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Bachelor's Degree in Law

Bachelor's degree in Law; course of study Law
Droit, Economie, Gestion

Academic year : 2017 / 2018

last update 04/12/2012

    Course objectives and characteristics

    The Bachelor's Degree is designed in such a way as to provide fundamental training for jurists through acquisition of methods and basic legal knowledge every year, and throughout every semester.

    This involves training students who possess and have mastered the basics of the science and art of legal matters.

    In this respect, the course is structured around private law and public law. The fundamental objective is to train versatile and capable lawyers to commit themselves to a specialisation at Master's level, such as the Master's degree in business law or in public law, which is also suitable for integrating students into the world of work or for preparing them for administrative competitive exams.

    In the final year of the Bachelor's degree (L3), the students are given the opportunity to embellish their course of study in law by choosing private law modules - special contract law or property law - or public law modules - public international law or administrative property law. This allows the students to further their knowledge in subjects which they are more interested in, but without confining them to a specialisation too early on. Finally, the bachelor's degree provides linguistic skills: students may benefit from a language module, Modern Language 1 or Modern Language 2.

     

     

    Course structure

    The final year (L3) marks the beginning of specialisation.

    It is made up of two teaching semesters, at the end of which exams are organised. The lessons, Tutorials (known as TD) and Practical Seminars (or TP), are organised into Teaching Units (TU). Some subjects are compulsory, others are chosen from a range of options. These optional papers offer students the chance to study topics of interest from the course in greater detail and/or to discover topics from other disciplines and to explore inter-disciplinary approaches.

     

     

    Accompagnement pédagogique

    Students receive academic support in various forms throughout their studies : 

    • Access to online services (academic portal, course resources, personal online progress monitoring),
    • A designated supervising tutor,
    • Advice on orientation towards a Master's degree, provided by the teaching team and the PIOLE centre (Information and Orientation for Pupils and Students),
    • Opportunities to obtain diplomas in modern languages and ICT during the course (CLES, C2I).

     

     

     

    Internship

    The teaching units are supplemented by a work placement.

     

    Professional prospects

    Once the student has graduated, bearing in mind the general training in law which has been acquired they may apply for a job in the professional private or public law sector or any other sector where the qualities of rigour and understanding of specific issues acquired in general legal training are appreciated.

    Students from the University Institute for Vocational Training course of study have more vocational and more focused prospects.

    The course also allows students to register for various competitions, in particular for civil services, which require a "Bac + 3" level in order to compete.

     

     

    Further study

    Further studies at the University of Evry-Val-d’Essonne

    This course can lead directly to further studies up to Master's level (Bac +5) and beyond.

     

     

    Terms of admission

    In L3:

    The student must have 120 credits (ECTS) in this course of study or 120 credits (ECTS) in one of the other courses in this field of student, along with the course administrator's agreement. 

     

    Practical Information

    • Renseigments complémentaires :

      Course administrator Law :

      • Frédérique COULEE
      • frederique.coulee@univ-evry.fr 
      • +33 (0)1 69 47 70 34

       

       

      Registrar's office

      Semester 5

      • CM : Lectures
      • TD : Tutorials

       Teaching Unit Titles

      CM

      TD 

       TU1: 3 subjects with Tutorial chosen from the following:

       

       

      Social law I

       36

       18

       International public law I

       36

       18

       Administrative property law

       36

       18

       Civil law: property

       36

       18

       TU2

       

       

      One subject from the TU 1 subjects not chosen as a Tutorial

       36

       

       Judicial law

       36

       

      Modern language I (English, Spanish or German)

       

      18 

       Free teaching unit

       

      18 

       

       

      Semester 6

       Teaching unit titles

       CM

      TD 

       TU3: 3 subjects with Tutorial chosen from the following:

       

       

       Social law II

       36

       18

       International public law II

       36

       18

       Public freedoms and fundamental rights

       36

       18

       Civil law: special contracts

       36

       18

       Administrative law: civil service

       36

       18

       TU4

       

       

       One subject from the TU 3 subjects not chosen as a Tutorial

       36

       

       Substantive Community law

       36

       

      Modern language I (English, Spanish or German)

       

      18 

       Free teaching unit

       

      18 

       

       

      Objet du réglement du contrôle des connaissances

      Examinations and awarding of degrees
       Bachelor’s degree = 180 validated ECTS* credits.
      Teaching Units are assessed by written and oral examinations.
      The programme of assessments which leads to the awarding of a Bachelor’s degree includes examinations for each semester of the course, comprising :

      • A system of continuous assessment (which may be based on marks awarded for coursework) for the subjects taught in tutorials and/or seminars;
      • A final examination;
      • A combination of both methods.

      Nonetheless, the continuous assessment method is prioritised as much as possible.
      Two distinct examination sessions are organised over the course of the academic year.
      The first examination sessions take place shortly after each semester, with the second (re-sits) held in September.

       

       

       


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