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LLM Programs in Europe

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01.
Leiden, Netherlands 358 Followers 373 Discussions
Leiden University (founded in 1575) is the oldest University in the Netherlands. The Faculty of Law, with over 300 full-time teaching staff, is one of the largest in the country. It enjoys an international reputation in a number of fields and now offers various long- and short term Programmes in English available for Study Abroad and Exchange students. Leiden is close to The Hague, which is the Dutch political and administrative centre and the legal capital of the world (hosting the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Tribunal, and the Iran-US Claims Tribunal).

Full-Time: LL.M., LL.M. Advanced Studies in Air and Space Law, LL.M. Advanced Studies in European and International Business Law, LL.M. Advanced Studie... more

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Amsterdam, Netherlands 206 Followers 124 Discussions
Amsterdam

The Amsterdam Law School of the Faculty of Law of the Universiteit van Amsterdam has a long standing tradition of offering English taught LL.M. programmes. The programmes draw students from all over the world, which brings a truly international atmosphere to the Law School. The LL.M. programmes are designed to qualify their graduates for international careers in European and international institutions, international business, law firms, government departments and nongovernmental organizations.

Full-Time: Master's European Private Law (LLM), Master's International Criminal Law (LLM), Master's International and European Law: European Competitio... more

Part-Time: Master's European Private Law (LLM), Master's International and European Law: European Competition Law and Regulation (LLM) (track), Master'... more

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Stockholm, Sweden 127 Followers 96 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M) in International Commercial Arbitration, Master of Laws (LL.M) in European Intellectual Property, Master of Laws (LL.M... more

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Paris, France 50 Followers 11 Discussions

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

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Maastricht, Netherlands 152 Followers 155 Discussions
Maastricht University The common feature of the English masters programmes is their innovative character. They all aim at the integration of European and international features in the study of the law. This international approach is to a great extent combined with an emphasis upon comparative law. For those seeking to work in a transnational environment and with an open eye to ‘Europeanisation’ and globalisation, the faculty of law is the place to be. The masters in this field are closely linked to the emphasis in the faculty research: the faculty staff is particularly strong in the areas covered by the English taught masters.

Full-Time: General LL.M., Advanced Master in Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management (LLM/MSc), LL.M. in Dutch Law, LL.M. in Forensics, Crim... more

Dual Degree: LL.M. in International and European Tax Law: American Specialisation more

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Munich, Germany 32 Followers 14 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.) in German law for foreign lawyers, Master of Laws (LL.M. Eur.) in European and International Business Law more

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Frankfurt am Main, Germany 135 Followers 91 Discussions
ILF

The ILF offers one of the few programs in Europe with a truly international, rather than national or EU focus, for study of law and finance. All teaching is in English. The interdisciplinary curriculum combines lectures and seminars in law, business and economics. The ILF is based on an effective public-private partnership concept, with active participation of leading international law practitioners, finance and banking specialists as well as officials of the ECB, German Bundesbank and other bodies. The one-year program is aimed at graduates with first degrees in law, business or economics.

Full-Time: LL.M. in Finance, LL.M. in International Finance more

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Berlin, Germany 86 Followers 29 Discussions
Situated in the biggest city and capitol of Germany, Freie Universität Berlin is Germany's top research and international network university and member of the “excellence cluster” of the Ministry of Education and Research. The MBL's highly estimated international scholars, its blended-learning concept and additional Research Seminars and Tutorials create a unique learning environment to study Competition, Business and Regulatory Law in connection with cutting-edge sectors such as telco, IP and energy industries. A vibrant city and student life complete the programme.

Full-Time: Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL), LL.M. in German and European Business Law more

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