Any comments on the new Bocconi llm program?


Luchiano

Hi all,
I'm really curious about Bocconi's program: LLM in European Business & Social Law. It's launched in 2019 and I couldn't find more info about it. How is the network there? Will the tuition worth it? I mean it's a little bit high but still acceptable, but you have to spend it right, right?
Looking forward to ur replies, thx a lot!!!

Hi all,
I'm really curious about Bocconi's program: LLM in European Business & Social Law. It's launched in 2019 and I couldn't find more info about it. How is the network there? Will the tuition worth it? I mean it's a little bit high but still acceptable, but you have to spend it right, right?
Looking forward to ur replies, thx a lot!!!
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Dear Luchiano,

My name is Serge Lambert, I am from Belgium, and I am currently attending the LLM in Law of Internet Technology in Bocconi. Before it, I was an Erasmus student in Bocconi for one semester (September 2018 to January 2019).

I cannot answer your questions about this specific LLM, because as you know it is a brand new one. However, I can tell you about my general experience in Bocconi during this year and last year [regarding your questions].

First of all, I would say that the Bocconi network is one of the best in Europe. we have professors coming from all over the world to teach about their particular topic.

About the tuition, you are “the only judge” (if I may say), however, I can give you some information about what will be made available to you as a Bocconi student:

- First, the career center from Bocconi is proactive, they organize a lot of events where students can meet firm representatives in order to know about them and to get job opportunities. For example, [only] in March, they organize two recruiting date events in Bocconi (the first one is about financial services & fintech, and the second one about web&digital companies), a third event on Bocconi&jobs tax & legal (in Bocconi), and a fourth one in Bruxelles (where you can meet companies and institutions based in Benelux). All over the year, students have access to that kind of events.

- Second, the professors that we have are coming from different backgrounds (NGOs, international organizations, law firms, academics, …) and they often take interns. So, it is possible to find opportunities within the lectures.

- Third, the “main professors” that I have and see often are always willing to help: if there is any trouble during the year, and even, to help with our future after the LLM. Moreover, if we have questions professors usually respond quite fast to emails.

- Fourth, as a Bocconi student, you can attend (for free most of the time) all the conferences organized by/in Bocconi, they are quite diverse and numerous.

- Fifth, if it may help you, as “practical matters”, we have “electric plugs” in every seats, in every classrooms for computers; Bocconi provides free water in every building; Bocconi student wifi is quite good (fast) and almost always works (this year I had no trouble with it); in general infrastructures are quite good.

With regard to my personal feelings, when I arrived as an Erasmus student, I was really happy with the lectures, the professors and the University. So satisfied that, I decided to apply for another entire year in Bocconi, and so far, I am really pleased with it.

Finally, I personally had the chance to follow two classes taught by the LLM [in European Business & Social Law] director (Lillà Montagnani). She helped me a lot when I arrived in Milan the first time, and, I can assure you that she will do everything she can to make your year successful.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have more questions, I would be glad to answer.

Best regards,
Serge Lambert.

[Edited by SergeLambert on Feb 20, 2020]

Dear Luchiano,

My name is Serge Lambert, I am from Belgium, and I am currently attending the LLM in Law of Internet Technology in Bocconi. Before it, I was an Erasmus student in Bocconi for one semester (September 2018 to January 2019).

I cannot answer your questions about this specific LLM, because as you know it is a brand new one. However, I can tell you about my general experience in Bocconi during this year and last year [regarding your questions].

First of all, I would say that the Bocconi network is one of the best in Europe. we have professors coming from all over the world to teach about their particular topic.

About the tuition, you are “the only judge” (if I may say), however, I can give you some information about what will be made available to you as a Bocconi student:

- First, the career center from Bocconi is proactive, they organize a lot of events where students can meet firm representatives in order to know about them and to get job opportunities. For example, [only] in March, they organize two recruiting date events in Bocconi (the first one is about financial services & fintech, and the second one about web&digital companies), a third event on Bocconi&jobs tax & legal (in Bocconi), and a fourth one in Bruxelles (where you can meet companies and institutions based in Benelux). All over the year, students have access to that kind of events.

- Second, the professors that we have are coming from different backgrounds (NGOs, international organizations, law firms, academics, …) and they often take interns. So, it is possible to find opportunities within the lectures.

- Third, the “main professors” that I have and see often are always willing to help: if there is any trouble during the year, and even, to help with our future after the LLM. Moreover, if we have questions professors usually respond quite fast to emails.

- Fourth, as a Bocconi student, you can attend (for free most of the time) all the conferences organized by/in Bocconi, they are quite diverse and numerous.

- Fifth, if it may help you, as “practical matters”, we have “electric plugs” in every seats, in every classrooms for computers; Bocconi provides free water in every building; Bocconi student wifi is quite good (fast) and almost always works (this year I had no trouble with it); in general infrastructures are quite good.

With regard to my personal feelings, when I arrived as an Erasmus student, I was really happy with the lectures, the professors and the University. So satisfied that, I decided to apply for another entire year in Bocconi, and so far, I am really pleased with it.

Finally, I personally had the chance to follow two classes taught by the LLM [in European Business & Social Law] director (Lillà Montagnani). She helped me a lot when I arrived in Milan the first time, and, I can assure you that she will do everything she can to make your year successful.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have more questions, I would be glad to answer.

Best regards,
Serge Lambert.
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Luchiano

Dear Luchiano,

My name is Serge Lambert, I am from Belgium, and I am currently attending the LLM in Law of Internet Technology in Bocconi. Before it, I was an Erasmus student in Bocconi for one semester (September 2018 to January 2019).

