China-EU School of Law


pfui
Would any of the current students enrolled in, or graduates of, the Master of European and International Law LL.M. like to give us their feedback concerning the program's overall quality, academics, and value?

The university is relatively new and information about their offerings is hard to come by, so anything you could post would be greatly appreciated.
Would any of the current students enrolled in, or graduates of, the Master of European and International Law LL.M. like to give us their feedback concerning the program's overall quality, academics, and value?

The university is relatively new and information about their offerings is hard to come by, so anything you could post would be greatly appreciated.
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138cesl
Hi! pfui,
I am a student from 2008 intakes, which are the 1st generation.
This university is not new but founded in 1952 and perhaps you mean this school of law is newly organized. You can find more information in its website,and the partners'. e.g. Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law.(http://www.mpipriv.de/ww/en/pub/research/research_work/foreign_law_comparative_law/east_asia_chinese_and_korea/european_china_school_of_law.cfm)
most of the faculty have very good expertices in EU law and Chinses law.
The Chinese sides of stuff have very shining reputation, Everyone of them come from the best Universities in china, including Taiwan. but they are just temporarily employed or invited to teach here, mainly because of the renowned Dean Fang Liufang. He was a visiting scholar and now a senior researcher at Harvard Law School. His specialization is not specialized to corporation law but as broad as legal history and legal education critics. He is recognized by his colleagues at home and abroad as the best professor in China. of course, other professors like Jiangping, Li Shuguang from CUPL, Wang chenguang, Chen Xingliang from Tsinghua Uni also have great fame in academia. they also provide PHD programme, if you have interest...
most faculty members involving in EU law courses are the teachers from EU law centres of partner uni. they speak English in very different accents. but they can provide a very diversified atmosphere in class you can ask anything you want and can hear lots of jokes they dare not say in EU.
last thing worth noting is, the scholarship are not easy to get....:)
Hi! pfui,
I am a student from 2008 intakes, which are the 1st generation.
This university is not new but founded in 1952 and perhaps you mean this school of law is newly organized. You can find more information in its website,and the partners'. e.g. Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law.(http://www.mpipriv.de/ww/en/pub/research/research_work/foreign_law_comparative_law/east_asia_chinese_and_korea/european_china_school_of_law.cfm)
most of the faculty have very good expertices in EU law and Chinses law.
The Chinese sides of stuff have very shining reputation, Everyone of them come from the best Universities in china, including Taiwan. but they are just temporarily employed or invited to teach here, mainly because of the renowned Dean Fang Liufang. He was a visiting scholar and now a senior researcher at Harvard Law School. His specialization is not specialized to corporation law but as broad as legal history and legal education critics. He is recognized by his colleagues at home and abroad as the best professor in China. of course, other professors like Jiangping, Li Shuguang from CUPL, Wang chenguang, Chen Xingliang from Tsinghua Uni also have great fame in academia. they also provide PHD programme, if you have interest...
most faculty members involving in EU law courses are the teachers from EU law centres of partner uni. they speak English in very different accents. but they can provide a very diversified atmosphere in class you can ask anything you want and can hear lots of jokes they dare not say in EU.
last thing worth noting is, the scholarship are not easy to get....:)
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Hi Pfui and the replier

I am so happy to have stumbled on this discussion bit - I am seriously looking at this course to join next year.

Just finished BSL LLB from ILS Law College in India on of the top ten colleges.

I found the reply really interesting - Can you please guide me on the admission requirements and modes operandi.

Appreciate a detailed reply.

Thanks

Lakshmi Menon
Hi Pfui and the replier

I am so happy to have stumbled on this discussion bit - I am seriously looking at this course to join next year.

Just finished BSL LLB from ILS Law College in India on of the top ten colleges.

I found the reply really interesting - Can you please guide me on the admission requirements and modes operandi.

Appreciate a detailed reply.

Thanks

Lakshmi Menon
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T.Zhang
Hi,i'm a local student in CUPL.This university is the largest ,with more than 60% of its students majored in law,and one of the top three law schools in China (the other two are Renming U and Peking U) according to the official ranking by national educational department.Last year it ranked no.2.
In China,best resouces is in the top schools,and the top schools are gathered in Beijing.So if you want to do something in chinese law market,CUPL will be the best choice,considering Renming U and Peking U seem not start a programme focus on forein students.
CUPL has great influence in chinese law circle.Similar to former Soviet Union,there're 5 big specific law colleges ,among them CUPL is the best. Besides,there're also some law schools in different universities.Because of tranditions and the numbers of its graduates,you will find the specific law colleges still keep a unique status,especially they occupied the most of the importan positions in court and procuracy systems.
Hi,i'm a local student in CUPL.This university is the largest ,with more than 60% of its students majored in law,and one of the top three law schools in China (the other two are Renming U and Peking U) according to the official ranking by national educational department.Last year it ranked no.2.
In China,best resouces is in the top schools,and the top schools are gathered in Beijing.So if you want to do something in chinese law market,CUPL will be the best choice,considering Renming U and Peking U seem not start a programme focus on forein students.
CUPL has great influence in chinese law circle.Similar to former Soviet Union,there're 5 big specific law colleges ,among them CUPL is the best. Besides,there're also some law schools in different universities.Because of tranditions and the numbers of its graduates,you will find the specific law colleges still keep a unique status,especially they occupied the most of the importan positions in court and procuracy systems.
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I think the quality of the China-EU School of Law is reflected in the fact that the graduating classes are basically fully employed (clsoe to 100% statistics every year)!
I think the quality of the China-EU School of Law is reflected in the fact that the graduating classes are basically fully employed (clsoe to 100% statistics every year)!
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