Masters in South America


I am interested in a Master program in South America. I admit, my main fokus is to foster my knowledge of the Spanish language rather than gaining in depth knowledge of legal issues. For that reason I consider a general Master's Program or International law. So far I only found a few Universities in South America: Universidad del Norte in Argentina, Universidad Sergio Arboleda in Colombia Bogóta, Universidad Autónoma de Asunción and maybe Universidad Estácio but it is in Brazil so Portuguese. Any suggestions if they are any good? Do you know about others?
I am interested in a Master program in South America. I admit, my main fokus is to foster my knowledge of the Spanish language rather than gaining in depth knowledge of legal issues. For that reason I consider a general Master's Program or International law. So far I only found a few Universities in South America: Universidad del Norte in Argentina, Universidad Sergio Arboleda in Colombia Bogóta, Universidad Autónoma de Asunción and maybe Universidad Estácio but it is in Brazil so Portuguese. Any suggestions if they are any good? Do you know about others?
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chicken so...
As far as I know, none of the schools you mentioned offer programs in English, so - do you have enough fluency to do a course in Spanish?

If you just wanted to study Spanish, why not do some kind of immersion course in a Spanish-speaking country?
As far as I know, none of the schools you mentioned offer programs in English, so - do you have enough fluency to do a course in Spanish?

If you just wanted to study Spanish, why not do some kind of immersion course in a Spanish-speaking country?
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I believe some of the international law programmes are offered in English, as well but I prefer a Spanish program. Based on experience I expect an immersion course solely for the summer season not to be sufficient to foster my language skills.
I believe some of the international law programmes are offered in English, as well but I prefer a Spanish program. Based on experience I expect an immersion course solely for the summer season not to be sufficient to foster my language skills.
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migsosa
Hi,

Well, not in south america but I would sugest the Master in Spanish Law from Universidad de Salamanca

http://www.usal.es/webusal/node/4365

Neither in south america, but in the americas:

Master in International Law from ITESM (Tec de Monterrey) in Mexico

http://www.itesm.mx/wps/wcm/connect/ITESM/Tecnologico+de+Monterrey/Maestrias+y+Doctorados/Escuelas/Escuela+de+Gobierno+y+Transformacion+Publica/Maestria+en+Derecho+Internacional/

and Maestría en Derecho UNAM (Mexico City)

http://derecho.posgrado.unam.mx/ppd-14/nuestroposgrado/index.php

Those should be very good programs and besides you will have the opportunity to have a nice experience living overseas (just take care about security in Mexico city, dont walk with a lot of money, let them take whatever you have, even your cheap phone or tablet).

Regards
Miguel
Hi,

Well, not in south america but I would sugest the Master in Spanish Law from Universidad de Salamanca

http://www.usal.es/webusal/node/4365

Neither in south america, but in the americas:

Master in International Law from ITESM (Tec de Monterrey) in Mexico

http://www.itesm.mx/wps/wcm/connect/ITESM/Tecnologico+de+Monterrey/Maestrias+y+Doctorados/Escuelas/Escuela+de+Gobierno+y+Transformacion+Publica/Maestria+en+Derecho+Internacional/

and Maestría en Derecho UNAM (Mexico City)

http://derecho.posgrado.unam.mx/ppd-14/nuestroposgrado/index.php

Those should be very good programs and besides you will have the opportunity to have a nice experience living overseas (just take care about security in Mexico city, dont walk with a lot of money, let them take whatever you have, even your cheap phone or tablet).

Regards
Miguel


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e_castrol
Hi neumann766

The universities you cited are, as far as I know, not really good Law Schools.

If you want to take a LLM in South America you should go for the best universities in the region, which are in Chile.

Universidad de Chile has one of the best law schools in the region and offers a LLM in International Business Law with Heidelberg University from Germany offered in Santiago.

http://www.llm-guide.com/university/557/university-of-heidelberg-heidelberg-center-for-latin-america

Also, a very good option is Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, which has a very good law school (recently picked as the best law school in hispanoamerica (this is Latin America and Spain).

http://www.llm-guide.com/university/794/pontificia-universidad-catlica-de-chile-pontificia-universidad-catlica-de-chile

I think if you want to take a LLM in Latin America, these are the best options.

Regards and good luck!
Hi neumann766

The universities you cited are, as far as I know, not really good Law Schools.

If you want to take a LLM in South America you should go for the best universities in the region, which are in Chile.

Universidad de Chile has one of the best law schools in the region and offers a LLM in International Business Law with Heidelberg University from Germany offered in Santiago.

http://www.llm-guide.com/university/557/university-of-heidelberg-heidelberg-center-for-latin-america

Also, a very good option is Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, which has a very good law school (recently picked as the best law school in hispanoamerica (this is Latin America and Spain).

http://www.llm-guide.com/university/794/pontificia-universidad-catlica-de-chile-pontificia-universidad-catlica-de-chile

I think if you want to take a LLM in Latin America, these are the best options.

Regards and good luck!
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