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Affordable LLMs in English language


smmpz
Hi all, I am looking for a 12-month LLM program taught in English at a top ranked university. However, I am a single parent and cost is a determining factor. Any advice would be greatly appreciated with respect to narrowing down options to apply. Also looking to begin in the Spring of 2017. Thank you so much.

[Edited by smmpz on Aug 29, 2016]

Hi all, I am looking for a 12-month LLM program taught in English at a top ranked university. However, I am a single parent and cost is a determining factor. Any advice would be greatly appreciated with respect to narrowing down options to apply. Also looking to begin in the Spring of 2017. Thank you so much.
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What is your budget? And what countries are you looking at?

If you're talking about mainland Europe, there are a number of values. Amsterdam has an LLM that's under 15,000 EUR and has a spring start. Also, Kent runs an LLM out of Brussels that's around 16,500 EUR.

If you're willing to change your start to fall, CEU offers an LLM at an excellent value - just 12,000 EUR.

You might also find some values in Germany - FU Berlin offers an MBL - not an LLM per se - for under 10,000 EUR.
What is your budget? And what countries are you looking at?

If you're talking about mainland Europe, there are a number of values. Amsterdam has an LLM that's under 15,000 EUR and has a spring start. Also, Kent runs an LLM out of Brussels that's around 16,500 EUR.

If you're willing to change your start to fall, CEU offers an LLM at an excellent value - just 12,000 EUR.

You might also find some values in Germany - FU Berlin offers an MBL - not an LLM per se - for under 10,000 EUR.
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smmpz
Thank you; this is very helpful.
Thank you; this is very helpful.
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You should also check in England. Apart from Oxbridge and London, LLM are usually around 10 000 euros (for home and EU students)... If I am not mistaken it's even cheaper in Ireland.

Master's degree in France are also very very cheap and some are taught in English.
You should also check in England. Apart from Oxbridge and London, LLM are usually around 10 000 euros (for home and EU students)... If I am not mistaken it's even cheaper in Ireland.

Master's degree in France are also very very cheap and some are taught in English.

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Hi all, I am looking for a 12-month LLM program taught in English at a top ranked university. However, I am a single parent and cost is a determining factor. Any advice would be greatly appreciated with respect to narrowing down options to apply. Also looking to begin in the Spring of 2017. Thank you so much.


There are some LLMs in the Netherlands for around 1700-1800 eur.
Also, University of Luxembourg offers some LLMs for around 200-300 eur per semester.

Do not check England for affordable master courses because you will find nothing affordable there (depending on your budget, 10 000 euros doesn't sound affordable to me).

You can check some German universities as well.

[Edited by Ummihannah_ on Oct 11, 2016]

[quote]Hi all, I am looking for a 12-month LLM program taught in English at a top ranked university. However, I am a single parent and cost is a determining factor. Any advice would be greatly appreciated with respect to narrowing down options to apply. Also looking to begin in the Spring of 2017. Thank you so much. [/quote]

There are some LLMs in the Netherlands for around 1700-1800 eur.
Also, University of Luxembourg offers some LLMs for around 200-300 eur per semester.

Do not check England for affordable master courses because you will find nothing affordable there (depending on your budget, 10 000 euros doesn't sound affordable to me).

You can check some German universities as well.
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MBL-FU
You might also find some values in Germany - FU Berlin offers an MBL - not an LLM per se - for under 10,000 EUR.


Hi there, good luck with your search, smmpz!
I just wanted to add that the MBL is a sub-category of an LLM, our students are entitled to bear this title.

Check out our programme to see if the combination of Business/Trade/Competition/Regulation/IP/Energy and Telco is what you are looking for!

Best,
MBL-FU Staff
[quote] You might also find some values in Germany - FU Berlin offers an MBL - not an LLM per se - for under 10,000 EUR.[/quote]

Hi there, good luck with your search, smmpz!
I just wanted to add that the MBL is a sub-category of an LLM, our students are entitled to bear this title.

Check out our programme to see if the combination of Business/Trade/Competition/Regulation/IP/Energy and Telco is what you are looking for!

Best,
MBL-FU Staff
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I just wanted to add that the MBL is a sub-category of an LLM, our students are entitled to bear this title.

