The Bachelor's Degree in Law from Nebrija University allows the student to acquire specialized training, focused on the practice of law or the business world, through the wide range of electives offered.
The program includes a legal clinic, where students work together with the partners of some of the most prestigious law firms in our country, such as Baker McKenzie, Écija and Maio, in solving cases for non-profit associations and/or corporations. This is a unique opportunity to learn about the professional world and the reality of the sector.
Nebrija University's Law School reinforces its international presence with collaboration agreements with the most prestigious academic networks in the world.
The Bachelor's Degree in Law is a magnificent alternative for those who wish to open up endless professional doors, in which we can highlight its high employability index in various sectors. The Nebrija University graduate has a special training to develop professionally in different areas of law, as a business lawyer, managing their own firm or working for one of the most prestigious law firms in Spain.
In addition, all the Bachelor's Degree courses carry out their professional internships in some of the most prestigious firms in Spain (Garrigues, Écija and Ramón y Cajal) or in public institutions, thanks to the agreement with the General Council of the Judiciary to carry out internships in Courts and Tribunals.
The Bachelor's degree in Law from Nebrija University stands out for the following differential characteristics:
In addition, you have the possibility of combining the Bachelor's Degree in Law with the Bachelor's Degrees in International Relations, Business Creation, Administration and Management, or Security, promoting employability and promoting the figure of a new global Social Sciences professional with an international and transversal character.Read Less
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Prestigious program endorsed by large companies and law firms such as Garrigues, Écija, PwC and Ramón y Cajal, in which our students can carry out their professional internships.
Student profile: Students interested in the practice of the legal profession.
Official Degree:Bachelor's Degree in Law
Center responsible:School of Law and International Relations
Branch of knowledge: Social and Legal Sciences
Openings available: - Classroom attendance: 100
- Blended: 150
Total Credits:240 credits.
. Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 90 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.
Academic year in which it was implemented: 2017
languages: - This degree in taught in Spanish and English.
- English level required at admission: A2 (MCERL)
- Students who take the subjects Fundamentals of Anglo-Saxon Law/Common law basics and Privacy and data protection/Privacy and data protection in English must certify level B2 (CEFR) or higher in that language.
Type of Education: Classroom attendance / Blended
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Our curriculum has been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation.
The student must take 240 credits
The student must obtain the 6 credits that make up this subject through:
The student can combine these two alternatives depending on their development needs until they obtain the 6 ECTS credits of the subject. Even having achieved the maximum number of ECTS credits, the student may continue to carry out cultural, sports, student representation, solidarity and cooperation activities whenever they wish, although this will not imply obtaining more ECTS credits.
Program which aims to promote the practical training of students, under the continuous supervision of the Department of Professional Careers of the University, the academic department corresponding to the degree and the company or collaborating institution where the practices are carried out. Advice is provided on the internship and there is follow-up and tutoring, always taking into account the professional orientation of each student.List of companies and institutions where undergraduate students have carried out internships under an educational cooperation agreement.. Procedure of action in the realization of External Internships Management process for external internships and Professional Guidance More Information on Internships in Companies
The subject consists of choosing a subject to research or study in the field of Law, and writing a dissertation on it and defending in before a tribunal.
This process will be supervised by a professor from the School in order for the student to acquire the criteria and procedures by carrying out the project.
Through the transversal subjects you will be able to complement your education and complete your CV in a practical, collaborative and fun way.
It is a voluntary program with no added cost. Upon completion, you will be provided with a diploma.Access all the information
Nebrija University, which is committed to languages and quality, provides the student with added value with the Diploma in English Professional Communication, which will allow him/her to achieve with confidence the competence demanded to successfully join the labor market.
It corresponds to level C1.More information here
The student must take 240 credits
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In RD1393/2007, the following basic competencies (CB) are described:
The Bachelor's Degree in Law follows a methodology based on teaching-learning, centered on the student, which promotes active participation and promotes the development of general and specific skills that demonstrate knowledge, skills and attitudes applicable in a future professional practice. The teaching methodology is based on the use of ICT as a support to collaborative work (forums, chats, meeting by videoconference), the teacher's orientations (agenda, bulletin board, document folder, links) and the submission of assignments (task mailbox and work tools). The Blackboard Virtual Campus will be used for this purpose.
All these techniques mean that the student assumes an active role in his/her academic training. In addition, the work of the professor acquires a guiding dimension of support and guidance, which must be consistent with a transparent and formative evaluation system that faithfully reflects the knowledge and skills acquired.
