Vienna LL.M International Law - new name to postgraduate program in English


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Hi, who else will be studying in the English speaking Vienna LL.M in International Law?
Part-time is a good solution if you're seeking internships like me. By the way, this is a postgraduate program, (not an undergraduate one like the new one International Legal Studies). The postgraduate LL.M in International Law has great professors who are really focussing on public international law and international economic law, right! This program appears to have been running for a very long time. Look at all the lectures and study trips they've been offering.

Hi, who else will be studying in the English speaking Vienna LL.M in International Law?
Part-time is a good solution if you're seeking internships like me. By the way, this is a postgraduate program, (not an undergraduate one like the new one International Legal Studies). The postgraduate LL.M in International Law has great professors who are really focussing on public international law and international economic law, right! This program appears to have been running for a very long time. Look at all the lectures and study trips they've been offering.
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Thanks for the clarification, I had checked the website multiple times in 2018, 2020 and later in 2021 but don't remember coming across the international law LLM or the other programs listed there. Perhaps they were included later or I couldn't see them myself. 

Access to information is really problematic at University of Vienna. The University has its own website and the Postgrad Centre has a seperate website which really doesn't make it easy to access information about the available programs. Apparently The Postgrad centre is like a subsidiary of the university which can charge full tuition fees as opposed to the University's tuition free programs. This begs the question: will it say University of Vienna on my diploma if I graduate from there or the Postgraduate Centre? I had asked this question on their Youtube page and they said that it will say University of Vienna. (I wanted to add this to the discussion just in case someone asks this in the future)  

International Law LLM looks nice the modules and program structure appears enthralling especially for people who want to work at the WTO. But if you compare it with EU and Int. Business Law LLM you'll see that its lacking some perks offered there. Eu and Int. Business Law LLM also offers: Stanford Partner Program, Stanford Student Exchange Program, LLM/MBA Option (Vienna University of Technology), Austrian Arbitration Academy Option, European Studies Summer Program Option, European Law Moot Court Option, EUIPO Traineeships and EPO Traineeships. Info regarding these options is missing on the Int. Law llm page. Also there is no scholarship section on the int. law llm page. 

I assume the University offers scholarships for all LLM programs listed under the Postgraduate Centre website not just the EU and Int. Business law llm. 

Thanks for the clarification, I had checked the website multiple times in 2018, 2020 and later in 2021 but don't remember coming across the international law LLM or the other programs listed there. Perhaps they were included later or I couldn't see them myself.&nbsp;<br><br>Access to information is really problematic at University of Vienna. The University has its own website and the Postgrad Centre has a seperate website which really doesn't make it easy to access information about the available programs. Apparently The Postgrad centre is like a subsidiary of the university which can charge full tuition fees as opposed to the University's tuition free programs. This begs the question: will it say University of Vienna on my diploma if I graduate from there or the Postgraduate Centre? I had asked this question on their Youtube page and they said that it will say University of Vienna. (I wanted to add this to the discussion just in case someone asks this in the future)&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><br>International Law LLM looks nice the modules and program structure appears enthralling especially for people who want to work at the WTO. But if you compare it with EU and Int. Business Law LLM you'll see that its lacking some perks offered there. Eu and Int. Business Law LLM also offers: Stanford Partner Program, Stanford Student Exchange Program, LLM/MBA Option (Vienna University of Technology), Austrian Arbitration Academy Option, European Studies Summer Program Option, European Law Moot Court Option, EUIPO Traineeships and EPO Traineeships. Info regarding these options is missing on the Int. Law llm page. Also there is no scholarship section on the int. law llm page.&nbsp;<br><br>I assume the University offers scholarships for all LLM programs listed under the Postgraduate Centre website not just the EU and Int. Business law llm.&nbsp;
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