Master en Droit Bancaire et Financier Européen (LL.M.)

Master in Banking and European Financial Law: Internship

The Master in European Banking and Financial Law comprises an optional internship period, from July (right after examinations) until end of September at the latest. Beyond that, the internship’s supervisor and the student may certainly agree to extend the relationship.

An internship agreement will be signed by the faculty. The transcript will reflect the optional internship but won't grant any credits.

Each student is responsible for arranging an internship that meets the programme’s requirements in terms of length and subject matter. However, students are not left alone to find an appropriate position. Not only will they benefit from the teaching of professionals in the programme, but they will also find that the University has already entered into framework agreements with many of Luxembourg’s leading law firms, banks, and companies, through which such entities have agreed to offer internships to the programme’s students and which help structure the content of the internship.



Nadège Meyer-Hamy, Internship Coordinator