English-Taught Schools


Could anyone tell me where I could find some English-taught LLM schools in Europe (besides the obvious Great Britain and Holland). I have also checked Scandinavian schools and schools in Belgium. Are there any/many in Germany, for instance? I am looking for affordable schools that aren't overly picky in their admissions criteria. Thank you!!!

Kathleen
Could anyone tell me where I could find some English-taught LLM schools in Europe (besides the obvious Great Britain and Holland). I have also checked Scandinavian schools and schools in Belgium. Are there any/many in Germany, for instance? I am looking for affordable schools that aren't overly picky in their admissions criteria. Thank you!!!

Kathleen
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Le You
Check out the programme offered in UCIHL in Geneva on International Humanitarian Law. The tuitions are 10000 euros but there are scholarships. Also look at the University of Malta. Also Latvia offers a LLM taught in english. But for what subject are you interested on?
Check out the programme offered in UCIHL in Geneva on International Humanitarian Law. The tuitions are 10000 euros but there are scholarships. Also look at the University of Malta. Also Latvia offers a LLM taught in english. But for what subject are you interested on?
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Thank you for responding. I wasn't able to write back very soon b/c I had a log in problem. Are the scholarships given in most countries given to students from the home countries from what you have heard? Are there any given to Americans? I looked at Malta, but I don't understand the money situation there; I cannot understand if the tuition is for each class (which seems pretty high) or if it is for the whole program. I am interested in Latvia, but it doesn't seem to be too centrally located (same w/ Malta) although I am not discounting either. Have you heard of any good scholarships.

I am interested in International Law or Mediation and Arbitration but am still not certain if I am DEFINITELY going to do either of those.

Thank you again!!!
Katie
Thank you for responding. I wasn't able to write back very soon b/c I had a log in problem. Are the scholarships given in most countries given to students from the home countries from what you have heard? Are there any given to Americans? I looked at Malta, but I don't understand the money situation there; I cannot understand if the tuition is for each class (which seems pretty high) or if it is for the whole program. I am interested in Latvia, but it doesn't seem to be too centrally located (same w/ Malta) although I am not discounting either. Have you heard of any good scholarships.

I am interested in International Law or Mediation and Arbitration but am still not certain if I am DEFINITELY going to do either of those.

Thank you again!!!
Katie
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By the way, has anyone heard about the LLM (EMLE) program that is held in several countries (one country per semester). I would like some opinions about how hard it is and how people who were a part of the program took care of their expenses while abroad.

THANKS!!!
Katie
By the way, has anyone heard about the LLM (EMLE) program that is held in several countries (one country per semester). I would like some opinions about how hard it is and how people who were a part of the program took care of their expenses while abroad.

THANKS!!!
Katie
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suksstarr
Hi Suzie,

I am this yr's LLM student will be studying EMLE in three universities-Bologna,Italy,Hamburg and Manchester.There is a Scholarship and check this website
www.emle.org
gud luc
cheers!
Sukanya
Hi Suzie,

I am this yr's LLM student will be studying EMLE in three universities-Bologna,Italy,Hamburg and Manchester.There is a Scholarship and check this website
www.emle.org
gud luc
cheers!
Sukanya
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I am from the US--will that affect me getting it? It looks like that is the case w/ most schools.
Katie
I am from the US--will that affect me getting it? It looks like that is the case w/ most schools.
Katie
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hi Sukanya,
Congrats on ur scholarship.am interested in EMLE. just wanted know what's the criteria for selecting the students.Does work experience carry any weightage
hi Sukanya,
Congrats on ur scholarship.am interested in EMLE. just wanted know what's the criteria for selecting the students.Does work experience carry any weightage
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Espinete
Could anyone tell me where I could find some English-taught LLM schools in Europe (besides the obvious Great Britain and Holland). I have also checked Scandinavian schools and schools in Belgium. Are there any/many in Germany, for instance? I am looking for affordable schools that aren't overly picky in their admissions criteria. Thank you!!!


The Spanish Instituto de Empresa offers an executive LLM, and I believe all the classes are in English.
<blockquote>Could anyone tell me where I could find some English-taught LLM schools in Europe (besides the obvious Great Britain and Holland). I have also checked Scandinavian schools and schools in Belgium. Are there any/many in Germany, for instance? I am looking for affordable schools that aren't overly picky in their admissions criteria. Thank you!!!</blockquote>

The Spanish Instituto de Empresa offers an executive LLM, and I believe all the classes are in English.
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teena
There is an LLM in french and european law in english taught at the university of cergy-pontoise. I have been told that some of the seminars are taught within the international legal firms to help students meet with attorneys. My brother wants to join their new double LLM programme next year in Business and environmental law with the university of Dundee. You can still apply online for 2007-2008
There is an LLM in french and european law in english taught at the university of cergy-pontoise. I have been told that some of the seminars are taught within the international legal firms to help students meet with attorneys. My brother wants to join their new double LLM programme next year in Business and environmental law with the university of Dundee. You can still apply online for 2007-2008
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Fantasy
I think Saarland University (in Germany) has got an LL.M. programme in European Law, taught in English. Check it out for yourself.
I think Saarland University (in Germany) has got an LL.M. programme in European Law, taught in English. Check it out for yourself.
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Fantasy
And there seems to be one at ILF Institute for Law and Finance at Frankfurt University.
And there seems to be one at ILF Institute for Law and Finance at Frankfurt University.
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rosalie
Go on the university of Cergy-Pontoise website (Paris). The LLM in french and european is very interesting and complete with lots of contacts within international law firms. It is not too expensive compared to other LLMs but I don't think it will last for ever because the law school gains in reputation. I was graduated from this law school and entered NYU.

Good luck

www.u-cergy.fr (see the english pages).
Go on the university of Cergy-Pontoise website (Paris). The LLM in french and european is very interesting and complete with lots of contacts within international law firms. It is not too expensive compared to other LLMs but I don't think it will last for ever because the law school gains in reputation. I was graduated from this law school and entered NYU.

Good luck

www.u-cergy.fr (see the english pages).
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Lisbon's Catolica offers two English taught programs: LL.M. in International Trade and Business and (Bologna) Master in Global Legal Studies.
Go to:
www.llmcatolica.com
www.fd.lisboa.ucp.pt
Lisbon's Catolica offers two English taught programs: LL.M. in International Trade and Business and (Bologna) Master in Global Legal Studies.
Go to:
www.llmcatolica.com
www.fd.lisboa.ucp.pt
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jasq
Jagiellonian University offers an American LLM granted by the Catholic University of America (Columbus School of Law) - the courses are conducted in Krakow (Poland) and two months have to be spent in Washington. All the professors come from the States. www.llm.law.edu
There are also German (IP - Dresden) and French (Orleans) LLM programmes and Polish-German "European Doctoral College" (Krakow-Heidelberg-Mainz).
Jagiellonian University offers an American LLM granted by the Catholic University of America (Columbus School of Law) - the courses are conducted in Krakow (Poland) and two months have to be spent in Washington. All the professors come from the States. www.llm.law.edu
There are also German (IP - Dresden) and French (Orleans) LLM programmes and Polish-German "European Doctoral College" (Krakow-Heidelberg-Mainz).
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