M1 - Public Law

Master's Degree in Public Law - M1 (1st year)


Course objectives


In line with its aim of offering original and transversal teaching programmes, The University of Nimes has established a Master's degree with a second year specialisation in 'Local Authority Law, Economics, and Management' .

This course is the result of the University's ongoing drive to offer the widest range of possible options from the base of its Undergraduate Law degree. It offers students the opportunity to complete their study cycle in the best possible conditions without having to leave for another university.

The objective of the first year of the Master's Course is to establish a wide reaching but very high level of training in the key fields and law subjects (public law (dominant), private law, company law). The law faculty includes active professionals, lecturers, and guest lecturers from partner universities.


Course description

Duration: 2 semesters of 12 weeks

Number of hours: 360 hours (288h tuition, 48h tutorial + 24h foreign languages).

Professional placement/internship or research report.


Opportunities and/or prospects

Public sector: State civil service, local authority civil service, hospital administration, public law research

Private sector: Para-administrative sector, the Bar, Judicature, Business Professions: Magistrate, Company law jurist, University (Professorship, Lecturer), Teaching, Administrator, Central Administration Management, Services in the Defence sector, Civil Aviation Administration, Prefecture, Administration in services around the Ministry of Culture,Tribunal consultant administration, Local authority administrator, Inspector for Youth and Sports, Tax inspector, Customs inspector, Fraud squad inspector, Working environment inspector, Hospital director, Legal advisor, Senior management operational positions, Senior civil servant in local authorities and related bodies, Administrative and legal manager for the armed forces, Legal advisor for the armed forces, Banking and financial services, Consulting, Lawyer


Entry requirements

Holders of an Undergraduate degree in Law or in AES (Economic and Social Administration)




Curriculum : Master's Degree in Public Law - M1 (1st year)

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