Which programme and where?


simba32

Hey guys,
I consider studying llm in europe or us (if it's affordable). My CGPA is around 70 out of 100. I have a year of internship experience. I am interested in arbitration-dispute resolution, intellectual property and commercial law. My TOEFL score is 100. Any suggestions on which programme would be good to study and where in europe would be the best choice? I thought of leiden university for arbitration llm. For intellectual property llm i consider KU Leuven and MIPLC. MIPLC is expensive so to be able to study in there i would need to obtain some kind of scholarship. I looked for llms in france but their system is confusing. So given these circumtances which programmes would be the best and affordable. Thank you in advance.

Hey guys,
I consider studying llm in europe or us (if it's affordable). My CGPA is around 70 out of 100. I have a year of internship experience. I am interested in arbitration-dispute resolution, intellectual property and commercial law. My TOEFL score is 100. Any suggestions on which programme would be good to study and where in europe would be the best choice? I thought of leiden university for arbitration llm. For intellectual property llm i consider KU Leuven and MIPLC. MIPLC is expensive so to be able to study in there i would need to obtain some kind of scholarship. I looked for llms in france but their system is confusing. So given these circumtances which programmes would be the best and affordable. Thank you in advance.
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Hey guys,
I consider studying llm in europe or us (if it's affordable). My CGPA is around 70 out of 100. I have a year of internship experience. I am interested in arbitration-dispute resolution, intellectual property and commercial law. My TOEFL score is 100. Any suggestions on which programme would be good to study and where in europe would be the best choice? I thought of leiden university for arbitration llm. For intellectual property llm i consider KU Leuven and MIPLC. MIPLC is expensive so to be able to study in there i would need to obtain some kind of scholarship. I looked for llms in france but their system is confusing. So given these circumtances which programmes would be the best and affordable. Thank you in advance.


Not sure about the Commercial Law and IP LLM, but the LLM in International Dispute Settlement offered by the Geneva University Law School's Graduate Institute is hands down one of the best LL.M. programs in ADR out there, and their teaching staff includes some of the most renowned arbitration practitioners and professors. Its cost run a bit high at CHF 30,000, but it is worth it especially given that you can pursue it online. Another decent (and more affordable) option is the Comparative and International Dispute Resolution LLM offered by Queen Mary University of London (GBP 16,000). 



[quote]Hey guys,
I consider studying llm in europe or us (if it's affordable). My CGPA is around 70 out of 100. I have a year of internship experience. I am interested in arbitration-dispute resolution, intellectual property and commercial law. My TOEFL score is 100. Any suggestions on which programme would be good to study and where in europe would be the best choice? I thought of leiden university for arbitration llm. For intellectual property llm i consider KU Leuven and MIPLC. MIPLC is expensive so to be able to study in there i would need to obtain some kind of scholarship. I looked for llms in france but their system is confusing. So given these circumtances which programmes would be the best and affordable. Thank you in advance. [/quote]<br><br>Not sure about the Commercial Law and IP LLM, but the LLM in International Dispute Settlement offered by the Geneva University Law School's Graduate Institute is hands down one of the best LL.M. programs in ADR out there, and their teaching staff includes some of the most renowned arbitration practitioners and professors.&nbsp;Its cost run a bit high at CHF 30,000, but it is worth it especially given that you can pursue it online. Another decent (and more affordable) option is the Comparative and International Dispute Resolution LLM offered by Queen Mary University of London (GBP 16,000).&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>
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simba32

Hey guys,
I consider studying llm in europe or us (if it's affordable). My CGPA is around 70 out of 100. I have a year of internship experience. I am interested in arbitration-dispute resolution, intellectual property and commercial law. My TOEFL score is 100. Any suggestions on which programme would be good to study and where in europe would be the best choice? I thought of leiden university for arbitration llm. For intellectual property llm i consider KU Leuven and MIPLC. MIPLC is expensive so to be able to study in there i would need to obtain some kind of scholarship. I looked for llms in france but their system is confusing. So given these circumtances which programmes would be the best and affordable. Thank you in advance.


Not sure about the Commercial Law and IP LLM, but the LLM in International Dispute Settlement offered by the Geneva University Law School's Graduate Institute is hands down one of the best LL.M. programs in ADR out there, and their teaching staff includes some of the most renowned arbitration practitioners and professors. Its cost run a bit high at CHF 30,000, but it is worth it especially given that you can pursue it online. Another decent (and more affordable) option is the Comparative and International Dispute Resolution LLM offered by Queen Mary University of London (GBP 16,000). 





