About The LL.M.

The LL.M. is a full-time program which runs from the last Monday of September to the end of June. Courses are divided into two semesters, with exams held in January and June.

LL.M. candidates who successfully complete the program are awarded a Certificate of LL.M. in International Business Law from the University of Brussels (ULB), which is recognized by the competent Belgian Academic Authorities (Communauté française) within the framework of the program of continuing education.

The LL.M. is designed for students who wish to take full advantage of the extraordinary range of opportunities offered in Brussels, the capital of Europe.

The program includes visits to the institutions of the European Union (European CommissionCouncil and Parliament) which are headquartered in Brussels.

The LL.M. is part of the program offerings of the University of Brussels (Université Libre de Bruxelles, or “ULB”), one of the leading universities in Europe, with 25.000 students, 32% of which come from outside of Belgium.

Courses are taught on the Solbosch Campus, which is the main and largest campus of the university, situated in the Brussels-Capital Region. The campus is located in the vicinity of the European Institutions.

The ULB offers extraordinary extra-curricular and co-curricular activities, including lectures, workshops, internships, career events and social activities. Some of these activities are integrated into our academic program.

Every year graduates go on to work at international law firms in Brussels such as Bird & Bird, major accounting and consulting firms such as Deloitte, international and European institutions such as the European Investment Bank and firms in their home countries throughout Europe and the world.

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