is UvA my only option?


Hi everyone!

I need advice about choosing my LL.M. UvA is the only university in Europe that offers a programme with the track "Competiton law..." that I know of.
Can somebody suggest any other universities in europe that offer a similar programme and does not cost more than 2000euros per year? Have in mind that I would like a lot of competiton/antitrust-related subyects, it doesn't matter how the programme is called. Maybe somewhere in the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark etc.?

Thanks :D
Hi everyone!

I need advice about choosing my LL.M. UvA is the only university in Europe that offers a programme with the track "Competiton law..." that I know of.
Can somebody suggest any other universities in europe that offer a similar programme and does not cost more than 2000euros per year? Have in mind that I would like a lot of competiton/antitrust-related subyects, it doesn't matter how the programme is called. Maybe somewhere in the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark etc.?

Thanks :D
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neznanka
Hey, you might want to check out Universite de Liege in Belgium, it offers a pretty good IP/competition programme, taught by practitioners: http://www.llm-guide.com/university/533/university-of-liege-liege-competition-and-innovation-institute
Not sure about the price, should be around 2000-3000 per year, though.
Hey, you might want to check out Universite de Liege in Belgium, it offers a pretty good IP/competition programme, taught by practitioners: http://www.llm-guide.com/university/533/university-of-liege-liege-competition-and-innovation-institute
Not sure about the price, should be around 2000-3000 per year, though.
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This faculty requires work experience, which I do not have. I would lke to hear some other possibilities, wherever, as long as it is in english only and does not cost more than 2000 - 3000 euros, maybe nordic countries a s well?? does anyone know any good options up there? I know it is free (mostly), but I am not sure about the quality of the teaching and how an education from there would affect my possibilities for landing a decent job after....
and another thing...I am also considering PhD after my LL.M. So this is also a factor, when I will consider which faculty to apply to..in a sense that they offer good opportunities for doing a Phd after, and not neccesarily having to pay for it? can somebody suggest some faculties that are known to accept a considareble amound of Phd students in the area of Law? (Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany)

thanks :)
This faculty requires work experience, which I do not have. I would lke to hear some other possibilities, wherever, as long as it is in english only and does not cost more than 2000 - 3000 euros, maybe nordic countries a s well?? does anyone know any good options up there? I know it is free (mostly), but I am not sure about the quality of the teaching and how an education from there would affect my possibilities for landing a decent job after....
and another thing...I am also considering PhD after my LL.M. So this is also a factor, when I will consider which faculty to apply to..in a sense that they offer good opportunities for doing a Phd after, and not neccesarily having to pay for it? can somebody suggest some faculties that are known to accept a considareble amound of Phd students in the area of Law? (Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany)

thanks :)
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