International Commercial Law in Groningen


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Anyone completed this LLM? Am looking for some feedback :)

Anyone completed this LLM? Am looking for some feedback :)
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Weronika

Hi! I have not completed this LLM yet, but I'm currently during my last semester so maybe I could help :) What exactly would you like to know?

Hi! I have not completed this LLM yet, but I'm currently during my last semester so maybe I could help :) What exactly would you like to know?<br><br>
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Hi! I have not completed this LLM yet, but I'm currently during my last semester so maybe I could help :) What exactly would you like to know?



Thank you for the reply! Can you tell what are the class sizes, do the courses focus on dutch contexts/examples only, are there internship possibilities? Any insight really is great to hear!

[quote]Hi! I have not completed this LLM yet, but I'm currently during my last semester so maybe I could help :) What exactly would you like to know?<br><br> [/quote]<br><br>Thank you for the reply! Can you tell what are the class sizes, do the courses focus on dutch contexts/examples only, are there internship possibilities? Any insight really is great to hear!<br><br>
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Weronika

The class sizes depend on how many people enrolled for the program but right now, in my group, there is no more than 28 people, however, it is quite difficult to assess in the online setting. To be honest, the courses rarely focus on the dutch contexts. Yes, sometimes lecturers use Dutch examples to illustrate certain concept but it is not a standard. We do have comparative courses (i.e. Comparative Tort Law), but then we mainly focus on the French, German, English or US systems. 
As for the internships, there are a lot of possibilities to broaden your knowledge as long as you are willing to put some effort into it. The University also offers additional courses that can give you different perspectives and be a nice addition to your CV (i.e. the course on Intercultural Competence which I found very interesting as it helped me in understanding not only other cultures but also my own) 

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The class sizes depend on how many people enrolled for the program but right now, in my group, there is no more than 28 people, however, it is quite difficult to assess in the online setting. To be honest, the courses rarely focus on the dutch contexts. Yes, sometimes lecturers use Dutch examples to illustrate certain concept but it is not a standard. We do have comparative courses (i.e. Comparative Tort Law), but then we mainly focus on the French, German, English or US systems.&nbsp;<br>As for the internships, there are a lot of possibilities to broaden your knowledge as long as you are willing to put some effort into it. The University also offers additional courses that can give you different perspectives and be a nice addition to your CV (i.e. the course on Intercultural Competence which I found very interesting as it helped me in understanding not only other cultures but also my own)&nbsp;
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The class sizes depend on how many people enrolled for the program but right now, in my group, there is no more than 28 people, however, it is quite difficult to assess in the online setting. To be honest, the courses rarely focus on the dutch contexts. Yes, sometimes lecturers use Dutch examples to illustrate certain concept but it is not a standard. We do have comparative courses (i.e. Comparative Tort Law), but then we mainly focus on the French, German, English or US systems. 
As for the internships, there are a lot of possibilities to broaden your knowledge as long as you are willing to put some effort into it. The University also offers additional courses that can give you different perspectives and be a nice addition to your CV (i.e. the course on Intercultural Competence which I found very interesting as it helped me in understanding not only other cultures but also my own) 


Thank you so much for answering my questions! 1f60a If I can ask just one more - do you know if the courses will be online for next year??

[quote]The class sizes depend on how many people enrolled for the program but right now, in my group, there is no more than 28 people, however, it is quite difficult to assess in the online setting. To be honest, the courses rarely focus on the dutch contexts. Yes, sometimes lecturers use Dutch examples to illustrate certain concept but it is not a standard. We do have comparative courses (i.e. Comparative Tort Law), but then we mainly focus on the French, German, English or US systems.&nbsp;<br>As for the internships, there are a lot of possibilities to broaden your knowledge as long as you are willing to put some effort into it. The University also offers additional courses that can give you different perspectives and be a nice addition to your CV (i.e. the course on Intercultural Competence which I found very interesting as it helped me in understanding not only other cultures but also my own)&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Thank you so much for answering my questions!&nbsp;:blush:&nbsp;If I can ask just one more - do you know if the courses will be online for next year??
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