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Course Code:
DN615
Title:
BCL Maitrise
College:
UCD (NUI)
Qualification:
Level on the National Framework of Qualifications
Duration:
4 Years

 

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This new four year dual degree programme consists of two degrees: the Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) and the Maitrise. Students who successfully complete this programme will be awarded the BCL degree from UCD and a French law degree, the Maitrise, from the University of Pantheon Assas (Paris II). First two year spent in Ireland, second year spent in France. This degree will give the same exemptions as the standard BCL in Ireland and the standard Law Maitrise in France.

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BCL/Maîtrise graduates can progress to professional legal training in Ireland or France. With fluency in the French language and a detailed knowledge of the French legal system, graduates of this programme are ideally prepared for careers as lawyers/linguists in Europe. 

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2013 Points

550

Change from 2012: 

25

History: 2012 - 525
2011 - 555
2010 - 500
2009 - 550
2008 - 535
2007 - 560
2006 - 550
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