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Université Al Akhawayn - Ifrane

Comparative Business Law (Part time in Casablanca)

Email : eecc@aui.ma

TEL : 05 22 50 36 64
05 35 86 23 04

Fax : 05 22 50 36 76 / 05 35 86 23 07

Présentation de Comparative Business Law (Part time in Casablanca)

Établissement : School of Business Administration : SBA (Ecole d’Administration des Affaires)

Type de formation : Continue

Type de diplôme : Master Professionnel

Discipline : Commerce et Gestion

Domaine : Economie, Commerce et Gestion

Objectifs : The AUI Master in Comparative Business Law will provide you with the necessary technical skills and knowledge required of an International business law professional through exploration of selected African (including OHADA and IslamiciSharla), European, and Anglo-American legal systems. Through analysis of the variances and similarities between these legal systems, the course will equip students with an understanding of the legal structures among these jurisdictions.

Upon completion of the program you should be able to:
• Understand the basics of African (including IslamIcISharra and OHADA), European and Anglo-American business law.
• Understand the Interplay of different legal systems.
• Analyze complex legal and regulatory questions within national and intemational frameworks.


Durée de la formation :

2 ans

Secteurs de recrutement :

The Master in Comparative Business Law provides the foundation for understanding foreign legal systems and procedures, enabling you to deal effectively with foreign lawyers and the foreign elements of legal situations.
Dramatic Increases in the globalization of businesses and governments demand greater use of comparative law. Such studies can be applied to areas involving international trade, banking and finance, intellectual properly, environmental law, employment law, trade compliance, and antitrust and competition law. This kind of specialization is primarily used in dealing with the legal affairs of businesses, although it often plays an important part in dealing with the legal problems of individuals.
Legal professionals with such a specialization are often employed in corporations or are part of law firms. Many are also employed by government agencies of all kinds. Others work in intergovernmental organizations such as the World Bank, the World Health Organization, the World Trade Organization, and the World Intellectual Property Organization. NGOs also rely on comparative expertise.


CONDITIONS D'ADMISSION : The usual requirement for entry to the AUI Master in Comparative Business Law is a Bachelor's Degree in Law, a Bachelor's Degree with substantial law content, or relevant practical experience.
Applicants whose first language is not English must take the TOEFL exam for English competency.

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