Groningen and Utrecht


gruberh
Good afternoon. Am looking into the European Economic Law LLM at Groningen and the European Law LLM & Law and Economics LLMs at Utrecht. Does anyone have first-hand experience with any of these? If so, any insight into the quality of such is appreciated.
Good afternoon. Am looking into the European Economic Law LLM at Groningen and the European Law LLM & Law and Economics LLMs at Utrecht. Does anyone have first-hand experience with any of these? If so, any insight into the quality of such is appreciated.
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moritz.j
Hi gruberh, I am currently enrolled in the European Economic Law programme in Groningen and I would be glad to help you out. My studies started in September 2017, I am expecting to graduate this summer.

I have written a longer discussion entry in November 2017, some points I made there may help you already. Feel free to have a look (https://llm-guide.com/board/europe/global-criminal-law-or-european-economic-law-in-groningen-209960).

I am glad to have made the choice for the European Economic Law programme in Groningen, everything about the programme has been wonderful and an all-around enriching experience. Teaching is excellent, a variety of specialist lecturers take you through all relevant aspects of European Economic Law. The courses range, among other fields, from Internal Market Law to Competition Law and from EU (external) Trade Law to Judicial Protection, I simply feel as though I am getting a well-balanced and thought-out input on the economic law dimensions of the EU. You could say that the programme stays true to its name - I find that to be perfect since the aim of giving an in-depth input on European Economic Law can be achieved within the year in Groningen. The general course structure as well as the individual courses have been coherent and well-organised.

A few more points on the quality you had asked about: Multiple lecturers from the department are available to supervise your thesis and happy to discuss your ideas with you. The group of students this year is rather small, this has created a great classroom environment for teaching and discussing. Everything happening during the semester is well-managed, the RUG staff is very helpful and the University online services work well.

This is just a brief glimpse into European Economic Law in Groningen, please feel free to ask further and more detailed questions, I would be glad to help. I am very happy to have chosen Groningen and I hope to have named a few points why. Good luck for your choice and for your studies!
Hi gruberh, I am currently enrolled in the European Economic Law programme in Groningen and I would be glad to help you out. My studies started in September 2017, I am expecting to graduate this summer.

I have written a longer discussion entry in November 2017, some points I made there may help you already. Feel free to have a look (https://llm-guide.com/board/europe/global-criminal-law-or-european-economic-law-in-groningen-209960).

I am glad to have made the choice for the European Economic Law programme in Groningen, everything about the programme has been wonderful and an all-around enriching experience. Teaching is excellent, a variety of specialist lecturers take you through all relevant aspects of European Economic Law. The courses range, among other fields, from Internal Market Law to Competition Law and from EU (external) Trade Law to Judicial Protection, I simply feel as though I am getting a well-balanced and thought-out input on the economic law dimensions of the EU. You could say that the programme stays true to its name - I find that to be perfect since the aim of giving an in-depth input on European Economic Law can be achieved within the year in Groningen. The general course structure as well as the individual courses have been coherent and well-organised.

A few more points on the quality you had asked about: Multiple lecturers from the department are available to supervise your thesis and happy to discuss your ideas with you. The group of students this year is rather small, this has created a great classroom environment for teaching and discussing. Everything happening during the semester is well-managed, the RUG staff is very helpful and the University online services work well.

This is just a brief glimpse into European Economic Law in Groningen, please feel free to ask further and more detailed questions, I would be glad to help. I am very happy to have chosen Groningen and I hope to have named a few points why. Good luck for your choice and for your studies!
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