Looking for 2-year programme in LL.M...For Help


Alfos

Hi everyone!
I'll be a LL.B graduator next year and I wanna find out a 2-year LL.M programme in Euro. (Public International Law & Human Right Law related)
For a shame, My Eng is so poor that my Ielts soccer can not guarantee my enterance in the brilliant Uni such as Leiden.
So I will appreciate if someone could provide me any kind of support to showing me some suitable LL.M programme. (2-year in priority)
Thanks a lot and cheers for you!

Hi everyone!
I'll be a LL.B graduator next year and I wanna find out a 2-year LL.M programme in Euro. (Public International Law & Human Right Law related)
For a shame, My Eng is so poor that my Ielts soccer can not guarantee my enterance in the brilliant Uni such as Leiden.
So I will appreciate if someone could provide me any kind of support to showing me some suitable LL.M programme. (2-year in priority)
Thanks a lot and cheers for you!
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vidyaju

Is dat a 2 yr full-time or part-time LLM that ur looking for. t wont be any difficult to find out a part-time 2 year LLM but then if ur outside EU then ur visa may not permit you to undergo a part time course.

Is dat a 2 yr full-time or part-time LLM that ur looking for. t wont be any difficult to find out a part-time 2 year LLM but then if ur outside EU then ur visa may not permit you to undergo a part time course.
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Alfos

Is dat a 2 yr full-time or part-time LLM that ur looking for. t wont be any difficult to find out a part-time 2 year LLM but then if ur outside EU then ur visa may not permit you to undergo a part time course.

It sound like a immigration policy that dont permit a visa for who are admitted a 2-year PT programme.
Well, I'd like to find a 2-year FT programme. So would anybody show me some advice?
Thanks a lot and cheers for you

<blockquote>Is dat a 2 yr full-time or part-time LLM that ur looking for. t wont be any difficult to find out a part-time 2 year LLM but then if ur outside EU then ur visa may not permit you to undergo a part time course.</blockquote>
It sound like a immigration policy that dont permit a visa for who are admitted a 2-year PT programme.
Well, I'd like to find a 2-year FT programme. So would anybody show me some advice?
Thanks a lot and cheers for you
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sisi

Whatever you do, do not apply for the MASIO program. I feel is my duty to let others know because this program (the directors and coordinator)do not deserve any more vulnerable students from other parts of the world. They will violate your rights.
Truly you will waste your time. Good luck on your search.
Plus the MASIO is not an LLM!!!!
They should not be advertising in this web-page

Whatever you do, do not apply for the MASIO program. I feel is my duty to let others know because this program (the directors and coordinator)do not deserve any more vulnerable students from other parts of the world. They will violate your rights.
Truly you will waste your time. Good luck on your search.
Plus the MASIO is not an LLM!!!!
They should not be advertising in this web-page
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Gotteborg U and Lund U in Sweden may be helpful. I know Lund U has a LLM 120 credits mainly about human rights.

Gotteborg U and Lund U in Sweden may be helpful. I know Lund U has a LLM 120 credits mainly about human rights.
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Alfos

Thanks for everyone!

I have applied for the LLM Programme of SouthAmpton University and Lund for Maritime Law and Queen Mary and King College for the Intellecture Property Law.
I have heard that the Bussiness Arbitrition Law in Stockholm University never received the no-work-experience student but I still had a try.

Bless me!

Thanks for everyone!

I have applied for the LLM Programme of SouthAmpton University and Lund for Maritime Law and Queen Mary and King College for the Intellecture Property Law.
I have heard that the Bussiness Arbitrition Law in Stockholm University never received the no-work-experience student but I still had a try.

Bless me!
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Thanks for everyone!

I have applied for the LLM Programme of SouthAmpton University and Lund for Maritime Law and Queen Mary and King College for the Intellecture Property Law.
I have heard that the Bussiness Arbitrition Law in Stockholm University never received the no-work-experience student but I still had a try.

Bless me!


I can't imagine someone applying for some master program without minimum of IELTS score, can you explain this, please?

And , I wish you good luck with the application ;)

<blockquote>Thanks for everyone!

I have applied for the LLM Programme of SouthAmpton University and Lund for Maritime Law and Queen Mary and King College for the Intellecture Property Law.
I have heard that the Bussiness Arbitrition Law in Stockholm University never received the no-work-experience student but I still had a try.

Bless me!</blockquote>

I can't imagine someone applying for some master program without minimum of IELTS score, can you explain this, please?

And , I wish you good luck with the application ;)
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Alfos

Thanks for everyone!

I have applied for the LLM Programme of SouthAmpton University and Lund for Maritime Law and Queen Mary and King College for the Intellecture Property Law.
I have heard that the Bussiness Arbitrition Law in Stockholm University never received the no-work-experience student but I still had a try.

Bless me!


I can't imagine someone applying for some master program without minimum of IELTS score, can you explain this, please?

And , I wish you good luck with the application ;)


Well, it is just an offer, not an admission. So I could only do better to improe my IELTS. Bless me!

<blockquote><blockquote>Thanks for everyone!

I have applied for the LLM Programme of SouthAmpton University and Lund for Maritime Law and Queen Mary and King College for the Intellecture Property Law.
I have heard that the Bussiness Arbitrition Law in Stockholm University never received the no-work-experience student but I still had a try.

Bless me!</blockquote>

I can't imagine someone applying for some master program without minimum of IELTS score, can you explain this, please?

And , I wish you good luck with the application ;)</blockquote>

Well, it is just an offer, not an admission. So I could only do better to improe my IELTS. Bless me!
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Good luck with your IELTS and the admission in general :)

Good luck with your IELTS and the admission in general :)
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