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  1. Law, M.L.

    Knowledge, skills and competences Upon conclusion of the program, the student can demonstrate knowledge, skills and competences as stated below: Knowledge: On completion of the degree of M.L. in law, the student shall: Have a systematic understanding of theories, concepts and methods relating to law. Have a systematic understanding of contemporary Icelandic law. Possess understanding taking into account the most recent developments in law and the most recent academic literature. Have knowledge and a critical theoretical attitude to the subject of his or her M.L. thesis, reflecting the most recent law as well as the most recent academic literature on the subject. Skills: On completion of the degree of M.L. in law, the student shall: Be capable of maintaining his or her knowledge of law, acquiring further knowledge and ensuring that his or her knowledge is kept up to date (for example, by finding and using legal sources and relevant academic writings). Be able to initiate, manage and lead projects in legal research. Be able to engage in legal interpretation and legal reasoning in the context of Icelandic public and private law, appropriately applying different techniques appropriate to different sources of law such as the Icelandic Constitution, statutes and cases. Be able to isolate the most important facts in a case and identify the appropriate law to apply to that situation. Be able to find and critically evaluate Icelandic law and academic legal literature. Be able to utilise his or her research skills, knowl ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  2. Law, mag. jur.

    Master's degree in Law (mag. jur.) 120 credit units Definition A two-year postgraduate programme of study in law based in theory and research, culminating in the degree of Magister Juris (mag. jur.) at the Faculty of Law, University of Iceland (second cycle, level 4). Entrance requirements are a B.A. degree in law from the Faculty of Law at the University of Iceland. The Faculty of Law may authorize a student who has completed an equivalent degree from another university to enrol in the postgraduate programme of study for the Master's degree. The research project shall amount to 30 credit units. The Master's degree (mag. jur.) is equivalent to a professional- or candidate's degree. Objectives Objectives of the programme are to provide students with the intellectual ability and training in law and to provide them an opportunity to deepen and enhance their knowledge of certain areas of law, qualifying them for positions of responsibility in society, e.g. key positions in the Icelandic legal system and research positions in academia. A further objective is that students gain intellectual independence and ability to present unbiased and independent legal conclusions based on established legal methods. Knowledge, ability and skillsOn completion of the master's programme the student shall have reached the following objectives in addition to those reached in the previous cycle/level of studies: 1.    Knowledge and understanding1.1. The student has knowledge and understanding of the latest knowledge in law, especia ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  3. Tax Law and Accounting, MA

    Knowledge, ability and skillsUpon completion of the programme the student should be able to demonstrate knowledge in the discipline of accounting, auditing and tax law. The student shall be skilled in applying theory, and able to draw conclusions based on the findings as follows:1 Knowledge and understanding* 1.1. The student has comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the latest knowledge in accounting and tax law.* 1.2. The student has good understanding of how to apply the latest knowledge in accounting and tax law to problem solving.* 1.3. The student has good knowledge and understanding of the key methods utilized in accounting and tax law.* 1.4. The student has good understanding of the relationship between academic research methods.* 1.5. The student has good knowledge of the methods used for data analysis.2 Intellectual skills* 2.1. The student is able to demonstrate an analytical and critical approach to subjects and to reach sound conclusions.* 2.2. The student is able to critically assess the results of different theories in accounting and tax law.* 2.3. The student is able to develop coherent and independent lines of argument.* 2.4. The student is able to demonstrate an analytical and critical approach to the key subjects in accounting and tax law.* 2.5. The student is able to assess and interpret data.3 Practical skills* 3.1. The student knows how to find, select and retrieve information through the use of the relevant sources, including libraries and online data banks.* 3.2. The student is ab ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  4. Tax Law and Accounting, MA

