If you are interested in studying at our Faculty for one semester, or signing up for only one or several subjects on any of our courses, you can do it as a visiting student at the General Secretariat.
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Why study at our Law Faculty?
Since it was created in 1886, our Faculty has been renowned for its teaching and successful training in the practice of Law (we have been ranked 1st among all Spanish universities for teaching quality in the last u-ranking.es report). At our Faculty, you will be able to steer your career towards Public Law, Private Law or Transnational Law. You will also have the opportunity to take advantage of our range of specialisation pathways (economic and corporate law, digital legal education, labour and international relations).
Personalised guidance for visiting students
As a visiting student, you will be assigned a contact person (a Law Faculty lecturer) who will give you guidance and advice, or will answer any queries you may have about your academic progress. He/She will also support you in your development as a person and a professional during your stay at our University.
Have made up your mind to come to our Faculty?
You should contact the “General Secretariat” at the University of Deusto to receive more information about the processes and requirements to go on a mobility scheme.
If you need further information about our courses, do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com
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