Internship in the Master in European Business Law typically start in early April and must continue for a minimum of eight to twelve consecutive weeks. Beyond that, the internship’s supervisor and the student may certainly agree to extend the relationship until end of September at the latest.
The internship is made up with 480 working hours split in 40 hours a week. Students shall be motivated, but also curious and personally involved, in order to put into practice the knowledge they have gathered during their courses.
The internship, aiming to complete the degree course, is a perfect occasion for students to identify the kind of work or missions they are able to apply to, be it after their last year of Master, or following an extra year to access the lawyer’s functions.
A student’s performance in the internship will be evaluated by his or her individual internship supervisor.
The privileged relationships with renowned law firm of Luxembourg, as well as the collaboration with leading speakers form the legal sector offer a unique opportunity for students to take their internship in:
- Specialised law firm in:
- Substantive business law: contracts, companies, persons and family
- Procedural Law and Private International Law
- Comparative law of Member States
- Services companies whose activity is linked to regulatory or governance requirements