During their undergraduate studies in Madrid, students on the program take the following subjects in 3 intensive modules taught by professors at Fordham University:
- American Legal History
- Comparative Law
- Contracts Law
- Constitutional Law
After having studied the first 3 modules in Madrid, students will study the final modules at the Fordham University campus in New York where they will be admitted as fully-fledged students and choose subjects from a selection of LLM courses offered by Fordham University School of Law to the students on the program.
Students on the program benefit from two different and complementary educational methods which, combined, provide them with a global perspective and ability to adapt that will be highly valued when entering the labor market.
The program modules are taught in English and the assignments related to the program are also to be submitted in English. Although the program enables students to improve their level of English, it is aimed at candidates with an upper-intermediate level of English.
Certificate from Fordham University School of Law
(*) Studies that do not lead to an officially recognized qualification
Students who, having successfully completed the study period abroad as part of the program at Fordham University of New York, voluntarily decide to extend their stay beyond the agreed semester, may continue their studies at the University as an LLM student without the need to go through an admission process. Credits earned through the CEU-Fordham University program will be recognized in Fordham University's LLM program.