Kyushu University LLM & LLD


antonio
The application forms for the SY2006-2007 LLM and LLD are now available online.

Check out Kyushu University's Programs in English website at
http://www.law.kyushu-u.ac.jp/programsinenglish/

Other info about the programs and financial aid have been updated.

Thanks.
The application forms for the SY2006-2007 LLM and LLD are now available online.

Check out Kyushu University's Programs in English website at
http://www.law.kyushu-u.ac.jp/programsinenglish/

Other info about the programs and financial aid have been updated.

Thanks.
quote
faithinme
hi everyone

what do you think about the llm program at this school. please give me some info!!

i have seen some asian univ ranking sights and this school is ranked highly. has anyone been there and what do you think of it? what are the career options after receiving the degree. please let me know!!
hi everyone

what do you think about the llm program at this school. please give me some info!!

i have seen some asian univ ranking sights and this school is ranked highly. has anyone been there and what do you think of it? what are the career options after receiving the degree. please let me know!!
quote
raniputri
I went there for the LLM 2 years ago. They provide great education. Most of the professors have outstanding cv and have very important role in Japan; i.e. Hisako Levin Kobayashi sensei-she teaches IDR, she has been known as one of the leading mediator in japan. we all love her.
I went there for the LLM 2 years ago. They provide great education. Most of the professors have outstanding cv and have very important role in Japan; i.e. Hisako Levin Kobayashi sensei-she teaches IDR, she has been known as one of the leading mediator in japan. we all love her.
quote
Thanks for the info raniputri! I would love to attend this program, since I think Kyuushu is really one of the best law schools in Japan as you were saying. If you don't mind my asking, do you have a sense of what kind of grades they require for admission? Anyway, thanks again for the info. I'm sure I wasn't the only one who appreciated it!
Thanks for the info raniputri! I would love to attend this program, since I think Kyuushu is really one of the best law schools in Japan as you were saying. If you don't mind my asking, do you have a sense of what kind of grades they require for admission? Anyway, thanks again for the info. I'm sure I wasn't the only one who appreciated it!
quote
fknandrew
Their LLM is a 2 year course right?
Their LLM is a 2 year course right?
quote
XML
ADMINISTRATOR
The LL.M. Program is taught on a full time basis and takes two semesters for completion, beginning in October every year and ending in July of the following year.
The LL.M. Program is taught on a full time basis and takes two semesters for completion, beginning in October every year and ending in July of the following year.
quote
fknandrew
I see. I must have read wrong. I checked the link. Too bad they only offer business related courses. Im interested in public law, human rights, and anti-corruption measures.

The University seems nice though.
I see. I must have read wrong. I checked the link. Too bad they only offer business related courses. Im interested in public law, human rights, and anti-corruption measures.

The University seems nice though.
quote
jennyjunk
Has anyone gotten in yet?
Has anyone gotten in yet?
quote
justitia
Hi, jennyjunk are you going to attend LL.M at Kyushu this year? Has anyone got further information other than the acceptance notice yet?
Hi, jennyjunk are you going to attend LL.M at Kyushu this year? Has anyone got further information other than the acceptance notice yet?
quote
senseiman
I'm planning on doing the Kyushu LLM this year, is anyone else doing it?
I'm planning on doing the Kyushu LLM this year, is anyone else doing it?
quote
Graf
Hi to all!
I am going to LLM program at Kyushu Uni too. I got an acceptance e-mail in march. Has anyone recieved final official confirmation of admission?
Where are you from guys?
Hi to all!
I am going to LLM program at Kyushu Uni too. I got an acceptance e-mail in march. Has anyone recieved final official confirmation of admission?
Where are you from guys?

quote
senseiman
I got the confirmation email at the end of March too. They told me that they would send the official stuff in April after some internal procedures.

I'm Canadian, did my LL.B. at the University of Victoria.
I got the confirmation email at the end of March too. They told me that they would send the official stuff in April after some internal procedures.

