Maastricht-Dundee-Kent


Kimmm
Hi everyone,

I'm accepted at maastricht university for the LLM European law school. Furthermore I'm accepted for the joint LLM european and comparative international private law at the university of Dundee and Toulouse. Also the University of Kent accepted me for the LLM in European Law. I didn't make up my mind yet. The joint LLM at Dundee and Toulouse gives me the opportunity to 2 international experiences and learning French as well. Maastricht has a better reputation than the other universities but is this the only thing where future employers look at?
Hi everyone,

I'm accepted at maastricht university for the LLM European law school. Furthermore I'm accepted for the joint LLM european and comparative international private law at the university of Dundee and Toulouse. Also the University of Kent accepted me for the LLM in European Law. I didn't make up my mind yet. The joint LLM at Dundee and Toulouse gives me the opportunity to 2 international experiences and learning French as well. Maastricht has a better reputation than the other universities but is this the only thing where future employers look at?
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Hello Kim,

I am a currently a student of the joint LLM Dundee-Toulouse, so I guess I can give you some info about the program I'm in and the reasons I chose it.
I cannot talk about the other programs you've mentioned - they are surely very good as well - but the joint LLM is the only one which will give you 2 diploma, in Common Law and in Civil Law. For an international jurist/lawyer, this is definitely a considerable asset and something future employers will take into consideration.
For the French part, don't worry about the language, all lectures are taught in English. But you will have the opportunity to speak French during your free time if you want to!
Concerning the Scottish part, you have the choice between different lectures, all very interesting. The French-Scottish parts complement each other well.
If you want more info about the program or more generally about life in Toulouse/Dundee, feel free to ask questions directly on our Facebook page (MADIC/LLM parcours Dundee). We'll be glad to answer you!
Hello Kim,

I am a currently a student of the joint LLM Dundee-Toulouse, so I guess I can give you some info about the program I'm in and the reasons I chose it.
I cannot talk about the other programs you've mentioned - they are surely very good as well - but the joint LLM is the only one which will give you 2 diploma, in Common Law and in Civil Law. For an international jurist/lawyer, this is definitely a considerable asset and something future employers will take into consideration.
For the French part, don't worry about the language, all lectures are taught in English. But you will have the opportunity to speak French during your free time if you want to!
Concerning the Scottish part, you have the choice between different lectures, all very interesting. The French-Scottish parts complement each other well.
If you want more info about the program or more generally about life in Toulouse/Dundee, feel free to ask questions directly on our Facebook page (MADIC/LLM parcours Dundee). We'll be glad to answer you!
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Hi! I want to apply for the double degree on international private law at Toulouse/dundee, Can you please tell me How long does if lasts The semester at dundee? The first semester is in Toulouse And the second one is in dundee, is that Right? I would Like to Know the time I'll be spending in dundee, is it like from january to july?
Thank you Very much!
Hi! I want to apply for the double degree on international private law at Toulouse/dundee, Can you please tell me How long does if lasts The semester at dundee? The first semester is in Toulouse And the second one is in dundee, is that Right? I would Like to Know the time I'll be spending in dundee, is it like from january to july?
Thank you Very much!
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Dieggy1
Hey, Carlo,

You are right, you will have to stay one semester in Toulouse (september/october - december) and 8 month in Dundee (january-august, but you could leave earlier, last months are for are for drafting your final thesis (dissertation).

Maybe something has changed since 2012 - for more info please contact the participating universities.

Artem
Hey, Carlo,

You are right, you will have to stay one semester in Toulouse (september/october - december) and 8 month in Dundee (january-august, but you could leave earlier, last months are for are for drafting your final thesis (dissertation).

Maybe something has changed since 2012 - for more info please contact the participating universities.

Artem
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