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*The dates above reflect the academic calendar for Spanish language courses. Participants interested in enrolling in English language courses offered through the MIEBL program will follow a slightly different schedule, with fall semester courses beginning in mid-August and spring semester courses

ending in April. Please see full-year ICADE information package for a more detailed academic calendar.

Important Dates (all dates are subject to change):

February 8, 2013

BU Law application deadline  Mid-March 2013

Selections made  June 2013

Fall 2013 participants should secure their visa to study in Spain

May 1, 2013

ICADE application deadline for fall 2013 semester  October – November 2013

Spring 2013 participants should secure their visa to study in Spain

August 30 – 31, 2013

Fall 2013 orientation

September 3, 2013 – mid-December 2013

Approximate fall 2013 semester dates  Mid-December 2013 – January 11, 2014

Approximate fall 2013 exam period (BU Law students can arrange to take their exams before the holiday break)

October 1, 2013

ICADE application deadline for spring 2014 semester

January 10-11, 2014

Spring 2014 orientation  January 14- May 24, 2014

Spring semester, including exam period

Office of Graduate and International Programs

Boston University School of Law 765 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 1534 Boston, MA 02215 Tel: 617-353-5323 Fax: 617-358-2720 E-mail: gradint@bu.edu www.bu.edu/law/jd/studyabroad

Universidad Pontificia

Comillas (ICADE)

Madrid, Spain

Single-Semester Study Abroad Program Information Package

Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 Semesters

BU Law students who study entirely in Spanish are required to take a minimum of four classes, the typical semester course load of an ICADE student.

BU Law students who take all their classes in English through ICADE’s MIEBL program must take a minimum of 30 ECTS credits (one half of ICADE’s MIEBL program).

Students who combine Spanish-language classes with English-language classes will pursue a course load determined by the ICADE and BU Law Program directors.

ICADE’s grading scale is from 0-10. Anything below a 5 is considered a failing grade.

None of the grades for the ICADE semester will count toward your BU Law GPA or towards academic honors and awards (such as the scholarly awards, graduation prizes or degree rankings, such as cum laude, magna cum laude and summa cum laude).

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We are pleased you are interested in Boston University School of Law's overseas exchange program with

Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid, Spain. This package gives a general description of the program as well as details about some of its more important aspects. Carefully review this information before deciding whether to apply.

I.

Some Preliminary – and Important – Points

At the outset, we would like to stress several aspects of the program which may be relevant to your decision to apply.

A. Timing: This is a one-semester program that will be offered during the fall 2012 and spring 2013 semesters. Students who plan to enroll in only English language courses offered through the MIEBL program may only participate in the fall semester.

B. Credits: The program is designed to grant participating students 12 semester credits toward their J.D. degree.

C. Academic Focus: The Spanish language program focuses on international, foreign (EU and Spanish) and comparative law. The English language program focuses exclusively on international and European business law. Therefore, the list of courses from which students choose is limited to these subjects. D. Eligible Students: The program is open to second- and third-year students who have spent at least one

full-year at BU Law. First-year students cannot participate.

E. Language: The overwhelming majority of courses at ICADE are taught in Spanish, the school’s language of instruction. Students who lack fluency in Spanish, however, may still participate in the

single-semester program by taking a single-semester of English–taught LL.M. classes through ICADE’s Masters in International and European Business Law Program (MIEBL). (For more information on the MIEBL program, see the ICADE full-year J.D./LL.M. information package. Also, visit

http://www.upcomillas.es/eng/estudios/estu_mast_iebl_cont.aspx.) Students fluent in Spanish may select courses through ICADE’s regular Spanish curriculum, as well as courses in the MIEBL program. We will inform participants if appropriate English-taught law classes become available outside the context of ICADE’s MIEBL.

F. Number of Participants: Four students at most can study at ICADE in 2013-2014, whether through the single semester option or the full-year J.D/LL.M. option. We may select fewer than four, but under no circumstances can we select more.

II.

Why Study Law at ICADE?

A. Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid – one of Spain’s Leading Universities

Universidad Pontificia Comillas is a Roman Catholic (Jesuit) university dating back to the early 20th

century. It began as a seminary founded in the town of Comillas (in the province of Santander) by Pope Leo XIII in 1890. In 1904, the Universidad Pontificia was established when Pope Pius X granted

“Comillas” the power to confer academic degrees in theology, philosophy and canon law. Years later, the Roman Catholic Church founded two new faculties in Madrid: an engineering school (Instituto

Catolico de Artes e Industrias (ICAI) in 1908) and a faculty to confer degrees in law, economics and

business administration (Instituto Catolico de Administration y Direccion de Empresas (ICADE) in 1956). In 1979, ICAI and ICADE joined the Universidad Comillas, which had relocated from Santander to Madrid in the 1960s.