The training activities are carried out through different teaching strategies: online theoretical classes, online practical cases, online tutorials, and academic activities among which are the reading and analysis of jurisprudence, assignments through virtual resources, search and selection of jurisprudence and legislation; exams and activities for evaluation, individual or small group work.
General explanation by the professor and/or their assistants of the theoretical conceptual framework of each subject or area of the Bachelor's Degree, as well as all the conceptual orientations that must be taken into account by the student in order to correctly learn in accordance with the curriculum.
General explanation applied to the case in which the professor and/or their assistants focus on the issues being studied, discussed, debated or in conflict, guiding the practical application of the student's theoretical knowledge.
Resolution of cases posed to students after they have first completed them themselves and discussed them in class.
Personalized explanation, or in much smaller groups, designed to ensure the acquisition of specific knowledge and competences; resolution of theoretical or practical questions; orientation of the approaches and the monitoring of the procedures used by the students in the subject. The tutoring sessions may be carried out via email, telephone or telepresence. (Skype, illuminate, Collaborate...).
Activity to be carried out and submitted by students at the end of each of the courses. Students will also have to do short assignments (individual and/or in groups), as instructed by the professor. They will use the virtual platform and its functionalities to share documents and sources, as well as to work simultaneously on the same assignment.
Forums, chats, debates on issues related to the content of the subjects and their practical application.
Self-assessment test and other knowledge tests.
Search, selection and hierarchization of information, legislation and doctrine related to the contents of the subjects and/or topics of the Bachelor's Degree.
Individual reflection and analysis of the theoretical and practical contents of the subjects and/or topics of the Bachelor's Degree.
*Educational activities AF1 and AF2 will be in the case of the blended modality in face-to-face lectures, and at the Madrid-Princesa Campus. These sessions will be held two days a month, preferably on Fridays and Saturdays, from 09:00 to 18:00, with breaks for rest and food. In each monthly session the professors will present the theoretical part and propose the debate and discussion of cases of the corresponding subjects. Students must attend class, the attendance described in the subject sheets reflects this.
** AF10 Remote Tutoring will always be synchronous, because it requires the interaction of professor and student.
Students will take a final exam or a final project for each subject. To pass the course, the student must obtain a grade equal to or greater than 5 on a scale of 0-10, with 0 being the minimum grade and 10 the maximum.
The grading will be based on the following documents:
The company tutor's evaluation report will count as 50% of the final grade and the student's report will be the other 50%.
Each student, individually, must create a report in which all the competences and learning acquired are synthesized. Likewise, the student must present and defend said project before a university tribunal.
The professor will keep track of the students' attendance at the synchronous sessions. Likewise, student participation and intervention in the programmed activities will be evaluated.
Execution of assignments, reports and portfolios, in which students must write and present by videoconference all the information that is collected, reviewed and analyzed.
The final tests or exercises of each subject will always be taken face-to-face.
In the final grade of the subject, the grade of said final test is weighted with the rest of the evaluation elements, with variable weighting percentages for the different elements, depending on the specific contents of the subject or course. The specific weighting percentages in each subject appear in the documentation given to the student at the beginning of the academic year.
All grades will be accessible online, in the student's private area.
The Antonio de Nebrija University, in addition to complying with the conditions of admission to bachelor's degree studies in accordance with current legislation, requires candidates to pass its own access tests, both for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
Likewise, Nebrija University respects the provisions of Article 13 of RD 1892/2008 and its subsequent modifications regarding passing the university entrance exam:
“1. Access to Spanish universities, both public and private, to take the studies leading to obtaining the various diplomas titles of the official university degree that are valid throughout the national territory, will generally require passing the test, referred to in Article 38 of Organic Law 2/2006, of May 3, on Education, which is regulated in this royal decree, notwithstanding the other cases provided for in Article 3 of this royal decree”.
Students who are in any of the following academic situations can apply for admission into the first year:
On the other hand, students who have completed university studies at another Spanish or foreign university and want to continue them at the Antonio de Nebrija University, or who want to start other studies at this University, can also apply for admission.
Students must present the application form for admission to the University along with the required documentation. The submission of the application for admission, together with the form for choosing the date for the admission tests, can be done in person during a visit to the University, or can be sent by post. Likewise, the admission procedure can be started by filling in the online admission form.
The Promotion and Admissions Department confirms to the candidate having received the printed or online application, and will summon him/her to the admission tests. On the day of the test, the candidate must submit, if he/she has not done so in advance, the following documentation:
At the Antonio de Nebrija University, the admission procedures established by university legislation will be carried out with particular reference to the guiding principles of access to Spanish universities: equality, merit, ability, universal accessibility and adjustment to the criteria of the European Higher Education Area.
