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Double Master Degree in Legal Practice and European Union Law

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    The UC3M offers students the possibility of jointly studying the Master in Legal Practice, which will help them to prepare for the professional aptitude assessment examinations in order to exercise the profession of law, and the Master in European Union Law, thus obtaining a high level of specialization which will place them in an excellent position for entering the job market.

    Master in Legal Practice

    In its current guise, the Master’s degree in Legal Practice has developed in response to the requirements of the Law 34/2006 of 30 October regulating access to the professions of lawyer and court procedural representative (procurador), a legal reform that was taken as an opportunity to structure a postgraduate program that will improve training of law graduates thus facilitating access to the job market.

    Master in European Union Law

    Furthermore, the Master's Degree in European Union Law at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, will prepare you for work as a specialist lawyer able to assess and resolve problems typical of international legal traffic and trade.

    The experience accumulated over 31 years has resulted in an extremely competitive program taught by renowned professionals with a practical approach to the customary techniques employed by legal practitioners in a globalised economic environment.

    One of the main goals of the course tis to achieve linguistic fluency of students so that they are able to draw up legal documents or correctly advise their clients in both English and Spanish, encouraging team work and a capacity for professional leadership accustoming students to a multicultural environment.



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    reasons to study Double Master's Degree Legal Practice (September Edition) and European Union Law


    • ☛ 100% pass rate at the final evaluation test access to professional law degree (2016)
    • ☛ Best results between public and private Universities of the Community of Madrid in the first official examination exam 2016
    • ☛ More than 55% of teaching is in charge of legal professionals
    • ☛ Access call report February 2016


    • ☛ The LLM is the only one on its field that has been included in the ranking of Best Masters in Law in Spain issued by El Mundo - Exansión for 19 times in a row.
    • ☛ More than 80 collaborating entities between offices, consultancies and companies
    • 80% of teaching in English
    • ☛ Employability: over 90% of students get a stable job after graduation. Most of them continue in the collaborating entities where they developed their compulsory practice.


      The request is made electronically through our application. Before starting the admission process, please, read the following information:


      Check the requirements of the Master in Legal Practice.

      Check the requirements of the Master in European Union Law.


      Admission criteria

      Check the admission criteria of the Master in Legal Practice.

      Check the admission criteria of the Master in European Union Law.

      Language requirements

      Check the general language requirements required to study a Master’s at UC3M, depending on whether it is in Spanish, English or bilingual.

      STUDENTS with foreign university degrees

      Check the requirements of the Master in Legal Practice for students with foreign university degrees.

      Check the requirements of the Master in European Union Law for students with foreign university degrees.


      To be admitted to the Doble Master Degree you have to be admitted by the Academic Committee of the Master in Legal Practice. If your application for admission to the Double Master Degree is Not Accepted, you can still apply for admission to the Master in European Union Law if you want.

      On the other hand, the admission to the Master in European Union Law doesn’t imply the admission to the Master in Legal Practice.

      In any case, the resolution will be communicated to the applicant.


      FEES *

      2022-2023 Academic year


      Reservation fee1 €800
      Price EU students €70.79 / ECTS
      Price Non EU students €331.20 / ECTS
      Credits enrolling2 75 ECTS


      Reservation fee1 €600
      Price EU students €95 / ECTS
      Price Non EU students €150 / ECTS
      Credits enrolling2 49 ECTS

      Reservation fee will be paid once the student receives notification of admission to the master’s, and deducted from the first tuition payment​. The reservation fee will only be refunded if the master program is cancelled.

      2 Admission and registration on the double master's degree course will provide exemption from ECTS credits which will be validated according to the curriculum (see Program). Having obtained credits from both syllabuses, together with validation of 56 ECTS you will be able to obtain two official master's qualifications in little more than a year and a half. This exemption from payment of fees for validating ECTS credits shall only be applicable to students registered on the Dual Master's degree from the start.


      ✎│Programme’s fees

      NOTE: The enrolment fees do not include the cost of issuing the master’s degree certificate.​


      * Pending approval by the Community of Madrid for the academic year 22/23



      ☛ Once you submit the application for admission, you will have to wait for the official acceptance in the Master program, before starting the enrollment process.

      ☛ You must perform 2 enrollments, one for each degree, within the deadlines published for that purpose on the website.

      ☛ Registration implies effective entry to the master's course as a student.

      ☛ The availability of optional subjects shall be conditioned on a minimum registration of 25 students for each subject.

      Additional information

      • You may enrol on the master’s degree after completing the admission process and receiving formal confirmation of your acceptance.
      • When performing the enrolment you can choose between Full-time enrolment or Part-time enrolment.
      • The email address provided upon enrolment will be used for formal communications; students are therefore kindly requested to check their mail regularly.
      • Pursuant to the regulations of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, a student failing to pay any part of the fees will not be admitted and the enrolment process will be terminated. In cases of cancellation of enrolment due to non-payment, the University may demand the payment of the pending amounts for enrolment in previous academic courses as a prior condition of enrolment.
        No diploma or certificate will be issued if a student has any outstanding payments.

      ✎│Enrolment master’s programmes

      ✎│ECTS credits recognition