Specialize in Labor Law with Nebrija University's own degree, in collaboration with Sagardoy Business & Law School, which delves into the impact of all regulatory and jurisprudential changes and the foreseeable reforms of the regulatory framework.
The teaching staff is made up of lawyers from Sagardoy, EY, BBVA, Ferrovial, members of the labor inspectorate and other prestigious lawyers from the administration, as well as from other law firms.
The Master's Degree in Labor Law is offered as a complement to the Master's Degree in Legal Practice and Representation, in its face-to-face modality, to be chosen from among three other degrees in Tax Law, Regulatory Sector Law and International Business Law, which aim to promote the specialization of students by expanding their professional horizons.
The Master's Degree in Legal Practice and Representation is recognized throughout the European Higher Education Area and as enabling training for the purposes provided for in current Law 34/2006 of October 30 on access to the professions of Lawyer and Court Attorney.
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Discover our Master's Degree in Legal Practice and Representation, which in its face-to-face modality is combined with one of the four own Master's degrees, in order to acquire a high level of specialization. These programs have been designed in collaboration with our partners (Sagardoy, PriceWaterhouseCoopers) and will facilitate our students' access to leading international firms and companies in their sectors of activity.
- Lawyers who are experts in the application of labor law, personnel management, occupational risks, etc.
- Legal advisers in the management of staff and human resources.
- Consultants on legal issues of the protection of social rights, collective bargaining, labor disputes, etc.
Degree:Own Master's Degree in Labor Law
Center responsible:School of Law and International Relations
Branch of knowledge: Social and Legal Sciences
Openings available: 10
Total Credits:60 credits.
Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.
Academic year in which it was implemented:2021 - 2022
Type of Education: Classroom Attendance
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The student must take 60 credits
The admission process consists of the following phases:
The following documentation must be sent by post or courier to the Postgraduate Admissions Section:
Once the complete documentation has been received, and it has been verified that the diploma presented grants access to a Master's degree, as established in Arts.15 and 16 of Royal Decree 1393/2007, candidates take the proficiency test of the chosen program, which is carried out by the Department of University Development.
The test takes place in person in Madrid and in different Spanish cities and, additionally, it can be taken remotely for those candidates residing outside of Spain.
The proficiency test, which aims to analyze the student's ability to complete the Master's program, assesses the candidate's profile and skills, so it does not require prior preparation and allows the student to receive more comprehensive and personalized advice on his/her academic and career options.
The proficiency test consists of three parts. The first is an aptitude test with which the maturity of the student is evaluated and the reasons that lead him/her to study with us are analyzed. The second is a Spanish placement test, depending on the case, for those students who cannot prove that they have the required level, in which the Intermediate Level must be reached, and the third is a face-to-face or telephone interview with the Program Coordinator in which the student enrolls or with the School Director.
Once the aforementioned proficiency test has been passed, the candidate maintains a personal interview with the Coordinator of the Program in which he/she is enrolled or with the School Director.
2.- After the admission tests, the Admissions Committee analyzes the results and the documentation submitted by the candidate and approves or rejects the application. The candidate receives written information about his/her admission, about the process of formalizing his/her enrollment in the Program and about the definitive documentation, duly legalized, that he/she must submit.
3.- Formalize registration and enrollment.
After registration, the candidate proceeds to formalize his/her enrollment, choosing subjects online and completing the required information. Throughout the process, the candidate is permanently in contact with the Department of University Development and with the academic managers of the chosen Program, who advise them on any questions they may have.
The weighting of the different phases are as follows:
- Admission test: 25%
- Interview: 25%
- Transcript of previous studies: 50%
The graduate in Master's Degree in Legal Practice and Representation + Master’s Degree in Labor Law – Sagardoy may exercise his/her professional activity (after fulfilling the legal requirements for it) in:
Students, professors and great professionals and leaders of their sector participated in the various events that took place during the Week of the School of Law and International Relations. Manuel Marchena, president of the 2nd Chamber of the Supreme Court, and Joao Mira Gomes, Portuguese ambassador to Spain, spoke to our students.