University Master's Degree in Enterprise Law

Multidisciplinary and specialised training in areas of the law that are highly relevant for professionals working in the business law field

Admission Official Master's Degree in Enterprise Law


Access to this master's degree is open to holders of an official bachelor's degree from a Spanish university or from another higher education institution within or outside the European Higher Education Area, provided this gives access to postgraduate studies in the country of issue.

Admission requirements

Admission requirements are as follows:

A knowledge of Spanish at level B1 of the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is required in the case of students whose first language is not Spanish or who do not have a degree issued by a Spanish-speaking university.

The official qualifications currently needed for admission to this Master's degree are:
  • Bachelor's degree in Law.
  • Bachelor's degree in Economics.
  • Bachelor's degree in Business Management and Administration.
  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting and Finances.
  • Bachelor's degree in Business and Technology.
  • Bachelor's degree in Aeronautical Management
  • Bachelor's degree in Industrial Relations.
  • Bachelor's degree in Public Administration and Political Science.

The Master's degree in Business Law of the UAB, in order to promote maximum mobility between the different disciplines within social sciences and humanities, is also open to graduates in any other area of humanities and the Social Sciences, on the authorisation of the Master's coordinator.

Selection criteria

Should the number of applicants be higher than that of places on offer, these will be allocated according to the following criteria:

1st. Academic transcript, with special emphasis on subjects closely related to this master's degree (50%)
2nd Professional experience in the area covered by the university Master's degree in Business Law (20%).
3rd. Letter to the Master's coordinator explaining the reasons for choosing this course and the links between the candidate's research or research proposal and the course (10%).
4th. References from lecturers that go beyond a mere formal declaration of candidates' qualities, stating how they know the candidates and from what date, the candidates' work and its quality within the field of Law, Social Sciences or Humanities, their interests and the relevance of these, and their potential for pursuing doctoral research or exercising high-level responsibilities in the legal profession (10%).
5th. Certified level of English at B2 or above (5%).
6th. Research stays at universities or institutions related to the contents of the Master's degree (5%).

The Master's coordinator may require an interview, in person, by phone or online, if further information or clarification is needed.

Complementary training

Students with an official university degree in Law, Industrial Relations, Economics, Business Management and Administration, Accounting and Finances, Business and Technology or Aeronautical Management, do not need to take bridging courses.
Graduates in Humanities or Social Sciences subjects other than the above may be required by the Master's coordinator to take bridging courses up to a maximum of 18 ECTS.
The Master's coordinator, based on applicants' previous studies , will determine any bridging courses need to be taken from the following subjects within the Bachelor's degree programme in Law.
  • Commercial Law I (9 ECTS)
  • Commercial Law II (6 ECTS)
  • Labour and Social Security Law I (6 ECTS)
  • Labour and Social Security Law II (6 ECTS)
  • Finance Law and Tax Law I (6 ECTS)
  • Finance Law and Tax Law II (9 ECTS)