    Knowledge, ability and skillsUpon completion of the programme the student should be able to demonstrate knowledge in the discipline of accounting, auditing and tax law. The student shall be skilled in applying theory, and able to draw conclusions based on the findings as follows:1 Knowledge and understanding1.1. The student has comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the latest knowledge in accounting and tax law.1.2. The student has good understanding of how to apply the latest knowledge in accounting and tax law to problem solving.1.3. The student has good knowledge and understanding of the key methods utilized in accounting and tax law.1.4. The student has good understanding of the relationship between academic research methods.1.5. The student has good knowledge of the methods used for data analysis.2 Intellectual skills2.1. The student is able to demonstrate an analytical and critical approach to subjects and to reach sound conclusions.2.2. The student is able to critically assess the results of different theories in accounting and tax law.2.3. The student is able to develop coherent and independent lines of argument.2.4. The student is able to demonstrate an analytical and critical approach to the key subjects in accounting and tax law.2.5. The student is able to assess and interpret data.3 Practical skills3.1. The student knows how to find, select and retrieve information through the use of the relevant sources, including libraries and online data banks.3.2. The student is able to articulate ideas i ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  5. Law, BA

    Definition A three-year undergraduate programme of study in law based in theory and research, culminating in the degree of baccalaureus artium (B.A. degree) at the Faculty of Law, University of Iceland (first cycle, level 2). Entrance requirements are a matriculation examination from a gymnasium (stúdentspróf). Objectives of the programme are: To provide students with intellectual ability and training in law. That students gain a critical understanding of the nature of law in social, political, and economic context and provide students an opportunity to develop their skills in applying legal theory to be able to analyse the aspects of each subject area within the field of law as part of an interconnected whole. To develop students' understanding of the relationship of Icelandic law to European and international contexts. To allow students to develop their skills in applying critical methods to the solution of academic questions and practical problems as well as cross-disciplinary skills. To enhance students' abilities to construct coherent reasoning and to communicate it clearly as well as to consider, assess, and respond to different, or even opposing opinions. To allow students the opportunity to work both independently and as part of a team. The objectives of the programme outlined here only include what is defined as the minimum requirements set by the Faculty of Law for the programme of study and the students enrolled in the B.A. programme. The Faculty expects the performance of the majority of s ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  6. Law, Minor

    Minor focus in Law 60 credit units DefinitionA one-year undergraduate programme of study in law based in theory and research, culminating in the degree of diploma juris at the Faculty of Law, University of Iceland (first cycle, level 1). Entrance requirements are a matriculation examination from a gymnasium (stúdentspróf). Objectives of the programme are: To provide students with intellectual ability and training in law. To provide students an opportunity to develop their skills in applying legal theory. To develop students' understanding of the relationship of Icelandic law to European and international contexts. To give students an opportunity to work independently and in a team. To allow students to develop their skills in applying critical methods to the solution of academic questions and practical problems, enabling them to work independently to some extent and to cooperate with lawyers on legal issues. Knowledge, ability and skills On completion of the programme the student shall be able to demonstrate knowledge, ability and skills as follows: 1. Knowledge and understanding1.1. The student has knowledge and understanding of the principal theories, concepts and latest knowledge on selected key areas of law.1.2. The student has knowledge of the Icelandic legal system and understands its operations.1.3. The student has good understanding of legal methodology and thus has the knowledge, understanding and ability to resolve recognised legal concerns in a limited area. 2. Intellectual skills2.1. The s ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  7. Law, Natural Resources Law and International Environmental Law, LL.M.

    LL.M. degree in Natural Resources Law and International Environmental Law 90 credit units Definition An eighteen-month postgraduate programme of study in natural resources law and international environmental law based in theory and research, culminating in the LL.M. degree at the Faculty of Law, University of Iceland (second cycle, level 4). Entrance requirements are a B.A. degree in law or the equivalent degree. The research project shall amount to 15 credit units (30 ECTS). The programme is taught in English. The LL.M. degree is not equivalent to a Mag. Jur.-, Professional-, nor Candidate's degree. Objectives Objectives of the master's programme in natural resources law and international environmental law are to provide students with theoretical ability and training in this area of law and that they have an opportunity to deepen and enhance their knowledge of these areas, qualifying them for certain positions in society, research positions in academia, and positions in the international arena. A further objective is that students gain intellectual independence and ability to present unbiased and independent legal conclusions based on established legal methods. Knowledge, ability and skills On completion of the LL.M. master's programme the student shall have reached the following objectives in addition to those reached in the previous cycle/level of studies: 1. Knowledge and understanding1.1. The student possesses and can apply the latest knowledge in law in the area of natural resources law and internati ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  8. Law, Doctorate

