Intellectual Property and Competition Law (LL.M.)


The Law Faculty of the University Augsburg offers a one year LL.M. Program in “Intellectual Property and Competition Law“ as part of the of Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC) Framework. Using a wide range of modules, the Program comprehensively covers all aspects of European and international law with regard to intellectual property and competition law. Students are assisted by means of an individual tutoring program and are supervised during their work on their Master's thesis. As the contents are based on an international and European focus, the Program is taught entirely in English.




Course of studies facts
name: Intellectual Property and Competition Law
further education study course: Yes
graduation type: Master of Laws (LL.M.)
study mode: full time
start of studies: winter semester
standard period of study: 2 semester
restriction: unrestricted
end of application winter semester: 30. June

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