Master in International Economic Law Dual-Degree Program

  • Eligible Semester: 2L Year
  • Degree Earned: Masters degree (M2) in International Economic Law  (MINTEC)
  • Language of Instruction: English
  • Length of Program: One academic year
  • U.S. Citizen need a Visa? U.S. citizens must apply for a visa through the French Embassy

 

APPLICATION DEADLINES:

Stetson Outbound Application: Stetson Application for OUTBOUD Stetson Students
February 15                                        
(for dual-degree fall entry)

Toulouse Inbound Application: Stetson Application for INBOUND Toulouse Students
May 10                                      (for dual-degree fall entry)

 

ESTIMATED SEMESTER DATES:

  • WELCOME DAY: Mid-September
  • Class Start Date: Approx. 4 days after Orientation
  • Winter Break: December 21 - January 3 (estimated)
  • Semester End Date: End of March/early April
  • Internship Report or Master Thesis Due: By mid-August
  • Exams April - July

The Master in International Economic Law dual-degree program is offered in partnership by Stetson University College of Law and Toulouse University, in Toulouse, France. The program is open to second-year Stetson students in good academic standing who are interested in immersing themselves into French legal culture. The French portion is taught in English and includes a mandatory French language course. Completion of the J.D. and Masters in International Economic Law can be completed in 3 years.

The study of international economic law in France will prepare Stetson students to understand the dynamics of international economic organizations and will train them to work at the corporate level as well as international institutions not only in France but in other member states of the European Union. During their studies they study and acquire a full knowledge of the main principles of regional trade agreements and international contracts, and gain global legal skills throughout their Master studies. In France, students will study the major European Union law that regulates international transactions. They will gain an understanding of the U.S., and European legal systems that will help them as worldwide legal practitioners.

Important Note: For more information, please contact the International Programs Office at (727) 562-7849 or  [email protected].