LLM International Arbitration: Stockholm vs. Humboldt


Hey guys,

I was recently admitted in the IDR LL.M. of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and in the ICAL LL.M. of the Stockholm University.

I am still thinking about it. Do you have any information about these programs? Mainly in regard to job opportunities.

Which one would you take?

Hey guys,

I was recently admitted in the IDR LL.M. of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and in the ICAL LL.M. of the Stockholm University.

I am still thinking about it. Do you have any information about these programs? Mainly in regard to job opportunities.

Which one would you take?
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I'd recommend Humbodlt over Stockholm, but both are very good so you wouldn't be going wrong with either of those.

I'd recommend Humbodlt over Stockholm, but both are very good so you wouldn't be going wrong with either of those.
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hello,
I was recently accepted at the IDR LLM of the Humboldt University as well. I understand your struggle because both LLMs seem promising. Have you decided which one you are going to attend?

[Edited by lawlawlawlaw on May 04, 2019]

hello,
I was recently accepted at the IDR LLM of the Humboldt University as well. I understand your struggle because both LLMs seem promising. Have you decided which one you are going to attend?

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I'd recommend Humbodlt over Stockholm, but both are very good so you wouldn't be going wrong with either of those.


I agree! I heard some really good things about the HU program from some students I met at the VIS moot in Vienna last year.

[quote]I'd recommend Humbodlt over Stockholm, but both are very good so you wouldn't be going wrong with either of those.[/quote]

I agree! I heard some really good things about the HU program from some students I met at the VIS moot in Vienna last year.
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Hey guys,

I was recently admitted in the IDR LL.M. of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and in the ICAL LL.M. of the Stockholm University.

I am still thinking about it. Do you have any information about these programs? Mainly in regard to job opportunities.

Which one would you take?


Hi Pedro, can you tell me which program you eventually chose, and what your experience is so far with it? I'm looking at some arbitration-based programs for this year. Many thanks!

[quote]Hey guys,

I was recently admitted in the IDR LL.M. of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and in the ICAL LL.M. of the Stockholm University.

I am still thinking about it. Do you have any information about these programs? Mainly in regard to job opportunities.

Which one would you take?[/quote]

Hi Pedro, can you tell me which program you eventually chose, and what your experience is so far with it? I'm looking at some arbitration-based programs for this year. Many thanks!
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Eventually, I came to Humboldt.

I don`t regret the choice. It`s been a very fruitful and lovely year.

I don`t have much info about the Stockholm university, but the two programs seem quite similar in terms of quality and subject coverage.

The host city played a major role in my decision. Life in Berlin is fantastic and really enhances the overall experience. It also provides good opportunities for networking and professional experiences. Most of my class was able to find internships here, myself included. For associate positions, I still don`t how it`s gonna be as the program is still ongoing. Some past students got into German firms, whereas others went back to their home countries or to major arbitration hubs. It always depends on your goals.

Best regards and good luck!

Eventually, I came to Humboldt.

I don`t regret the choice. It`s been a very fruitful and lovely year.

I don`t have much info about the Stockholm university, but the two programs seem quite similar in terms of quality and subject coverage.

The host city played a major role in my decision. Life in Berlin is fantastic and really enhances the overall experience. It also provides good opportunities for networking and professional experiences. Most of my class was able to find internships here, myself included. For associate positions, I still don`t how it`s gonna be as the program is still ongoing. Some past students got into German firms, whereas others went back to their home countries or to major arbitration hubs. It always depends on your goals.

Best regards and good luck!

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Eventually, I came to Humboldt.

I don`t regret the choice. It`s been a very fruitful and lovely year.

I don`t have much info about the Stockholm university, but the two programs seem quite similar in terms of quality and subject coverage.

The host city played a major role in my decision. Life in Berlin is fantastic and really enhances the overall experience. It also provides good opportunities for networking and professional experiences. Most of my class was able to find internships here, myself included. For associate positions, I still don`t how it`s gonna be as the program is still ongoing. Some past students got into German firms, whereas others went back to their home countries or to major arbitration hubs. It always depends on your goals.

Best regards and good luck!



Thanks Pedro for the advice! And glad to hear you're having a great time in Berlin!

[quote]Eventually, I came to Humboldt.

I don`t regret the choice. It`s been a very fruitful and lovely year.

I don`t have much info about the Stockholm university, but the two programs seem quite similar in terms of quality and subject coverage.

The host city played a major role in my decision. Life in Berlin is fantastic and really enhances the overall experience. It also provides good opportunities for networking and professional experiences. Most of my class was able to find internships here, myself included. For associate positions, I still don`t how it`s gonna be as the program is still ongoing. Some past students got into German firms, whereas others went back to their home countries or to major arbitration hubs. It always depends on your goals.

Best regards and good luck!

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Thanks Pedro for the advice! And glad to hear you're having a great time in Berlin!
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