LLM in Europe or where?


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Anyone? I might not be able to take IELTS, so UK will be out most likely. So I think I will prefer Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden and Denmark. Also ILF is interesting.

Anyone? I might not be able to take IELTS, so UK will be out most likely. So I think I will prefer Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden and Denmark. Also ILF is interesting.
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joeld

Tnyk,

First of all, I work for Uppsala and thus perhaps biased. But I still want to ask you, given the importance of a careful cost-benefit analysis, whether you are an EU citizen? If so, then the LLM is free in Sweden and perhaps elsewhere. In general I think the difference between your options is not that big and more a matter of what you choose to do with your time.

Joel

Tnyk,

First of all, I work for Uppsala and thus perhaps biased. But I still want to ask you, given the importance of a careful cost-benefit analysis, whether you are an EU citizen? If so, then the LLM is free in Sweden and perhaps elsewhere. In general I think the difference between your options is not that big and more a matter of what you choose to do with your time.

Joel
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Tnyk,

First of all, I work for Uppsala and thus perhaps biased. But I still want to ask you, given the importance of a careful cost-benefit analysis, whether you are an EU citizen? If so, then the LLM is free in Sweden and perhaps elsewhere. In general I think the difference between your options is not that big and more a matter of what you choose to do with your time.

Joel

Yes Joel, I'm EU citizen. It's true that for EU citizens, most of studies are free, or at least with lower costs. Thanks for you time och hoppas vi ses i Uppsala!

<blockquote>Tnyk,

First of all, I work for Uppsala and thus perhaps biased. But I still want to ask you, given the importance of a careful cost-benefit analysis, whether you are an EU citizen? If so, then the LLM is free in Sweden and perhaps elsewhere. In general I think the difference between your options is not that big and more a matter of what you choose to do with your time.

Joel</blockquote>
Yes Joel, I'm EU citizen. It's true that for EU citizens, most of studies are free, or at least with lower costs. Thanks for you time och hoppas vi ses i Uppsala!
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Hello beatrizlopez, you might want to check out this link: http://www.scholars4dev.com/9794/the-uppsala-university-ipk-scholarships-for-international-students/

Hello beatrizlopez, you might want to check out this link: http://www.scholars4dev.com/9794/the-uppsala-university-ipk-scholarships-for-international-students/
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joeld

Hi Beatrizlopez, the fee is more or less the same as other European master degrees in law. But as posted by Stellamadison, there are several scholarhips available. Another one, if you're interested in the program in Investment Treaty Arbitration, is sponsored by the Swedish Association of Arbitration.

Joel

Hi Beatrizlopez, the fee is more or less the same as other European master degrees in law. But as posted by Stellamadison, there are several scholarhips available. Another one, if you're interested in the program in Investment Treaty Arbitration, is sponsored by the Swedish Association of Arbitration.

Joel
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