New program will be taught in Paris and Singapore

The Financial Times has reported that famed business school INSEAD is planning to launch an LL.M. program in 2011. The program will be taught "under the leadership" of Paris 2-Pantheón-Assas, and will be offered in Paris and Singapore, where INSEAD also has a campus.

According to the report, the new, nine-month program will be part of a larger partnership project between INSEAD and Paris 2-Pantheón-Assas called "the Sorbonne University International Law School." The LL.M. will be taught in English.

For more information, see the FT coverage here.

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