Some questions about status of the uni and diploma


Fidan
Hello guys. Is there anyone who studied or studies at CULy? I have some questions, I need your help.
I want to apply to CULy LLM in International Businnes law. My background seems good to me, so my GPA is 88 out of 100, IELTS Academic 7.0. 2 years of professional experience and etc. But I need some more information. First of all, is the CULy is private or public university? I could not find exact information abut this except wikipedia. It is shown as public university there, but in one of discussions here, I saw it mentioned as private :( It is important, because I want to apply Eiffel ESP, but that program does not cover tuition fees. Can anyone give me exact information about this? The second question is that, I know that if you study Master 1 in France, at the end of the year you do not get a master diploma (in our case, LLM diploma). In the site of the university, exactly here: http://www.ucly.fr/masters-of-law/llm-in-international-business-law/ I saw that Master 1 is carried out in partnership with State University Lumière Lyon 2. Does it mean that this program is for Mater 1 or can apply for directly to Master 2?
Hello guys. Is there anyone who studied or studies at CULy? I have some questions, I need your help.
I want to apply to CULy LLM in International Businnes law. My background seems good to me, so my GPA is 88 out of 100, IELTS Academic 7.0. 2 years of professional experience and etc. But I need some more information. First of all, is the CULy is private or public university? I could not find exact information abut this except wikipedia. It is shown as public university there, but in one of discussions here, I saw it mentioned as private :( It is important, because I want to apply Eiffel ESP, but that program does not cover tuition fees. Can anyone give me exact information about this? The second question is that, I know that if you study Master 1 in France, at the end of the year you do not get a master diploma (in our case, LLM diploma). In the site of the university, exactly here: http://www.ucly.fr/masters-of-law/llm-in-international-business-law/ I saw that Master 1 is carried out in partnership with State University Lumière Lyon 2. Does it mean that this program is for Mater 1 or can apply for directly to Master 2?
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Duncan
I studied at UCLy. It is a private university, I believe the largest in France. Normally if you have already studied the M1 classes elsewhere, and have the right number of credits, you can apply directly for M2. However, this is an M1 program only, leading to the M1 degree of the University of Lyon law school. The M1 is, indeed, a masters degree with a diploma from the French Republic. The LLM does not formally exist as a French state degree, so UCLy cannot issue a LLM masters degree.

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 08, 2017]

I studied at UCLy. It is a private university, I believe the largest in France. Normally if you have already studied the M1 classes elsewhere, and have the right number of credits, you can apply directly for M2. However, this is an M1 program only, leading to the M1 degree of the University of Lyon law school. The M1 is, indeed, a masters degree with a diploma from the French Republic. The LLM does not formally exist as a French state degree, so UCLy cannot issue a LLM masters degree.
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Fidan
Dear Duncan,
Thank you very much for information.
If you do not mind I'd ask another question.

I've heard that, if a student wins the scholarship (has the "statut du boursier") from Eiffel, or French government, he/she does not pay tuition fee in public universities. Dou you have any information about this? Unfortunately, I could not get answer to my question from Campus France or French embassy in my country. And deadlines are coming up, so it's urgent for me.
Dear Duncan,
Thank you very much for information.
If you do not mind I'd ask another question.

I've heard that, if a student wins the scholarship (has the "statut du boursier") from Eiffel, or French government, he/she does not pay tuition fee in public universities. Dou you have any information about this? Unfortunately, I could not get answer to my question from Campus France or French embassy in my country. And deadlines are coming up, so it's urgent for me.
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