Advanced Master of Intellectual Property and ICT Law
Education Level: Advanced master programme
Language of instruction: English / Dutch and French
The KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP) offers an Advanced Master of Intellectual Property and ICT Law.
All classes will be given at the Brussels Campus, located at Stormstraat 2, 1000 Brussel.
Three languages, evening courses, two options
This programme has been recognized by the Order of Flemish Bar for 32 legal points. If you specialise in the general programme Intellectual Property Rights, a majority of the courses are in Dutch and French. If you decide to specialise in ICT, you can follow all courses in English. The program consists of 5 mandatory subjects (for which you have a choice of three between IP or ICT); elective subjects (from a total of 11 elective courses) and a masters thesis. Both options are evening programmes.
As a Master of Intellectual Property Law:
Your Study Programme, also with the ICT option
If you specialise in the general programme Intellectual Property Rights, a majority of the courses are in Dutch and French. If you decide to specialise in ICT , you can follow all the courses in English. However, a combination of both (IP and ICT) is also possible. The program consists of 5 mandatory subjects (for which you have a choice of three between IP or ICT), 5 elective subjects (from a total of 10 elective courses) and a masters thesis. Both options are evening programmes.
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
- International students need to have obtained a degree that is considered to be equivalent to a Master's degree in Law. However, students that have obtained a Master degree in other disciplines may also be admitted subject to a positive evaluation of their full application file.
- If the master's degree is awarded outside of the European Union: admission may be allowed on the condition that a special training course 'Introduction to European law' is attended.
- If the master's degree is awarded within the European Union: admission may be allowed on the condition that a special training course 'Introduction to law' is attended unless students obtained a master's degree in law or a master's degree in a discipline that includes an introduction in law of at least 60 hours.
Students that were awarded a master's degree by an institute outside of the Flemish Community should first apply for admission at www.kuleuven.be/application/instructions.html.
Students are expected to have a proven academic track record, a strong interest in the areas of IP, ICT and/or Media Law and a proficient level of written and spoken English (by means of an acknowledged language test such as IELTS or TOEFL.
* Please note that other rules are applicable to students with a master's degree obtained in the Flemish or French Community, cf. http://www.law.kuleuven.be/brussel/en/education/intellectual_property_rights/application
Registration fee 230€ + 54.5€ /credit (=3500€ for the full programme, followed on a full-time basis)
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