New opportunities to study in Mumbai and Warsaw

The European Master in Law & Economics (EMLE) program will change its location offerings as of the 2010-2011 academic year. The University of Manchester, Stockholm University, and the Universidad Complutense de Madrid will no longer participate in the consortium, while the Warsaw School of Economics (Poland) and the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (Mumbai, India) will join the network.

The University of Haifa, currently EMLE's non-European partner university, will become a full consortium member.

The EMLE is a one-year LL.M. program offered jointly by nine universities. The first trimester can be spent in Hamburg (Germany), Rotterdam (Netherlands) or Bologna (Italy); the second trimester in Hamburg, Ghent (Belgium) or Bologna; the third trimester in either Aix-en-Provence (France), Bologna, Haifa (Israel), Hamburg, Bombay (India), Warsaw (Poland), Rotterdam or Vienna (Austria).

For more information about the EMLE program, please visit the program website or one of the directory listings below.

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