Fostering your training of foreign languages: English + Legal English + French or German + Mandarin

Being able to speak several foreign languages is essential to work at the international level and in the world of international relations, in particular. For this reason, the ESADE Bachelor in Law & Bachelor in Global Governance programme prepares you to work professionally in up to three languages: English (with complete mastery of Legal English), French or German and Mandarin if you specialise in Asia.

GRADUAL SPANISH-ENGLISH PROGRAMME

The very first year of the programme combines subjects taught in Spanish with others taught completely in English. The number of subjects taught in English will increase progressively throughout the programme: in the first, second and third years of the programme, they represent 60%; in the fourth year, 70%; and, in the fifth year, 100%. English is a compulsory subject throughout the programme, and we will prepare you to sit the TOEFL exam.

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FRENCH OR GERMAN AND MANDARIN

You’ll sit up to 6 hours every week in small and highly participatory classes taught by native speakers. Your fluency in these foreign languages will not be just in terms of legal vocabulary but also in terms of key competencies such as public speaking and writing legal documents. Studying Mandarin is especially recommended if you choose Asia as your fifth-year area of specialisation.

Meet Nick Flynn, your Legal English professor

LEGAL ENGLISH

During the bachelor’s degree, you will enrol in specific Legal English programme subjects, helping you to acquire all the vocabulary and common terms used in legal practice. The Legal English subjects focus on specific themes or cases addressed in other programme subjects. The Legal English courses comprise three phases:

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