The Bilingual Master in Law is a joint degree offered by the Law schools of the University of Neuchâtel Law Schooland the University of Lucerne School of Law.
Established in 2004, this 4-semester bilingual Master"s degree offers graduate students an unparalleled opportunity to master two major national and international languages, and to gain the prestige of a bilingual qualification in legal studies at two of Europe"s leading law schools.
Students spend 2 semesters at each University, where they attend courses and write a thesis in both French and German.
Voraussetzung fur die Zulassung zum Masterstudium ist ein Bachelorabschluss einer anerkannten Universitat (oder ein gleichwertiger Hochschulabschluss) im Umfang von 180 ECTS Punkten.
No work experience is required.
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<p>The University of Lucerne is the youngest university in Switzerland. Its roots stretch back as far as 1600, but it has existed as a modern university only since 2000. The number of students has grown in ten years from about 250 in the founding year 2000 to currently around 2.400 students. The University of Lucerne comprises three faculties: Theology, Humanities and Social Sciences and Law. Its emphasis on networking is a particular characteristic. </p>