This course is available as “initial education” (students) and as “on-going education” (employees, self-employed, job-seekers).
For students holding an LL.B., a Bachelor's degree in Economic and Social Administration, in Political Science or in other subjects.
For students who have completed four academic years. Other applicants may benefit from recognition of knowledge and experience measures (V.A.P. - Validation des Acquis Professionnels) based on work experience.
Admission to the LL.M. Degree in Information Systems and Information Technology Law is not limited to jurists. It can also be granted to students whose professional profile or career plan requires proficiency in Internet law. For instance, computer or telecommunications engineers, graphic designers or Website creators, publishers, archivists...
Admission to the course is not de jure. A committee examines applications and selects applicants based on past scholastic performance and availability of studying places (30).
In addition to administrative documents, applicants have to provide a cover letter detailing objectives, a full curriculum vitae, a detailed report card of previous studies and of all academic results and, if need be, a detailed report of the experience gained in the course of a legal profession.
Applicants may be invited to a face to face or telephone interview by the admissions committee when deemed necessary.
Foreign applicants need to speak fluent French to be able to take part in the course. A certificate of competence will be required for that purpose.