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Advocacy Law and Public Affairs - 299 - Master's Year 2

Program Year

Obligatoire

  • Legal aspects of negociation
  • Droit parlementaire
  • Probité publique: dispositifs juridiques
  • Processus décisionnel européen
  • Pratiques de la négociation
  • Théories de la communication
  • Atelier communication
  • Atelier Intelligence situationnelle
  • Lobbying: stratégies et enjeux

Tronc commun - Obligatoire

  • Droit de l'action collective et du plaidoyer
  • Gouvernance européenne
  • Séminaire collectif à Bruxelles
  • American political law

Choix des Blocs : Choisir entre le Bloc 1 ou le Bloc 2

Bloc 1 - Cours Obligatoires dans ce "Bloc"

  • Droit des campagnes électorales
  • Données publiques
  • Gestion de crise
  • Lobbying européen : enjeux stratégies et juridiques

Bloc 2 - Cours Obligatoires dans ce "Bloc"

  • Mutations territoriales
  • Droit des collectivités locales
  • Finances locales
  • Fondations et mécénat
  • Think tanks

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

The program consists of 420 hours of instruction, spread out between September and June.

The program follows an apprenticeship schedule as follows:

  • Mid-September to mid-October: full-time on campus
  • Mid-October to mid-June: three days at the workplace; two days on campus
  • Mid-June to mid-September: full-time at the workplace

The variety of learning modalities on offer (including course, case studies, collective and individual projects, events, and study trips) mean that the program covers a significant number of sectors, while focusing on local communities in particular.
The work-study nature of the program encourages synergy between the host organizations and the public action focus of the courses in the curriculum.

There is a three-day off-campus seminar in Brussels. This is an opportunity for students to develop their ability to understand public policy and the representation of national and European interests, and to develop their public communication skills.