Here’s everything you need to know concerning your Master’s.
The Master’s in Law and Management offers advanced training in Law on subjects of particular relevance to corporate clients. It also offers training in Business management, namely in Accounting, Marketing, Strategy, Human Resources Management and Finance. It develops personal skills in leadership and negotiation, and helps the student understand firms’ financial information with the ultimate aim of connecting legal concepts with their accounting representation and the managerial issues faced by the modern corporation.
Applications to the Master’s in Law and Management can be filed in May and July (check NOVA School of Law’s website).
Applications are filed online at NOVA School of Law’s website.
Applicants must hold a B.S., a B.A. or an equivalent undergraduate degree.
You can. However, the application will not be processed until you provide proof of all the coursework successfully undertaken towards your undergraduate degree and the final G.P.A. obtained therein.
You must file online a motivation letter, your CV (in the European format), copy of your undergraduate diploma, proof of your fiscal identification number, and your national ID or any other identity proving document.
The application fee is EUR 51. It may be payed through MB or PayPal.
Yes, you can. You must make proof of all the coursework successfully undertaken towards your undergraduate degree or the final G.P.A. obtained therein. However, final acceptance is conditional on obtaining the reconhecimento de nível until September 30. The reconhecimento de nível or registo da habilitação can be applied for at UNL’s Rectory or online on the DGES website.
Applicants are ordered according to two equally-weighted criteria: (i) final G.P.A. obtained in the undergraduate degree, (ii) adequacy and relevance of the applicant’s undergraduate degree for the Master’s in Law and Management.
This criterium weights the undergraduate degree’s major, with a preference for a Law major, English proficiency, post-graduate training in subject areas deemed useful for the Master’s in Law and Management (e.g., LLM), undergraduate grades obtained in subjects of relevance to the Master’s in Law and Management (namely, Civil Law, Commercial Law and Tax Law), work experience in areas relevant for the Master’s in Law and Management, other items that are indicative of adequacy, such as merit awards, participation in international conferences, and quality of the motivation letter.
It amounts to EUR 4600 per year.
Tuition is payable in eight instalments. The first instalment is due with enrollment, whereas the remaining instalments’ due dates are announced each year in Edital de Propinas.
All students must pay tuition regardless of whether or not they hold a scholarship. This applies to all students, including those holding or expecting the awarding of a Serviços de Acção Social scholarship.
The classes timetable is available at NOVA School of Law’s website.
The Master’s in Law and Management course curriculum, as well as more information regarding it are available at NOVA School of Law's website.
Students who successfully complete the coursework but do not wish to write a master thesis will be awarded a diploma of post-graduate studies in Law and Management.
The Master’s in Law and Management is taught in English.