LLM for a Turkish student


hello
I am from Turkey and now studying Turkish Private Law
are there anyone who could give me any info about LLM in English, at Nederlands, Germany, anywhere but England?
Thanks
and nice to meet you

hello
I am from Turkey and now studying Turkish Private Law
are there anyone who could give me any info about LLM in English, at Nederlands, Germany, anywhere but England?
Thanks
and nice to meet you
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Onurkan

Hi Sevgi,

I don't know whether you have enough information already about LLM studies in Europe.
I'am from the Netherlands and currently pursuing my master's degree from the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
But if you are interested in a international LLM i would recommand you the University of Amsterdam.
They have some real good international LLM programs. Also it depends what kind of LLM you are interested in (private,public,financial, etc)

If you need specific information please let me know and i will do my best to answer your questions.

Take care

Hi Sevgi,

I don't know whether you have enough information already about LLM studies in Europe.
I'am from the Netherlands and currently pursuing my master's degree from the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
But if you are interested in a international LLM i would recommand you the University of Amsterdam.
They have some real good international LLM programs. Also it depends what kind of LLM you are interested in (private,public,financial, etc)

If you need specific information please let me know and i will do my best to answer your questions.

Take care

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illy

hiya sevgi - in Netherlands, i would recommend the LLM program at either Leiden or Utrecht. I have heard very good reports in relation to both. I will be attending Leiden next year. Good luck!

hiya sevgi - in Netherlands, i would recommend the LLM program at either Leiden or Utrecht. I have heard very good reports in relation to both. I will be attending Leiden next year. Good luck!
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Mehmet

Hi there!
I am looking for LLM Degree in European Law. But I must mention that I am not a law graduate. I have studied economics but now I am very interested and involved in EU law because of my job at a governmental office on foreign trade for more than two years.
Are there any universities which you could particulary suggest me? I have the impression that the Dutch universities are the best for studying EU Law. Is it so? I need to find a really well-equipped programme which would really satisfy my expectations.

Hi there!
I am looking for LLM Degree in European Law. But I must mention that I am not a law graduate. I have studied economics but now I am very interested and involved in EU law because of my job at a governmental office on foreign trade for more than two years.
Are there any universities which you could particulary suggest me? I have the impression that the Dutch universities are the best for studying EU Law. Is it so? I need to find a really well-equipped programme which would really satisfy my expectations.
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illy

hey there, I'm not sure what your options are without a LLB degree ... most LLM programs require this as a minimum.
Sorry I cannot help you further. Good luck!

hey there, I'm not sure what your options are without a LLB degree ... most LLM programs require this as a minimum.
Sorry I cannot help you further. Good luck!
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Onurkan

Dear Memet,

For most LLM degress a bachelors degree in Law is needed foro admission. The only LLM that i know which also accepts non-law students is the European Master in Law and Economics. For this LLM is a bachelor in Economics sufficient.

Please check out www.emle.org for more information about this master. You can study at three different universities (Rotterdam, Gent, Hamburg, Bologna, Aix-Marseille, Manchester, Madrid, Linköping, Stockholm, Vienna, Haifa and there is also an option to study in the US). This way you can chose the courses that are most interesting for you and your carreer.

I think this is the only LLM which you can pursue. Perhaps you could take a look at economic master degree's which also have some law courses in the curriculum but i would prefer the European Master in Law and Economics because it is an Erasmus Mundus programme and you have the opportunity to study in three different countries.

Dear Memet,

For most LLM degress a bachelors degree in Law is needed foro admission. The only LLM that i know which also accepts non-law students is the European Master in Law and Economics. For this LLM is a bachelor in Economics sufficient.

Please check out www.emle.org for more information about this master. You can study at three different universities (Rotterdam, Gent, Hamburg, Bologna, Aix-Marseille, Manchester, Madrid, Linköping, Stockholm, Vienna, Haifa and there is also an option to study in the US). This way you can chose the courses that are most interesting for you and your carreer.

I think this is the only LLM which you can pursue. Perhaps you could take a look at economic master degree's which also have some law courses in the curriculum but i would prefer the European Master in Law and Economics because it is an Erasmus Mundus programme and you have the opportunity to study in three different countries.






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