Thanks for the clarification. Could you please elaborate? Does the diploma say "LLM" on it? I couldn't find any mention of the term "LLM" on your website.
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I just wanted to add that the MBL is a sub-category of an LLM, our students are entitled to bear this title.[/quote]
Thanks for the clarification. Could you please elaborate? Does the diploma say "LLM" on it? I couldn't find any mention of the term "LLM" on your website.
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You should also check in England. Apart from Oxbridge and London, LLM are usually around 10 000 euros (for home and EU students)... If I am not mistaken it's even cheaper in Ireland.

I'm interested in hearing more about these inexpensive LLM programs in England and Ireland. Anybody have any guidance?
[quote]You should also check in England. Apart from Oxbridge and London, LLM are usually around 10 000 euros (for home and EU students)... If I am not mistaken it's even cheaper in Ireland.[/quote]
I'm interested in hearing more about these inexpensive LLM programs in England and Ireland. Anybody have any guidance?
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NapZ
Depends on what you want to do Seb. England has great LLMs for sure (don't know about Ireland). I am not sure I would call them "inexpensive", but I am sure overall they are definitely cheaper than the American ones.

What do you want to know?
Depends on what you want to do Seb. England has great LLMs for sure (don't know about Ireland). I am not sure I would call them "inexpensive", but I am sure overall they are definitely cheaper than the American ones.

What do you want to know?
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Yes, I'm interested in the LLMs that are around 10,000 for home/EU students - as the other poster mentioned. Any advice?
Yes, I'm interested in the LLMs that are around 10,000 for home/EU students - as the other poster mentioned. Any advice?
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MBL-FU

I just wanted to add that the MBL is a sub-category of an LLM, our students are entitled to bear this title.

Thanks for the clarification. Could you please elaborate? Does the diploma say "LLM" on it? I couldn't find any mention of the term "LLM" on your website.


Dear Chicken Soup, sorry for the late reply. No, the certificate states the degree as a "Master of Business Law". Since LLM denotes the study of several jurisdictions (legum magister / master of laws) this encompasses also the special sub-category of MBL (master of business law). The Certificate bears the more specialised title to clarify the focus of the programme.
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I just wanted to add that the MBL is a sub-category of an LLM, our students are entitled to bear this title.[/quote]
Thanks for the clarification. Could you please elaborate? Does the diploma say "LLM" on it? I couldn't find any mention of the term "LLM" on your website.[/quote]

Dear Chicken Soup, sorry for the late reply. No, the certificate states the degree as a "Master of Business Law". Since LLM denotes the study of several jurisdictions (legum magister / master of laws) this encompasses also the special sub-category of MBL (master of business law). The Certificate bears the more specialised title to clarify the focus of the programme.
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Duncan
Sorry but this does not allow your graduates to call themselves LLM graduates. That would be like a JD calling themselves a PhD.
Sorry but this does not allow your graduates to call themselves LLM graduates. That would be like a JD calling themselves a PhD.
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Hi guys, I am also looking for a master in Germany but I really have problems to indentify if the Uni is a private or public uni, do you have some quote for me about it?

And 10000 eur is pretty expensive in my opinion! thank you!
Hi guys, I am also looking for a master in Germany but I really have problems to indentify if the Uni is a private or public uni, do you have some quote for me about it?

And 10000 eur is pretty expensive in my opinion! thank you!
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Generally the public schools are actually called 'universities' and might include the word "Universität" in their name.

Private schools are likely to be specialized - universities of applied sciences, often called a "Fachhochschule."

Of course, there are exceptions - which schools are you looking at?
Generally the public schools are actually called 'universities' and might include the word "Universität" in their name.

Private schools are likely to be specialized - universities of applied sciences, often called a "Fachhochschule."

Of course, there are exceptions - which schools are you looking at?
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I am also looking for LLMs, maximum 10.000 €, or the equivalent in pound for UK. I want to specialize in Business Law or Commercial Law. There are just so many options. What would be cheap options in England (seems quite expensive?) and what would be good options in Germany/France/Italy (not Netherlands or Belgium, I'd prefer something new ;-) ) I think living in a bigger and international city would also be cool, so Paris/Marseille/Berlin/Hamburg/Rome/Milano sound good, but how to figure out the best program?

Thank uuuuu!
I am also looking for LLMs, maximum 10.000 €, or the equivalent in pound for UK. I want to specialize in Business Law or Commercial Law. There are just so many options. What would be cheap options in England (seems quite expensive?) and what would be good options in Germany/France/Italy (not Netherlands or Belgium, I'd prefer something new ;-) ) I think living in a bigger and international city would also be cool, so Paris/Marseille/Berlin/Hamburg/Rome/Milano sound good, but how to figure out the best program?

Thank uuuuu!
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