Master en Droit Bancaire et Financier Européen (LL.M.)

Part-time programme – two years of study

Students have the possibility to follow the Master en Droit Bancaire et Financier on a part-time option. Please see below the structure of the programme to be followed in the first year of part-time study, designed to ensure the pedagogical progression of the courses, including the elective course chosen by students in the summer semester.

In order to ensure the coherence of the programme and the organisation of studies, students cannot compose their own schedule of courses. Students need to attend all seminars in any given course.

Semester 3 (winter semester)

Students following the “general track” need to attend the following courses:

In module 1:

  • European Banking Law I (30 teaching units)
  • European Securities Law I (30 TU)

In module 2:

  • European Banking Law II (30 TU)
  • European Securities Law II (30 TU)

In module 3:

Choice of an elective course (20 TU) with the exception of the course European Investment Funds Law III as the prerequisites for this course cannot be fulfilled (EIFL I and EIFL II).

 

Students following the “Collective Investment Schemes option” need to attend the following courses:

In module 1:

  • European Securities Law I (30 TU)
  • European Investment Funds Law I (30 TU)

In module 2:

  • European Securities Law II (30 TU)
  • European Investment Funds Law II (30 TU)

In module 3:

  • European Investment Fund Law III (20 TU):  obligatory course

  

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Semester 4 (summer semester)

 

In the “general track”:

In module 4:

  • Introduction au droit bancaire et financier luxembourgeois (50 TU)

In module 5:

  • Droit bancaire approfondi (40 TU)

In module 6:

  • Droit bancaire et financier comparé (60 TU)

 

In the “Collective Investment Schemes option

In module 4bis:

  • Droit luxembourgeois des OPC (50 TU)

In module 5bis:

  • Fonds d’investissement alternatifs (50 TU)

In module 6bis:

  • Droit comparé des OPC (20 TU)

 

Comments:

  • In their second year of part-time study, students follow the remaining courses foreseen in the programme.
  • The attendance of students at all courses is obligatory and will be evaluated through continuous assessment in certain subjects.
  • The Faculty does not guarantee that the course schedule – with courses taught during daytime on working days – is compatible with the commitments of part-time students in employment. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure their attendance. Details are available with the study programme administrator.