​The Master's degree in Business Law with international aspects is designed for students who already have a first degree. The Master Distance is designed as a "blended learning" concept and provides a balanced combination of the study elements: "Editing the study books", "interactive studying in the virtual auditorium" (from home), some presence lectures on site at one of the nationwide study centers and of laying of tests in a home nearby study centre.
The Master Programme in Business Law is thus largely independent of location as distance studies alongside career with a 5-semester examination be completed. the academic Master's degree at the DIPLOMA allows graduates a subsequent doctorate.
Master's program in International Business Law
In distance learning, the students acquire the basic modules of practical and theoretical knowledge in the area of International economic law. Using different case constellations finds a differentiated discussion based instead on scientific principles and research of international business law. be Furthermore, depending on the choice of the student, in two of the Main focus of studies "Corporate Security", "Corporate Tax Law" and "Treaty design in the international context" Professional knowledge.
Students acquire the expertise needed to indicate forward-looking action to assess risks associated with business decisions based on legal issues and to develop concrete solutions and to accompany them in the implementation.
International Business Law in practice
After a successful academic master's degree, in particular, professional applications in service companies that are active in cross-border and international legal consulting business result. Due to the global economic network, the demand for corporate lawyers in international companies is high.
Distance learning: 5 semesters / 120 ECTS The actual study time can be extended study free of charge up to 4 semesters over the normal period.
With sufficient number of participants in the winter term (October) and summer term (April).
Accreditation of the course by the accreditation agency FIBAA.
Tuition and Fees
Distance learning: € 297.00 / month (. Total amount € 8,910.00 plus one-off examination fee of € 915.00)
Passed bachelor or diploma exam DIPLOMA at university or at another university or college (esp. in the fields of economics or law) or least equivalent foreign degree in the same or related field of study with a Normal period of at least six semesters.
Applicants whose final grade her first professional academic degree "sufficient" is on, can not participate in the Master's program. Applicants with the conclusion "satisfactory" shall state in a free placement test that they are able to complete this study successfully.
Master of Laws (LL.M.) - Graduates receive a Master's certificate and a -Urkunde and a penned in English so-called "diploma supplement" and a "Transcript of Records" (Transcript of Records), which she / deport him internationally as an academic with a Master's degree. After the Bologna decisions a master's degree-holder has knowledge the requirements for a doctorate.
MAIN AREAS OF STUDY
Corporate Tax Law
The election-focused corporate tax law is part of the Master's program Business Law with international aspects (LL.M.). The aim of this module is to respond to corporate tax issues and implement their practical use in companies. Among other things, Contents covered:
corporate Income Tax law
Taxation of international companies
Taxation of the Shareholders
The election-focused corporate tax law is part of the Master's program Business Law with international aspects (LL.M.). The module shows that not only in the run-up to crisis situations, company-assured measures, including successors, are to be initiated and implemented. Rather, the different design options are presented from the perspective of long-term continuity and weighed against each other. On the basis of the sale of the company, the relocation of the company, the rehabilitation in the event of insolvency and the design possibilities of the succession regulations, company safeguards are examined as an example.
Below are the contents again in the overview:
Sale of business contracts / Relocation
European Insolvency Act and rehabilitation in case of insolvency
Design of succession / inheritance tax and businesses
Contract Management in International Context
The election-focused contracts in an international context is part of the Master's program Business Law with international aspects (LL.M.) with the following contents:
International economic contracts
Typical contract clauses
Typical types of international economic agreements