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Today, Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid has 7,700 undergraduate and 4,300 graduate students, with 1,882 full-time and part-time teachers. In addition to the Faculty of Law at ICADE, the university has faculties in Theology and Canon Law, Human and Social Sciences, Economic Science and Business Administration (at ICADE), Engineering (ICAI), and Nursing and Physiotherapy. It is most well known for its business, law and engineering programs. It welcomes over 1,000 foreign students each year, mostly through the European ERASMUS exchange program.

For more information on ICADE, please visit:

http://www.upcomillas.es/eng/default.aspx?IdIdioma=ENG

BU Law applicants should also read ICADE’s official guide for international students, which contains a great deal of information about the university and resources for foreign students. Visit

http://www.upcomillas.es/servicios/sri/documentos/Guia_Estudiantes_Intercambio.pdf

B. The Faculty of Law, ICADE

Since ICADE’s founding in 1956, the teaching of law at Comillas has been closely tied to the teaching of business and economics. Today, the Faculty of Law (Facultad de Derecho) at ICADE is still known for its focus on commercial law. The school confers the first degree in law (a four-year program) numerous Master of Laws programs and a Ph.D. in law. It also offers several five-year dual degree options. With a total student body of about 1,800, the law faculty confers approximately 315 degrees each year. The faculty consists of roughly 70 full-time instructors and 60 adjuncts. All full-time instructors have a Ph.D.

ICADE is a highly selective school, admitting fewer than 25 percent of its applicants. All students must pass an English proficiency exam to gain entrance. Over 60 percent of the students come from outside Madrid – attesting to the school’s national reputation. Despite its Jesuit history and tradition, the school welcomes students and faculty from all religious backgrounds. The ICADE community is mixed and diverse; classroom instruction has no connection with or orientation towards the church.

The teaching style at ICADE is a combination of lecture and discussion; the classroom dynamic is certainly more interactive than the one-way lecturing that takes place at Spain’s public law faculties. Class sizes are similar to BU Law’s, with roughly 40-60 students per class. Classrooms are well-equipped with the latest technologies (wireless web access, etc.). The expansive library, which holds nearly 500,000 volumes, is modern and welcoming, with plenty of study space.

Because of ICADE’s selective admissions policy and the school’s academic reputation, ICADE’s graduates are among the most heavily recruited by Spanish and international law firms. Each year, the school runs an on-campus recruiting program similar to BU Law’s, with hundreds of firms coming to campus to interview graduating students for summer or permanent jobs. BU Law students may participate in these recruiting events for summer internships.

One of the most attractive features of ICADE is its student-centered approach. The school’s philosophy is reminiscent of BU Law’s: the faculty is accessible and the administration is supportive. All visiting exchange students meet one-on-one with the Vice Dean and the faculty member in charge of exchanges to develop a customized study plan.

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C. The City of Madrid

Madrid is an ideal study abroad venue – and not just because of the tapas bars, bullfights and 2,800 hours of annual sunshine. As Spain’s capital, Madrid is at the heart of the country’s economic, political and communications systems, home to the Parliament, Senate and Royal Family. It is also Spain’s business and financial center. As Europe’s fourth largest city, with a population of roughly three million, the city is characterized by its vibrant cultural and artistic scene. Several of the world’s finest art museums, including the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza, line Madrid’s famed “Museum Mile” (which reputedly has more masterpieces per yard than any place on earth!). Native residents (Madrileños) are known for their passion to “vivir a tope” (“live life to the fullest”) – hence, Madrid’s reputation as the “city that never sleeps.” The nightlife offers the full range of diversions that any hard-working law student would seek. And these diversions will be close at hand: ICADE is conveniently located in the city center, in an attractive, safe neighborhood, easily accessible by public transportation. For more information on Madrid, the following websites may be useful:

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/spain/madrid http://www.aboutmadrid.com/

III.

The ICADE Exchange Program

A. What the Program is – and isn't

The exchange program with ICADE is designed to offer a serious study of international, Spanish, EU and comparative law in an international setting. This is definitely not the same thing as a college semester abroad. If you are looking to spend most of your time eating tapas, drinking sangria and bullfighting, this is not the program for you. This is not to say that you will have no time to enjoy life in Madrid, sightsee, travel and familiarize yourself with Spanish culture. You will. But we do want to emphasize that this program is much more academically rigorous than many overseas programs at the undergraduate level. B. Number of Students

As noted above, we will be selecting up to four BU Law students to attend ICADE during 2013-2014 (for example, one in the fall, two in the spring and one for the entire year through the JD/LLM program).

C. Program Dates

Please note that the following dates are for Spanish language enrollment, and are subject to change: Fall Orientation: August 30-31, 2013

Fall Semester Dates: September 3, 2013- mid-December 2013

Fall Exam Dates: Mid-December 2013 – late January 2014 (though BU Law students may take their exams before the holidays.)

