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Master in Globalization, Economics and Law

Degree programme: Master Faculty: Law department
Mode: Full-time Start in: September
Credits: 60 Duration: 2 Semesters
Vacancies: 20  





Message from the program coordinator

Nowadays, integration into the global economy is an inescapable imperative for countries, companies and other organizations. The approach of this reality is interdisciplinary, crossing the areas of Economics, Law and Management. As a result of the highly multidimensional character of the globalization phenomenon, this master course aims to promote and disseminate specialized knowledge on Globalization, Economics and Law, including Management elements.

Cristina Maria Paixão de Sousa (PhD)

Objectives and Programme Content

Students will develop knowledge and skills pertaining to the Level 7 of the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (EQF) to enable them:

- To acquire a systematic and overall understanding of the implications of globalization on economics, law and management, both in the theoretical and both in terms of public policies, institutions and enterprises.

- To master the methodology, methods and techniques of the corresponding scientific areas.

- To understand and critically analyze, evaluate and synthesize ideas and innovative and complex reasoning and conceive and design research projects in the realm of globalization.

- To take palce in international and multicultural professional contexts, reaching high standards of performance.


Why choose this course

The Master Globalization, Economics and Law focuses on themes of high economic and social relevance. It is secured by a qualified faculty, formed and developed within the extant academic and scientific paradigms.

It is a consistent and innovative master's by its multidisciplinary character. It is taught in conjunction with the University of Maribor (Slovenia) and benefits from the research carried out in the IJP Portucalense Institute for Legar Research, through its group "Capital, Labour, Tax and Trade".

Admission requirements



Study Plan 

1st year, 1st semester


Course Unit


Knowledge Economics 7.5
Epistemology and Methodology of Research 7.5
Innovation Management and Technology Transfer 7.5
Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies 7.5

1st year, 2nd semester


Course Unit


International trade 7.5
International contracting 7.5
Global Economy and Trade Policies 7.5
Internationalization Strategies 7.5







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