October to July
Real Madrid Graduate School Universidad Europea’s Master in Sports Law, LLM is aimed at law graduates from all around the world who want to develop their professional careers in the field of international sports law
Real Madrid Graduate School Universidad Europea’s Master in Sports Law, LLM is aimed at law graduates from all around the world who want to develop their professional careers in the field of international sports law. The program offers students a solid knowledge of the organization of sports, their rules and regulations and their dispute resolution mechanisms.
The program allows students to acquire the necessary knowledge to work in international federations, law firms, sports clubs, professional leagues, anti-doping organizations and sports representation agencies.
The Master in Sports Law LLM, developed by a committee of experts, is structured in such a way as to allow the student to gradually immerse themselves in the sports law world, starting with a general overview of international sports institutions and their rules and regulations before moving towards more detailed study of specific issues surrounding sports law.
All our professors and lecturers are involved in international sports law activities, something that allows our students to get a true vision of professional practice as international lawyers, sport arbitrators, football club managers and leaders. Using the experience of our lecturers, the academic methodology focuses on a practical approach, with candidates studying leading cases on sports law, taking part in moot courts, and getting involved in forums and discussions with fellow students and professors, creating strong professional links.
In addition, the master degree offers the chance to visit public and private institutions, both national and international, such as the Spanish Professional Football League, FIFA, UEFA, IBU, FEI and the Court of Arbitration for Sports.
Students benefit from the wide network of agreements with international law firms, institutions and international federations to carry out their internships, including Real Madrid C.F which offers a limited number of places for students within Real Madrid’s Legal Department.
About International Master in Sports Law, LLM
Real Madrid Graduate School - Universidad Europea reserves the right to make any necessary changes in faculty assignments for the programs. For more information, please check the Graduate School Regulations.
Visit to Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and Real Madrid City (Valdebebas). Students may also participate in a trip to Switzerland. The trip will include visits to the headquarters of important sports institutions such as:
The admissions process for Real Madrid Graduate School - Universidad Europea programs runs throughout the whole year, although enrollment in all graduate programs depends on the availability of places.
For personalized guidance, you can go to either of our university campuses (Alcobendas or Villaviciosa de Odón), or contact us via phone: (+34) 91 112 88 50 or e-mail: email@example.com to receive advice from the Graduate Degree Admissions staff.
Once candidates have received guidance and have provided the necessary documentation, the Graduate Degree Admissions staff will send them a date for taking the entrance exams for the program they are interested in, and for a personal interview with the Master’s Program Director or a member of the Admissions Committee.
The admissions process does not involve any costs or commitment for candidates, until their place is formally reserved.
The Graduate School follows an educational model based on academic excellence, daily practice and a commitment to new technologies, and in acknowledgment of this it has received the most prestigious quality certificates.
The building of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) means that university degrees from across Europe assure equivalent academic programs, which implies immediate recognition of PhDs, Masters Degrees (for granting professional status and for specialization) anywhere in Europe, mobility between countries and continuous learning.
Alternatively, the School also offers Master's and Expert programs, private degrees issued by the Universidad Europea that cater for specific labor market requirements in order to perfect professional skills.
Students receive personalized education and training in small groups and they round off their learning with advisor support, whereby they can take maximum advantage of their education and training and realize their full potential.
Our commitment to our students does not end when they graduate. Through Alumni, former Graduate School students can keep up to date with everything the Universidad Europea continues to offer them as a professional partner: job offers, special training, conferences, networking events, etc.
The International Master in Sports Law, LLM, is an excellent opportunity for graduates with a background in law, seeking a solid specialization in a postgraduate degree with a high potential of employability, and for lawyers wishing to expand their professional horizons.
A good command of English and a degree in law are required. Candidates will have to pass an interview intended to assess their profile and acceptance in the program.
The academic methodology throughout the master has a strong focus on learning by doing and looking at practical case studies. Lecturers are real professionals and experts in international sports litigation. Students will look at leading cases on sports law, experience moot court proceedings and take part in forums and discussions with lecturers and classmates.
The academic program and the academic methodology have been designed by an expert committee composed by experienced lecturers and professionals for the best academic achievement.
Among many other activities, the master offers students an eminently practical vision of the procedures that are processed before the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber and before the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Students will have the opportunity to learn step by step and through practice how to carry out a procedure before FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber and the subsequent appeal before the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Assisted and advised by international lawyers, they will experience such proceedings and have the chance to defend their cases before a panel composed by real arbitrators in a courtroom. The students will play different roles - as parties, witnesses and lawyers.
The Universidad Europea has signed several agreements with banks to help you pay for your studies.
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