Master in European Union Law
Universitatea De Vest Din Timisoara
EUR 1,980 / per year *
01 Sep 2023
Earliest start date
* approximately 1000 EUR/ year for E.U citizens
The Master's program in European Union Law is offered by the Faculty of Law of the West University of Timișoara.
Taught entirely in English over the course of one academic year (60 ECTS), the program involves renowned Romanian and international academics, many of whom are also legal practitioners, working with EU law on a daily basis and keen to approach the most recent developments in their respective fields.
The program focuses on teaching and assessment in core EU law subjects, in order to provide a strong background to our students and prepare them for specialized careers at the national or international level. The study of the EU legal system EU is combined with reflections on the relevant historical and political context, and economic and policy implications, thus offering a fertile ground for interdisciplinary approaches and for interaction with other subject areas.
- Principles of European Union Law
- European Union Institutions and Procedures
- Human Rights in the European Union
- Conflicts of Laws and of Jurisdiction in the European Union
- Competition and Consumer Protection European Union Law
- European Union Fiscal Law
- European Union Law of Financial Institutions
- European Union Company Law
The influx of foreign investors in Romania makes for specializations in the field of EU law to be very sought after. All the main legal professions - magistrate, attorney, notary public, legal consultant - benefit from a specialization in European Union law.
The students in this master program get a first-hand opportunity to become familiar with the more specialized topics of European Union law, such as company law, taxation or competition, and consumer protection law, thus increasing their theoretical and professional knowledge in a wide variety of fields relevant on an international scale.
Graduates in complementary fields such as the economy, finance, corporate or the like may also benefit substantially from this specialization, which can create a bridge between disciplines and may offer new interdisciplinary academic and professional opportunities.
Holders of a bachelor's degree (preferably in social sciences) having a general knowledge of the structure and functioning of the European Union and its institutions, who are looking to deepen their understanding of EU law and acquire specialized legal knowledge in specific areas of the EU system.
Our graduates may pursue dynamic careers in the legal professional environment, academia or in national, supranational and international institutions.