Spring Orientation: January 10-11, 2014,

Spring Semester Dates: January 14, 2014- May 24, 2014 (includes exam period)

You will be expected to arrive in Madrid to attend orientation for the fall semester or spring semester. While fall semester exams usually take place in January, ICADE assures us that it will be able to make accommodations for students who wish to take exams early to be back in the U.S. before the holidays and in time for BU Law’s second semester, whether they take English or Spanish-taught classes. The spring semester for the regular Spanish curriculum runs into late May, so students who take some or all of their classes in Spanish should take that into consideration when applying, as it is not likely they will

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be back in time for graduation or bar preparation courses. Therefore, 3Ls who want to study at ICADE in Spanish should study in the fall.

To view the academic calendar for the English language MIEBL program, please see BU Law’s

information package for the MIEBL program or visit the ICADE Web site. As stated above students who plan to enroll in only English language courses offered through the MIEBL program may only

participate in the fall semester. D. Course Offerings and Course Loads

1. Spanish-taught classes

BU Law students fluent in Spanish will have the most flexibility when selecting courses, as they may also choose to enroll in ICADE’s regular classes. The school offers an expansive and impressive range of Spanish, international and comparative law topics. Almost all courses are available in single terms. Most offerings are appropriate for students who have not previously studied civil law, Spanish law or EU law. Sample offerings include:

 Administrative Law  Canon Law  Civil Law  Civil Procedure  Civil Responsibility  Commercial Law  Communications Law  Conflict Resolution Systems  Constitutional Law

 Consular Civil Law  Criminal Law

 Criminal Law of Business

 Employment and Social Security Law  Environmental Law

 History of Spanish Code  History of Spanish Law  Housing Law

 Insurance Rights  Intellectual Property  International Economics

 International Protection of Human Rights

 International Commercial Law  International Criminal Law  Judicial Law

 Law of the Spanish Financial System: Banking and Markets

 Law of International Organizations  Law of Church and State

 Law and Diplomacy  Philosophy of Law

 Private International Law of the EU  Public International Law

 Rights of Foreigners and Spanish Nationals

 Roman Law, Common Law, and Community Law

 Spanish Global Economics  Taxation Law

 Technology Law  Urban Law

The 2012-2013 course listing is included at the bottom of this information package, for reference. Master-level corporate law classes in Spanish are available at

http://www.upcomillas.es/estudios/estu_mast_dere_conte.aspx?IdIdioma=ES Other master-level offerings which may be available are at

http://www.upcomillas.es/estudios/postgrado_juridica.aspx?IdIdioma=ES.

Only a few classes have pre-requisites. All students are encouraged to seek advice from the Program Director and Coordinator if they have questions about their preparedness of any particular topic(s). 2. English-taught classes

BU Law students who wish to study entirely in English may enroll in law courses through ICADE’s LL.M. in European and International Business Law Program (MIEBL), which is taught exclusively in English, For a full list of courses offered through the MIEBL program, please visit

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http://www.upcomillas.es/estudios/estu_mast_iebl_cont.aspx or reference the full-year information package for ICADE on the BU Law website. Class descriptions are available here.

ICADE is contemplating offering a limited number of other English-language law classes in 2013-2014, outside the context of its MIEBL program. To the extent that these classes become available and are appropriate for J.D. students, we will inform you.

3. Course Loads (subject to change)

a. BU Law students who study entirely in Spanish are required to take a minimum of four classes, the typical semester course load of an ICADE student.

b. BU Law students who take all their classes in English through ICADE’s MIEBL program must take a minimum of 30 ECTS credits (one half of the LL.M. program).

c. Students who combine Spanish-language classes with English-language classes will pursue a course load determined by the ICADE and BU Law Program directors, upon their review of the desired classes.

E. Exams

The primary form of evaluation at ICADE is written examination, though smaller classes may require papers or oral examinations instead.

IV.

How to Apply

If you decide to apply, you must do the following::

1. Complete an application available online at www.bu.edu/law/jd/studyabroad, and submit all additional materials.

2. Complete an interview with Associate Dean Marx and Assistant Dean John Riccardi, scheduled through the Office of Graduate and International Programs.

3. If you intend to take classes in Spanish, complete a Spanish language interview with a BU faculty member and/or an LL.M. student from Spain. You may do this after the interview with Deans Riccardi and Marx.

In screening applicants, we will look for such things as a strong academic record, a favorable faculty

recommendation, serious interest in international and comparative law, and experience with different cultures and overseas travel.

The application deadline is February 8, 2012.

* For first-year students applying to participate in their second year, we will be unable to make a final decision until after we have received your second semester grades in mid-summer.

V.

ICADE Exchange Student Application

BU Law students selected to participate in the ICADE single semester exchange program will be provided with additional application materials to complete – the OGIP will assist participants with this process.

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VI.