I cannot answer your questions about this specific LLM, because as you know it is a brand new one. However, I can tell you about my general experience in Bocconi during this year and last year [regarding your questions].

First of all, I would say that the Bocconi network is one of the best in Europe. we have professors coming from all over the world to teach about their particular topic.

About the tuition, you are “the only judge” (if I may say), however, I can give you some information about what will be made available to you as a Bocconi student:

- First, the career center from Bocconi is proactive, they organize a lot of events where students can meet firm representatives in order to know about them and to get job opportunities. For example, [only] in March, they organize two recruiting date events in Bocconi (the first one is about financial services & fintech, and the second one about web&digital companies), a third event on Bocconi&jobs tax & legal (in Bocconi), and a fourth one in Bruxelles (where you can meet companies and institutions based in Benelux). All over the year, students have access to that kind of events.

- Second, the professors that we have are coming from different backgrounds (NGOs, international organizations, law firms, academics, …) and they often take interns. So, it is possible to find opportunities within the lectures.

- Third, the “main professors” that I have and see often are always willing to help: if there is any trouble during the year, and even, to help with our future after the LLM. Moreover, if we have questions professors usually respond quite fast to emails.

- Fourth, as a Bocconi student, you can attend (for free most of the time) all the conferences organized by/in Bocconi, they are quite diverse and numerous.

- Fifth, if it may help you, as “practical matters”, we have “electric plugs” in every seats, in every classrooms for computers; Bocconi provides free water in every building; Bocconi student wifi is quite good (fast) and almost always works (this year I had no trouble with it); in general infrastructures are quite good.

With regard to my personal feelings, when I arrived as an Erasmus student, I was really happy with the lectures, the professors and the University. So satisfied that, I decided to apply for another entire year in Bocconi, and so far, I am really pleased with it.

Finally, I personally had the chance to follow two classes taught by the LLM [in European Business & Social Law] director (Lillà Montagnani). She helped me a lot when I arrived in Milan the first time, and, I can assure you that she will do everything she can to make your year successful.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have more questions, I would be glad to answer.

Best regards,
Serge Lambert.

Hi Serge, thx a lot for your generous sharing!!! I appreciate it and I'm now applying for the Digital Law summer school of Bocconi this summer, and will put it on my applying list next year. Also, I'm curious about number of people in your class. Looking forward to your early reply and thank you again!

Best regards,
Luchiano

[quote]Dear Luchiano,

My name is Serge Lambert, I am from Belgium, and I am currently attending the LLM in Law of Internet Technology in Bocconi. Before it, I was an Erasmus student in Bocconi for one semester (September 2018 to January 2019).

I cannot answer your questions about this specific LLM, because as you know it is a brand new one. However, I can tell you about my general experience in Bocconi during this year and last year [regarding your questions].

First of all, I would say that the Bocconi network is one of the best in Europe. we have professors coming from all over the world to teach about their particular topic.

About the tuition, you are “the only judge” (if I may say), however, I can give you some information about what will be made available to you as a Bocconi student:

- First, the career center from Bocconi is proactive, they organize a lot of events where students can meet firm representatives in order to know about them and to get job opportunities. For example, [only] in March, they organize two recruiting date events in Bocconi (the first one is about financial services & fintech, and the second one about web&digital companies), a third event on Bocconi&jobs tax & legal (in Bocconi), and a fourth one in Bruxelles (where you can meet companies and institutions based in Benelux). All over the year, students have access to that kind of events.

- Second, the professors that we have are coming from different backgrounds (NGOs, international organizations, law firms, academics, …) and they often take interns. So, it is possible to find opportunities within the lectures.

- Third, the “main professors” that I have and see often are always willing to help: if there is any trouble during the year, and even, to help with our future after the LLM. Moreover, if we have questions professors usually respond quite fast to emails.

- Fourth, as a Bocconi student, you can attend (for free most of the time) all the conferences organized by/in Bocconi, they are quite diverse and numerous.

- Fifth, if it may help you, as “practical matters”, we have “electric plugs” in every seats, in every classrooms for computers; Bocconi provides free water in every building; Bocconi student wifi is quite good (fast) and almost always works (this year I had no trouble with it); in general infrastructures are quite good.

With regard to my personal feelings, when I arrived as an Erasmus student, I was really happy with the lectures, the professors and the University. So satisfied that, I decided to apply for another entire year in Bocconi, and so far, I am really pleased with it.

Finally, I personally had the chance to follow two classes taught by the LLM [in European Business & Social Law] director (Lillà Montagnani). She helped me a lot when I arrived in Milan the first time, and, I can assure you that she will do everything she can to make your year successful.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have more questions, I would be glad to answer.

Best regards,
Serge Lambert. [/quote]
Hi Serge, thx a lot for your generous sharing!!! I appreciate it and I'm now applying for the Digital Law summer school of Bocconi this summer, and will put it on my applying list next year. Also, I'm curious about number of people in your class. Looking forward to your early reply and thank you again!

Best regards,
Luchiano
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Dear Luchiano,

It is my pleasure to help you, I am sure that you will find Bocconi very pleasant.

We are around 30 candidates in my class.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have more questions, I am glad to help you.

Best regards,
Serge

Dear Luchiano,

It is my pleasure to help you, I am sure that you will find Bocconi very pleasant.

We are around 30 candidates in my class.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have more questions, I am glad to help you.

Best regards,
Serge
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