German-language program offered by Berlin's FU and Moscow's MGIMO

Berlin's Freie Universität (FU) and the Moscow State Institute of International Relations University (MGIMO) will jointly offer a new German and European Business and Administration Law LL.M. program in Moscow starting in October.
 
The one-year, German-language program will provide an overview of German private and public law, and its relationship with international and European law. According to the schools, graduates will gain a comparative perspective on legal systems, and will learn strategies for addressing legal issues with cross-border implications.
 
The tuition for the full-time program is EUR 8,000.
 
For more information, please visit the FU-MGIMO LL.M. program website (in German).
 

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