Course begins September 2008; application deadline is May 1

Maastricht University and Warwick Law School will launch a new "EU Law in World Economy" LL.M. program in September 2008. 

The program aims "to address, on one hand, the global challenges that increasingly determine the development of EU law and, on the other, the specific responses and contributions EU law makes in regulating the world economy."

Graduates with a degree in law, or related subjects, such as economics, political science, or international relations are invited to apply.

The course is taught in English. Students spend the fall term in Maastricht and the spring term at Warwick (in Coventry, UK).

The application deadline is May 1, 2008.

For more information, please visit the program website.

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