LLM/MBA starting February or later


Hey guys!


As a student graduating in January 2019, I was wondering whether there are LLM's starting in February 2019.

For the moment, I have found these ones:
1. University of Cape Town
2. Universities in Australia, New-Zealand
3. University of Vienna
4. University of Luxembourg

Is there anyone who has experience regarding this subject?

I am also considering a MBA, but the GMAT is holding me back for the moment. I would like to find a good business school without this test but am quite sure there aren't any or just a few.

Thank you very much!

P.S.: Due to the fact that I am Dutch, I would like to avoid Dutch speaking countries.

[Edited by Stefanie_V on Oct 19, 2017]

Hey guys!


As a student graduating in January 2019, I was wondering whether there are LLM's starting in February 2019.

For the moment, I have found these ones:
1. University of Cape Town
2. Universities in Australia, New-Zealand
3. University of Vienna
4. University of Luxembourg

Is there anyone who has experience regarding this subject?

I am also considering a MBA, but the GMAT is holding me back for the moment. I would like to find a good business school without this test but am quite sure there aren't any or just a few.

Thank you very much!

P.S.: Due to the fact that I am Dutch, I would like to avoid Dutch speaking countries.
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Olala
Hello, Stefanie!
I've also researched this question and found out few options for me regarding winter intake.
Among them:
- Vienna Uni
- Brussels Kent law school
- Leiden and Amsterdam Uni
- also few in GB - Reading and some other, though I didn't take them into consideration.

Good luck!
Hello, Stefanie!
I've also researched this question and found out few options for me regarding winter intake.
Among them:
- Vienna Uni
- Brussels Kent law school
- Leiden and Amsterdam Uni
- also few in GB - Reading and some other, though I didn't take them into consideration.

Good luck!
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chicken so...
The GMAT will be required for any MBA program work the investment.

But the bigger concern would probably be work experience. Internationally accredited MBA programs would require that you have at least 2-3 years of post-graduate work experience. Most good programs only recruit students with 5-6 years. If you plan on applying to start right after finishing your studies, I don't think this is a doable goal.
The GMAT will be required for any MBA program work the investment.

But the bigger concern would probably be work experience. Internationally accredited MBA programs would require that you have at least 2-3 years of post-graduate work experience. Most good programs only recruit students with 5-6 years. If you plan on applying to start right after finishing your studies, I don't think this is a doable goal.
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