LLM in Germany but not in German?


efimar

hi, I wanna have my LLM in Germany but unfortunately they ask for C2 to attend the course in German and my time is very restricted so I'll have to choose an English-speaking course preferably in Civil law. my question is: are the LLM most courses offered in German also offered in English? and if yes, are they any good? I mean, I know for a fact that the German courses are good but are the English ones good too? don't focus on a specific university Im just talking generally. thanks!

hi, I wanna have my LLM in Germany but unfortunately they ask for C2 to attend the course in German and my time is very restricted so I'll have to choose an English-speaking course preferably in Civil law. my question is: are the LLM most courses offered in German also offered in English? and if yes, are they any good? I mean, I know for a fact that the German courses are good but are the English ones good too? don't focus on a specific university Im just talking generally. thanks!
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flori

Hello Efimar,

hi, I wanna have my LLM in Germany but unfortunately they ask for C2 to attend the course in German and my time is very restricted so I'll have to choose an English-speaking course preferably in Civil law. my question is: are the LLM most courses offered in German also offered in English?


In general: No - you won't find something like a parallel-track (German/English) system in Germany.

I mean, I know for a fact that the German courses are good but are the English ones good too?


This question is impossible to answer, as no one can make a serious general assessment of "Law courses taught in English at German universities/other educational institutions". (I don't want to get into a debate on your basic assumption that all law courses taught in German at German universities are "good". As someone who had the utmost "pleasure" of attending some really lousy courses at one of the most reputable German law schools, I beg to differ.)

Bye
flori

Hello Efimar,

<blockquote>hi, I wanna have my LLM in Germany but unfortunately they ask for C2 to attend the course in German and my time is very restricted so I'll have to choose an English-speaking course preferably in Civil law. my question is: are the LLM most courses offered in German also offered in English?
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In general: No - you won't find something like a parallel-track (German/English) system in Germany.

<blockquote>I mean, I know for a fact that the German courses are good but are the English ones good too?</blockquote>

This question is impossible to answer, as no one can make a serious general assessment of "Law courses taught in English at German universities/other educational institutions". (I don't want to get into a debate on your basic assumption that all law courses taught in German at German universities are "good". As someone who had the utmost "pleasure" of attending some really lousy courses at one of the most reputable German law schools, I beg to differ.)

Bye
flori
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Heinz

There are a couple of good english-language LLM programs in Germany, (also) aimed at international applicants. Try this list:

http://www.llm-guide.com/search/b5f572d6/1

There are a couple of good english-language LLM programs in Germany, (also) aimed at international applicants. Try this list:

http://www.llm-guide.com/search/b5f572d6/1
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