Law dual degree bcl or maitrise in University college dublin
This degree is one of two French Law Programmes offered by Sutherland School of Law, the other being the BCL (Law with French Law). All students interested in the French Law Programmes enter the BCL [Law with French Law] in first year. Both degrees offer the exciting opportunity for immersion in two of the world s major legal systems, the common law and the civil law. Towards the end of first year, the students who have achieved the highest grades in Level I of the BCL [Law with French Law] will have the option to apply for interview to enter the BCL/Ma trise. The BCL/ Ma trise is an intensive dual degree aimed at highly motivated and ambitious students. The major difference between the two Programmes is that the BCL/Ma trise allows you to undertake two degrees: a degree in Irish law and a degree in French law, the Ma trise en Droit, from either the Universit Panth on-Assas (Paris II) or the Universit Toulouse 1 Capitole. The Ma trise en Droit (or Master 1) is considered to be a Master s level course. Two years (third and fourth) are spent at either Paris II or Toulouse 1.
Official transcripts of academic results; Final school report, International Examinations from another country's national education system (IB, A Level) will be considered, IELTS-6.5, TOEFL PBT-600, IBT-90, CBT-250
Barrister, Barrister's clerk, Company secretary, Detective, Licensed conveyancer, Paralegal, Solicitor.