German spoken areas


_Miki_

I would be glad if there is someone who could help me with informations about applying on Universities in German spoken countries (Germany, Austria, Swiss...)
Have no experince with this, so anything would be very helpfull foe me.

I would be glad if there is someone who could help me with informations about applying on Universities in German spoken countries (Germany, Austria, Swiss...)
Have no experince with this, so anything would be very helpfull foe me.
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Mr. Lawyer

German Spoken areas, just for the localities or the program must be in Deusch?

see ya

German Spoken areas, just for the localities or the program must be in Deusch?

see ya
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_Miki_

Just for localities, and about program, it could be on english too. I have learned german for 12 years in perimary and secondary school, and I would like to enkrease my knowelage during this studies. That is why would I choose Germany (or Austria) and not Italy or some other countries.

thanks for your reply Mr. Lawyer

_Miki_

Just for localities, and about program, it could be on english too. I have learned german for 12 years in perimary and secondary school, and I would like to enkrease my knowelage during this studies. That is why would I choose Germany (or Austria) and not Italy or some other countries.

thanks for your reply Mr. Lawyer

_Miki_
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_Miki_

Just for localities, and about program, it could be on english too. I have learned german for 12 years in perimary and secondary school, and I would like to enkrease my knowelage during this studies. That is why would I choose Germany (or Austria) and not Italy or some other countries.

thanks for your reply Mr. Lawyer

_Miki_

Just for localities, and about program, it could be on english too. I have learned german for 12 years in perimary and secondary school, and I would like to enkrease my knowelage during this studies. That is why would I choose Germany (or Austria) and not Italy or some other countries.

thanks for your reply Mr. Lawyer

_Miki_
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Mr. Lawyer

Hey,

But what you want to study?

Europe Law, Finance, what??

There are so many options...

see ya

Hey,

But what you want to study?

Europe Law, Finance, what??

There are so many options...

see ya
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_Miki_

:) yeah,thats just an imortant thing and I forgot to say :)
I would like to study Financal, or contract law... I don`t realy understand how all this LLM thing function and don`t know from where to start at all...

:) yeah,thats just an imortant thing and I forgot to say :)
I would like to study Financal, or contract law... I don`t realy understand how all this LLM thing function and don`t know from where to start at all...
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austriaca

I can just speak for the LLM Program in Salzburg (Transnational Business Practice), which concentrates on European business law including courses like Drafting INternational Contracts and stuff like that.

I guess the application is the same everywhere: just go to the homepage of the university you want to study at (for the program in Salzburg go to www.mcgeorge.edu) and print out the admission form - there you find all requirements. In order to be able to take part in an LLM-Program, you need a graduation from a law school - as far as I know an LLB is sufficient.

Another important thing is that you need (for programs taught in English) a TOEFL-test which is an English test where min. 80 points are required. Then - for some programs - you need to transmit a sample of legal writing in English. You could send something you've already written during your studies.

I hope I've helped you with that information!

I can just speak for the LLM Program in Salzburg (Transnational Business Practice), which concentrates on European business law including courses like Drafting INternational Contracts and stuff like that.

I guess the application is the same everywhere: just go to the homepage of the university you want to study at (for the program in Salzburg go to www.mcgeorge.edu) and print out the admission form - there you find all requirements. In order to be able to take part in an LLM-Program, you need a graduation from a law school - as far as I know an LLB is sufficient.

Another important thing is that you need (for programs taught in English) a TOEFL-test which is an English test where min. 80 points are required. Then - for some programs - you need to transmit a sample of legal writing in English. You could send something you've already written during your studies.

I hope I've helped you with that information!
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