Possible trainings at the end of the programme

Positioning of the programme within the University cursus 
The basic study programme in Law is divided into two cycles : the three year bachelor's programme and the two year master's programme. The complete university cursus therefore takes five years. The bachelor's programme aims not only to provide the student with the foundations in the subject, but also to develop those tranversal capacities proper to university education, namely working autonomously, developing a critical mind and acquiring the capacity to understand and conduct research related to the chosen domain of knowledge within the context of the Humanities in which it is situated. 
The master's programme, aimed at the improvement of knowledge and at specialisation, helps the student to gain a mastery of the knowledge of the subject, as well as the skills and expertise needed for practising a law - related profession, teaching, or conducting research. The basic course may be completed, if necessary, by a complementary one-year master's programme, of 60 credits 
Other studies accessible upon completion of the programme 
The bachelor's degree in Law gives access to the Master in Laws which offers a wide variety of career possibilities. Many graduates in law become solicitors or barristers, or will be magistrates. But the skills of a jurist are also equally recognised in the world of business or in national and international public service. Jurists play an important and valuable role as companies find themselves more and more confronted with ever-increasingly complex and changing legislation which applies to industrial, operational and financial operations, without overlooking more recent domains such as protection of the environment, or consumer law. At every level, public administrations call upon jurists : in federal, regional, local, provincial and local administration, as well as in economic, social and cultural public services and youth protection etc. 
Certain masters will be accessible to those students with a Bachelor's diploma in Law provided they have completed a minor in the subject in question and on condition they fulfil any necessary prerequisites. 
The relevant information is provided on the description lists of the minors.