Bachelor of Law While the Romanian Licentia degree is obtained in four years after admission to the Faculty of Law, the License in French law is granted after the third year, in accordance with the regulations of Bologna. The fourth year in France corresponds to the Master's degree in Law or first year of Master.
During these three years of License, students acquire a solid general culture along three axes:
- the fundamental principles of European law (history, institutions, architecture and legal order, European human rights law, European criminal law)
- basic general knowledge of French Private Law (Law of Obligations, Business Law, Company Law, Labor Law)
- a comparative or international reading in the fields of Public Law (Comparative Constitutional Law, Comparative Administrative Law, International Economic Law)
Plaquette of the teachings of the Legal College - License 2017-2018
(At the same time, the students of the Legal College follow a large part of the classical curriculum of the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest - see: http://drept.unibuc.ro/Studii-de-licenta-invatamant-cu -frecventa-s26-ro.htm).
French lessons are provided by:
- missionary professors from the largest universities in France who offer lectures
- the on-site team in charge of the tutorials that allows individual pedagogical support and scientific deepening following the mission of the French teacher.
About the School
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