I'm Canadian, did my LL.B. at the University of Victoria.
quote
Graf
Nice to hear from you.
I am advocate from Ukraine and very interested in peculiarities of international business law in Asian market.
Why did you choose Kyushu Uni? Do you have other options in LLM programs or its your final choice? Did you apply for the Japanese government scholarship?
Nice to hear from you.
I am advocate from Ukraine and very interested in peculiarities of international business law in Asian market.
Why did you choose Kyushu Uni? Do you have other options in LLM programs or its your final choice? Did you apply for the Japanese government scholarship?
quote
senseiman
Nice to hear from you too.

I only applied to the Kyushu LLM program because it is the only one of its kind in Japan. I'm quite interested in Japan (I have lived there before and my wife is Japanese) and wanted the opportunity to study Japanese law from a comparative perspective. I am planning to do my research on Japanese corporate governance.

I have applied for the scholarship!
I look forward to seeing you there in October!
Nice to hear from you too.

I only applied to the Kyushu LLM program because it is the only one of its kind in Japan. I'm quite interested in Japan (I have lived there before and my wife is Japanese) and wanted the opportunity to study Japanese law from a comparative perspective. I am planning to do my research on Japanese corporate governance.

I have applied for the scholarship!
I look forward to seeing you there in October!
quote
senseiman
I got my official confirmation in the mail this week, I had to send my acceptance in by May 16. They say they'll send some further info at the end of this month.
I got my official confirmation in the mail this week, I had to send my acceptance in by May 16. They say they'll send some further info at the end of this month.
quote
Graf
I got an official letter of admission too.
I`ve already sent my acceptance for this program.
Is there anybody else who gets an acceptance?
I got an official letter of admission too.
I`ve already sent my acceptance for this program.
Is there anybody else who gets an acceptance?
quote
senseiman
Great, I'll definitely see you there in October then!

They sent me an email today confirming receipt of my acceptance. They will send more info at the end of the month.

I have been in contact with a few former students from the Kyushu LLM and it sounds like a great program, I'm really looking forward to it.
Great, I'll definitely see you there in October then!

They sent me an email today confirming receipt of my acceptance. They will send more info at the end of the month.

I have been in contact with a few former students from the Kyushu LLM and it sounds like a great program, I'm really looking forward to it.

quote
HI! Graf and senseiman

I'm Korn and I got an acceptance in this academic year too.
I'm very please to meet you guys.

See you in October.
HI! Graf and senseiman

I'm Korn and I got an acceptance in this academic year too.
I'm very please to meet you guys.

See you in October.
quote
Hi everyone!

I can't decide which law school to choose. I am admitted to a research study in Kyushu University, Nagoya University and Yokohama National University as well. I only applied these law schools since they have English programs for international students. I am planing to start an LL.D program upon completion of my research.

I am thinking about the job opportunities such as summer internships in a Japanese or an international law firm in Tokyo. And also housing and the living cost... I will greatly appreciate if you have any suggestions.

Thank you!
Hi everyone!

I can't decide which law school to choose. I am admitted to a research study in Kyushu University, Nagoya University and Yokohama National University as well. I only applied these law schools since they have English programs for international students. I am planing to start an LL.D program upon completion of my research.

I am thinking about the job opportunities such as summer internships in a Japanese or an international law firm in Tokyo. And also housing and the living cost... I will greatly appreciate if you have any suggestions.

Thank you!


quote
KYSK
Hi,
I am a Japanese lawyer.
In my opinion, Nagoya University is the best.
This is because of the number of lawyers who have graduated from those universities.
I can suggest Kyushu University and Yokohama National University have few alumni of lawyers.
On the other hand, Nagoya University has moderate number of alumni of lawyers.
Hi,
I am a Japanese lawyer.
In my opinion, Nagoya University is the best.
This is because of the number of lawyers who have graduated from those universities.
I can suggest Kyushu University and Yokohama National University have few alumni of lawyers.
On the other hand, Nagoya University has moderate number of alumni of lawyers.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Law Schools

Fukuoka, Japan 39 Followers 30 Discussions
Nagoya, Japan 10 Followers 4 Discussions