Student Evaluation and Grades

Your exams will be graded in the first instance by ICADE faculty in accordance with the ICADE grading system. ICADE’s grading scale is from 0-10, with 10 being the highest (“Matricula de Honor”; only given to a select few, very highly performing students); 9-10 being very good (“Sobresaliente”; awarded to the top ten percent of students); 7-8 being with merit (“Notable”; given to students who demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the course content); 5-6 is passing (“Aprobado”; indicates a satisfactory knowledge of the course topics and a passing grade on the final exam); and anything below is considered a failing grade. Because grading standards between BU Law and ICADE differ, a direct translation to BU Law's letter grading system is extremely difficult. Therefore, participating BU Law students will, upon successfully completing a course, receive a designation of "credit" for the course on their transcripts. This designation will include an asterisk or footnote indicating that the actual grade is available upon request, and that it will be accompanied by an explanation of ICADE’s different grading system.

ACCEPTANCE OF ANY CREDIT OR GRADE FOR ANY COURSE TAKEN IN THE PROGRAM IS SUBJECT TO DETERMINATION BY BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW. We expect, however, that all credits earned at ICADE will count towards Boston University School of Law credits.

One final point about grading. None of the grades for the ICADE semester will count toward your BU Law GPA or towards School of Law honors and awards (such as the scholarly awards, graduation prizes or degree rankings, such as cum laude, magna cum laude and summa cum laude).

VII. ICADE’s Program Director and Staff

At ICADE, the Faculty of Law has an International and Institutional Relations Office which is dedicated to assisting exchange student with course selection, registration & other matters. The contact information for this office is:

Universidad Pontificia Comillas Servicio de Relaciones Internacionales C/ Alberto Aguilera, 23

28015 Madrid España

Telephone: 0034 91 542 28 00 Fax: 0034 91 559 65 69

The primary academic and administrative contact for all BU Law students is Ms. Mónica González Rodríguez. She is in charge of international relations and exchange program coordination, responsible for incoming exchange students. She can be reached at internacional.der@der.upcomillas.es.

Students who enroll in English language courses offered through the MIEBL Program may also seek academic advice from Adam Dubin, MA, JD. He can be reached at adubin@cid.upcomillas.es.

Another ICADE staff member who will assist BU Law exchange students is:

 Carmen González Cupeiro, the Mobility Coordinator for incoming and outgoing students. She is very knowledgeable in regards to visas and other pre-departure matters. She can be reached via email, at cgonzalez@sri.upcomillas.es.

VIII. Academic and Library Facilities

The academic facilities at ICADE include both old and new buildings. The campus is fully wired for access to the latest technologies available. This includes 2,122 personal computers for student use, 728 of which are in

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computer classrooms and wireless access points in three campuses: Cantoblanco, Rey Francisco and Alberto Aguilera. The main library (“Biblioteca”) at ICADE contains over 500,000 volumes and 2,100 journals. The law faculty is located on the Alberto Aguilera campus, which, noted above, is fully wireless.

IX.

Provisions for Students with Disabilities

The ICADE facilities are not necessarily all accessible to students with disabilities. If you are interested in the program and will need some special assistance due to a disability, please speak with Associate Dean Christine Marx or the Assistant Dean for Graduate and International Programs, John Riccardi. They will then contact ICADE to obtain information about the availability of needed services.

X.

Student Housing and Living Arrangements

ICADE does not have its own student housing facilities, but it tries to help students find housing through the “Information, Housing & Welcome Office.” ICADE strongly recommends that students seek housing in advance of their arrival, by contacting the above office and completing the application form “Solicitud de informacíon sobre alojamientos.” Students should contact the office for the appropriate materials:

Information, Housing & Welcome Office Alberto Aguilera, 21

28015 Madrid

Phone: +34 1 91-540-6120 Fax: +34 1 91-559-65-69

Email: aloja@oia.upco.es or info_oia@oia.upcomillas.es Website: www.upcomillas.es/servicios/serv_oiac.aspx

If students decide to rent apartments individually, it is the direct responsibility of the student to visit the

apartments and sign contracts with the landlord. ICADE can provide suggestions but does not take responsibility for looking at apartments for students. Students can also complete the housing application along with their general application to the program: http://www.upcomillas.es/servicios/sri/serv_sri_inte_comi.aspx#5

XI.

Anticipated Tuition, Fees and Living Costs

Tuition is the same as the tuition at Boston University School of Law. Participating BU Law students will pay Boston University the normal tuition for a semester at BU Law. Housing in Madrid is generally the same as in Boston. ICADE informs us that rents will generally range from €415-€570 per month for student residences, and €720-€980 per month for independent apartments. Additional living costs, including transportation, food and personal expenses will come to about €825 per month. Eating out, entertainment and transportation are approximately the same as in Boston, if not slightly more expensive. Students should therefore budget at least €1530 per month for rent and living expenses, taking into account the fact that they are abroad and will therefore potentially spend more money than during a typical semester at BU Law. Furthermore, if you plan to travel during your semester abroad, you should budget substantially more than €1530 per month.

