New Joint LL.M School of Law & University of Cergy Pontoise, France


fjclark
This joint masters, which commences in September 2008 brings together two dynamic and highly rated law schools. Students will be taught through English and will gain an in depth knowledge of a wide range of contemporary commercial law subjects from both a common law and civil law perspective. Students enrolled on the dual qualifying LL.M in International Commercial Law will graduate with an LL.M in International Commercial Law frm Dundee University and an LL.M in Business & Taxation Law or Law & Business Ethics from UCP.
This joint masters, which commences in September 2008 brings together two dynamic and highly rated law schools. Students will be taught through English and will gain an in depth knowledge of a wide range of contemporary commercial law subjects from both a common law and civil law perspective. Students enrolled on the dual qualifying LL.M in International Commercial Law will graduate with an LL.M in International Commercial Law frm Dundee University and an LL.M in Business & Taxation Law or Law & Business Ethics from UCP.
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Graf
I applied for the Dual program of University of Cergy-Pontoise + University of Dundee and sent application materials to the Cergy-Pontoise University address.

Could you please let me know what is the tuition fee for the full course of the Dual LL.M. programme (including two periods in Scotland and France)?

Is it necessary to send additional application to the Dundee University? If so, does on-line application form (UKRPASS) of University of Dundee contain the option for the Dual programme or it is possible to choose LLM course in international commercial law (P022119) to apply for the Dual programme?

I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
I applied for the Dual program of University of Cergy-Pontoise + University of Dundee and sent application materials to the Cergy-Pontoise University address.

Could you please let me know what is the tuition fee for the full course of the Dual LL.M. programme (including two periods in Scotland and France)?

Is it necessary to send additional application to the Dundee University? If so, does on-line application form (UKRPASS) of University of Dundee contain the option for the Dual programme or it is possible to choose LLM course in international commercial law (P022119) to apply for the Dual programme?

I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
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fjclark
Thanks for your message. If appying through the University of Dundee the total fees for the programme are as follows:-

EU students £3950
Non-EU students £8500

If you apply through UCP then you will be taught in French when spending your semester there. If you wish to be taught in English for the entire duration of the programme then you should apply through the University of Dundee.

You should be able to select an option for the Joint LL.M on UKPASS but if this is not available then please select the International Commercial Law programme and make it clear on the application that you are interested in the Joint LL.M.

If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact me (f.j.clark@dundee.ac.uk).
Thanks for your message. If appying through the University of Dundee the total fees for the programme are as follows:-

EU students £3950
Non-EU students £8500

If you apply through UCP then you will be taught in French when spending your semester there. If you wish to be taught in English for the entire duration of the programme then you should apply through the University of Dundee.

You should be able to select an option for the Joint LL.M on UKPASS but if this is not available then please select the International Commercial Law programme and make it clear on the application that you are interested in the Joint LL.M.

If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact me (f.j.clark@dundee.ac.uk).
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LLM99
I have heard that CEPMLP is separate from Law School of University of Dundee.

How would you compare LLM Int. Commercial Law offered by University of Dundee and LLM International Business Law offered by CEPMLP Dundee?

The tuition fees of CEPMLP is £10000 whereas in Dundee Law it is £8500 for non-EU. I guess all graduates will get the same University of Dundee Degree.

What is difference between 2 programmes?

Please guide me.

Thanks,

TM
I have heard that CEPMLP is separate from Law School of University of Dundee.

How would you compare LLM Int. Commercial Law offered by University of Dundee and LLM International Business Law offered by CEPMLP Dundee?

The tuition fees of CEPMLP is £10000 whereas in Dundee Law it is £8500 for non-EU. I guess all graduates will get the same University of Dundee Degree.

What is difference between 2 programmes?

Please guide me.

Thanks,

TM
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fjclark
The School of Law and the CEPMLP are separate entities within the College of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Dundee. Both award Dundee degrees.

The CEPMLP is one of 3 Centres within the Postgraduate School of Management and Policy. It is a graduate school and employs an interdisciplinary approach to teaching, research and consultancy in the field of international business transactions and natural resources and energy law and policy.

The School of Law is focussed exclusively on legal research and legal training both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. All main areas of law are covered within the teaching and research portfolios of academic staff.

Reference must be made to the websites of the School of Law and the Centre to compare the structure, content and organisation of their LLM programmes.

http://www.dundee.ac.uk/law/programmes/pg/taughtmasters/

http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/
The School of Law and the CEPMLP are separate entities within the College of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Dundee. Both award Dundee degrees.

The CEPMLP is one of 3 Centres within the Postgraduate School of Management and Policy. It is a graduate school and employs an interdisciplinary approach to teaching, research and consultancy in the field of international business transactions and natural resources and energy law and policy.

The School of Law is focussed exclusively on legal research and legal training both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. All main areas of law are covered within the teaching and research portfolios of academic staff.

Reference must be made to the websites of the School of Law and the Centre to compare the structure, content and organisation of their LLM programmes.

http://www.dundee.ac.uk/law/programmes/pg/taughtmasters/

http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/
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fjclark
Students applying for University of Dundee accommodation apply each semester and also for the summer period so it will be no problem for the University to accomodate short-term leases.

Further information see their website:-
http://www.dundee.ac.uk/residences/index.php?section=Home

Also, re living in Scotland, this is a good website - will also give you info on working and staying in Scotland once your studies are finished:-
http://www.scotlandistheplace.com/stitp/276.html
Students applying for University of Dundee accommodation apply each semester and also for the summer period so it will be no problem for the University to accomodate short-term leases.

Further information see their website:-
http://www.dundee.ac.uk/residences/index.php?section=Home

Also, re living in Scotland, this is a good website - will also give you info on working and staying in Scotland once your studies are finished:-
http://www.scotlandistheplace.com/stitp/276.html
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ruk21us
I have some question about the program . If I spend the first semester with Cergy-Pontoise University . How long will I spend here for the first semester ? And , when will I start the second with Dundee University ?

About disseertation , when will I start to prepare the dissertation for graduate ?

Thank you for your answer .
I have some question about the program . If I spend the first semester with Cergy-Pontoise University . How long will I spend here for the first semester ? And , when will I start the second with Dundee University ?

About disseertation , when will I start to prepare the dissertation for graduate ?

Thank you for your answer .
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fjclark
The first semester in Cergy will be from September - December 2008. If you spend the second semester with Dundee University, you will start on 19 January 2009. Dissertation preparation commences during the second semester in Dundee. Supervision sessions then take place in June and July.
The first semester in Cergy will be from September - December 2008. If you spend the second semester with Dundee University, you will start on 19 January 2009. Dissertation preparation commences during the second semester in Dundee. Supervision sessions then take place in June and July.
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