Help in choosing where to study


Hi everybody!
This year I'm graduating in Bulgaria (law) and I'm choosing now where to apply for my masters. I'm interested in European law and I want to work around Europe (my boyfriend is a Portuguese, so we're searching how to overcome the distance in the future) I'm searching for programs in English with good career prospects after graduation. (I've also started studying French, but it's still a long time till I have a good command on the language).

The universities I've been contemplating about till now are: Leuven (Belgium), Vienna, Maastricht, Amsterdam and Catholica University Lisbon (I'd be especially grateful for any comments on the last one, because on paper their program in global law sounds great, but I've not stumbled about anything more specific about how the employers view a diploma from there).
Any opinions and/or other suggestions?

I really wanted to try in France, too, but till now I've not been able to find a suitable and renowned program in English, everything good is taught only in French. If you can suggest something in France, too, I'd be really grateful!
Hi everybody!
This year I'm graduating in Bulgaria (law) and I'm choosing now where to apply for my masters. I'm interested in European law and I want to work around Europe (my boyfriend is a Portuguese, so we're searching how to overcome the distance in the future) I'm searching for programs in English with good career prospects after graduation. (I've also started studying French, but it's still a long time till I have a good command on the language).

The universities I've been contemplating about till now are: Leuven (Belgium), Vienna, Maastricht, Amsterdam and Catholica University Lisbon (I'd be especially grateful for any comments on the last one, because on paper their program in global law sounds great, but I've not stumbled about anything more specific about how the employers view a diploma from there).
Any opinions and/or other suggestions?

I really wanted to try in France, too, but till now I've not been able to find a suitable and renowned program in English, everything good is taught only in French. If you can suggest something in France, too, I'd be really grateful!



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MBL-FU
Hi Michelle,

Have you considered the Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory in Berlin? (Disclosure: PhD candidate at their programme). Taught in English, lecturers from all around the world and with their focus career prospects are pretty good ;-)

Best from Berlin,

Dominik

(ps: No french, though :( )
(pps: link http://www.llm-guide.com/university/825/freie-universitaet-fu-berlin-institute-for-german-and-european-business-competition-and-regulatory-law)
Hi Michelle,

Have you considered the Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory in Berlin? (Disclosure: PhD candidate at their programme). Taught in English, lecturers from all around the world and with their focus career prospects are pretty good ;-)

Best from Berlin,

Dominik

(ps: No french, though :( )
(pps: link http://www.llm-guide.com/university/825/freie-universitaet-fu-berlin-institute-for-german-and-european-business-competition-and-regulatory-law)
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Kgr2805
Hi Michelle did you obtain more information of catolica global school of law? I am thinking of applying! I have your same doubt.
Hi Michelle did you obtain more information of catolica global school of law? I am thinking of applying! I have your same doubt.
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Hi! In the end, I chose KU Leuven. As for Catolica, I have heard from colleagues that the programme is truely good and demanding. However, the university is still not widely recognised in the rankings and this should be kept in mind. Good luck!
Hi! In the end, I chose KU Leuven. As for Catolica, I have heard from colleagues that the programme is truely good and demanding. However, the university is still not widely recognised in the rankings and this should be kept in mind. Good luck!
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Hi! In the end, I chose KU Leuven. As for Catolica, I have heard from colleagues that the programme is truely good and demanding. However, the university is still not widely recognised in the rankings and this should be kept in mind. Good luck!


Hey michelle. Like you i am too at crossroads of choosing wear to study having applied and got offers from Dutch and English universities. However i am more inclined towards KU Leuven. Do you mind sharing your experience? :)
[quote]Hi! In the end, I chose KU Leuven. As for Catolica, I have heard from colleagues that the programme is truely good and demanding. However, the university is still not widely recognised in the rankings and this should be kept in mind. Good luck! [/quote]

Hey michelle. Like you i am too at crossroads of choosing wear to study having applied and got offers from Dutch and English universities. However i am more inclined towards KU Leuven. Do you mind sharing your experience? :)
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