U Amsterdam, FU Berlin LSE or U Edinburgh for Antitrust Law?


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Hello everyone, I was wondering if you could help me out. Has anyone experience with either of the programmes below?

U Amsterdam: International and European Law: European Competition Law and Regulation (14,700 EUR)
FU Berlin: Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL) (9,500 EUR)
LSE: LLM Competition, Innovation and Trade Law (20,736 GBP)
U Edinburgh: Is there a replacement for the Competition and Innovation LLM?

LSE is a bit expensive but is it worth it? How about the other programmes and cities?
Cheers,

Hello everyone, I was wondering if you could help me out. Has anyone experience with either of the programmes below?

U Amsterdam: International and European Law: European Competition Law and Regulation (14,700 EUR)
FU Berlin: Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL) (9,500 EUR)
LSE: LLM Competition, Innovation and Trade Law (20,736 GBP)
U Edinburgh: Is there a replacement for the Competition and Innovation LLM?

LSE is a bit expensive but is it worth it? How about the other programmes and cities?
Cheers,
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easy_tiger

No ideas? :-(

No ideas? :-(
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Hello everyone, I was wondering if you could help me out. Has anyone experience with either of the programmes below?

U Amsterdam: International and European Law: European Competition Law and Regulation (14,700 EUR)
FU Berlin: Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL) (9,500 EUR)
LSE: LLM Competition, Innovation and Trade Law (20,736 GBP)
U Edinburgh: Is there a replacement for the Competition and Innovation LLM?

LSE is a bit expensive but is it worth it? How about the other programmes and cities?
Cheers,


I guess LSE is the best but isn't it too late to apply?

[quote]Hello everyone, I was wondering if you could help me out. Has anyone experience with either of the programmes below?

U Amsterdam: International and European Law: European Competition Law and Regulation (14,700 EUR)
FU Berlin: Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL) (9,500 EUR)
LSE: LLM Competition, Innovation and Trade Law (20,736 GBP)
U Edinburgh: Is there a replacement for the Competition and Innovation LLM?

LSE is a bit expensive but is it worth it? How about the other programmes and cities?
Cheers,[/quote]

I guess LSE is the best but isn't it too late to apply?
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