The admission process consists of several phases that are described below:
All candidates who wish to apply for admission must submit the following documentation:
1. Application for admission, completed and signed.
2. Receipt of payment of the registration fees.
3. Photocopy of the DNI (on both sides) or passport.
4. Two passport-size photographs.
5. Although it is not a mandatory document, we recommend a letter of introduction from a teacher/tutor from the center of origin where the student studied, to be attached to the academic documents submitted for the application.
In addition, according to the student's access path to the Bachelor's Degree, the following documentation will be requested:
6. Baccalaureate Academic Record.
7. University Access Exam (PAU).
8. Access credentials to the Spanish University issued by the UNED, for students from the International Baccalaureate or with a European Community Baccalaureate Degree.
9. Specific university access test for international students.
10. For candidates with a completed university degree or with Advanced Vocational Training Programs, academic record of the completed degree.
11.For the students who come through record transfer, academic record of the subjects taken and curricula of each of the subjects passed.
Only candidacies who have submitted the required documentation within the deadlines established by the Admissions Department will be processed. In addition, the student will be asked for all the additional information that is deemed appropriate to know the candidate's suitability for the Bachelor's degree.
For the purposes of pre-admission and admission, the evaluation of the candidate will be made with a scale of 0 to 10 points, taking into account the following criteria and percentages:
1.- Academic record of the student's path of origin: 60%
2.- Psychotechnical multiple-choice test: 10%
This test consists of a competences/skills assessment test related to: skills in intellectual work, attitudes towards cooperation and teamwork, time and resource management. We will try to determine if the candidate has sufficient motivation, training and knowledge, abilities, aptitudes, communication skills, extracurricular activities and future interests necessary to be admitted as a student in the Bachelor's Degree in Law at the Antonio de Nebrija University.
3.- English level test: 10% Students who wish to take the subjects Common Law Basics and Privacy and Data Protection in English must prove to have a B2 level (CEFR) or higher in that language.
In addition to the competences established in the Bachelor's Degree in Law, another has been included that is related to adequate knowledge of the English language, both oral and written. To this end, the Vice-Rector’s Office of Academic Organization and Faculty has established a series of strategies of a diverse nature to facilitate the acquisition of said competence by students, among which are the use of materials in English and the programming of subjects in English.
In order to know the students' real English level, the Department of Modern Languages will carry out a level test at the beginning of the studies. Based on the results of this test, the students will simultaneously take the Bachelor's Degree in Law, depending on each student's placement, and the "Diploma in Modern Languages (English)". The subjects that are part of this Diploma are extracurricular, but certification of C1 level is guaranteed for graduates.
The English level test is a written exam with multiple-choice questions on oral and written comprehension and use of the language. It lasts 60 minutes and the student must demonstrate to have at least knowledge of the English language at an A2 level (CEFR) to take the Bachelor's Degree in Law in Spanish, and a B2 level (CEFRL) or higher to take the Bachelor's Degree in Law with the option of subjects in English: Common Law Basics and Privacy and data protection (CEFR). The tests are taken in person and are carried out in computer rooms on each campus.
4.- Specific test of knowledge about the Bachelor's Degree in Law. It is a multiple-choice test, and consists mainly of specific contents of some of the main areas of general knowledge that will be taken in the degree chosen by the candidate, in addition to other elements common to all degrees. This test will be 20% of the total.
5.- Personal interview: a strategy to know the characteristics of the applicants, carried out by the psychopedagogical orientation department, as a diagnosis of all the candidates, we will apply a personality test that explores the emotional, intellectual, social and norms and values areas of each candidate of the Bachelor's Degree in Law at the Antonio de Nebrija University.
In the event that an applicant presents any clinical indicator, an in-depth interview will be carried out with the psychologists of the Department of Educational Psychology, and if necessary, will be sent for clinical evaluation by the specialist professors in Psychiatry or/and Clinical Psychology.
All tests and student records will be assessed and evaluated by the Bachelor's Degree Admissions Commission, taking into account the criteria reflected in the "PGA_11 Procedure for the Operation of the Bachelor's Degree Admissions Commission", which are part of the Internal Regulations that regulate the access of the candidates to the University.
There are several future career opportunities, from practicing the profession of lawyer both in Spain and abroad, always after fulfilling the other requirements that the general regulations impose, such as consultancy for companies, the integration of large professional firms and consultants, or public service through the numerous pubic examinations, for which the degree in law provides training, are all options that our students can consider.
