Elective subjects

 

Core A Electives (6 ECTS), i.e. complete at least one two-semester language Programme.

Teacher

ECTS points

Anglo-American Legal English I - V

Heidinger

3

International Legal English (ILE) I, II

Goulden

3

International Legal English (ILE) I, II (usually blocked)

Kummer

3

International Legal English (ILE) I, II

Ambler-Smith

3

 

Core B Electives (3 ECTS), i.e. take part in at least one moot court, interpersonal skills seminar, drafting workshop, or similar course.

Teacher

ECTS points

Discussion, Presentation and Negotiation in English

Goulden

3

Drafting and Negotiating Cross-border M & A and Joint Venture Contracts

Luiki

3

Moot Court aus International Commercial Arbitration

 

Jessup Moot Court, International Law Moot Court

 

KU Case studies: Mergers & Acquisitions

 

 

Additional courses Core B Electives

The offer on Core B electives may vary according to the number of guest lecturers available. You will find a list of courses which are currently taught in the Course Catalogue (Directorate 3.01, section 4.37.2)

 

Recognition Core B Electives

An internship in an international organisation etc may be recognised as a substitute for one Core B Elective if it is connected to legal matters, if the net workload amounts to at least 90 hours and if the working language is English.

Oberhammer, Platte, Schwarz, Stippl


Braumann

 

Mikosch/Ebhardt/Stauber

8

 

8

 

3

Special Subject Electives (9 ECTS)

The offer on Special Subject Electives may vary according to the number of guest lecturers available. You will find a list of courses which are currently taught in the Course Catalogue (Directorate 3.01, section 4.37.3). For a course to count as Special Subject Elective, the language of instruction must be English.

Recognition Special Subject Electives

Courses not mentioned in the relevant sections of the Vienna Course Catalogue, in particular courses attended during an Erasmus stay abroad, may be recognised by the BoE coordinator where they meet the requirements as to content, workload and language.