Business LLM. Lund, Maastricht or any other alternative?


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Hi there!

First of all, I'm writing from Spain, and I'm just looking for an International Business Law Llm or something related. Currently admitted at the European Business Law program offered at Lund University and the Globalisation and Law program at the University of Maastricht. However, I am not 100% sure.
Really wanted to go to Sweden, but found out that the features offered by the program aren't everything I want, and the fact that the interesting option is doing the 2 year program is a bit of a downside too. It wouldn't be if It offered the things I am looking for, but that is not the case, so I don't know if it's worth it.

The second option is Maastricht. Seems nicer, but I am not sure about it, and haven't heard much about the program. And don't know the job prospects and international recognition of the program.

If anyone has done any of the programs or has any info about them I would really appreciate the help, or just your opinions!!

I'm open to any suggestion you might have. I would prefer a 1 year program and my budget is 30.000€ max. (tuition + living expenses)
I know it's super late, and considering the budget too, maybe I should look just for Europe. Would love Canada and NZ or Australia, but without a scholarship and applying so late... Impossible to find anything there.

I'm looking for something preferably coursework based, with good job prospects. If it offers the option to do an internship and/or an exchange abroad would be a plus.

Best,

FS4.

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Hi there!

First of all, I'm writing from Spain, and I'm just looking for an International Business Law Llm or something related. Currently admitted at the European Business Law program offered at Lund University and the Globalisation and Law program at the University of Maastricht. However, I am not 100% sure.
Really wanted to go to Sweden, but found out that the features offered by the program aren't everything I want, and the fact that the interesting option is doing the 2 year program is a bit of a downside too. It wouldn't be if It offered the things I am looking for, but that is not the case, so I don't know if it's worth it.

The second option is Maastricht. Seems nicer, but I am not sure about it, and haven't heard much about the program. And don't know the job prospects and international recognition of the program.

If anyone has done any of the programs or has any info about them I would really appreciate the help, or just your opinions!!

I'm open to any suggestion you might have. I would prefer a 1 year program and my budget is 30.000€ max. (tuition + living expenses)
I know it's super late, and considering the budget too, maybe I should look just for Europe. Would love Canada and NZ or Australia, but without a scholarship and applying so late... Impossible to find anything there.

I'm looking for something preferably coursework based, with good job prospects. If it offers the option to do an internship and/or an exchange abroad would be a plus.

Best,

FS4.
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Any help please?
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Hopefully someone get to respond you. Otherwise, please let me know your decision because I'm looking for LLMs also in international business law and related. I want to apply for next year's program. So far I'm interested in the following LLM programs: European and International Business Law in Leiden University (Leiden); Arbitration and Business Law in Erasmus University (Rotterdam); Commercial and Company Law in Erasmus University; International Business Law in Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Lisboa); and also in the one you mentioned in Maastricht, but also not sure. Good luck and I would really appreciate your feedback of any kind. Thank you!!
Hopefully someone get to respond you. Otherwise, please let me know your decision because I'm looking for LLMs also in international business law and related. I want to apply for next year's program. So far I'm interested in the following LLM programs: European and International Business Law in Leiden University (Leiden); Arbitration and Business Law in Erasmus University (Rotterdam); Commercial and Company Law in Erasmus University; International Business Law in Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Lisboa); and also in the one you mentioned in Maastricht, but also not sure. Good luck and I would really appreciate your feedback of any kind. Thank you!!
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Hi Maria Fernanda,

I'm afraid I won't be of any help, since I finally decided to postpone it one year and look for other alternatives.
I had my doubts, and I wasn't able to find much information from former students or other sources, here or anywhere else. I got some information from program coordinators and other staff though, so if there is something I can help you with, don't hesitate to contact me.
There are some on your list that I've been considering too, but I don't know what to do yet and I am just starting the search process all over again.

Hope you have more luck! Bye!
Hi Maria Fernanda,

I'm afraid I won't be of any help, since I finally decided to postpone it one year and look for other alternatives.
I had my doubts, and I wasn't able to find much information from former students or other sources, here or anywhere else. I got some information from program coordinators and other staff though, so if there is something I can help you with, don't hesitate to contact me.
There are some on your list that I've been considering too, but I don't know what to do yet and I am just starting the search process all over again.

Hope you have more luck! Bye!
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