Double Degree in Law and International Relations

Train at the highest level to become a trusted professional

  • Learn by solving practical cases at the hands of an exceptional faculty made up of reputable professors and lawyers.   
  • The combination of studying Law with International Relations will prepare you as a future lawyer to work in a global world.

In the PDF you will find:

  • Detailed study plan
  • Why this degree is perfect for you
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Start

Sep 16, 2019

Duration

5 años
  • Expand your professional options in the legal, political and diplomatic fields. An integral and practical program, focusing on the fundamental aspects of global law and international relations.

In the PDF you will find:

  • Detailed study plan
  • Why this degree is perfect for you

Key Points

Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary training

  • Start date

    Sep 16, 2019

  • Duration

    5 años

  • Language

    Spanish

  • ECTS

  • Modality

    Presencial

  • Campus

    Madrid Villaviciosa de Odón

  • University

    Universidad Europea de Madrid

  • Knowledge Area

    Law, International relations

  • Study Type

    Degree

Why study this program?

1

Legal Clinic

Resolve real cases proposed by low-income people.

33

International teachers

33% of teachers come or have been employed in other countries

100

Global experience

Thanks to the agreements we have with the best universities in Europe, USA and Asia

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Financial Aid

  • Flexible payment options.
  • Financial Aid for early payment
  • Financial Aid for continuing studies.
  • Financial Aid for simultaneous study.
  • Financial Aid for having a family member at Universidad Europea.

Facilities

  • Visits Room where you will have the opportunity to participate in “mock simulated trials” and experiment being in a real setting of legal procedural practice.
  • Legal Clinic, where you will enter into contact with real clients, who need to solve real cases, working with practising lawyers working on a pro bono basis, which facilitates the understanding of the social practice of lawyers.
  • International Relations Observatory, university analysis forum, reflection and research regarding international issues of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Communications of Universidad Europea Madrid. The Media Lab, Europea Media is integrated into the structure through a new website which will act as a tool to share content. Students of International Relations and Communications, together with professors and experts, manage the information and experiment with new formats in the treatment and visualisation of data. With this academic innovation project, the faculty advances in the design and creation of teaching methodologies in this case related to the learning experience of students of International Relations and similar disciplines. 

Accommodation

If you are coming from outside of the Region of Madrid and would like to undertake the on-site full-time program, you can find accommodation in line with your needs: near to campus, safe, comfortable, in an academic setting, with good services, quality furnishings, etc. Thanks to the two student halls that Universidad Europea has, both located on campus and with capacity for 550 people, with all domestic, academic and safety needs ideally suited to a student.

These student halls are destined both for students or for those teachers or personnel who may need accommodation at some point: scientific, artistic or cultural exchanges, or even for any other person whose stay is directly or indirectly related to the University.

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Collaborating companies

The Joint Double Degree in Law and International Relations at Universidad Europea is made up of two degrees that have been designed at the hands of a panel of experts in the different studies to be able to address the needs of the current professional market to solve the current global, social and digital challenges.

Practical experience, key to the success of our graduates:

  • The Joint Double Degree in Law and International Relations at Universidad Europea de Madrid will allow you to put into practice the knowledge acquired in the classroom through two fundamental instruments for the degree in Law: the Legal Clinic and external academic internships. Through the Legal Clinic you will solve real cases, with the advice of your professors and external practicing lawyers.  
  • The academic internships will be completed at the best national and international firms in our country, thanks to over 100 collaboration agreements with several firms and companies where you will be able to become a lawyer with extensive problem-solving skills, critical thinking skills and highly qualified for the practice of law in a socially and ethically responsible manner.

Faculty

Julia Pulido Gragera
Doctor in Law, Universidad de Valencia and a Graduate in Political Sciences, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Director of the Master’s Degree in Foreign Policy and Diplomacy at Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Alana Moceri
BA Political Science, University of California, Master’s Degree in Politics and Democracy, UNED. International Relations analyst, commentator and writer. Professor, Universidad Europea Madrid.

Jacqueline Hellman
Graduate in Law, Universidad Autónoma Madrid. Master’s Degree in European Union Law and Competition Law, Universidad Carlos III Madrid, recipient of the Luis Vives prize awarded by the European Parliament to the best student on the Master’s degree program. Doctor in Law, Universidad Autónoma Madrid under the direction of Professor Antonio Remiro Brotóns with Outstanding Cum Laude grade granted Unanimously (Subject: Universal Jurisdiction of international crimes). Has employment experience in Spanish and international organizations and foundations dealing with legal advice in judicial processes linked to serious Human Rights violations. Has received several scholarships which have allowed her to study at international Universities such as the Universities of Uppsala and Salzburg, where she studied extensive programs on subjects relating to International Criminal Law. Currently, she teaches the following subjects at various Universities: Public International Law, Private International Law, European Union Law, International Human Rights and Commercial Law.

