This program is open to students in the basic program. It can welcomes 12 students.

Requirements - Sudents should have:

  • completed a Master of Laws 1 in private law,
  • completed during their university studies the following topics:
    • Law of obligations (acts and juridically significant facts)
    • Property Law
    • Intellectual Property Law
    • Special Contracts
    • Criminal Law
    • Business Law
    • Civil Procedure
    • Criminal Proceeding
  • a good grasp of English.

Foreign students, whether they come from the EU or not, must fulfill the conditions listed below. A good command of French is required of foreign students: various forms of proof are accepted.

Registration Fees for the Academic Year 2017-2018

Mandatory fees :

  • Enrolment fees: 256 €
  • French national health insurance fees: 217 €
  • Preventive medicine: 5,10 €

Optional fees :

  • Carte culture: 7 €
  • Sport: 25 €

The scholarship holders on social criteria and war orphans are exempt from all registration fees, except for the preventive medicine (5,10 €).

For further information see the link below at the University of Strasbourg (CEIPI is not in charge of any financial help).

See below for further information concerning the university tuition fees:


Submission of applications for the academic year 2017/2018 is closed. Results will be available via ARIA at the end of July.

Deadline for application online: June 15, 2017.

Deadline for receipt of supporting documentation: June 20, 2017

Prospective students must submit a complete dossier including all university transcripts so that the CEIPI may ascertain the coherence of their academic program of studies and whether they fulfil the prerequisites.


Final registration shall be made via ARIA between September 15 and October 15, 2017.

The courses will start on Monday, Septembrer 25, 2017.

For further information, please contact the CEIPI at the following address:

11 rue du Maréchal Juin
BP 68
67046 Strasbourg cedex
Tél : 03 68 85 80 11/12/13

Sabine ZORN

Further information