MBL International Business, Competition and Regulatory Law in Fu Berlin or LLM. International Business Law in ULB?


Hi everybody,

I hope all of you stay safe during these strange times.

I got admitted to the MBL in International Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universitat Berlin and also to the LL.M. in International Business Law at Université Libre de Bruxelles, but I have some hesitations on which one to choose.

I would appreciate it if someone with more insights about these programs and this field of study can share some appreciation regarding which law school is better and future options of getting a job in Europe as an International student.

Honestly, I find both programs really good, ULB has in favor the advantage of having the European institutions in the city where the program takes place, but on the other hand, the academic program of FU Berlin merges really well aspects of law, business, and economics.

I was wondering if anyone who had been to either of them knew which option is better for living, degree, and future options because, it is so difficult for me to decide.

Thanks in advance!

[Edited by Alejandro Gamez Alvernia on Jun 02, 2020]

Hi everybody,

I hope all of you stay safe during these strange times.

I got admitted to the MBL in International Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universitat Berlin and also to the LL.M. in International Business Law at Université Libre de Bruxelles, but I have some hesitations on which one to choose.

I would appreciate it if someone with more insights about these programs and this field of study can share some appreciation regarding which law school is better and future options of getting a job in Europe as an International student.

Honestly, I find both programs really good, ULB has in favor the advantage of having the European institutions in the city where the program takes place, but on the other hand, the academic program of FU Berlin merges really well aspects of law, business, and economics.

I was wondering if anyone who had been to either of them knew which option is better for living, degree, and future options because, it is so difficult for me to decide.

Thanks in advance!
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rubitar

depends what you are lookign for,if you look for indept knwoledge this programme is more like introductory of several areas closely or loosely related to competition law. 


 heir approach of inviting outside lecturers, and class contents from different lectureres sometimes overlap. some of the theory oriented one quite useless - or if they are useful they worth much less than 8 hours a day - that's how usually a class lasts - not much can be absorbed.

not quite organized. no interaction with other students outsidet the programme in school.
programme offers little to no preperation for career

Hi everybody,





I hope all of you stay safe during these strange times.





I got admitted to the MBL in International Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universitat Berlin and also to the LL.M. in International Business Law at Université Libre de Bruxelles, but I have some hesitations on which one to choose.





I would appreciate it if someone with more insights about these programs and this field of study can share some appreciation regarding which law school is better and future options of getting a job in Europe as an International student.





Honestly, I find both programs really good, ULB has in favor the advantage of having the European institutions in the city where the program takes place, but on the other hand, the academic program of FU Berlin merges really well aspects of law, business, and economics.





I was wondering if anyone who had been to either of them knew which option is better for living, degree, and future options because, it is so difficult for me to decide.





Thanks in advance!

[Edited by rubitar on Jun 14, 2020]

depends what you are lookign for,if you look for indept knwoledge this programme is more like introductory of several areas closely or loosely related to competition law.&nbsp;<br><br><br>&nbsp;heir approach of inviting outside lecturers, and class contents from different lectureres sometimes overlap. some of the theory oriented one quite useless - or if they are useful they worth much less than 8 hours a day - that's how usually a class lasts - not much can be absorbed.<br><br>not quite organized. no interaction with other students outsidet the programme in school.<br>programme offers little to no preperation for career [quote]Hi everybody,<br><br>
<br><br>
I hope all of you stay safe during these strange times. <br><br>
<br><br>
I got admitted to the MBL in International Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universitat Berlin and also to the LL.M. in International Business Law at Université Libre de Bruxelles, but I have some hesitations on which one to choose. <br><br>
<br><br>
I would appreciate it if someone with more insights about these programs and this field of study can share some appreciation regarding which law school is better and future options of getting a job in Europe as an International student. <br><br>
<br><br>
Honestly, I find both programs really good, ULB has in favor the advantage of having the European institutions in the city where the program takes place, but on the other hand, the academic program of FU Berlin merges really well aspects of law, business, and economics. <br><br>
<br><br>
I was wondering if anyone who had been to either of them knew which option is better for living, degree, and future options because, it is so difficult for me to decide. <br><br>
<br><br>
Thanks in advance! [/quote]
quote
romad

depends what you are lookign for,if you look for indept knwoledge this programme is more like introductory of several areas closely or loosely related to competition law. 


 heir approach of inviting outside lecturers, and class contents from different lectureres sometimes overlap. some of the theory oriented one quite useless - or if they are useful they worth much less than 8 hours a day - that's how usually a class lasts - not much can be absorbed.

not quite organized. no interaction with other students outsidet the programme in school.
programme offers little to no preperation for career
Hi everybody,





I hope all of you stay safe during these strange times.





I got admitted to the MBL in International Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universitat Berlin and also to the LL.M. in International Business Law at Université Libre de Bruxelles, but I have some hesitations on which one to choose.





I would appreciate it if someone with more insights about these programs and this field of study can share some appreciation regarding which law school is better and future options of getting a job in Europe as an International student.





Honestly, I find both programs really good, ULB has in favor the advantage of having the European institutions in the city where the program takes place, but on the other hand, the academic program of FU Berlin merges really well aspects of law, business, and economics.





