LLM in Spain


Hi there!
Any of you have experience with LLMs in Spain? I did my Erasmus there and would really like to go for another year, if possible to Madrid. But as far as I see this Instituto de Empresa only offers Masters not LLM. Has anybody done this program or know of another one there? Thanks!
Hi there!
Any of you have experience with LLMs in Spain? I did my Erasmus there and would really like to go for another year, if possible to Madrid. But as far as I see this Instituto de Empresa only offers Masters not LLM. Has anybody done this program or know of another one there? Thanks!
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Hi
I searched also a Llm in Spain but all courses are "maestrias" not LLM. That´s important because The LL.M. is an internationally established academic postgraduate law degree. Nevertheless I believe between the EU countries the degrees obtained inside them are recognized mutually. Where are you from?
Hi
I searched also a Llm in Spain but all courses are "maestrias" not LLM. That´s important because The LL.M. is an internationally established academic postgraduate law degree. Nevertheless I believe between the EU countries the degrees obtained inside them are recognized mutually. Where are you from?
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Hi Manuel
Yes, the degrees are recognized between EU countries but I dont think that they will grant you an LLM degree if you only did a maestria, as you say those are two different degrees. I am from the Netherlands, how about you?
Hi Manuel
Yes, the degrees are recognized between EU countries but I dont think that they will grant you an LLM degree if you only did a maestria, as you say those are two different degrees. I am from the Netherlands, how about you?
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I'm from Perú and isn't here any LLM programme, only maestrias. I'm thinking to apply also in Netherlands. Do you meet somebody who did a LLM at Leiden or another university?
I'm from Perú and isn't here any LLM programme, only maestrias. I'm thinking to apply also in Netherlands. Do you meet somebody who did a LLM at Leiden or another university?
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I always wanted to travel to Peru, I have been to Panama and Costa Rica but not that far south yet. I have also been noticing that there only maestrias in the latin american countries otherwise I would have considered it. I dont know anybody who did an LLM there but I have friends who studied their (undergraduate), it is for sure a very good university. Its also quite a small town though so depends on what you like.
Hasta luegecito
Marije
I always wanted to travel to Peru, I have been to Panama and Costa Rica but not that far south yet. I have also been noticing that there only maestrias in the latin american countries otherwise I would have considered it. I dont know anybody who did an LLM there but I have friends who studied their (undergraduate), it is for sure a very good university. Its also quite a small town though so depends on what you like.
Hasta luegecito
Marije
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I always wanted to travel to Peru, I have been to Panama and Costa Rica but not that far south yet.
I have also been noticing that there are only maestrias in the latin american countries otherwise I would have considered it. I dont know anybody who did an LLM in Leiden but I have friends who studied there (undergraduate), it is for sure a very good university. Its also quite a small town though so depends on what you like.
Hasta luegecito
Marije
I always wanted to travel to Peru, I have been to Panama and Costa Rica but not that far south yet.
I have also been noticing that there are only maestrias in the latin american countries otherwise I would have considered it. I dont know anybody who did an LLM in Leiden but I have friends who studied there (undergraduate), it is for sure a very good university. Its also quite a small town though so depends on what you like.
Hasta luegecito
Marije
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Agatha
After finishing my first state exam in Munich I want to complete my legal knowledge with a LLM. I prefer to study in Madrid. Is anyone able to give me informations? I looked for the websites but I am not sure about the conditions.
After finishing my first state exam in Munich I want to complete my legal knowledge with a LLM. I prefer to study in Madrid. Is anyone able to give me informations? I looked for the websites but I am not sure about the conditions.
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Miriam
Hi Agatha!
Nice to meet somebody else looking for a Spanish LLM! The only real LLM in Spain I have found is the EULISP one in zaragoza. At tzhis Institute Empresa in madrid you will only get a Master in something. The EMLE program in MAdrid is a bit complicated, I guess, dependign on your choice of universities you could manage to get an LLM but not if you go to Madrid, confuising I know. There is another discussion board about that where they explain it better (http://www.llm-guide.com/board/117). Why do you want to go to Spain by the way?
Hi Agatha!
Nice to meet somebody else looking for a Spanish LLM! The only real LLM in Spain I have found is the EULISP one in zaragoza. At tzhis Institute Empresa in madrid you will only get a Master in something. The EMLE program in MAdrid is a bit complicated, I guess, dependign on your choice of universities you could manage to get an LLM but not if you go to Madrid, confuising I know. There is another discussion board about that where they explain it better (http://www.llm-guide.com/board/117). Why do you want to go to Spain by the way?
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Miriam
I forgot: There are also interesting LLMs in Brazil but you have to be fluent in portuguese to do it, as I understand the whole Program is in Portuguese. Anyway, I think I will apply..
I forgot: There are also interesting LLMs in Brazil but you have to be fluent in portuguese to do it, as I understand the whole Program is in Portuguese. Anyway, I think I will apply..
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pgclark
I just found this discussion board. I heard that this Instituto de Empresa you mentioned launched a LLM with some university in USA. A spanish friend of mine studied there a law programme in Spanish and they are really good.
I just found this discussion board. I heard that this Instituto de Empresa you mentioned launched a LLM with some university in USA. A spanish friend of mine studied there a law programme in Spanish and they are really good.
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zobea
Does anyone know anything about the ESADE program and if they offer an LLM? I
Does anyone know anything about the ESADE program and if they offer an LLM? I
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Carter
Hi

Zobea: ESADE is only offering Masters. International Business Law (850 teaching hours, which means around 85 standar credits. 21,000) and Tax Consultancy + Management (950 teaching hours. 22,000) http://www.esade.es

PGClark: Instituto de Empresa and the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago are offering an Executive LLM. This is the only LLM they have.

