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Beijing, China 12 Followers 20 Discussions
Peking University PKU

The LL.M. program of Peking University is for international students and legal professionals seeking a comprehensive and systematic understanding of Chinese law from a first class law school. There is a deep focus of the program on Civil and Commercial Law but with offerings on Constitutional Law, Judicial Systems and Chinese Society, students will receive a well-rounded overview of the Chinese legal system. The small class size is a great strength of the program as it allows greater interaction in class discussions and closer supervision of students by a world class faculty. The first year of the program is allotted for coursework and in the second year, students will have internship opportunities and opportunity for independent research in the preparation of a thesis.

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in Chinese Law more

Part-Time: Juris Master more

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Xiamen City, China 2 Followers 0 Discussions
Xiamen

The School of Law at Xiamen University is one of the oldest and most distinguished law schools in China. We offer 3 LLM and 1 PhD programs taught in English which are available for the international students as well as 3 summer law programs every year. In a highly supportive learning environment, you will conduct your studies with an outstanding faculty, internationally renowned for its teaching and research. http://law.xmu.edu.cn/en

Full-Time: LL.M. more

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Beijing, China 25 Followers 12 Discussions
China-EU School of Law Students with international ambitions and an interest in China are heartily welcome to pursue a one-year Master of European and International Law (LL.M.) at the China-EU School of Law (CESL) in Beijing. Initiated by the Chinese government and the European Union, it is integrated into the renowned China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL). Our international faculty teaches a broad spectrum of European and international law as well as a comprehensive introduction to Chinese law. For Chinese speaking students CESL also offers an LL.M. in Chinese Law.

Full-Time: Master of European and International Law (LL.M.) more

Dual Degree: Double Masters of Law more

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Shanghai, China 3 Followers 3 Discussions
Fudan Law Fudan University Law School, established in 1914, is the oldest law school in east and south China. Our LL.M. program in Chinese Business law provides a lot of new opportunities for international students to study law and practice in Shanghai, the largest city and business center of China. Each international student has a law professor as supervisor, and a Chinese law student as language buddy. There are a lot of social events, dinners, parties, visits, and opportunities of scholarship and internship.

Full-Time: LL.M. in Chinese Business Law more

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Beijing, China 8 Followers 15 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. Program in International Arbitration and Dispute Settlement (IADS), LL.M. Program In Chinese Law more

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Beijing, China 5 Followers 8 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. in International Law, LL.M. in Chinese Law more

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Shenzhen, China 7 Followers 1 Discussion
Peking University - STL Peking University School of Transnational Law is China's most innovative law school in China's most innovative city. The LL.M. (Master of Laws) English-language program in transnational, Chinese, and Western law is taught by expert faculty and, with its close proximity to Hong Kong, offers students the opportunity to study in the world’s fastest growing transnational economy and in the only metropolitan area where the world’s great legal systems are meeting and merging in ways likely to influence the next century of transborder conduct.

Full-Time: General LL.M. more

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Beijing, China 2 Followers 7 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in Chinese Law, Master of Laws in cooperation with City University of Hong Kong (Chinese) more

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