Antwerp, Glasgow, Jagiellonian, and Toulouse start program in September
According to the network, the new program is designed for students "wishing to engage in advanced legal research on the rights and responsibilities of companies in a global context."
The subject matter will be global in scope, but will give "ample attention" to the "European dimension of the subject."
Students will take classes in Antwerp, Belgium during the first semester, and will choose one of the partner universities as a second-semester destination, depending on the topic of their master thesis.
For more information, please visit the program website.
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