I was wondering if anyone who had been to either of them knew which option is better for living, degree, and future options because, it is so difficult for me to decide.





Thanks in advance!


I heart that it was not well organised most of the alumni. Are you also graduated from the program?

[quote]depends what you are lookign for,if you look for indept knwoledge this programme is more like introductory of several areas closely or loosely related to competition law.&nbsp;<br><br><br>&nbsp;heir approach of inviting outside lecturers, and class contents from different lectureres sometimes overlap. some of the theory oriented one quite useless - or if they are useful they worth much less than 8 hours a day - that's how usually a class lasts - not much can be absorbed.<br><br>not quite organized. no interaction with other students outsidet the programme in school.<br>programme offers little to no preperation for career [quote]Hi everybody,<br><br>
<br><br>
I hope all of you stay safe during these strange times. <br><br>
<br><br>
I got admitted to the MBL in International Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universitat Berlin and also to the LL.M. in International Business Law at Université Libre de Bruxelles, but I have some hesitations on which one to choose. <br><br>
<br><br>
I would appreciate it if someone with more insights about these programs and this field of study can share some appreciation regarding which law school is better and future options of getting a job in Europe as an International student. <br><br>
<br><br>
Honestly, I find both programs really good, ULB has in favor the advantage of having the European institutions in the city where the program takes place, but on the other hand, the academic program of FU Berlin merges really well aspects of law, business, and economics. <br><br>
<br><br>
I was wondering if anyone who had been to either of them knew which option is better for living, degree, and future options because, it is so difficult for me to decide. <br><br>
<br><br>
Thanks in advance! [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>I heart that it was not well organised most of the alumni. Are you also graduated from the program?
quote
rubitar

administratively staff are responsive but not actively building the curriculum in a constructive way or encourage uptodate discussion despite of feedbacks throughout years. feels like they are part time for this programme with minimum possible efforts. the way the classes's cotents and not build up gradually or well connected.   quote]

depends what you are lookign for,if you look for indept knwoledge this programme is more like introductory of several areas closely or loosely related to competition law. 


 heir approach of inviting outside lecturers, and class contents from different lectureres sometimes overlap. some of the theory oriented one quite useless - or if they are useful they worth much less than 8 hours a day - that's how usually a class lasts - not much can be absorbed.

not quite organized. no interaction with other students outsidet the programme in school.
programme offers little to no preperation for career
Hi everybody,







I hope all of you stay safe during these strange times.







I got admitted to the MBL in International Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universitat Berlin and also to the LL.M. in International Business Law at Université Libre de Bruxelles, but I have some hesitations on which one to choose.







I would appreciate it if someone with more insights about these programs and this field of study can share some appreciation regarding which law school is better and future options of getting a job in Europe as an International student.







Honestly, I find both programs really good, ULB has in favor the advantage of having the European institutions in the city where the program takes place, but on the other hand, the academic program of FU Berlin merges really well aspects of law, business, and economics.







I was wondering if anyone who had been to either of them knew which option is better for living, degree, and future options because, it is so difficult for me to decide.







Thanks in advance!


I heart that it was not well organised most of the alumni. Are you also graduated from the program?

[Edited by rubitar on Jun 21, 2020]

administratively staff are responsive but not actively building the curriculum in a constructive way or encourage uptodate discussion despite of feedbacks throughout years. feels like they are part time for this programme with minimum possible efforts. the way the classes's cotents and not build up gradually or well connected.&nbsp; &nbsp;quote][quote]depends what you are lookign for,if you look for indept knwoledge this programme is more like introductory of several areas closely or loosely related to competition law.&nbsp;<br><br><br>&nbsp;heir approach of inviting outside lecturers, and class contents from different lectureres sometimes overlap. some of the theory oriented one quite useless - or if they are useful they worth much less than 8 hours a day - that's how usually a class lasts - not much can be absorbed.<br><br>not quite organized. no interaction with other students outsidet the programme in school.<br>programme offers little to no preperation for career [quote]Hi everybody,<br><br><br>
<br><br><br>
I hope all of you stay safe during these strange times. <br><br><br>
<br><br><br>
I got admitted to the MBL in International Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at Freie Universitat Berlin and also to the LL.M. in International Business Law at Université Libre de Bruxelles, but I have some hesitations on which one to choose. <br><br><br>
<br><br><br>
I would appreciate it if someone with more insights about these programs and this field of study can share some appreciation regarding which law school is better and future options of getting a job in Europe as an International student. <br><br><br>
<br><br><br>
Honestly, I find both programs really good, ULB has in favor the advantage of having the European institutions in the city where the program takes place, but on the other hand, the academic program of FU Berlin merges really well aspects of law, business, and economics. <br><br><br>
<br><br><br>
I was wondering if anyone who had been to either of them knew which option is better for living, degree, and future options because, it is so difficult for me to decide. <br><br><br>
<br><br><br>
Thanks in advance! [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>I heart that it was not well organised most of the alumni. Are you also graduated from the program? [/quote]
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