M.B.L. in St. Gallen


collin
Hello! I am law lawyer from Malta. I have practice several years in a business law firm in my country. I plan to move to Switzerland. In order to improve my knowledge about Swiss law, I am interested in getting and M.B.L. in St. Gallen or LL.M in Zürich, as I heard that these are among to top universitities of Switzerland and even of Europe!!! Does anyone have more information about this two programs?
Hello! I am law lawyer from Malta. I have practice several years in a business law firm in my country. I plan to move to Switzerland. In order to improve my knowledge about Swiss law, I am interested in getting and M.B.L. in St. Gallen or LL.M in Zürich, as I heard that these are among to top universitities of Switzerland and even of Europe!!! Does anyone have more information about this two programs?
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David12
As far as I know, both universities have a very good reputation in Switzerland and have very well known lecturers if you have a look at the website.
As far as I know, both universities have a very good reputation in Switzerland and have very well known lecturers if you have a look at the website.
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RR
I agree with David.
Both universities have an excellent reputation in Switzerland as well as in Europe.
the University of Geneva also offers one of the best postgraduate programs in the field of Business Law (full-time basis) in Switzerland.
I agree with David.
Both universities have an excellent reputation in Switzerland as well as in Europe.
the University of Geneva also offers one of the best postgraduate programs in the field of Business Law (full-time basis) in Switzerland.






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hanna00
St. Gallen has really a very good reputation. The university also organises a lot of very famous conferences. At the last international conference dealing with competition law, Richard Wish, the famous professor in competition law of King's College London held a presentation, this among other very famous and well-know speakers.
St. Gallen has really a very good reputation. The university also organises a lot of very famous conferences. At the last international conference dealing with competition law, Richard Wish, the famous professor in competition law of King's College London held a presentation, this among other very famous and well-know speakers.
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876
I am also interested in and LL.M. in Switzerland. And the idea of the flying campus and the nine one-week courses of the M.B.L. in St. Gallen makes St. Gallen very attractiv.
I am also interested in and LL.M. in Switzerland. And the idea of the flying campus and the nine one-week courses of the M.B.L. in St. Gallen makes St. Gallen very attractiv.
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barmenator
There is just one thing not taken into account in this conversation. Do you master French or German already?

Most Swiss Law programs require mastery of either language, depending on Location. English is just a plus.

M.B.L. in St. Gallen, requires a good command of German.
M.B.L. in Geneva, requires a good command of French.

Both are awesomely attractive. However, not accessible for all of us. By the way, which language is spoken in Malta?
There is just one thing not taken into account in this conversation. Do you master French or German already?

Most Swiss Law programs require mastery of either language, depending on Location. English is just a plus.

M.B.L. in St. Gallen, requires a good command of German.
M.B.L. in Geneva, requires a good command of French.

Both are awesomely attractive. However, not accessible for all of us. By the way, which language is spoken in Malta?
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marko f
i have a law degree in civil law (not the common law)
i wonder if i do the mbL in geneva, will i be able to pass the bar exam in switzerland and practice there?
where else in the world could I practice with such an LLM?

thank you
i have a law degree in civil law (not the common law)
i wonder if i do the mbL in geneva, will i be able to pass the bar exam in switzerland and practice there?
where else in the world could I practice with such an LLM?

thank you
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barmenator
Sorry, Marko. To apply for the bar exam in switzerland you must first practce law with a local firm for 2 years, besides the 2 years of study in a master's degree. I don't know about mastery of French or/and Deutsch.

And no, with an LLM in Switzerland you most probably NOT be able to practice law in any other country. The only place where you could study in a country and work in another one is the European union.

Unfortunately, Law is a local science, unless you study an LLM in international law. Switzerland has many, you might want to check on that.

Good luck with your quest!
Sorry, Marko. To apply for the bar exam in switzerland you must first practce law with a local firm for 2 years, besides the 2 years of study in a master's degree. I don't know about mastery of French or/and Deutsch.

And no, with an LLM in Switzerland you most probably NOT be able to practice law in any other country. The only place where you could study in a country and work in another one is the European union.

Unfortunately, Law is a local science, unless you study an LLM in international law. Switzerland has many, you might want to check on that.

Good luck with your quest!
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