The Bachelor of Law aims to allow you to:
- acquire good knowledge of the main disciplines of Swiss positive law : private law, public law, criminal law, criminal sciences, social law and procedures;
- understand the growing interactions between Swiss and international and european law as well as analyse foreign legislations using a comparative approach (comparative law) ;
- develop critical and analytical skills by looking at law through the perspective of other disciplines: history of law, philosophy of law, legal methodology, sociology of law, etc.
Bachelor of Law (BLaw)
30 April. If you require a visa to study in Switzerland: 28 February.
At UNIL, the following Master's programmes are open without further conditions to holders of the Bachelor of Law (BLaw):
- Master of Law (MLaw)
- Master of Law (MLaw) of the Universities of Zurich and Lausanne
- Master of Law (MLaw) in Criminology and Security
- Master of Law (MLaw) in Judicial Careers
- Master of Law (MLaw) in Legal Issues, Crime and Security of Information Technologies
- Master of Law (MLaw) in Law and Economics
- Master of Arts (MA) in Public Management and Policy
- Master of Arts (MA) in Tourism Studies