This is the first master's degree programme in Spain, and one of the very few in Europe, to adopt a global perspective of law. The master's degree in European and Global Law offers the knowledge and training a global jurist and lawyer requires in the 21st century. It combines transnational, international, comparative, and global perspectives with a European emphasis, thus transcending the narrow, domestic views of the law that have been characteristic of many law studies for centuries. It also adopts a theoretical as well as a practical approach.
Taught in Barcelona, it is inspired by a cosmopolitan and global view with a European flavour.
The Master in European and Global Law is addressed to students with a special interest in international legal issues. It offers advanced legal education in various fields of European, international, and global law, and aspires to shape valuable professional profiles for lawyers, legal experts, consultants, and researchers. Most of our students come from very diverse countries and regions in Europe, America, Asia,… Such cosmopolitan environment is the academic springboard for future legal careers around the world.
Official university bachelor's or master's degree from the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) or equivalent foreign degree allowing access to a postgraduate degree in the country that issued the degree. Should the applicant have not finished yet their studies at the time of application, they will be asked to sign a statement certifying that they will have completed them before the start of the master degree program.
Qualifications can be in the following areas: Law, Labour Relations, Criminology, Political Sciences, Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Economics, Administration and Business Management, Philosophy, Sociology, or equivalents.
Academic transcript of the accredited official training with the average grade at the university of origin.
In case you would like to be exempted from accrediting any language because you are a native speaker or you have studied in that language, it is necessary for you to upload a brief letter justifying the reasons why you request to be exempted from this requirement.
A cover letter explaining the candidate’s international vocation for global law or comparative law.
Identity Card or Passport.
Two letters of recommendation.
Professional experience in any of the fields related to the master's programme.
In addition, the Departments' selection committee may decide to interview the candidate. >
The undergraduate degree/diploma and the academic transcript
If you have finished your Bachelor degree when you formalise your application, you will need to send us the following documents:
A photocopy of your undergraduate degree/diploma or Certification/proof of degree completion.
A photocopy of your official final undergraduate transcript.
However, if you have not yet completed your undergraduate studies when formalising application, you will need to provide us with the following documents:
A signed declaration of obtaining your degree before the commencement of the master's programme.
A photocopy of the provisional undergraduate transcript.
If the diploma or the academic transcript are not written in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Portuguese or Italian, you will also have to include the respective sworn translations into Catalan or Spanish.