EMPLOYMENT DATA | Where were last year's students employed?
GLOBAL EMPLOYABILITY 2013 : Among the world's 50 best universities for student employability
THE NEW YORK TIMES 2011 AND 2012
: Among the world's 50 best private universities for student employability
WHAT MAKES A DOUBLE MASTER'S DEGREE HOLDER STAND OUT IN THE LABOR MARKET?
The double master's degree is highly sought after in the labor market because, by combining two degrees, students become qualified to practice the profession and also undertake a comprehensive program in Business Law or Tax Consultancy. Both profiles are highly sought after in the labor market, which offers around 1,000 jobs each year in prestigious professional services companies dedicated to these areas of expertise.
Moreover, the curriculum of the Master's Degree in Access to Legal Practice exceeds the legally established requirements for minimum training. The subjects have been designed to train students to become excellent professionals; excellent from a technical point of view, excellent at managing teams and excellent at understanding the organizations in which they work.
A GOOD START TO YOUR PROFESSIONAL CAREER
Students who undertake this double master's degree start off their professional careers in law firms, consultancy services or legal departments in companies as tax advisors. Over time, this tax profile will be sought after in other types of organizations such as financial bodies, companies and investment firms to carry out jobs in the areas of auditing, financial control and asset management.
Above all, employers value the training received by our students because they are able to carry out their work with competence and efficiency right from the outset. For this reason, prestigious national and international companies carry out recruitment processes among our students every year.
We are aware that our students' first job will determine their professional future. Therefore, the Careers Office trains students and provides them with the resources they need to achieve their objectives. Find out more about its activity in the Guide to Professional Careers at the School of Law.