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Master’s Degree in Private Property Law

Specialize in the newest issues of private property law (copyrights, patents, liability, etc.) and develop your professional activity as an industrial property agent, etc.
This master's degree has an inter-university character and simultaneously provides the degree from the University of Salamanca and the Public University of Navarre.
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  • Language: Spanish 
  • Credits: 60 ECTS
  • Duration: 2 semesters (1 year)
  • Places available: 20 (registration, Universidad de Salamanca)
  • Modality: in-person
  • Academic Director: M. Ángeles Egusquiza Balmaseda
  • Faculty or school: Faculty of Law
  • Where lessons take place: Salamanca



Master’s degree in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

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Why study the Master’s Degree in Private Property Law?

  • Specialize in the different legal instruments at the service of private economic activity
    • market rules
    • patents, trademarks, copyrights
    • private contracting
    • guarantees
    • asset liability regime
    • means of payment
    • legal treatment of insolvency and out-of-court alternatives for conflict resolution
  • Teaching staff backed by proven teaching and research excellence 
  • More information about this Master's Degree

You can do this master's degree with:

Training in competencies


From which degrees can I access the Master’s Degree in Private Property Law?

  • Graduates in law
  • Economy
  • Business Administration and Management
  • Double legal-economic or business administration qualifications
  • Professionals: 
    • lawyers
    • business advisors
    • employees of financial institutions with a legal or economic background
    • judges
    • court clerks
    • public administration technicians (Group A)

What will I be able to work in when I finish the Master’s Degree in Private Property Law?

  • Lawyer and any other with a legal profile.
  • Professions related to the banking and business sector. 
  • The starting point for a career in research in the field of private law.
  • Performing services of:
    • counseling
    • collaboration in specialized professional offices or companies
    • arbitration intervention
    • bankruptcy receiver
    • patent agent

Learning outcomes / Competencies

Consult the learning outcomes (study programme 7355)

Consult the competencies (study programme 714)

Access and admission

Access requirements

To be admitted to the official Master's Degree courses, students must hold an official university degree issued by a higher education institution in the European Higher Education Area or in other countries which entitles them to access Master's degree courses in the country issuing the degree. 

Access requirements Access requirements

Specific criteria for the Master's degree

Students who wish to do the Master's Degree must go to the pre-registration platform within the general deadline set for this purpose by the academic authorities of the University of Salamanca, at least:

  • Full CV:
    • University degree and other studies undertaken
    • professional experience
    • academic linkage with a university
    • publications
    • lectures or conferences
    • participation in courses, congresses or seminars), with special emphasis on the merits related to the material object of the Master’s
  • Official certification of the academic record (subjects taken, credits or hours of them and grades obtained).
  • On a voluntary basis,
    • a personal letter of motivation, in which the student who wishes to do the Master's can explain the reasons that lead him/her to choose this program, the way in which he/she expects that following the program can improve his/her training and influence his/her academic or professional career, and the sufficiency of the studies previously taken as a basis for taking the Master's.
    • letters (or e-mails) of presentation signed by professionals of recognized competence, which will be sent directly by them to the Director of the Master’s.
    • any other additional documentation that the applicant deems necessary to properly assess his/her application for admission, as well as any additional documentation that may be required.
  • Applications will be evaluated by the Master's Academic Committee in a comprehensive manner on a scale of 0 to 10 points, taking into account mainly:
    • the degree or bachelor's degree: up to 3 points. Applications for law graduates or double degrees in legal-economic or business administration will be assessed
    • the average grade/mark of the academic record (especially the academic performance in the subjects of the areas of knowledge of the Master’s): up to 5 points
    • professional and research experience: up to 2 points
    • the maturity and consistency of the letter of motivation: up to 3 points
    • and the relevance of the letters of presentation and other documentation submitted on the merits: up to 1 point

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