Please help. Very confused.


Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:

1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham
Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:

1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham
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Bosnalaw
Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:

1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham


there is a ninja law for pirates LLM at AC university. Maybe that fits your needs... Just kidding, your numberation is actually quite accurate. Leiden is quite good, at least some of their lecturers are...
<blockquote>Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:

1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham</blockquote>

there is a ninja law for pirates LLM at AC university. Maybe that fits your needs... Just kidding, your numberation is actually quite accurate. Leiden is quite good, at least some of their lecturers are...
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sakuil
Durham
Durham
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Hi guys,

there is a ninja law for pirates LLM at AC university. Maybe that fits your needs... Just kidding, your numberation is actually quite accurate. Leiden is quite good, at least some of their lecturers are...


haha. Thanks.

BTW sakuil why would you suggest Durham amongst these?

PS Should I count on this ? (http://www.go-llm.com/choosing-the-right-business-law-ll-m-program/)
<blockquote><blockquote>Hi guys,

there is a ninja law for pirates LLM at AC university. Maybe that fits your needs... Just kidding, your numberation is actually quite accurate. Leiden is quite good, at least some of their lecturers are... </blockquote>

haha. Thanks.

BTW sakuil why would you suggest Durham amongst these?

PS Should I count on this ? (http://www.go-llm.com/choosing-the-right-business-law-ll-m-program/)
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ericboo
Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:

1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham


Hai there,
Currently I'm studying International Business Law at Tilburg University. I didn't know about the other options, but my experiences for the first semester here says: I'm in the right place! The "IBL" program at Tilburg involves all of the courses mentioned (https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/education/masters-programmes/international-business-law/programme/curriculum/) are really focusing on legal business area. By the time you are done with course you will have a good appreciation of all of the courses in the field of business. Moreover, the university itself is a very convenient place to study, i like the library and the sport center so much!
However, as I mentioned, I didn't know that well about any other university. but, i heard that Tilburg's IBL is the best IBL program in the Netherlands. before deciding to go here, I consider leiden, utrecht, amsterdam, groningen as my options, but in the end I chose Tilburg! and I'm glad I did. ;)

PS: the city is the best city to study :p
<blockquote>Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:

1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham</blockquote>

Hai there,
Currently I'm studying International Business Law at Tilburg University. I didn't know about the other options, but my experiences for the first semester here says: I'm in the right place! The "IBL" program at Tilburg involves all of the courses mentioned (https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/education/masters-programmes/international-business-law/programme/curriculum/) are really focusing on legal business area. By the time you are done with course you will have a good appreciation of all of the courses in the field of business. Moreover, the university itself is a very convenient place to study, i like the library and the sport center so much!
However, as I mentioned, I didn't know that well about any other university. but, i heard that Tilburg's IBL is the best IBL program in the Netherlands. before deciding to go here, I consider leiden, utrecht, amsterdam, groningen as my options, but in the end I chose Tilburg! and I'm glad I did. ;)

PS: the city is the best city to study :p
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Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:

1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham
<blockquote>Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:

1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham</blockquote>
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Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:
I assume that you are a business student. I am currently studying International Business law at Tilburg University and I'm finding it quite interesting. The course cuts across all of the areas of study that you have listed here. Hence, if you study International Business Law you will have a piece of the pie from all of these sectors. This could make you a suitable candidate for job offers in any of these areas.
1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham
<blockquote><blockquote>Hi guys,

Please suggest me which is the best course amongst these:
I assume that you are a business student. I am currently studying International Business law at Tilburg University and I'm finding it quite interesting. The course cuts across all of the areas of study that you have listed here. Hence, if you study International Business Law you will have a piece of the pie from all of these sectors. This could make you a suitable candidate for job offers in any of these areas.
1) European and International business law, Leiden
2) International Business Law, Tilburg
3) LLM Corporate and Financial Law, GLasgow
4) LLM International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham</blockquote></blockquote>
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bgdarina
Hey Gartor,
I am a student in TIlburg university and I had the same "first look" dilemma like you. I choose Tilburg for a few reasons and I am more than happy that I did so. First Holland has traditions in academic education, second TIlburg as far as I am concern is the only university , which is academic academic. The university has modern approaches and high requirements. The town is small and safety, the people are so kind. You cannot meet the arrogance and the business thinking like in UK. It's all about the students, you have voice and professors are accessible. The education is the " something different " . For further details do not hesitate to contact me.
Hey Gartor,
I am a student in TIlburg university and I had the same "first look" dilemma like you. I choose Tilburg for a few reasons and I am more than happy that I did so. First Holland has traditions in academic education, second TIlburg as far as I am concern is the only university , which is academic academic. The university has modern approaches and high requirements. The town is small and safety, the people are so kind. You cannot meet the arrogance and the business thinking like in UK. It's all about the students, you have voice and professors are accessible. The education is the " something different " . For further details do not hesitate to contact me.
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