EU Law/Int. Law LLM


Dear all,

I am new on the website and this is my first post, so I would like to thank in advance all those who will answer me.

I am an Italian graduated in law and due to my passion for both EU law both Public international law I don't see many opportunities for my future career path while staying in Italy. As a result, I would like to apply for an LLM in one of the two aforementioned subjects. My doubts are:
- which are in your opinion the best career/job opportunities after one LLM in one of these two subjects?
- which are in your opinion the most prestigious and highly-qualified schools in Europe or the UK offering an LLM on these subjects? And which among these could give me the best job opportunities in the future/have the best connection with possible future employers like EU agencies or International Organizations (UNODC, OSCE...)?

Many thanks you all

Nicola

Dear all,

I am new on the website and this is my first post, so I would like to thank in advance all those who will answer me.

I am an Italian graduated in law and due to my passion for both EU law both Public international law I don't see many opportunities for my future career path while staying in Italy. As a result, I would like to apply for an LLM in one of the two aforementioned subjects. My doubts are:
- which are in your opinion the best career/job opportunities after one LLM in one of these two subjects?
- which are in your opinion the most prestigious and highly-qualified schools in Europe or the UK offering an LLM on these subjects? And which among these could give me the best job opportunities in the future/have the best connection with possible future employers like EU agencies or International Organizations (UNODC, OSCE...)?

Many thanks you all

Nicola
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Cerenimo

Same here. I got admitted to Public International Law LLM in Utrecht and European Private Law LLM in UvA. But I've talked to a lot of my professors and the conclusion was there is much more job opportunities after getting an LLM in European Private Law. So I accepted Uva's offer. Public International Law is a really competitive area and only few people make it to global and european organisations.

[Edited by Cerenimo on Jul 11, 2018]

Same here. I got admitted to Public International Law LLM in Utrecht and European Private Law LLM in UvA. But I've talked to a lot of my professors and the conclusion was there is much more job opportunities after getting an LLM in European Private Law. So I accepted Uva's offer. Public International Law is a really competitive area and only few people make it to global and european organisations.
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