Maastricht or MIPLC or Göttingen for IP Law


HI Friends,

I am IP Researcher and Patent Analyst experienced with Tech Engineering degree background without Law Degree. I only found these 3 universities which allow for Masters in IP without Law degree in Europe.

I need help among three of them which programme is recommended given the Career prospective and help me find jobs easily.

MIPLC is very expensive 30kEuros, followed by Maastricht 13kEuros followed by Göttingen 7kEuros.

BR
Su

HI Friends,

I am IP Researcher and Patent Analyst experienced with Tech Engineering degree background without Law Degree. I only found these 3 universities which allow for Masters in IP without Law degree in Europe.

I need help among three of them which programme is recommended given the Career prospective and help me find jobs easily.

MIPLC is very expensive 30kEuros, followed by Maastricht 13kEuros followed by Göttingen 7kEuros.

BR
Su
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Hello, considering Job opportunities for international applicants. I suggest Maastricht but considering German Post-graduate job, I would recommend Germany. However, they are not the only 2 of 3 programs in IP law. So far, the feedback of Göttingen is positive. 

Don’t you have a look for Denmark and Sweden? I hope this comment is useful.  

Hello, considering Job opportunities for international applicants. I suggest Maastricht but considering German Post-graduate job, I would recommend Germany. However, they are not the only 2 of 3 programs in IP law. So far, the feedback of Göttingen is positive.&nbsp;<br><br>Don’t you have a look for Denmark and Sweden? I hope this comment is useful. &nbsp;
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Hi,

I have read one of LIPIT alumni's thoughts and according to him/her if you interested with IP Law rather than IT Law you should not choose LIPIT. You can find related discussion from the program's page.

Hi,<br><br>I have read one of LIPIT alumni's thoughts and according to him/her if you interested with IP Law rather than IT Law you should not choose LIPIT. You can find related discussion from the program's page.
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Hi,

I have read one of LIPIT alumni's thoughts and according to him/her if you interested with IP Law rather than IT Law you should not choose LIPIT. You can find related discussion from the program's page.


Yeah, that is correct! I am from the 20/21 class and I'm just finishing the program now.

The program offers classes both in IP and IT Law, however, the focus is definitely on IT. From the classes we had so far only Introduction to IP Law and Advanced IT Law covers IP more thoroughly. We had Comparative IP and IT Law and International IP and IT, but as I said, IP is not the main focus.

The majority of the classes surround Data Protection and Privacy. The majority of my collegues are interested on these topics as well.

[quote]Hi,<br><br>I have read one of LIPIT alumni's thoughts and according to him/her if you interested with IP Law rather than IT Law you should not choose LIPIT. You can find related discussion from the program's page. [/quote]<br><br>Yeah, that is correct! I am from the 20/21 class and I'm just finishing the program now.<br><br>The program offers classes both in IP and IT Law, however, the focus is definitely on IT. From the classes we had so far only Introduction to IP Law and Advanced IT Law covers IP more thoroughly. We had Comparative IP and IT Law and International IP and IT, but as I said, IP is not the main focus.<br><br>The majority of the classes surround Data Protection and Privacy. The majority of my collegues are interested on these topics as well.
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