Belén García Delgado
Qualified as PhD Assistant Professor by ANECA (2016). Doctor with European mention, Universidad Salamanca. Graduate in Documentation and Spanish Language, Universidad Salamanca. Master’s Degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language, Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo. Member of the Research Group: (GIR) E-LECTRA: Electronic Reading and Editing, Transfer and Automated Recovery of Information.

Miguel Benedicto Solsona
Doctor in Political Sciences, Universidad Complutense Madrid. Graduate in Law, Universidad Zaragoza. General Secretary, Federal Council European Movement (Consejo Federal del Movimiento Europeo) where he coordinates the annual program of activities together with the president and directs the online quarterly magazine “Europa en Movimiento”.

Miguel Ángel Poveda
Doctor in Journalism, Universidad Complutense Madrid. Doctor in Peace and National Security, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia – UNED. Doctor in Social Sciences and Politics, Universidad Técnica Lisboa. Graduate in Audiovisual Communications, Universidad Complutense Madrid. Master’s Degree in low Budget Cinema and TV Production, University of California, Los Angeles.

Raquel Regueiro Dubra
Doctor in Law, Universidad Complutense Madrid, Graduate in Law, University of Geneva, Master of Advanced Studies in International Relations, Universidad Complutense Madrid.

César Lajud Desentis
Master’s Degree in Finances and Financial Markets, Instituto Técnico Monterrey, Kenshu Cente, Graduate in Economics, Escuela Superior de Economía, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Méjico. Member of the diplomatic corps of Mexico, has directed different consular destinations around the world.

Dr. Ivan Hiliard
Director of the Center for Research on Values and the Global Society, Universidad Europea de Madrid. Doctor in Economics and Business, Universidad Europea Madrid, Master’s Degree in Commerce and International Economic Relations, Universidad Europea Madrid, Master’s Degree in International Relations, University of Limerick and Graduate in Politics, Wolverhampton University, United Kingdom.

Javier Morales Hernández
Doctor in Political Sciences, Universidad Complutense Madrid, Master’s Degree in Peace, Security and Defence, UNED, Graduate in Political Sciences, Universidad Complutense Madrid. Cofounding member of the Group of Studies of Europe and Eurasia, which gathers the main university researchers on Central Europe, Eastern Europe and the post-Soviet space.

Fátima Gómez Sota
Professor qualified with ACAP. Doctor in Sociology, Universidad del País Vasco, Graduate in Political Sciences and Sociology, Universidad de Deusto.

Jorge Jiménez Ramírez 
Graduate in Spanish Language, Master’s Degree in ELE and Doctor in Communications. As a teacher, teaches the subjects “Hispanic Culture”, “Intercultural Communication and Cultural Differences” at UEM. His area of expertise is teaching and learning in the culture of LE/2. Amongst other works, is the author of the chapter “Culture and Interculture” in The Routledge Handbook of Spanish Language Teaching, due out soon. Has also collaborated in many research and educational innovation projects including the ALLES European Project and the development of electronic materials for the Virtual Spanish Classroom of Instituto Cervantes.

Ester Saiz de Lobado
Doctor in Language and Literature, Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, Master’s Degree in Intercultural Communication, University of Surrey, Graduate in Translation and Conference Interpreting, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas. Since 2010, is Professor in the Department of Translation at Universidad Europea de Madrid and visiting professor at Università degli Studi di Milano. Her main areas of research center on critical comparative cognition (Spain, Italy and United Kingdom), translation, applied statistics and development of active methodologies in the area of L2. She has received the 1st Time Speaker Grant for the 2012 TESOL-SPAIN Convention, for her talk, “Improving Intercultural Competence in the English Language Classroom”.

Martín Rocha Espíndola
Graduate in Law, Escuela de Derecho de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Master’s Degree in Spanish Law, Universidad de Valladolid, Doctor in Law, Universidad de Valladolid.

Rafael Fontán Tirado
Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Graduate in Legal and Forensic Practice, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Javier Díaz - Terán Berrazueta
Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Master’s Degree in Legal Practice, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Secretary General of Wolters Kluwer España

Jesús Alfonso Soto Pineda
Graduate in Law, Universidad del Externado, Colombia, Master’s Degree in Business Law, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Doctor in Law and Political Sciences, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

León María Gómez Rivas
Doctor in Modern History and Thinking, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Member of Instituto Juan de Mariana.

Manuel Primo Prieto
Graduate in Psychology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Specializing in Industrial Psychology, Psychology and Psychotechnical School. Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management, IDE-CESEM-Instituto Directivos de Empresa, Master’s Degree in Prevention of Risks in the Workplace, Universidad San Pablo, CEU. Doctor in Economics and Business, Universidad Europea de Madrid.

María Elena Gil Alegría
Graduate in Law, Universidad de Zaragoza, Master’s Degree in Business Legal Advice, Instituto de Empresa. Legal Counsel at Convergys.

