Choose from one of three specializations; two-year general European Law course still available

University Luxembourg (Université du Luxembourg) has announced that in addition to its two-year general Master in European Law, it will, beginning with the 2007-08 academic year, also offer a one-year course option in one of three specializations: European Litigation, European Criminal Law, and European Banking and Financial Law.

Courses in this bilingual program are taught in French and English.

Applications for these programs are accepted until early July. For more information, please visit the University Luxembourg full-profile or website.

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