Good LLM for Business Law or Commercial Law


Hi everybody,

I am doing some research for an LLM program starting next year (2016.)

I would like to do my LLM in Europe and focus on Business Law or Commercial Law (preferably focused on European law). These are the schools/programs that I am interested in:

University of Vienna, LLM in European and International Business Law

IE Law School, LLM in International Business Law

Université de Lausanne, LLM in International and European Economic and Commercial Law

Central European University (CEU), LLM in International Business Law

I know that there are a lot of factors that go into the decisionmaking process, but I wonder if anybody could suggest which of these schools is worth applying to, or suggest some other schools that might be better. Thanks!

Hi everybody,

I am doing some research for an LLM program starting next year (2016.)

I would like to do my LLM in Europe and focus on Business Law or Commercial Law (preferably focused on European law). These are the schools/programs that I am interested in:

University of Vienna, LLM in European and International Business Law

IE Law School, LLM in International Business Law

Université de Lausanne, LLM in International and European Economic and Commercial Law

Central European University (CEU), LLM in International Business Law

I know that there are a lot of factors that go into the decisionmaking process, but I wonder if anybody could suggest which of these schools is worth applying to, or suggest some other schools that might be better. Thanks!
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chicken so...

Also maybe look at the Dutch schools: Leiden, Tilburg, Amsterdam... Maastricht has a range of options that you might find interesting as well.

In terms of which one is right for you, I'd take a close look at the curriculum and faculty from each program and see how they line up with what you want to learn.

Personally I like the IE program because you get to take an MBA module as part of the LLM, which can be really useful to get some insight into general business tools, which are helpful.

Also maybe look at the Dutch schools: Leiden, Tilburg, Amsterdam... Maastricht has a range of options that you might find interesting as well.

In terms of which one is right for you, I'd take a close look at the curriculum and faculty from each program and see how they line up with what you want to learn.

Personally I like the IE program because you get to take an MBA module as part of the LLM, which can be really useful to get some insight into general business tools, which are helpful.
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