Antonio Pérez Miras
Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Master’s Degree in Healthcare and Bioethics Law of the EU, Universidad de Granada,  European Doctor in Constitutional Law, Universidad de Bolonia, Italia.

José María Peredo Pombo
Professor of Communications and International Politics, Doctor in Information Sciences and Graduate in Journalism, Universidad Complutense Madrid, Head Professor in Communications and International Relations (2008-2013).

Juan Manuel Campo Cabal
Graduate in Law, Universidad Franciscana de San Buenaventura, Colombia. Doctor in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

David Carrión Morillo
Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Doctor in Law, Universidad San Pablo CEU.

José Luis Gonzálvez
Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Substitute Judge, Higher Court of Justice of Madrid

Elena Goñi Huarte
Graduate in Business Law, Universidad de Navarra, Doctor in Law, Universidad de Navarra. Practising lawyer, member of the Madrid Bar Association.

Beatriz Medrano Pérez
Graduate in Law, Universidad Europea de Madrid and Graduate in Journalism, Universidad Complutense.

Pedro Ortega
Graduate in Business and Economics Sciences, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Master’s Degree in Commerce and International Relations, Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Price and advantages Double Degree in Law and International Relations

10.828,56 €

per year

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  • Flexible payments
  • Grants for high performing students
  • Grants for continuing students
  • Grants for simultaneous studies
  • First in family scholarships
  • Universidad Europea scholarship
  • Official scholarships
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WHY STUDY LAW AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AT UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID?

  • Allows you to combine theoretical and practical learning in laboratories, companies and international organizations.  
  • Acquire the traditional knowledge in addition to new and professional subjects.  
  • Approach Law from a multijurisdictional perspective and be able to practice internationally with extensive knowledge of the two main legal systems, Civil Law and Common Law, and study some of your subjects in English.
  • Learning By Doing facing real life situations from different perspectives, guided by active professors and lawyers with prestigious professional careers.
  • Consolidate all your knowledge in the School of Lawyers (created with Cremades & Calvo Sotelo Abogados) and the Legal Clinic, solving real pro bono cases for people with limited financial means.

Career opportunities

  • Diplomatic or consular missions, border agencies
  • NGOs or foreign trade consortiums  
  • Law Firms and consultancy agencies
  • Research centers and institutions
  • Communication media
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Admission process

1. Documentation

To begin your admission process, the first thing to do is book your appointment online or by calling 91 740 72 72.

  • Selectividad card showing eligibility status
  • Two photocopies of your ID
  • Academic record file transfer 
  • Proof of payment of the Admission fee before or on the date of appointment

2.  What does the admissions test consist of?

  • Skills and abilities test
  • General knowledge test
  • Language assessment test
  • Personal interview

When will you know you’ve been accepted?

You’ll find out the result of the admissions test via an admissions letter that you’ll receive by email. If you have any doubts or queries, you can contact our Admissions Department for New Students at ads@universidadeuropea.es

3. Reserve your place

Along with the admissions letter, you will receive an envelope with information about official registration. It is recommended that in order to reserve your place, you should respond within 7 days of receiving the letter.

4. Registration

All students joining the Universidad Europea for the first time, wanting to study a degree, must open a file with the university, prior to registration. The Department of Admission for New Students will provide the candidate with all the documentation and forms to complete their registration.

Convalidations and transfers

You don’t have to carry on doing something you don’t want to. For this reason, we have designed specific convalidation and university transfer plan. If you want to know your personalized plan, as quickly and easily as possible, send us an email to convalidaciones@universidadeuropea.es along with the following documentation:

  • Personal academic certificate of the original degree.
  • Study plan sealed by the Secretariat of the center of origin.
  • The academic program of the subjects studied and/or enrolled in the original degree.
  • Officially translated degree certificate (only in the case of foreign graduates)

In case of requesting recognition for professional experience, you will be required to provide;

  • Work life certificate
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Company certificate, only in those cases where it is necessary to prove the functions performed in the company, or in cases of students with international professional experience who cannot provide a work-life certificate.

For any questions, you can contact our advisers by calling 91 834 34 35.

Scholarships and grants program

We’re here to help. If you want to study at Universidad Europea, you have a number of internal and official scholarship options to apply for. In addition, we provide comprehensive Financing and Discount options

Professional practices

Internships in companies are a key element in your education. Acquiring experience and putting into practice what you have learned on your degree is the best way to enter the labor market. There are two types of internship, curricular (which are included as part of your program) and extracurricular (which you can do on a voluntary basis).

In order to carry out an internship in a company, you’ll need to have passed 50% of your credits and register before you start the internship. Both the company and a professor on your course will monitor your progress on the internship as well as providing an evaluation at the half way mark and upon completion. 

If you want to gain extra work experience before finalizing your university studies, you are welcome to carry out extracurricular internships. You can carry them out in whichever year of your studies you choose but we remind you that internships are formative and should complement your studies. The more theoretical knowledge you have acquired throughout your degree, the more you will benefit from the internships.