Bilingual Master of Law



The bilingual Master of Law, started jointly with the Faculty of Law of the University of Lucerne provides an education in French and German across two university campuses, with half the courses taught at Neuchâtel, and the other half at Lucerne. The component at Neuchâtel has eight different specializations, of which students are free to choose at least one. This programme, which usually lasts four semesters, leads to a single qualification awarded jointly by the Universities of Neuchâtel and Lucerne.


  • Bilingualism (with the writing of one dissertation in German)
  • A broad range of courses
  • Intercantonal exchange programmes, with minimal administrative complexity
  • The opportunity to discover another culture
  • The chance to undertake an internship during studies