Masters of Laws in European Banking, Securities and Finance begins in October

 

The Institute of Law and Finance in Frankfurt, Germany will be launching a new LL.M. Finance Europe (Masters of Laws in European Banking, Securities and Finance) in October 2013. The new program is designed for students from the People's Republic of China with first degrees in law, business, or economics. 
 
The program will be offered solely in English, and teaching takes place from October to July. A master's thesis is also required. 
 
Applications will be considered on a "rolling basis" until June 30.
 
For more information, please visit the program website or the ILF's full LLM GUIDE directory profile

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