LLM Intellectual Property HKU


BuddyFox
Hi!
I would like to apply to HKU Intellectual Property LLM. Anyone knows something about it? It's complete? Will you suggest it? I come from Italy and I would like to come back in Europe after the master, so, it's International-oriented or it's concern only about Chinese Law? Thank You :)

P.S. Anyone knows also something about LLM in IP in Singapore university? Compared to HKU, who's better?
Hi!
I would like to apply to HKU Intellectual Property LLM. Anyone knows something about it? It's complete? Will you suggest it? I come from Italy and I would like to come back in Europe after the master, so, it's International-oriented or it's concern only about Chinese Law? Thank You :)

P.S. Anyone knows also something about LLM in IP in Singapore university? Compared to HKU, who's better?
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chicken so...
While I don't have any direct experience with the program, the curriculum looks broad enough to be customizable - you could take general courses like "Copyright and Creativity," or "Cybercrime." However, the real meat looks to be the Asian-specific courses - there's a class on "PRC information technology law," and one on Hong Kong specifically.

As for the Singapore school you mentioned - do you mean NUS? If so, it looks like it's set up similarly to the HKU program, but there's some interesting, biomedical and biotechnology-focused curriculum as well.

Just curious, why are you interested in studying in Asia if you plan to go back and work in Europe? Wouldn't it make more sense to take a program that's more tailored to your future career needs?
While I don't have any direct experience with the program, the curriculum looks broad enough to be customizable - you could take general courses like "Copyright and Creativity," or "Cybercrime." However, the real meat looks to be the Asian-specific courses - there's a class on "PRC information technology law," and one on Hong Kong specifically.

As for the Singapore school you mentioned - do you mean NUS? If so, it looks like it's set up similarly to the HKU program, but there's some interesting, biomedical and biotechnology-focused curriculum as well.

Just curious, why are you interested in studying in Asia if you plan to go back and work in Europe? Wouldn't it make more sense to take a program that's more tailored to your future career needs?
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AV.law
HKU is better ranked in law than NUS (QS ranking).
HKU 20 ; NUS ~23-25
HKU is better ranked in law than NUS (QS ranking).
HKU 20 ; NUS ~23-25
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While I don't have any direct experience with the program, the curriculum looks broad enough to be customizable - you could take general courses like "Copyright and Creativity," or "Cybercrime." However, the real meat looks to be the Asian-specific courses - there's a class on "PRC information technology law," and one on Hong Kong specifically.

As for the Singapore school you mentioned - do you mean NUS? If so, it looks like it's set up similarly to the HKU program, but there's some interesting, biomedical and biotechnology-focused curriculum as well.

Just curious, why are you interested in studying in Asia if you plan to go back and work in Europe? Wouldn't it make more sense to take a program that's more tailored to your future career needs?


Hey,

I was also wondering if students pursuing the IP/IT course are employed by companies/law firms in HK. It would be great if you could share some more details on the employment prospects of international students studying there.

Thank you
[quote]While I don't have any direct experience with the program, the curriculum looks broad enough to be customizable - you could take general courses like "Copyright and Creativity," or "Cybercrime." However, the real meat looks to be the Asian-specific courses - there's a class on "PRC information technology law," and one on Hong Kong specifically.

As for the Singapore school you mentioned - do you mean NUS? If so, it looks like it's set up similarly to the HKU program, but there's some interesting, biomedical and biotechnology-focused curriculum as well.

Just curious, why are you interested in studying in Asia if you plan to go back and work in Europe? Wouldn't it make more sense to take a program that's more tailored to your future career needs?[/quote]

Hey,

I was also wondering if students pursuing the IP/IT course are employed by companies/law firms in HK. It would be great if you could share some more details on the employment prospects of international students studying there.

Thank you
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