    Ph.D. degree in Law at the Faculty of Law at the University of Iceland 180 credit units Definition The doctoral programme in law is a three-year programme of postgraduate study at the Faculty of Law at the University of Iceland. The programme requires 180 credit units for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor (Ph.D.) (third cycle, level 5). The research project shall amount to 150 credit units. The doctoral programme is governed by specific rules (Rules on doctoral studies and the committee for research based studies at the Faculty of Law at the University of Iceland and policies and procedures for the assessment of the contribution of doctoral students). Entrance requirements are a Master's degree in law from the Faculty of Law at the University of Iceland or the equivalent degree from another university. A doctoral candidate shall as a rule have completed the aforementioned examinations with a first-class grade. Objectives Objectives of the doctoral programme of law are to provide students with the intellectual ability and training in legal methodology and to provide them an opportunity to deepen and enhance their knowledge of certain areas of law, qualifying them for positions of responsibility in society, research positions in academia and international research cooperation. A further objective is that students gain intellectual initiative and independence and an ability to present unbiased and independent legal conclusions that are either new or adapted, based on established legal methods. Knowledge, abilit ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  9. BA in law

    Traditional study at the School of Law is a three year (six semesters) BA Programme. The total credits are 180 ECTS. Instruction in the basic study programme covers all the core subjects of law. In the spring semesters of the first and second year, students work on problem based projects under the direction of a supervisor. These projects demand independent work and a thorough grasp of the study content. In the spring semester of the third year, students are given the option of increasing their specialisation with elective courses or writing a BA thesis. On completion of BA studies in law, students shall possess knowledge, skills and qualifications in line with the established learning outcome for BA studies. On graduation, students should therefore possess (a) legal knowledge, (b) the ability to use the methods and procedures of law, and (c) the ability to use this knowledge and working skills in the course of work or further studies. This includes the following: Knowledge Students shall: Possess a general knowledge, understanding and insight into the principal theories and concepts of law; Possess a knowledge and understanding of the sources of law and methodology of legal work; Possess an overview of the current law in the principal fields of law; Possess additional familiarity with the most recent knowledge in their chosen field of law; Possess an understanding of the basic techniques of searching and information technology; they should know how to search for information and when information is ...

    Provider NameHR

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  10. ML in law

    Traditional Master‘s study at the School of Law is a two year (four semesters) Master´s Programme. The total credits are 120 ECTS. The programme is to a considerable extent based on independent work performed by students under the supervision of instructors (a search-related Master‘s Programme) and a wide variety of choices on emphasis and course of study. The following aspects can grant credits towards the ML in Law: Participation in regular courses, seminars relating to research projects, studies at overseas universities, internships, organized by the School of Law in cooperation with institutions and businesses and Master’s thesis/project. In addition, students may within certain limits pursue studies in other fields of academic study than law and receive credits evaluated towards to a ML in Law. A number of courses are offered within the Master´s Programme with a special emphasis on the following: International law, courts and litigation and private law. On completion of an ML examination, students shall possess knowledge, skills and proficiency in accordance with current criteria of higher education. On graduation students should possess a) knowledge of the law b) the ability to use the methods and working procedures of the law c) the capacity to use their knowledge and skills in work and/or further studies. This entails the following: Knowledge Students shall: Pave added to their basic knowledge and acquired a deep general understanding of the comprehensive aspects of law and its academic subjec ...

    Provider NameHR

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland

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