I graduated from Durham University about 1.5 years ago and now I am working as an anti-trust counsel. I am thinking about getting a masters degree on International Trade and EU Law and I found that Europa Institut offers a couple of modules which fits to my masters degree needs. I have a couple of questions in mind:
1) How's the school? Especially tutors and lecturers? Because I practice competition law, I do need to publish papers regularly so how is their academic help for masters students who do want to get published?
2) Even though I do like practicing competition law, I also do want to have a work experience in an international organisation (mainly WTO) so how is their graduate and alumni office? Do students easily find jobs or internships in international organisations?
3) How's the city? I am looking for a place where I can improve myself academically while obtaining a masters degree so I am actually not looking for a city which is 24/7 alive or where I have to wait 1.5 hours in traffic.
4) Lastly, I might want to pursue a PhD degree and postdoc if I can not find a job in an international organisation. I would appreciate if an alumni could inform me on PhD opportunities at Europa Institut.
Edit: The title was supposed to be 19/20, sorry!
[Edited by melihy on Jun 05, 2018]