LLM Switzerland


cjh1973

Hello, am moving to Zurich with my husband spring 2009 and wondered if anyone could recommend any LLM programs in Switzerland. Am currently working as corporate finance lawyer in US firm and particularly interested in environmental programs. Thanks!

Hello, am moving to Zurich with my husband spring 2009 and wondered if anyone could recommend any LLM programs in Switzerland. Am currently working as corporate finance lawyer in US firm and particularly interested in environmental programs. Thanks!
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ehabgosh

the MILE prorame and other one at LUASANNE UNIVERSITY

the MILE prorame and other one at LUASANNE UNIVERSITY
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Aurore

Hi there,
I would recommend the LLM in Fribourg. Fribourg University is the best Law school in Switzerland. The course content might also be what you're looking for.
The LLM courses are all in English but you can take extra intensive French or German classes free of charge (they say on their website). I am considering applying to Fribourg in 2009!

Hi there,
I would recommend the LLM in Fribourg. Fribourg University is the best Law school in Switzerland. The course content might also be what you're looking for.
The LLM courses are all in English but you can take extra intensive French or German classes free of charge (they say on their website). I am considering applying to Fribourg in 2009!
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jchampen

I'd recommend the Geneva Master in International Dispute Settlement (www.mids.ch), if the field is of interest.

In that specific field, they are considered, as far as I know, to be among the best programs in the world, if not leading that list. In any event, most of the professors involved have truly outstanding reputations.

For international matters, you might want to turn your gaze, generally speaking, to Geneva and Zurich.

I'd recommend the Geneva Master in International Dispute Settlement (www.mids.ch), if the field is of interest.

In that specific field, they are considered, as far as I know, to be among the best programs in the world, if not leading that list. In any event, most of the professors involved have truly outstanding reputations.

For international matters, you might want to turn your gaze, generally speaking, to Geneva and Zurich.
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CKarla

The WTI's Master of International Law and Economics programme offers students intensive training on the law, economics and policy of the international trading system. The programme uniquely combines a multidisciplinary perspective with a strong applied focus. In addition to its resident faculty, the worlds leading trade experts from law firms, international organisations, policy research institutes and top universities are teaching in this one-year programme.

The WTI's Master of International Law and Economics programme offers students intensive training on the law, economics and policy of the international trading system. The programme uniquely combines a multidisciplinary perspective with a strong applied focus. In addition to its resident faculty, the world’s leading trade experts from law firms, international organisations, policy research institutes and top universities are teaching in this one-year programme.
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spj

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sfinx

best universities are fribourg and sankt gallen

best universities are fribourg and sankt gallen
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tanay0903

Hey guys,

From this post it seems quite apparent that some of you would have secured the Masters from MIDS. I have been offered admission there (applicant from India) and before I accept, I was wondering if you could be kind enough to answer some of my queries:

i. What is the system of aid? Now that I have received an admission offer, should I send them an email requesting for aid?Their website simply says to contact them on email regarding aid.

ii. While it is beyond doubt that the Program has exceptional faculty, does that really lead to anything concrete in terms of job opportunities upon completion of the Program? Do the professors offer jobs to the students of the Program?

iii. How reputed is the program? Is it well appreciated in Geneva? While I understand this would be difficult to gauge considering that only one batch of students is actually "in the market", what is the general review of the Program?

Are any job fairs/placements conducted? How easy is it to get a job in an international law firm situated in Geneva? What about internships in the WTO?

I have to convey my acceptance soon, so guys, please respond as soon as you can!

Hey guys,

From this post it seems quite apparent that some of you would have secured the Masters from MIDS. I have been offered admission there (applicant from India) and before I accept, I was wondering if you could be kind enough to answer some of my queries:

i. What is the system of aid? Now that I have received an admission offer, should I send them an email requesting for aid?Their website simply says to contact them on email regarding aid.

ii. While it is beyond doubt that the Program has exceptional faculty, does that really lead to anything concrete in terms of job opportunities upon completion of the Program? Do the professors offer jobs to the students of the Program?

iii. How reputed is the program? Is it well appreciated in Geneva? While I understand this would be difficult to gauge considering that only one batch of students is actually "in the market", what is the general review of the Program?

Are any job fairs/placements conducted? How easy is it to get a job in an international law firm situated in Geneva? What about internships in the WTO?

I have to convey my acceptance soon, so guys, please respond as soon as you can!
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tanay0903

Hey, I have finally decided to joining the MIDS program! Prospective classmates please contact me on tanay0903@gmail.com!

Hey, I have finally decided to joining the MIDS program! Prospective classmates please contact me on tanay0903@gmail.com!
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