Llm in european and comparative law in University of malta
The Master of Laws in European and Comparative Law was established within the Department of European and Comparative Law in the Faculty of Laws in 1994. The course includes an important dissertation component. The first aim remains that of providing postgraduate specialization in European Union Law and related comparative law to holders of a good first degree in law. The second aim is to prepare the successful students for a specialist career, whether in the European Union Institutions, in other international organizations, as advisors to government and other entities, or in private practice in Malta and abroad.
The Bachelor degree in the same or in a closely related area of study as that applied for, with an average mark of not less than 55% in that area, TOEFL ibT of 95, IELTS of 6.5, Cambridge Advanced Certificate, SELT pass
Academic assistant, Lawyer, Solicitor, Barrister, Law advisor, Researcher