Law - Political Science - Administration

MASTER - REAL ESTATE LAW

Real estate law
  • Targeted level of study

    BAC +5

  • ECTS

    120 credits

  • Duration

    2 years

  • Training structure

    Faculty of Law and Political Science

Presentation

  • Master's degree in real estate law
    Teaching staff: François Barloy - Stéphane Benilsi

The teaching provided during the first year of the Real Estate Law Master's degree aims to obtain the fundamental skills necessary for a specialisation in real estate law and additional skills enabling the student to consolidate his or her knowledge of private and public law.
The second year of the course enables the student to study in greater depth the various branches of law relating to real estate and to see practical situations.

The Master's degree offers a multi-disciplinary training which covers all aspects of public and private real estate law, in particular:
- Private construction law (contracts, builders' liability, construction insurance)
- Urban planning and public construction law (urban planning, environment and public contracts)
- Marketing of real estate (sales, real estate development)
- Management of real estate (lease law, social housing and co-ownership)

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Objectives

The Master 2 is geared towards the rapid professional integration of students.
In this respect, half of the courses are taught by numerous professionals (lawyers, notaries, real estate programme managers, experts, real estate agents, etc.), which makes it possible to provide students with a practical approach to cases and to create contacts between students and the professional world.

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Organization

Open in alternating years

Students can prepare for the Master 2 Real Estate while exercising a professional activity thanks to an apprenticeship contract.
The apprentice benefits from a dual status that allows him or her to enter the world of work while pursuing a university education. The academic year is divided into teaching periods at the Faculty (September, October, November and February and March) and work periods in companies (the other months of the academic year).

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Programme

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Master in Real Estate Law

The teaching provided during the first year of the Real Estate Law Master's degree aims to obtain the fundamental skills necessary for a specialisation in real estate law and additional skills enabling the student to consolidate his or her knowledge of private and public law.
The second year of the course enables the student to study in greater depth the various branches of law relating to real estate and to see practical situations. The Master's programme offers a multi-disciplinary course which covers all aspects of public and private real estate law, in particular:
- Private construction law (contracts, builders' liability, construction insurance)
- Urban planning and public construction law (urban planning, environment and public contracts)
- Marketing of real estate (sales, real estate development)
- Management of real estate (lease law, social housing and co-ownership)

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Admission

Conditions of access

Prerequisite: a Bachelor's degree in private or public law.
Admission to a two-year Master's programme is validated by the programme managers, after examination of the application files and selection interviews. Students who have completed the first year of the Master's programme are automatically admitted to the second year of the programme.

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