LLM IPR (Maastricht University Vs Uppsala University)


FatDan
I am planning on doing my LLM in Intellectual Property Law from either Maastricht University or Uppsala University. Being an Indian student, I am not sure on which would be better. I am asking from a "work after Graduation" point of view as well. Maastricht is more expensive, but can anyone help me if either one is a clear better choice for their Courses in Intellectual Property?
Please comment for more information, I'll happily provide the same. And any help will be really appreciated as I am very confused at the moment.
I am planning on doing my LLM in Intellectual Property Law from either Maastricht University or Uppsala University. Being an Indian student, I am not sure on which would be better. I am asking from a "work after Graduation" point of view as well. Maastricht is more expensive, but can anyone help me if either one is a clear better choice for their Courses in Intellectual Property?
Please comment for more information, I'll happily provide the same. And any help will be really appreciated as I am very confused at the moment.
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chicken so...
Maastricht tends to have the better reputation of the two, but neither has a clear edge in terms of IP law.

I would look closely at the curriculums of each program and see which one better fits your needs.

Also you can look at each school's network and see which one has a better representation in the kinds of firms / positions you'll be looking to get. My sense is that Maastricht will have the broader network, especially in India, but you can look at LinkedIn to figure this out for yourself.
Maastricht tends to have the better reputation of the two, but neither has a clear edge in terms of IP law.

I would look closely at the curriculums of each program and see which one better fits your needs.

Also you can look at each school's network and see which one has a better representation in the kinds of firms / positions you'll be looking to get. My sense is that Maastricht will have the broader network, especially in India, but you can look at LinkedIn to figure this out for yourself.
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