XII. Program Cancellation Information

We expect the program to go forward as planned and anticipate no obstacles to implementation. However, the ABA requires that we inform you about our contemplated course of action in case of cancellation or change and in case a State Department Advisory is issued for the program area.

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A. General Policy

In the highly unlikely event that the entire program has to be canceled, students selected for the program will be informed immediately be telephone and by mail, email, or in person, and notices of cancellation will be posted on the BU Law website. In addition, individual meetings will be arranged with any student who wishes one. If in the even more unlikely event that the Program is canceled after students have arrived in Madrid, Associate Dean Christine Marx and/or Assistant Dean John Riccardi will contact all participating students by telephone, if possible, or by email.

Should particular courses be canceled or rescheduled, students selected for the program will be informed by email, telephone, or in person, and notices will be placed on the BU Law website. B. State Department Advisories

BU Law will supply participating students with State Department Consular Information Sheets for Spain, which will include any information on "Areas of Instability." We do not anticipate that any State Department Advisory will issue for the Madrid area; nor is there any particular reason to believe that such an eventuality will materialize. However, in case an Advisory does issue, we will take the following steps:

In General – If an Advisory is issued before students are selected for the program, notice will be posted on the BU Law website and all applicants interviewed for the program will be personally informed. If such an advisory is issued after students are selected or during the program term, all participating students will be notified immediately.

Area of Instability – If the State Department declares the site to be an Area of Instability, students will be allowed to withdraw from the program. If such an event takes place while the program term is underway, the student will be permitted to choose either a refund of fees billed by Boston University, in accordance with the University’s refund schedule (this would exclude room, board, and any travel costs associated with getting to the host country prior to the date the site was declared an "Area of

Instability"), or completion of the semester's study at Boston University School of Law if such is feasible. WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THE OPTION OF COMPLETING THE SEMESTER AT BOSTON

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW (AND THUS NOT LOSING A SEMESTER'S PROGRESS TOWARD THE J.D. DEGREE). This option is dependent on resources and the availability of course and independent study opportunities at BU Law. In the event that arrangements at the School of Law are not feasible, or the student elects a refund, the student will be refunded fees as above, in accordance with the

University’s refund schedule.

Travel Warning – If the State Department issues a Travel Warning for Spain, the program will be canceled if the term has not yet begun, or terminated immediately if the term is already underway. If the program is canceled prior to commencement of the term, all students will be refunded in full all fees paid to Boston University (excluding any advance room, board, and travel costs associated with getting to the host country that have been paid). In addition, all students will be integrated into the regular semester at Boston University School of Law. If the program is terminated while underway, a participating student may choose either a refund of fees (except for room, board, and any travel costs associated with getting to the host country prior to the date the Travel Warning was issued), or completion of the semester's study at BU Law if such is feasible. See discussion of declaration of Area of Instability, above.

XIII. Visa Information

A student visa is required for any student who will study in Spain for three months or longer. The full student visa procedure is outlined at the Spanish Consulate’s website:

http://www.maec.es/Consulados/NuevaYork/en/Home/

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Students must contact the consulate that has jurisdiction over their state of residence. The consulate general in Boston has jurisdiction over Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont and Maine. If you have a primary residence in Massachusetts, you can obtain your visa at the Boston consulate by following the guidelines on the above website. Students can also contact Carmen González at ICADE with any general questions at cgonzalez@sri.upcomillas.es.

It is the student’s responsibility to secure his or her visa. Visa applications are accepted no sooner than 90 days prior to the program’s start date and no later than 4 weeks prior.

XIV. Program Reports

Please note that all BU Law students selected to participate in a study abroad program will be required to submit to the Office of Graduate and International Programs:

1. A one-page mid-semester written report, assessing their experiences in light of their academic goals 2. A two-page report at the end of their program, evaluating their experiences

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LAW COURSES 2012-2013

Asignatura Nombre de la asignatura en inglés Créditos Periodo Idioma Curso Programa

Course Name of the course in English ECTS Period Language Year Programme

Comparative Contract Law and International Contracts Comparative Contract Law and International Contracts 4,5 1er y 2º semestre 4º E1 INT / E1 NEG

Competition Law Competition Law 4,5 2º semestre E1 INT

Constitución, fuentes del Derecho y organiz. Constit.l del Estado The Constitution, Sources of Law and Constit. Organiz. of the State 7,5 Anual 1º E1 /E3 / E5

Contabilidad para Juristas Accounting for Lawyers 6 2º semestre 1º E1 NEG

Contratación Mercantil Commercial agreements 6 1er semestre 4º / 5º E1 /E3 / E5

Cristianismo y Ética Social Christianity and Social Ethics 6 Anual 1º E1 /E3 / E5