"Two of the world's leading law and business schools, Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago and the Instituto de Empresa in Madrid, offer a program that combines an education in Anglo-American common law and its application in European practice with business fundamentals of accounting, finance and strategy. The program is constructed for lawyers with a civil-law background who are already in practice but seek additional knowledge and skills in business and the common law. Upon successful completion of this program, participants will receive the Master of Laws (LLM) degree from Northwestern University School of Law in partnership with Instituto de Empresa, and the certificate in Business Administration awarded by Instituto de Empresa.

The program is ten months in duration and includes three two-week periods of instruction in Madrid and one two-week period in Chicago, plus additional on-line course work over the Internet. It is designed to appeal to those who must continue their careers while they study and master a broad range of legal and analytical skills.

Further information will be available shortly on this web site (http://www.executive-llm.ie.edu/), or please contact: admissions@ie.edu"

Best,
Rubén
Hi

Zobea: ESADE is only offering Masters. International Business Law (850 teaching hours, which means around 85 standar credits. 21,000€) and Tax Consultancy + Management (950 teaching hours. 22,000€) http://www.esade.es

PGClark: Instituto de Empresa and the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago are offering an Executive LLM. This is the only LLM they have.

"Two of the world's leading law and business schools, Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago and the Instituto de Empresa in Madrid, offer a program that combines an education in Anglo-American common law and its application in European practice with business fundamentals of accounting, finance and strategy. The program is constructed for lawyers with a civil-law background who are already in practice but seek additional knowledge and skills in business and the common law. Upon successful completion of this program, participants will receive the Master of Laws (LLM) degree from Northwestern University School of Law in partnership with Instituto de Empresa, and the certificate in Business Administration awarded by Instituto de Empresa.

The program is ten months in duration and includes three two-week periods of instruction in Madrid and one two-week period in Chicago, plus additional on-line course work over the Internet. It is designed to appeal to those who must continue their careers while they study and master a broad range of legal and analytical skills.

Further information will be available shortly on this web site (http://www.executive-llm.ie.edu/), or please contact: admissions@ie.edu"

Best,
Rubén
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zobea
Thanks for the Info. Are you a graduate of the program?
Best regards,
-Z
Thanks for the Info. Are you a graduate of the program?
Best regards,
-Z
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Carter
Nope, but as Spaniard I know very well the LLM offer here. That's why I'm willing to do mine abroad!!
Take care,
Rubén
Nope, but as Spaniard I know very well the LLM offer here. That's why I'm willing to do mine abroad!!
Take care,
Rubén
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migsosa
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ana buen
Hello Miguel, I'm Ana, a lawyer from the Philippines. I just learned about the Executive LLM program being offered jointly by the Northwestern University and Instituto de Empresa yesterday. I like the program because it doesn't require you to be there full-time as I can't bear to be away from my family for long. Would you know if they are still accepting applicants for this year's program? When did you submit your application? I've read in the website that the admission is a "rolling process". I am torn between getting it this year or just wait for next year. Since the program is relatively new, there might not be many applicants this year so the competition for the slots may not be so stiff. On the other hand, I still have to get all the documents ready (and the finances too!) I might not have enough time left before the October offering. Please give me info on the progress of your admission there. Good luck to you!!
Hello Miguel, I'm Ana, a lawyer from the Philippines. I just learned about the Executive LLM program being offered jointly by the Northwestern University and Instituto de Empresa yesterday. I like the program because it doesn't require you to be there full-time as I can't bear to be away from my family for long. Would you know if they are still accepting applicants for this year's program? When did you submit your application? I've read in the website that the admission is a "rolling process". I am torn between getting it this year or just wait for next year. Since the program is relatively new, there might not be many applicants this year so the competition for the slots may not be so stiff. On the other hand, I still have to get all the documents ready (and the finances too!) I might not have enough time left before the October offering. Please give me info on the progress of your admission there. Good luck to you!!
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migsosa
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santiago
Actually. I would not recomend any LLM or maestrias in Spain. The Universities (even the oldest ones) and the professors are really por qualyfied, it is nice to spend a good time, but not for some one willing to learn
Actually. I would not recomend any LLM or maestrias in Spain. The Universities (even the oldest ones) and the professors are really por qualyfied, it is nice to spend a good time, but not for some one willing to learn
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migsosa
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santiago
does any one knows about the Salamanca Posgraduates studies, are they good?
does any one knows about the Salamanca Posgraduates studies, are they good?
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