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Aim of the course
This specialization course in International Banking, Finance and Insurance Law offers an advanced education in national and international financial markets and examines the current, private-law and regulatory basics and frameworks of banking, insurance and financial law.
This Specialization Course is intended for professionals who wish to gain an in-depth knowledge of the legal and business aspects of banking, finance and insurance law.
Module overview / topics
|Module 1: General Conditions||Duration||Credits|
||70 Lectures||10 ECTS|
|Module 2: Market Participants, Products, Distribution||Duration||Credits|
||60 Lectures||10 ECTS|
The entire course is conducted in English.
Application and eligibility
For admission to the program of study, the following requirements must be met:
- Degree in Law at the Masters level (exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis)
- Professional experience
- Good verbal and written knowledge of the teaching languages, English.
The Faculty of Law of the University of Zurich awards successful graduates of the program with a Certificate of Advanced Studies UZH in International Banking, Finance and Insurance Law (19 ECTS).
Participants must complete either graded examinations, presentations or written paper for each module.
Dates and times
The CAS starts in September 2021 and ends in February 2022 (+ exams in March). Totally you will have approximately 130 lessons (2 modules).
Classes are held Friday in the afternoons and Saturday in the mornings.
CHF 9,500*, included in the tuition fee are the costs for course
materials, examination fees as well as the graduation ceremony.
* subject to change
30 April 2021
We ask you to submit the completed application form, together with:
- Curriculum Vitae
- a copy of your university diploma(s)
- a copy of your passport
- an electronic passport photo
- as well as copies of any relevant certificates
Please download the form from the CAS Overview page.
The CAS can be counted towards the LL.M. program.
--> The specialization courses are only offered with a sufficient number of participants.