LLM in Germany 2016 - EU Law


Hello everybody. I am planning on doing an LLM in Germany beginning in 2016. I would like to focus on EU business law or EU integration law. These are the programs on my short list currently:

Saarland (LLM in European and International Law)
The MBLin Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universität Berlin
Europa-Kolleg Hamburg (LLM European and European Legal Studies)

Any comments on these or others I should look at? Although I have studied German, I would be much more comfortable doing a program in English.

Also, is anybody aware of whether the Center for European Integration Studies at the University of Bonn will offer its LLM in Master of European Regulation of Network Industries again?
Hello everybody. I am planning on doing an LLM in Germany beginning in 2016. I would like to focus on EU business law or EU integration law. These are the programs on my short list currently:

Saarland (LLM in European and International Law)
The MBLin Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universität Berlin
Europa-Kolleg Hamburg (LLM European and European Legal Studies)

Any comments on these or others I should look at? Although I have studied German, I would be much more comfortable doing a program in English.

Also, is anybody aware of whether the Center for European Integration Studies at the University of Bonn will offer its LLM in Master of European Regulation of Network Industries again?
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JZ166
I'd go for the Europa-Institut of Saarland University.
I'd go for the Europa-Institut of Saarland University.
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MBL-FU
Hi Lewis Carl :)

Quick disclaimer: I work at the MBL at FU Berlin ;-)

More and more German universities offer English-taught programmes, some with mostly their normal lecturers, others with a host of guest lecturers.

Aspects you should take into consideration include: The city you want to live in is also part of the experience; the quality of the lecturers and how well the lectures and modules combine with your plans for the future; extra-curricular options such as internships or even just your sports; the composition of your class, after all, you will spend a whole year of your life with your classmates ;-)

Obviously I am biased and I'd recommend our programme but whichever you chose, I hope you are having a great year, make friends for life and enjoy a great learning experience!

From the MBL-FU,
Dominik
Hi Lewis Carl :)

Quick disclaimer: I work at the MBL at FU Berlin ;-)

More and more German universities offer English-taught programmes, some with mostly their normal lecturers, others with a host of guest lecturers.

Aspects you should take into consideration include: The city you want to live in is also part of the experience; the quality of the lecturers and how well the lectures and modules combine with your plans for the future; extra-curricular options such as internships or even just your sports; the composition of your class, after all, you will spend a whole year of your life with your classmates ;-)

Obviously I am biased and I'd recommend our programme but whichever you chose, I hope you are having a great year, make friends for life and enjoy a great learning experience!

From the MBL-FU,
Dominik
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kedar.d
Hi Lewis Carl
You can have a look at the TU Berlin's MBL in European and International Energy Law at the EUREF campus, it also covers some subjects of EU Competition and Regulatory Law.
Hi Lewis Carl
You can have a look at the TU Berlin's MBL in European and International Energy Law at the EUREF campus, it also covers some subjects of EU Competition and Regulatory Law.
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Not Europa Kolleg
Not Europa Kolleg
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fata87
I've been accepted at European and International Energy Law on the EUREF Campus ..any feedbacks?
I've been accepted at European and International Energy Law on the EUREF Campus ..any feedbacks?
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I did the course in Europa Kolleg Hamburg. It's a nice city, but the LLM was terrible. Really badly organised, we didn't cover topics properly or in depth and in general it's terribly run.

My advice is to totally avoid it, it's a waste of time.
I did the course in Europa Kolleg Hamburg. It's a nice city, but the LLM was terrible. Really badly organised, we didn't cover topics properly or in depth and in general it's terribly run.

My advice is to totally avoid it, it's a waste of time.
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