Derecho Administrativo I Administrative Law I 6 1er y 2º semestre 2º E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho Administrativo II Administrative Law II 4,5 1er y 2º semestre 2º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho Administrativo III Administrative Law III 4,5 1er y 2º semestre 3º E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho Ambiental Environmental Law 3 2º semestre 4º E1 NEG

Derecho Concursal Corporate Crisis Law 3 2º semestre 4º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho de Contratos Contract Law 4,5 2º semestre 2º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho de Daños Tort Law 4,5 1ery 2º semestre 3º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho de Familia y Matrimonial Canónico Family Law & Canonical marriage 4,5 1er semestre 4º /5º E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho de la contratación bancaria y bursátil Banking & Stock Market Contract Law 4,5 2º semestre E1 NEG

Derecho de la Nacionalidad y Extranjería Nationality and Immigration Law 4,5 2º semestre 5º OPT

Derecho de la UE (Unión Europea): sist. institucional y norm. European Union Law: Institutional & Legal System 6 1er y 2º semestre 2º E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho de las Organizaciones Internacionales International Organizations Law 4,5 2º semestre 5º OPT

Derecho de las Relaciones Laborales Colectivas Collective Labor Relations Law 3 1er y 2º semestre 3º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho de las Relaciones Laborales Individuales Individual Labor Relations Law 6 1er y 2º semestre 3º E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho de Obligaciones Obligations 3 1er semestre 2º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho de Sociedades Company Law 6 2º semestre 3º / E1 / E3 / E5

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Asignatura Nombre de la asignatura en inglés Créditos Periodo Idioma Curso Programa

Course Name of the course in English ECTS Period Language Year Programme

Derecho del Seguro Insurance Law 4,5 2º semestre 5º OPT

Derecho del Sistema Financiero Español: Banca y Bolsa Spanish Financial System Law: Banking/Stock market 4,5 2º semestre 5º OPT

Derecho Diplomático y Consular Diplomatic & Consular Law 4,5 2º semestre 2º E1 INT

Derecho Eclesiástico del Estado State Ecclesiastical Law 3 1er y 2º semestre 3º //4º E1 / E3/ E5

Derecho Internacional Privado de las Comunidades Europeas European Private International Law 4,5 2º semestre 5º OPT

Derecho Internacional Privado I Private International Law I 4,5 1er semestre 4º / E1 /E3 / E5

Derecho Internacional Privado II Private International Law II 4,5 2º semestre 4º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho Internacional Público Public International Law 7,5 Anual 1º E1 /E5 /E3

Derecho Penal de la empresa Corporate Criminal Law 4,5 1er semestre 3º E1 NEG

Derecho Penal: parte especial Criminal Law: Special Part 6 1er semestre 3º E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho Procesal I Procedural Law I 6 1er y 2º semestre 2º E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho Procesal II Procedural Law II 4,5 1er y 2º semestre 2º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho Procesal III Procedural Law III 3 2º semestre 3º E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho Romano Roman Law 6 Anual 1º E1 /E3 / E5

Derecho Tributario: Parte general Tax Law: General Part 6 2º semestre 3º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derecho Urbanístico Urbanistic Law 4,5 2º semestre 5º OPT

Derechos Reales Limitados Limited Rights in Rem 3 º 3º / E1 / E3 / E5

Derechos Reales Limitados Limited Rights in Rem 3 2º semestre 3º / 4º E1 / E3 / E5

Derechos Reales y Sistema Inmobiliario Registral Rights in Rem & Real Estate Registry System 4,5 1er semestre 3º / E1 / E3 / E5

Estatuto Jurídico del Empresario Legal Status of the entrepreneur 3 1er semestre 3º / E1 / E3 / E5

Estrategia Empresarial I Business strategy I 5 1er semestre 4º E3

Estrategia Empresarial II Business strategy II 5 2º semestre 4º E3

Ética de las profesiones jurídicas Ethics of Legal professions 3 1er y 2º semestre 3º / E1 / E3 / E5

Ética y Derechos Humanos Ethics And Human Rights 3 2º semestre 2º E1 INT

Filosofía del Derecho Jurisprudence / Philosophy of Law 4,5 1er y 2º semestre 4º / E1 / E3 / E5

Fundamentos de Economía Fundamentals of Economy 6 1er semestre / Anual 1º E1 / E5

Historia del Derecho History of Law 6 Anual 1º E1 / E3 / E5

Immigration and Refugee Law Immigration and Refugee Law 3 2º semestre E1 INT

Intellectual Property Intellectual Property 4,5 2º semestre E1 NEG

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Asignatura Nombre de la asignatura en inglés Créditos Periodo Idioma Curso Programa

Course Name of the course in English ECTS Period Language Year Programme

International Criminal Law International Criminal Law 4,5 1er semestre 3º E1 INT

International Litigation and Arbitration International Litigation and Arbitration 4,5 1er semestre E1 INT

