Participation in the European Master in Transnational Trade Law and Finance is open to graduate students of Law, Business Administration and related fields and lawyers of all nationalities. Enrolment numbers are limited and admission is based on merit.
Requirements and selection criteria
Admission may be granted to applicants who meet the following criteria:
Candidates must be have completed at least a good level first cycle degree in a discipline related to Law and Business Administration (ILF accepts only Law, Economics or Business Administration graduates).
The Course seeks those who demonstrate a proven interest in issues of Transnational law and finance and/or have related international work experience.
Candidates are required to have a recognized qualification in the languages of instruction of the university that they plan to attend. Applicants will have to enclose the documentation attesting their level of English (TOEFL test results 580* or IELTS 6.5) or French (DELF, DALF or other diploma), if they apply for the Strasbourg Track. Check the “TOEFL Internet Based Test score comparison”.
Study mobility periods abroad and practical experience in European and/or international organizations and institutions is valued.
Selection criteria include motivation, academic qualifications, languages skills, research experience, and professional experience.
N.B. If you are applying for a Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, please, note that as of the academic year 2011/2012, the number of applications is limited to three Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses maximum, i.e., if you apply to more than three Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses, you will be automatically excluded from the selection process of all of them.
* The ILF requires TOEFL test results 600.