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European and International Business Law LLM

A law degree that makes you a successful lawyer in the international market!

In collaboration with the University of Debrecen, a Hungarian University of National Excellence and of international reputation, Sapientia University - Department of Law offers you the most wanted and popular, widely accepted LLM program in European and International Business Law in Cluj/Kolozsvár/Klausenburg.

This LLM program provides modern, business-focused law degree with a special European character, focusing on the tendencies of the European and international market. The program gives you the opportunity to take your legal expertise to a whole new level, learning how European and international law make a remarkable impact on business life, exploring both legislative and judicial elements of European business law, trade law and corporate law.

Gaining a prestigious qualification

The Master of Laws (LLM) Postgraduate Diploma is issued by the University of Debrecen. The LLM (Master of Laws) is
an internationally recognised postgraduate law degree, comparable to an MBA in business and management. The LLM represents a significant advantage, among others, when applying for a job.

The English language LLM program is open for lawyers from Romania as well as from other countries of the world.

Start date of the program: September 2017

Duration: 2 semesters (10 months)

A first degree in law and English language proficiency at least at intermediate level required.

Tuition: 450 euros/full program (study materials and access to books are included) for EU/EEA citizens, 4500 euros for non EU/EEA citizens.

Application period: 4-14th September 2017

Admission requirements

  • Bachelor degree in law
  • English proficiency (verified through a Skype-interview shortly after the application deadline)

Documents you need to enroll

  • Completed application form
  • BA diploma - original and copy
  • High school diploma - original and copy
  • Simple copy of ID card
  • Simple copy of Birth Certificate
  • CV/resumé in English
  • Proof of language proficiency (if possible)
Flexible learning

Part-time program: We know that you plan to continue your professional career while studying, and this is why we offer you a part-time program with classes only in the weekends (on Fridays and Saturdays, cc. 5 weekends in a semester) and an intensive week each semester.

A wide range of courses

  • Institutions of the European Union
  • Harmonization of laws in the European Union
  • Introduction to International Business Law
  • EU Internal Market Law
  • EU Competition Law
  • International Sale of Goods
  • International and European Intellectual Property Law
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • European and International Contract Law
  • Public Management
  • Principles of Public International Law
  • European Consumer Protection Law
  • European Criminal Law
  • European Company Law
  • European Labour and Social Law
  • Case-law of the European Court of Justice
  • Private International Law etc.

Guarantee of quality, value and intellectual rigour

The scholarly educated faculty gained experience in teaching international students in Western Europe and in the United States of America. Visiting professors are common, arriving from other EU member states and the U.S. as well. The growing number of elective courses gives you the chance to customize and personalize your experience and training while studying European and International Business Law. You will be on your way toward a successful law career once you enroll in our LLM program.


Cluj (Hungarian: Kolozsvár, German: Klausenburg) is the capital of historical region Transylvania, one of the most visited cities in Romania, with a long academic tradition as its first university was founded in 1581. The city is very pleasant, it has a wonderful historical legacy and a great atmosphere.

As the 2015 Youth Capital of Europe it has trilling cultural and night life with lot to do and see all year long. No wonder that during the academic year it is the home of more than one hundred thousand students. Home of Romanians, Hungarians and members of other ethnic groups, it has a multicultural environment, and a rich cultural and architectural heritage.





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