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linders

So, I was wondering, how would you guys compare the ELPIS programme in Hannover with the Europainstitut ... as a law graduate, I would like to know this: is it better to take the more "european studies" approach of Hannover and specialise in law or take the very law-based approach of Saarbruecken and specialise in an area of law, if I intend to keep my options open for working in various international capacities ... decisions decisions ... any advice??

So, I was wondering, how would you guys compare the ELPIS programme in Hannover with the Europainstitut ... as a law graduate, I would like to know this: is it better to take the more "european studies" approach of Hannover and specialise in law or take the very law-based approach of Saarbruecken and specialise in an area of law, if I intend to keep my options open for working in various international capacities ... decisions decisions ... any advice??
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cwtorbs

If I were interested in such a degree, I think I would prefer that "european studies" approach since it would enable you to work in different countries? Whereas if you were to study the local law, you are pretty much bound to the country you are in.

If I were interested in such a degree, I think I would prefer that "european studies" approach since it would enable you to work in different countries? Whereas if you were to study the local law, you are pretty much bound to the country you are in.
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