Master's in Law and Financial Markets
This course aims to:
a) Sedimentary and deepen the basic legal knowledge acquired in the degree, particularly in areas with a closer link to markets and investments;
b) To encourage a critical and interdisciplinary approach to knowledge, providing the acquisition of own knowledge base of other branches of knowledge, in order to give the lawyer the tools necessary to understand the key products and financial instruments and the quantification of activity and management risks, increasing its capacity to integrate knowledge, handle complex issues, develop solutions and make judgments on limited or incomplete information situations;
c) Preparation for professional life by facilitating their approach to the way we think and act in financial markets and increasing the ability to understand and solve problems in new and unfamiliar situations.
Master (2nd Cycle)
Access to other programs
Access to the PhD Program
Pedro Simões Coelho, Fernando Bação e Joana Farrajota
- Annual fee for the taught component: 4200.00€
- Non-taught component (dissertation), 1 year: 2000.00€
- Extension of the non-taught component: 600.00€
Candidates whose final classification for admission to a 2nd study cycle at NOVA School of Law, as assessed and ranked by a jury, is equal to or higher than 17 (on a scale of 0/20) and who enrol and attend the same course, will be awarded a prize in cash corresponding to 50% of the tuition fee they will pay for the course phase of the Master's degree. Candidates whose final classification for admission to a 2nd study cycle at NOVA School of Law, as assessed and ranked by a jury, is equal to or higher than 16 (on a scale of 0/20) and who enrol and attend the same course, will be awarded a prize in cash corresponding to 30% of the tuition fee they will pay for the taught phase of the Master's degree.
In the non-teaching phase, three academic merit awards are given (according to master's degree or area of specialisation, in the case of the Master's in Law). These awards presuppose the completion of the taught phase within the regular timeframe. The best student of the taught phase of each study cycle or specialisation area of a study cycle who continues and attends the non-teaching phase is awarded a prize in cash corresponding to 100% of the tuition fee they will pay for the non-teaching phase of the Master's degree. The second best student of the academic phase of each study cycle or specialisation area of a study cycle who continues and attends the non-teaching phase will receive a prize in cash corresponding to 60% of the tuition fee they have to pay, corresponding to the non-teaching phase of the Master's degree. The third best student of each study cycle or specialisation area of a study cycle who continues and attends the non-teaching phase will receive a prize in cash corresponding to 40% of the tuition fee paid for the non-teaching phase of the Master's degree.
FINANCIAL DISCOUNT: Students who choose to pay tuition fees in a single initial payment receive a 5% discount on the amount to be paid.
This course is taught during post-labor hours. Some optional Course Units may be taught during daytime hours.
A master’s degree is awarded to students who have passed all the course units that make up the taught part of the course, for a total of 60 credits; and the dissertation, project work, or internship report.
Conditions of admittance
Applicants with a background in Law will be given preference in admission. However, any holder of a Bachelor's degree or equivalent may apply to this Master's programme. The Master’s aims to attract talent from who wish to prepare for or consolidate an international career in financial markets, and is characterised both by high competitiveness and a wide range of career opportunities.
The final assessment of the curricular units consists, as a rule, of a written exam with a maximum duration of three hours, under an anonymous regime, designed to assess the extent to which students have achieved the curricular goals and learning objectives of such curricular units. Other complementary elements of assessment may be used, as long as they are announced to the students orally and in writing at the beginning of the semester.
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