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GiorgiN

Hello guys.. I need your help very much. I am gonna apply for the Daad scholarship and I am looking for the English language llm courses in Germany. I don't know German at all..

It should be taken into consideration that Daad pays only 500 Euros per semester. I can add some amount by myself. but the cost of the program shouldn't be more than 2000 euros per llm program (one year).

Thanks in advance.
I'll appreciate your help.

Hello guys.. I need your help very much. I am gonna apply for the Daad scholarship and I am looking for the English language llm courses in Germany. I don't know German at all..

It should be taken into consideration that Daad pays only 500 Euros per semester. I can add some amount by myself. but the cost of the program shouldn't be more than 2000 euros per llm program (one year).

Thanks in advance.
I'll appreciate your help.
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Interalia

Frankfurt : Law and Finance LLM
Munich : IP LLM
Bucerius: Master in Law and Business
Hamburg: European Master in Law and Economics

All of them are more than 2000 Euros though.

Frankfurt : Law and Finance LLM
Munich : IP LLM
Bucerius: Master in Law and Business
Hamburg: European Master in Law and Economics

All of them are more than 2000 Euros though.
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GiorgiN

Yea I know, but they are too expensive..

Can you advice any good programs under this threshold - 2000 euro fee per year?

Yea I know, but they are too expensive..

Can you advice any good programs under this threshold - 2000 euro fee per year?
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Maya10

As I posted before, I can highly recommend Europa-Institut at Saarland University in Germany. It is one of the oldest programmes in Europe with a very good reputation.

The curriculum of the LLM programme is specifically tailored to meet the exigencies of the European job market, and imparted by use of a range of teaching methods in order to convey both practical as well as theoretical knowledge. Y

ou can choose from a number of courses either in English and/ or German and specialize in 5 study units.

The students are coming from all over the world and Saarbrücken is a nice student city.

There are many scholarships available! And the have a late application until the end of SEptember in case you are interested.

You should check out the websites for more information:
europainstitut.de/en/europa-institut.html

As I posted before, I can highly recommend Europa-Institut at Saarland University in Germany. It is one of the oldest programmes in Europe with a very good reputation.

The curriculum of the LLM programme is specifically tailored to meet the exigencies of the European job market, and imparted by use of a range of teaching methods in order to convey both practical as well as theoretical knowledge. Y

ou can choose from a number of courses either in English and/ or German and specialize in 5 study units.

The students are coming from all over the world and Saarbrücken is a nice student city.

There are many scholarships available! And the have a late application until the end of SEptember in case you are interested.

You should check out the websites for more information:
europainstitut.de/en/europa-institut.html
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GiorgiN

Thanks, but I think it's expensive, I mean more than 2000 euros per year.

Can u recommend anything which will be cheaper?

Thanks in advance

Thanks, but I think it's expensive, I mean more than 2000 euros per year.

Can u recommend anything which will be cheaper?

Thanks in advance
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Maya10

You should really check out the scholarship opportunity and ask to the Institute if there is wa way how to finance it. I think it is not so expensive in comparison to other LLMs... and it has a good reputation which I think is very important!

You should really check out the scholarship opportunity and ask to the Institute if there is wa way how to finance it. I think it is not so expensive in comparison to other LLMs... and it has a good reputation which I think is very important!
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GiorgiN

Hey, thanks for your replies.

I've just one question. Is it necessary to apply for this program to know both German and English language or is only English sufficient? I mean how the courses are distributed between languages, which one constitutes the majority?

Hey, thanks for your replies.

I've just one question. Is it necessary to apply for this program to know both German and English language or is only English sufficient? I mean how the courses are distributed between languages, which one constitutes the majority?
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