Maestría en Derecho Internacional Privado


				

				
				
  • Master of laws (LL.M.)
  • Starting date: March
  • Tuition Fee: 20,000 - 25,000 USD
  • Language: Spanish
  • Program type: Part-time; Full-time
  • Duration: 1 year; 2 years
  • Specialization: International Law

Admission Requirements

  • May apply to the Master graduates from the University of Buenos Aires or Argentina or other foreign university with law degrees, or equivalent degree in International Relations. 
  • The Commission may recommend to the Master Executive Council for approval the admission of applicants with research background or without relevant professional college degree. 
  • All applicants must submit a "curriculum vitae" to the Commission of the Master and Groundwork of the academic goals of enrollment. 
  • The candidate shall demonstrate knowledge of a foreign language of their choice among English, French, Portuguese and Italian. 
  • The Committee on the Master may, on the basis of "curriculum vitae", get an interview with the candidate and establish additional requirements. 
  • All applicants who are not Castilian native speakers must demonstrate sufficient command of it.

Study Programme

The curriculum includes seminars (regular and special courses), an internship and thesis seminar. 
Module I: Fundamental questions of private international law 1 
Module II: Key issues of private international law 2 
Module III: Fundamental Questions of Private International Law 
Module IV: Private International Law of Personal (Correlative module I to III) 
Module V: Equity Private International Law 1 (Correlative module I to III) 
Module VI: Private International Law Shareholder 2 (Correlative module I to III) 
Module VII: Private Equity International Law 3 (Correlative module I to III) 
Module VIII: Private Equity International Law 4 (Correlative module I to III) 
Module IX: Family Private International Law (Correlative module I to III) 
Module X: Private International Law Estate affectation and wealth transfer (Correlative module I to III) 
Module XI: Litigation and dispute resolution in general (Correlative module I to III) 
Module XII: International Criminal Law (Correlative module I to III)



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