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Placement Calendar

Placement calendar by programme

 

 

Study programme

 

Internship

 

 

Semester

 

 

Open period

 

 

Minimal duration

 

 

Credits

 

Bachelor en Gestion (Professionel)

Mandatory

6

From mid-February

12 weeks

25

Bachelor in Law (Académique)

Optional 

5

Mid Janurary - February

4 weeks

5

Master in Accounting and Audit

Optional 

3-4

Mid January - mid March

8 weeks

11

MSc in Finance and Economics - Banking

Optional

4

 

8-12 weeks

 

MSc in Finance and Economics - Investment Management

Optional

4

 

8-12 weeks

 

MSc in Finance and Economics - Risk Management

Optional

4

 

8-12 weeks

 

MSc in Finance and Economics - Financial Economics

Optional

4

 

8-12 weeks

 

Master in Economics and Finance, Traditional Track

Mandatory

4

From March

12 weeks

15

Master in Entrepreneurship&Innovation

Mandatory

2

From 9th April

8 weeks

7

Master in Entrepreneurship&Innovation

Mandatory

4

From March

12 weeks

25

Master in Wealth Management

Mandatory

4

From May

12 weeks

6

Master of Science in Banking&Finance

Mandatory

4

From June

12 weeks

6

Master in European Economic & Financial Criminal Law (LL.M)

Mandatory

4

From May

8 weeks

10

Master en droit et contentieux de l'UE (LL.M)

Mandatory

4

From April

8 weeks

10

Master in European Private Law (LL.M)

Optional 

4

From April

8 weeks

10

Master in Space, Satcom&Media Law (LL.M)

Optional 

4

From March

8 weeks

9

Master en droit bancaire et financier européen (LL.M)

Optional 

4

As of June after examinations 

 

no

Internship contract or agreement for mandatory internshipLegal rules in GDL

Regulated internships are prescribed by a teaching establishment and documented through an internship contract or agreement countersigned by the teaching establishment. The employer and the trainee may also sign it dictating the terms of the internship in the hosting company.

  • Schools and higher education establishments are increasingly incorporating training placements (internships) into their educational programmes. It enables pupils or students to discover professional work environments and to acquire their first work experience.
  • The work to be performed during an internship has a predominantly educational character.
  • The employer who wishes to take on a trainee must set up an internship contract or an internship agreement (regulated internship).

Mandatory placement agreements are written by Ms Nadège Meyer-Hamy, based on information mentioned in this document:

Non regulated internship

Students may organize a placement on their own initiative with the aim of complementing their university education with professional experience. Such internships can be subject to the signature of a contract between the employer and the student. The teaching establishment doesn't sign it.

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