Mbl degree


astas
Hello,

I want to study at MBL-FU but i was wondering about MBL degree and what it means. I couldnt understand if its smth lower than llm degree and if it is not wise for law graduates to study or if its not that big deal.

Basically im asking if its officially an LLM programme :)

I would appriciate an explanation :)

[Edited by astas on Jun 20, 2019]

Hello,

I want to study at MBL-FU but i was wondering about MBL degree and what it means. I couldnt understand if its smth lower than llm degree and if it is not wise for law graduates to study or if its not that big deal.

Basically im asking if its officially an LLM programme :)

I would appriciate an explanation :)
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chicken so...
No, it's not *officially* an LLM program, it's a Master of Business, Competition, and Regulatory Law.

However, as the terminology in law master's programs is rather vague, and because an LLM isn't anything more than just a master's degree in law, the degrees are (relatively) comparable.

Look at the program details, the curriculum, etc. If this course appeals to you there's no sense in disregarding it just because "LLM" is not in the course title. No employer will look at the degree any differently than an LLM, since, after all, it is still a master's program in the law domain.
No, it's not *officially* an LLM program, it's a Master of Business, Competition, and Regulatory Law.

However, as the terminology in law master's programs is rather vague, and because an LLM isn't anything more than just a master's degree in law, the degrees are (relatively) comparable.

Look at the program details, the curriculum, etc. If this course appeals to you there's no sense in disregarding it just because "LLM" is not in the course title. No employer will look at the degree any differently than an LLM, since, after all, it is still a master's program in the law domain.
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