International Taxation International Taxation 3 2º semestre E1

Introducción al Derecho Civil Introduction to Civil Law 6 1er sem. / Anual 1º / E1 / E3 / E5

Introducción al Derecho Penal y sus sanciones Introduction to Criminal Law and its sanctions 3 1er semestre 2º E1 / E3 / E5

Los Derechos y Deberes Constitucionales y sus Garantías Constitutional rights and duties and their guarantees 6 1er semestre E1 / E3 / E5

Organizaciones Internacionales International Organizations 4,5 2º semestre 1º E1 INT

Protección Internacional de los Derechos Humanos International Protection Of Human Rights 3 2º semestre 2º E1 INT

Relaciones Internacionales International Relations 6 2º semestre E1 INT

Seguridad social Social Security 4,5 1er semestre E1 NEG

Sistema Fiscal I Tax System I 4,5 1er semestre 4º / E1 / E3 / E5

Sistema Fiscal II Tax System II 6 2º semestre 4º / E1 / E3 / E5

Sistemas Alternativos de Resolución de Conflictos Alternative systems for resolution of conflicts 4,5 2º semestre 2º E1 NEG

Sistemas de Resolución de Conflictos Conflict Resolution Systems 4,5 2º semestre 5º OPT

Teoría del Derecho Theory of Law 6 1er semestre 1º E1 / E3 / E5

Teoría jurídica del delito Legal Theory of Crime 6 2º semestre 2º E1 / E3 / E5

BUSINESS COURSES 2012-2013 BUSINESS COURSES 2012-2013

Asignatura Nombre de la asignatura en inglés Créditos Periodo Idioma Curso Programa

Course Name of the course in English ECTS Period Language Year Programme

Administración y dirección de Empresas Corporate administration & management 4,5 2º semestre 2º E3

Análisis de Coyuntura Current Situation Analysis 5 2º semestre 3º E3

Análisis de Estados Financieros Analysis of financial statements 3 2º semestre 2º E1 NEG

Análisis Financiero Financial Analysis 5 1er y 2º semestre 4º E3

Auditoría Audit 5 1er y 2º semestre E3

Comportamiento del consumidor Consumer Behaviour 5 1er semestre 4º E3

Comportamiento Organizacional Organizational behaviour 5 1er semestre 3º E3

Contabilidad de gestión Analytical accounting 5 1er semestre 4º E3

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Asignatura Nombre de la asignatura en inglés Créditos Periodo Idioma Curso Programa

Course Name of the course in English ECTS Period Language Year Programme

Control Presupuestario Budgetary Control 5 2º semestre 4º E3

Derivados Derivatives 5 1er y 2º semestre E3

Dirección de Recursos Humanos Human Resources Managment 5 2º semestre 4º E3

Dirección de Ventas Sales Management 5 2º semestre 4º E3

Econometría Econometrics 5 2º semestre 3º E3

Estadística I Business Statistics I 5 1er semestre 2º E3

Estadística II Business Statistics II 5 2º semestre E3

Ética y Responsabilidad Social de la Empresa Business Ethics & Corporate social responsibility 4 1er semestre 5º E3

Financial Markets Financial Markets 5 1er semestre 4º E3

Finanzas Corporativas Corporate Finace 5 2º semestre 3º E3

Fundamentos de Dirección y Administración de Empresas Fundamentals of Business Administration & Management 3 2º semestre 2º E1 NEG

Fundamentos de Marketing Fundamentals of Marketing 4,5 2º semestre 3º E3

Gestión Sistemas Informáticos IT Management 5 1er semestre 4º E3

Innovación Estratégica Strategic Innovation 5 2º semestre 4º E3

International Business International Business 5 1er semestre 3º E3

Introducción a la Contabilidad Introduction to Accounting 6 2º semestre 1º E3

Introducción a la Economía Introduction to Economy 6 Anual 1º E3

Introducción a la Economía Introduction to Economy 6 Anual 1º E3

Introducción a la Matemática Financiera Introduction to Financial Mathematics 3 1er semestre 1º E1 NEG

Introducción a las Finanzas Corporativas Introduction to Corporate Finance 5 1er semestre 3º E3

Investigación de Mercados Market research 4 1er semestre 4º E3

Liderazgo Leadership 5 2º semestre 4º E3

Macroeconomía Macroeconomics 5 2º semestre 2º E3

Marketing de Servicios Servicies Marketing 5 2º semestre 4º E3

Marketing Internacional International Marketing 5 2º semestre E3

Matemática Financiera Financial Mathematics 5 1er semestre 2º E3

Matemáticas Empresariales I Financial Mathematics I 6 1er semestre 1º E3

Matemáticas Empresariales II Financial Mathematics II 6 2º semestre 1º E3

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Asignatura Nombre de la asignatura en inglés Créditos Periodo Idioma Curso Programa

