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Programme description

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Academic staff person in charge:

Dr Josep M Bech Email


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Master's in Tort Law (Year 2016-2017)

General information



Name of the master's programme Master's in Tort Law
Field Law, Economics and Business
Type Research
Affiliation Institute of European and Comparative Private Law
Academic secretary Faculty of Law
Duration

60 ECTS credits (42 in instruction and 18 for the final master’s project)

Calendar and timetable

Intensive programme (42 ECTS credits of instruction): 14 weeks between January and April. Timetable: afternoons/evenings from 3.00 pm to 9.00 pm. Students are recommended to complete the final master’s project during the second year.

System and method of study Full time; Face-to-face
Languages of instruction

Spanish

Maximum number of students 30
Fee (2015-16 academic year)

Pre-registration: 30.21 euros. Seat reservation: 500 euros (in terms of registration). Registration: 46.11 euros/credit (non European Union citizens, non-residents in Spain: 65.87 euros/credit). More information
Website http://www.udg.edu/mdd?idioma=en
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Educational objectives

The Master’s Degree Programme in Tort Law has two specialisations, one in private law of contractual and non-contractual liability, and the other in foundations for the analysis of private law. It is designed to provide support for rigourous research, based on advanced research in European and comparative tort law, in particular in the area of non-contractual civil liability. The programme offers students additional training by basing the teaching methods used on domestic law and on European and comparative private law. In addition, students are trained to analyse the principles of private law, with special emphasis on the different theses proposed by contemporary legal theory.


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Access and admission
Admissions requirements

Pre-EHEA or bachelor’s degree holders in law or a closely related field that includes some training in private law and that leads to postgraduate studies. Taking into account the international focus of the programme, places are not specifically reserved for international students (form the EHEA with bachelor’s degrees or degree holders from other foreign systems of education outside the EHEA, without any need for accreditation, provided there is previous verification of a level of training that is equivalent to Spanish bachelor’s degrees and that lead, in the countries where they were awarded, to post graduate studies). In any case, candidates who have university training in law will be given priority.


 

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Career opportunities

The training included in this master’s programme is especially useful for students who wish to pursue international careers, either in professional offices, or institutes or non-governmental organisations. From an academic point of view, training in European and comparative private law is also indispensable for any researcher specialised in private law that needs a critical view and knowledge of the structural differences between systems and models.


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Admission to the doctoral programme

The successful completion of this master’s degree provides access to the research period of a doctoral programme. Bear in mind that each programme can set additional requirements and criteria for selection and admission of students, such as the demand for specific complementary training courses.

 

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Curriculum

First year: 42 ECTS credits of on-site training, both compulsory and optional.

Second year: 18 ECTS credits of supervised research work.

Curriculum

First year: 42 ECTS credits of on-site training, both compulsory and optional.

Second year: 18 ECTS credits of supervised research work.

Note: This section shows the complete structure of the curriculum. Clicking on each module or requirement of the curriculum, you get a list of all subjects related to the module or requirement, not the subjects offered in a particular year. To see the offer of subjects refer to the registration guide of the current academic year.