One-year will offer courses in both Japanese and English

This year, Kyushu University Faculty of Law in Fukuoka, Japan is introducing a new bilingual LL.M. program (BiP). The one-year, full-time program will offer a flexible curriculum in both Japanese and English.

The course begins in October 2009. Applications are due on May 31.

Kyushu University also offers two other English-language LL.M. programs: an International Economic & Business Law and the Young Leaders Program, as well as a Master of Laws in Comparative Studies of Politics & Administration in Asia.

For more information, please visit the Kyushu University Faculty of Law website.

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