Course Name of the course in English ECTS Period Language Year Programme

Microeconomía Microeconomics 5 1er semestre 2º E3

Planificación y Gestión de Marketing Marketing planning & management 5 2º semestre E3

Teoría de la Organización Organization Theory 5 2º semestre 4º E3

Teoría Económica Internacional International Economic Theory 5 1er semestre E3

INTERNATIONA RELATIONS / POLITICAL SCIENCE COURSES 2012-2013

Asignatura Nombre de la asignatura en inglés Créditos Periodo Idioma Curso Programa

Course Name of the course in English ECTS Period Language Year Programme

Análisis del Proceso Electoral Analysis of the electoral process 4,5 1er semestre 3º E5

Análisis Político Politic Analysis 4,5 2º semestre 3º E5

Ciencia de la Administración Administration Science 6 1er semestre 3º E5

Comparative Constitutional Law Comparative Constitutional Law 4,5 1er semestre 4º E5

Conflicto Público y Negociación Política Public conflict & Political negotiation 3 2º semestre 5º E5

Contratación Pública Public Procurement 4,5 2º semestre 5º E5

Democracia: Sistemas y Modelos Democracy: Systems & Models 4,5 2º semestre 2º E5

Derecho Administrativo Comunitario European Administrative Law 3 2º semestre E5

Derecho Constitucional Comparado (SELF STUDY; NO CLASSES) 4,5 2º semestre 4º OPT

Empleo Público Public Employment 4,5 1er semestre 5º E5

Ética del Político y del Funcionario Público Ethics of politicians and public servants 3 2º semestre 5º E5

Financiación y Gestión Público-Privada de Políticas Públicas Public and Private Financing and Managment of Public Policies 4,5 1er semestre E5

Fundamentos de Ciencia Política Fundamentals of Political Science 6 Anual 1º E5

Gestión de Calidad de las Administraciones Públicas Quality Management in Public Administration 4,5 1er / 2º semestre 5º E5 / CCPP

Gobierno y Administración Autonómica Autonomous Government & Administration 3 2º semestre 5º E5

Gobierno y Administración Local Local Government & Administration 4,5 1er semestre 5º E5

Historia de las Ideas Políticas History of Political Though 6 1er semestre 1º E5

Historia de las Ideas y Pensamiento Político History of Political Though 7,5 Anual 1º E5

Ideologías y movimientos sociales Ideologies & Social Movements 4,5 2º semestre 3º E5

Immigration and Refugee Policy Immigration and Refugee Policy 3 2º semestre 5º E5

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Asignatura Nombre de la asignatura en inglés Créditos Periodo Idioma Curso Programa

Course Name of the course in English ECTS Period Language Year Programme

La Responsabilidad de los Gestores Públicos y del Estado Responsability of Public and State managers 4,5 1er semestre 4º E5

Metodología de estudio en Relaciones Internacionales Methodology of study in International Relations 3 1er semestre E5

Modelos de Gestión Pública Public management models 3 2º semestre E5

Partidos Políticos y Representación Political parties & representation 6 2º semestre 2º E5

Política comparada Comparative Politics 4,5 2º semestre 2º E5

Political Communication and Campaigning Political Communication and Campaigning 4,5 1er semestre 5º E5

Políticas Públicas I Public Policies I 3 1er semestre 5º E5

Políticas Públicas II Public Policies II 4,5 2º semestre 5º E5

Políticas Sectoriales 2º semestre 2º CCPP

Presupuesto y Gasto Público Public Budget and Expenditure 4,5 1er semestre 5º E5

Sistemas públicos de protección social Public social protection systems 3 2º semestre 4º E5

Sociedad de la Información 2º semestre 2º CCPP

Sociología Política Political Sociology 6 1er semestre 2º E5

Técnicas de Investigación y Decisión Política Techniques of political research and decision-making 4,5 2º semestre 4º E5

Teoría Política Political Theory 6 1er semestre 3º E5

Transiciones Políticas Political transitions 3 2º semestre 1º E5

LANGUAGES & SKILLS

Business English Business English 12 Annual 1º E1

English for Academic & Professional Purposes I (B1.1) English for Academic & Professional Purposes I (B1.1) 12 Anual 1º E1 INT / E1 NEG English for Academic & Professional Purposes II English for Academic & Professional Purposes II 6 1er semestre 2º E1 INT / E1 NEG

English for Academic Purposes (B2) English for Academic Purposes (B2) 6 Anual 1º E5

English for Business Studies I (B1) English for Business Studies I (B1) 6 1er semestre 1º E3

English for Business Studies II (B1) English for Business Studies II (B1) 6 2º semestre 1º E3

English for Political Science English for Political Science 3 2º semestre 2º E5

English for Profesional Purposes English for Profesional Purposes 6 1er semestre 5º E5

Habilidades Profesionales Habilidades Profesionales 3/6 2º semestre/Anual 1º E1 / E3/ E5

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