Three million in funding for Chile-based Heidelberg Center for Latin America

The Santiago, Chile-based Heidelberg Center for Latin America, which has offered an "LL.M. in International Law - Investments, Trade, and Arbitration" since 2004, has received three million dollars in funding from the German government to expand the postgraduate and continuing education offerings in Chile and Latin America.

Heidelberg University is Germany's oldest university.

For more information, please visit the Heidelberg Center for Latin America website or their full LLM GUIDE directory listing.

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