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Advanced Master of Intellectual Property Rights and ICT Law
KU Leuven Campus Brussels
|Address||KU Leuven Campus Brussels, Warmoesberg 26, 1000 Brussel, Belgium|
|Tel. No.||+32 2 210 13 24|
|Website address||Course website|
|Course||Advanced Master of Intellectual Property Rights & ICT Law|
|Type of courses||Full-time and part-time |
Evening programme: Classes are held on weekdays from 6 pm onwards.
|Length of courses||10-12 months|
|Date of commencement||September 2018|
|Student accommodation||Student accommodation is not available on campus but the Social Services of Campus Brussels may assist students in finding a suitable place to stay.|
|Fees||€3500 (if followed on a full-time basis during 1 year)|
|Exchange partner school||EULISP programme|
|Major recruiters of graduates of this course||International law firms, companies in the ICT and media sector, regulators, public administration, academic institutions, etc.|
|Student profile||1. Ratio of National / Overseas students: 50 / 50 2. Ratio of Men / Women: 50 / 50 3. Age range: 22 -|
|Admission requirements||IInternational students (please note that other rules are applicable to students with a master’s degree obtained in the Flemish, French or German Community of Belgium, cf. http://www.law.kuleuven.be/brussel/en/education/intellectual_property_rights/application need to have obtained a degree considered to be equivalent to a Master’s degree in Law. However, students that have obtained a Master degree in other disciplines may also be admitted subject to a positive evaluation of their full application file. |
If the master’s degree is awarded outside of the European Union: admission on the condition that a special training course “Introduction to European law” is completed.
If the master’s degree is awarded within the European Union: admission on the condition that a special training course “Introduction to law” is completed unless students obtained a master’s degree in law or a master’s degree in a discipline that includes an introduction in law of at least 60 hours.
Applicants without a degree issued by a higher education institute of the Flemish Community must apply for admission first. All relevant information is available at http://www.kuleuven.be/application/instructions.html.
A minimum level of proficiency in the English language (not for students awarded a degree by the French or German Community in Belgium) is required. The following certificates are accepted:
|Contact details for application||KU Leuven Campus Brussels |
tel. +32 2 210 13 24
|Course director:||Prof. Anton Vedder|
Timing & Location
Courses are taught in the evening, from 6 pm onwards, in Brussels. The buildings of KU Leuven campus Brussels can be reached in a ten minute walk from Brussels Central Station. It is possible to participate in the programme on a part-time basis, spreading the programme over two years.
The Advanced Master of Intellectual Property Rights and ICT Law is organised by KU Leuven. The classes are taught at the Brussels campus.
Studying in the capital of Europe
KU Leuven Brussels campus is situated in the historical centre of Brussels. It is surrounded by many European and international organisations. Brussels truly is ‘the capital of Europe’, hosting meetings and sessions of the European Commission, the European Parliament, NATO and many diplomatic missions and international organizations. In addition the many international firms and financial institutions that have their HQ in Brussels make the city one of the world’s biggest financial markets.
KU Leuven - Inspiring the Outstanding
Founded in 1425, KU Leuven – University of Leuven has been a centre of learning for nearly six centuries. Today, it is Belgium's highest-ranked university as well as one of the oldest and most renowned universities in Europe.
As Europe’s most innovative university (Reuters 2016) and co-founder of the League of European Research Universities (LERU), KU Leuven offers a wide variety of international study programmes, all supported by high-quality, innovative, interdisciplinary research. From Science, Engineering and Technology to the Humanities and Social Sciences, KU Leuven has 16 faculties and offers degree programmes in virtually every academic discipline – take your pick!
Since its foundation, KU Leuven has been based in the city that shares its name. Leuven is a modern, bustling and safe student town, where centuries-rich history meets cutting-edge science. The university also offers degree programmes at campuses in 11 Belgian cities, including Brussels - the beating heart of Europe.
Boasting an outstanding central location in the heart of Europe, KU Leuven offers a truly international experience, high-quality education and world-class research and innovation.
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