Hi there! Let's see if I have better luck here.
I'm looking for an International Business/Commercial Law Llm or something related, and I'm currently admitted at:
1. European Business Law program at Lund University
2. Globalisation and Law program at the University of Maastricht.
However, I am not 100% sure of which option to choose, so I would love to hear about them and I'm open to any suggestion you might have and I'll consider any other suitable alternative.
I'm looking for something preferably coursework based, with good job prospects. If it offers the option to do an internship and/or an exchange abroad would be a plus, and I would prefer a 1 year program.
Really wanted to go to Sweden but took some things for granted and found out that the European Business Law LLM does not offer some of the features I want, and the fact that the most complete option is doing the 2 year program is a bit of a downside too. It wouldn't be if It offered the things I want, but that is not the case, so I don't know if it's worth it.
About the Globalisation and Law program at Maastricht... Even though the city doesn't seem really appealing to me (maybe I am wrong about that), the program seems nicer, but I am not sure about the job prospects and international recognition of the program and haven't heard much about it. That's why I am not really sure.
If anyone has done any of the programs, has any info about them or knows any alternative, I would really appreciate the help, or just your opinions!!
[Edited by .... on Jun 25, 2017]