LLM in banking and Finance/business finance


ashishb

I am graduate from India with 2 years experience. Please suggest universities for banking and finance/ business finance. confused!!

I am graduate from India with 2 years experience. Please suggest universities for banking and finance/ business finance. confused!!
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RPFUGB

I am graduate from India with 2 years experience. Please suggest universities for banking and finance/ business finance. confused!!


there are different ways of approaching that one...

You can look for Unies that have great specialized programs...
- GULC of course
- Fordham
- Boston University

You can also look at Unies that haven't got a specialized program but do have a great reputation in the field of Corporate and Financial law (and regulation):
- Upenn
- Chicago

<blockquote>I am graduate from India with 2 years experience. Please suggest universities for banking and finance/ business finance. confused!!</blockquote>

there are different ways of approaching that one...

You can look for Unies that have great specialized programs...
- GULC of course
- Fordham
- Boston University

You can also look at Unies that haven't got a specialized program but do have a great reputation in the field of Corporate and Financial law (and regulation):
- Upenn
- Chicago
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mikado

I am graduate from India with 2 years experience. Please suggest universities for banking and finance/ business finance. confused!!


there are different ways of approaching that one...

You can look for Unies that have great specialized programs...
- GULC of course
- Fordham
- Boston University

You can also look at Unies that haven't got a specialized program but do have a great reputation in the field of Corporate and Financial law (and regulation):
- Upenn
- Chicago


I'd think of UPenn and Chicago first. At least if not more stronger in the areas mentioned and (way?) more prestigious.

<blockquote><blockquote>I am graduate from India with 2 years experience. Please suggest universities for banking and finance/ business finance. confused!!</blockquote>

there are different ways of approaching that one...

You can look for Unies that have great specialized programs...
- GULC of course
- Fordham
- Boston University

You can also look at Unies that haven't got a specialized program but do have a great reputation in the field of Corporate and Financial law (and regulation):
- Upenn
- Chicago</blockquote>

I'd think of UPenn and Chicago first. At least if not more stronger in the areas mentioned and (way?) more prestigious.
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ashishb

Thank you....i shall check the above recommended universities. thanks once again!

Thank you....i shall check the above recommended universities. thanks once again!
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gabi

I'd go for Columbia.

I'd go for Columbia.
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C_Lawyer

I'd think of UPenn and Chicago first. At least if not more stronger in the areas mentioned and (way?) more prestigious.


I'm not that sure about it. Boston's Program dates back 80's and it has a strong reputation in banking law.

However, if you are not that interested in banking law but rather a corporate law program having a business approach, I would agree wth mikado.

<blockquote>I'd think of UPenn and Chicago first. At least if not more stronger in the areas mentioned and (way?) more prestigious.</blockquote>

I'm not that sure about it. Boston's Program dates back 80's and it has a strong reputation in banking law.

However, if you are not that interested in banking law but rather a corporate law program having a business approach, I would agree wth mikado.
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mikado

I'd think of UPenn and Chicago first. At least if not more stronger in the areas mentioned and (way?) more prestigious.


I'm not that sure about it. Boston's Program dates back 80's and it has a strong reputation in banking law.

However, if you are not that interested in banking law but rather a corporate law program having a business approach, I would agree wth mikado.


I'd still go for the "usual suspects" Columbia, Chicago, Penn, NYU etc. first and then very good specialized programs.
I think an LLM is as much about what you will learn than putting a name on your CV and sitting the bar.

Whatever you do, wherever you work, Harvard, CLS etc. will always be a plus.

<blockquote><blockquote>I'd think of UPenn and Chicago first. At least if not more stronger in the areas mentioned and (way?) more prestigious.</blockquote>

I'm not that sure about it. Boston's Program dates back 80's and it has a strong reputation in banking law.

However, if you are not that interested in banking law but rather a corporate law program having a business approach, I would agree wth mikado.</blockquote>

I'd still go for the "usual suspects" Columbia, Chicago, Penn, NYU etc. first and then very good specialized programs.
I think an LLM is as much about what you will learn than putting a name on your CV and sitting the bar.

Whatever you do, wherever you work, Harvard, CLS etc. will always be a plus.
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