The Bachelor's Degree in Law of Nebrija University has some of the most relevant companies and institutions in the sector as partners of the program, endorsing the quality of the Degree and facilitating the students to carry out their professional internships. UNICEF, Pwc, Écija, Ramón y Cajal and Santander are some of these companies.
Some of the professions for graduates are:
You will be able to integrate into different departments of the company, such as:
The commitment of Nebrija University to the academic requirement, training in leading companies and institutions, innovation in multidisciplinary programs and international projection, places the University in the top positions of the most important rankings.
The International Ranking QS Stars awards Nebrija University the maximum score in the quality and satisfaction of students in teaching, employability of the graduates and the internationalization of the institution.
The national rankings also recognize Nebrija University as the first Spanish university in teaching and second in employability, highlighting its performance in research, knowledge transfer and internationalization.
The Bologna Declaration formalized the principles on which the European Higher Education Area should be based: quality, mobility, diversity, competitiveness and employment growth.
From this, Nebrija stands as an academic model of reference, educating students with excellent individual behavior, interaction with their environment and motivated by and for constant and continuous training. The Nebrija Institute of Professional Skills works every day to achieve the differentiation of our students through the development of attitudes and skills.
The main objective is for students to achieve the best of themselves through the development and empowerment of their personal skills and resources through personal self-knowledge.
In addition, some of the professional skills that are worked on within the three seminars are those related to interpersonal skills and active communication skills and negotiation, indispensable for our students to know how to transmit ideas, to argue them, to provide information and opinions in an adequate, clear and convincing way.
Within what will be their work performance, other aspects such as teamwork, conflict resolution and project management ability will be worked on.
In the third block, skills worked on are those aimed at increasing the student's employability. They will work with tools and techniques for job searching, and perform tasks that achieve in the student a greater use of their personal skills.
For all this we have currently active experts in selection of people, professionals dedicated to personal and professional training and professionals dedicated to the world of communication and the arts.
In this way, and in a complementary way to his/her specific training, we help the student create a differentiating pattern in the social and business environment in which he/she will be immersed when he/she finishes his/her studies.
After studying the curriculum map of Nebrija University's Bachelor's degrees, the Secretariat of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation of Ecuador (SENESCYT) recognizes this Bachelor's degree through document number SENESCYT-SGES-SFA-2019-0722-O
The International Mobility Office of Nebrija University makes a constant effort to monitor the agreements with the most prestigious universities.
Thus, our law students (if they wish) can carry out part of their studies abroad, either taking advantage of the Erasmus program, or visiting for a semester or an academic year any of the universities with which the University has a bilateral agreement.
NOTE The host universities, offered by degree, may vary according to the International Mobility Program. For more up-to-date information, students can consult the online information in the International Mobility Program.
Several universities have special academic or language requirements. For more information, consult the Department of International Programs.
The purpose of this initiative is to provide top-level legal advice and practice to non-profit organizations, covering real legal needs, of social interest and in a totally voluntary and altruistic manner.
This legal advice is carried out by the students of the Department of Law (Bachelor's and Master's degrees). It allows them to know and delve into specific areas of law, put them into practice and, always under the coordination of the university's clinic managers and the legal direction of the lawyers appointed by the firms.
Thanks to this activity, students will be able to increase their visibility in the job market, boost their personal brand and have access to networking in the area. Also, national conferences are held, enabling contact with the best companies and law firms. Likewise, it will be possible to learn first-hand about real and effective legal practice through mentors with extensive experience.
Generate professional experience, new contacts, current knowledge, obtain responsibilities and take on challenges individually and in groups.
For the realization of this project, four of the best legal firms in our country have signed collaboration agreements.
Lecture by Professor Rogelio Pérez-Bustamante, organized by the Antonio de Nebrija Foundation together with the School of Law and International Relations, as part of the events commemorating the 5th Centenary of Antonio de Nebrija.
The team of the School of Law and International Relations, made up of students Alejandra Moreno Garcia, Maria Ros Saura and Sofia Pascual Tabares, and trained by our professor Jordi Regi, has qualified for the oral phase of the Moot Court organized by the Spanish Association for the Study of European Law (ADEUR).Read more
Pre-university students from Madrid and from different provinces participated in this debate league organized by Nebrija University on the Madrid–Princesa Campus.
Opening Ceremony of the academic year at the Madrid-Princess Campus of the Nebrija University.
The School of Law and International Relations presents one of its most consolidated and demanded programs, with the presence of some of the best professionals in the sector.
Event in which Nebrija talent connects with companies, organized by Nebrija Alumni and the Professional Careers department.