Thank you so much for your response. I have checked the programmes that you mentioned and it was helpful. But unfortunately I don't think that I will be able to afford... I wish I could. Thank you.

[quote][quote]Hey guys,
I consider studying llm in europe or us (if it's affordable). My CGPA is around 70 out of 100. I have a year of internship experience. I am interested in arbitration-dispute resolution, intellectual property and commercial law. My TOEFL score is 100. Any suggestions on which programme would be good to study and where in europe would be the best choice? I thought of leiden university for arbitration llm. For intellectual property llm i consider KU Leuven and MIPLC. MIPLC is expensive so to be able to study in there i would need to obtain some kind of scholarship. I looked for llms in france but their system is confusing. So given these circumtances which programmes would be the best and affordable. Thank you in advance. [/quote]<br><br>Not sure about the Commercial Law and IP LLM, but the LLM in International Dispute Settlement offered by the Geneva University Law School's Graduate Institute is hands down one of the best LL.M. programs in ADR out there, and their teaching staff includes some of the most renowned arbitration practitioners and professors.&nbsp;Its cost run a bit high at CHF 30,000, but it is worth it especially given that you can pursue it online. Another decent (and more affordable) option is the Comparative and International Dispute Resolution LLM offered by Queen Mary University of London (GBP 16,000).&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>
<br><div><br></div><div></div></div> [/quote]<br><br>Thank you so much for your response. I have checked the programmes that you mentioned and it was helpful. But unfortunately I don't think that I will be able to afford... I wish I could. Thank you.
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First, I am happy to know that you know your interested areas. This is the most helpful information that someone can assist your questions.



"arbitration-dispute resolution, intellectual property and commercial law"It seems that you would like to be tighten your budget right? Then, you can exclude USA from your country list. 
I'd recommend you these universities list which might have your prospective program.
1.UK
Aberdeen, Dundee, Kent, and Essex.
2.Netherlands
Groningen and Radboud
3.France
 There are two types of master degree: master degree 1 and 2 recognized in the French education system as a master degree and a master degree offered by French universities which is recognized as a diploma in the French education system.
First, a French master degree in laws  is divided into two academic years which are master 1 and master 2. Simply saying, it is a two-academic year program. Most of universities offers Master 1 and Master 2. Some graduate from Master 1 may want to study a Master 2 at other universities.  In order to pursue PHD in France, you would have to finish Master 2. Please check this link out: https://academia.stackexchange.com/questions/106647/m1-vs-m2-in-france-in-the-french-system-which-one-is-designed-for-those-intere 

In France, there are many programs and they are affordable. Please check them out. 

4.Germany

The Europa-Institut (Master of Laws, LL.M.)
5.JapanKyushu University, LL.M.

First, I am happy to know that you know your interested areas. This is the most helpful information that someone can assist your questions.<br><br>
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</div><div>"arbitration-dispute resolution, intellectual property and commercial law"</div>It seems that you would like to be tighten your budget right? Then, you can exclude USA from your country list.&nbsp;<br><div>I'd recommend you these universities list which might have your prospective program.</div><br>1.UK<br>Aberdeen, Dundee, Kent, and Essex.<br>2.Netherlands<br>Groningen and Radboud<br>3.France<br>&nbsp;There are two types of master degree: master degree 1 and 2 recognized in the French education system as a master degree and a master degree offered by French universities which is recognized as a diploma in the French education system.<br>First, a French master degree in laws&nbsp; is divided into two academic years which are master 1 and master 2. Simply saying, it is a two-academic year program. Most of universities offers Master 1 and Master 2. Some graduate from Master 1 may want to study a Master 2 at other universities.&nbsp; In order to pursue PHD in France, you would have to finish Master 2. Please check this link out: https://academia.stackexchange.com/questions/106647/m1-vs-m2-in-france-in-the-french-system-which-one-is-designed-for-those-intere&nbsp;<br><br>In France, there are many programs and they are affordable. Please check them out.&nbsp;<br><br>4.Germany<div>
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</div><div>The Europa-Institut (Master of Laws, LL.M.)</div><br><div>5.Japan</div>Kyushu University, LL.M.<br><div>
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