Four programs offered from January 2013; partnerships with EFB and SciencesPo

From January 2013, Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) will offer four LL.M. programs in Paris: the LL.M. in Banking and Finance Law, LL.M. in International Business Law, LL.M. in International Dispute Resolution and Economic Law, and the LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law.

The new programs will be taught at the University of London Institute in central Paris, by faculty of Queen Mary’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS).

The programs will have two intakes – January (spring term) and September (autumn term) – and can be taken on a full- or part-time basis. Tuition for the programs will cost the same as QMUL's London LL.M. programs: full-time programs will cost £15,000 for non-European Union students and £9,500 for students from the EU.

Applications are expected to be available from mid-July.

QMUL has also announced partnerships with the Paris Bar School (EFB) and SciencesPo Law School. Students at EFB will be allowed to validate the LL.M. as part of their training (PPI). Meanwhile, students of the QMUL Paris LL.M. will be allowed to participate in selected courses and seminars of SciencesPo Law School, and vice versa.

For more information, please visit the QMUL LL.M. in Paris program website.

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