- UAB University Master's Degree
- Credits: 60 ECTS CREDITS
Beginning of the pre-enrolment period 13/01/2023
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- Places: 35 places
Price: €27.67 per credit (EU citizens and non-EU holding an EU residence permit). 2022/2023 Academic year.
€75 per credit (non-EU citizens who do not hold an EU residence permit). 2022/23 Academic year.
- Language: Spanish (100%)
- Mode: Classroom-based learning
Faculty of Law
Are you looking for an official and advanced postgraduate course to study the ins and outs of enterprise law? The Master's degree in Enterprise Law is guaranteed to broaden your knowledge and set you up for a long and successful career. Since 2009, we have provided outstanding teaching to graduates in Law and other degrees.
One of the main advantages it offers is its multidisciplinary vision of the legal framework governing business law. You will study innovative subjects from fields such as Company Law, Competition Law, Bankruptcy Law, Labour Law, Tax Law, Commercial Procedure, Economic Criminal Law, Arbitration and Commercial Mediation, Civil Law, Private International Law and Maritime Law.
It also offers students the chance to learn about emerging disciplines, essential for any modern lawyer, such as Commercial Legal Documentation, Public Speaking and Persuasive Communication, Negotiation Techniques, and Legal Research Methodology, culminating in a Master's dissertation.
The Master's degree holds numerous agreements with business and law firms, enabling students to carry out curricular work placements and become highly employable candidates for extracurricular work placements or jobs in the sector, which in many cases lead to high-level professional opportunities.
The Master's degree provides training in Spanish, EU and international law, and each year welcomes students from all over the world, thus enriching both their educational and personal experience.
Specialised legal guidance for the business sector and/or qualified research functions in commercial law, receivership law, commercial recruitment, business taxation, tax law, labour law, economic criminal law, civil responsibility law, consumer rights, e-recruitment, private international law, maritime businesses and companies, and other subjects within business law.