> LANGUAGE: Spanish and English
> DURATION: 1 academic year full time, 2 academic years part time (60 ECTS credits)
> CALENDAR: From September to June
> TIMETABLE: Afternoons (principally, from 16.00 to 20.00. 10 hours a week, approx). The final research paper may be submitted until September
> TUITION FEE: Students UE: € 3,420 | Non UE students: € 4.639,8
> PLACES: 60
> COURSE TYPES: Academic
> DOCTORAL STUDIES TO WHICH IT GRANTS ACCESS: Phd in Law
> LOCATION: Ciutadella campus
> MASTER'S PROGRAMME SECRETARY'S OFFICE: email@example.com
> ORGANIZATION : Department of Law
The Advanced Master in Legal Sciences is an academic master's programme designed to provide an introduction to research and in-depth professional training in each of the main legal disciplines. It is also a general master's programme in law, featuring cross-disciplinary content from all major legal disciplines approached from a highly international comparative perspective.One of the programme's main draws is the fact that all subjects are optional (the only compulsory subject is the master's degree final project). Students can thus freely choose and design their academic track. All students on the programme, who come from a wide range of countries, have the chance to participate in world-class research activities organized by the Department of Law or any of its specific areas.
The Advanced Master in Legal Sciences has a clear international and global focus. Its content has been adapted to be attractive and interesting for a diverse, international public, and it has forged an extensive network of strategic relations with other international master's programmes, in both Europe and the Americas. Among other things, as a result of this network, the master's programme participates in the CIEL project, which brings together six top-ranking European universities to offer a joint certificate in Comparative International and European Law. The other five participating universities are: University College Dublin (Ireland), Maastricht University (Netherlands), University of Mannheim (Germany), University of Antwerp (Belgium), and University of Toulouse I - Capitole (France).