared to work in legal administration areas (for judges, prosecutors, general administration offices), foreign administration posts (diplomacy) or in other areas such as the public notary, property or business registries; solicitor's office, legal aid offices, or departments of inspection (finances, labour, etc.).
  • Legal aid services in local and national governmental offices.
  • Public administration posts in regional, state and international organisations.


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