LLM Programs in Germany
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
Full-Time: Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL), LL.M. in German and European Business Law more
Full-Time: LL.M. in European and International Law more
Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.) Rechtswissenschaft für im Ausland graduierte Juristinnen und Juristen - LL.M. for lawyers with a foreign law degree,... more
Part-Time: Unternehmenssteuerrecht (LL.M.) - Corporate Tax Law (LL.M.) more
Dual Degree: Deutsches und Türkisches Wirtschaftsrecht (LL.M.) - German and Turkish Business Law (LL.M.), Deutsch-Französische Rechtswissenschaften (LL.M... more
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