Beschreibung des Angebots
The MILE consists of three terms of instruction:
First term (September to December): Foundations of Public International Law; Economics (Micro- and Macroeconomics, International Trade Theory); International Political Economy (including Business Perspectives on International Trade and Investment); Negotiating Skills; Legal Writing and Analysis.
Second and third terms: In-depth weekly modules on key issues in international trade regulation including: Non-discrimination; Tariffs and Non-Tariff Barriers; Regional Integration; Competition; Trade Remedies; Trade Policy Formulation; Health, Technical Barriers to Trade, Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures, and Genetically Modified Organisms; Trade in Services; Intellectual Property Rights; Dispute Settlement; Trade and Development; Agriculture; Trade and Investment; Government Procurement; Trade and Human Rights, Environment and Climate Change.
The MILE programme concludes with a Moot Court judged by WTO dispute settlement experts and a three-month period for writing the Master’s thesis.
The MILE programme awards 90 ECTS.
The program aims to provide students with in-depth knowledge of the contemporary legal framework and the relevant underlying economic concepts governing the world trading system.
Bachelor Universitäre Hochschule
Master Universitäre Hochschule
Applicants should either have completed a Master degree in Economics, Law or another relevant field or have a Bachelor degree plus a year of relevant professional experience. A high proficiency in English is a prerequisite.
The Programme is designed for students and professionals with a background in law, economics, international relations or political science who wish to embark on a career in international trade and investment.
- Master of Advanced Studies MAS (inkl. MBA, EMBA)
Master of International Law and Economics, University of Bern
Ort / Adresse
- Bern (BE)
World Trade Institute (WTI)
The MILE Programme contains 34 weekly courses over three terms. Due to the wide scope of materials covered, the amount of time spent in class is high when compared to other master programmes. Students will usually have five hours of classes a day, on four days per week.
Applications deadline: 31. January
Auskünfte / Kontakt
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