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Kat
Hi,
I've heard that there are LLM-programs in Europe without tuition fees. Does anyone have more info?
Kat
Hi,
I've heard that there are LLM-programs in Europe without tuition fees. Does anyone have more info?
Kat
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Nikolas
Eg Germany! You pay up to 35,000 USD fees in the US and only 500 Euros in Germany and other countries in continental Europe.
Eg Germany! You pay up to 35,000 USD fees in the US and only 500 Euros in Germany and other countries in continental Europe.
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Kat
Can you recommend any particular university in Germany?
Can you recommend any particular university in Germany?
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Nikolas
Freie University Berlin. Berlin is really a great city to spend an LLM year!
Freie University Berlin. Berlin is really a great city to spend an LLM year!
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Nikolas
Freie University Berlin. Berlin is really a great city to spend an LLM year!


You also have Humboldt (Berlin), Hamburg University and Cologne (these are the cities I like most in Germany...)
<blockquote>Freie University Berlin. Berlin is really a great city to spend an LLM year!</blockquote>

You also have Humboldt (Berlin), Hamburg University and Cologne (these are the cities I like most in Germany...)
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Ravi
German state universities do not charge any tuition fees. Also Swedish state universities do not charge any tuition fees. I guess, even Finnish universities do not charge(but not so sure).
German state universities do not charge any tuition fees. Also Swedish state universities do not charge any tuition fees. I guess, even Finnish universities do not charge(but not so sure).
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Nikolas
I think some Germany states universities do have charges for the LLM, but really affordable compared to other countires. I heard at Freie Universität Berlin they charge something like 1000 ⬠for the year.
I think some Germany states universities do have charges for the LLM, but really affordable compared to other countires. I heard at Freie Universität Berlin they charge something like 1000 € for the year.
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Matthias
Those who want to do their LLM in Germany should be aware that most likely these programs won´t be tuition-free any much longer! This week our Constitutional Court opened the doors for tuition fees to be introduced. You can be sure that international students will be the first ones to be ripped off, especially in postgradual programs! So better watch the programs you are interested in!
Those who want to do their LLM in Germany should be aware that most likely these programs won´t be tuition-free any much longer! This week our Constitutional Court opened the doors for tuition fees to be introduced. You can be sure that international students will be the first ones to be ripped off, especially in postgradual programs! So better watch the programs you are interested in!
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Klaus
I heard aboout that too, but as most universities in Germany are still slow moving bureaucracies you probably still have some time left until they change the rules...
I heard aboout that too, but as most universities in Germany are still slow moving bureaucracies you probably still have some time left until they change the rules...
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Matthias
Hey, they smell good money now, so you´ll see how fast bureaucracy and legislation CAN work! ;-)
Hey, they smell good money now, so you´ll see how fast bureaucracy and legislation CAN work! ;-)
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Klaus
True, true, we will see a "Ruck" through germany at last....
True, true, we will see a "Ruck" through germany at last....
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bavaria
At least the universities in southern Germany will introduce fees within the next year, trust me on that! The governments have been waiting for this for years. I think this was overdue German universities have steadily lost ground compared to eg UK or Dutch universities. Hopefully the fees will not go together with equivalent financial cuts in state subsidies...
At least the universities in southern Germany will introduce fees within the next year, trust me on that! The governments have been waiting for this for years. I think this was overdue German universities have steadily lost ground compared to eg UK or Dutch universities. Hopefully the fees will not go together with equivalent financial cuts in state subsidies...
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barcelona
Dear Kat

Indeed, it is true that a few Universities do not charge tuition fees. As far as I know, all these Universities are in Sweden, since this country does not charge any tuition fees at all - neither to home nor foreign students. Moreover, the University of Stockholm's LLM courses are in English. Check out the web page: www.juridicum.su.se. Uppala is the older and (probably more) prestigious university. It also offers courses in English, but is maybe not as international when it comes to the contents of its LLM programs. Check out their LLm courses, too.

Good luck and take care - Manuel
Dear Kat

Indeed, it is true that a few Universities do not charge tuition fees. As far as I know, all these Universities are in Sweden, since this country does not charge any tuition fees at all - neither to home nor foreign students. Moreover, the University of Stockholm's LLM courses are in English. Check out the web page: www.juridicum.su.se. Uppala is the older and (probably more) prestigious university. It also offers courses in English, but is maybe not as international when it comes to the contents of its LLM programs. Check out their LLm courses, too.

Good luck and take care - Manuel
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barcelona
Hi again, Kat
One more detail about Sweden. Almost everyone is fluent in English there, which is a big advantage for anglo-saxon students (check out the post I submitted on your other account you opened).
I live in Switzerland, but adore Sweden and all other Scandinavian countries, the people being extremely kind and the landscape being quite impressive.
Take care - Diego
Hi again, Kat
One more detail about Sweden. Almost everyone is fluent in English there, which is a big advantage for anglo-saxon students (check out the post I submitted on your other account you opened).
I live in Switzerland, but adore Sweden and all other Scandinavian countries, the people being extremely kind and the landscape being quite impressive.
Take care - Diego
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barcelona
By the way, I meant UPPSALA, not UPPALA university - of course.
By the way, I meant UPPSALA, not UPPALA university - of course.
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arreyb
how do I get admitted
how do I get admitted
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barcelona
The application procedure is as everywhere. Check out the web page for Stockholm: www.juridicum.su.se. Uppsala is the older and (probably more) prestigious university. It also offers courses in English, but is maybe not as international when it comes to the contents of its LLM programs. Check out their LLm courses, too.
The application procedure is as everywhere. Check out the web page for Stockholm: www.juridicum.su.se. Uppsala is the older and (probably more) prestigious university. It also offers courses in English, but is maybe not as international when it comes to the contents of its LLM programs. Check out their LLm courses, too.
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MECASINO
hello

Can some one assist me with any university or collage in Germany without or low tuition fee in LLM. I also intend to undertake the programe in ENGLISH thanks for your assistance.

Samuel
hello

Can some one assist me with any university or collage in Germany without or low tuition fee in LLM. I also intend to undertake the programe in ENGLISH thanks for your assistance.

Samuel
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mohana
Hello dear friends, could any one inform me,whether with no tuition fees or low tuition fees for LLM, and Ph.d law.2015. I wish to be in English medium of instructions in Germany. If any European countries is followed by low tuition fee or no fees. Thanks
Hello dear friends, could any one inform me,whether with no tuition fees or low tuition fees for LLM, and Ph.d law.2015. I wish to be in English medium of instructions in Germany. If any European countries is followed by low tuition fee or no fees. Thanks
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