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LLM Programs in Germany

LLM Programs in Germany

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Frankfurt am Main, Germany 168 Followers 100 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 in law, business and economics. The ILF is based on an effective public-private partnership with active participation of leading international law practitioners, finance and banking specialists as well as officials of the ECB, German Bundesbank etc.

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

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Berlin, Germany 133 Followers 58 Discussions
FU Berlin Situated in thecapital 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.

Full-Time: Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL) more…

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Saarbrücken, Germany 136 Followers 74 Discussions
Europa-Institut The Europa-Institut offers a one-year Master's program (Master of Laws, LL.M.) in European and international law with possible specializations in European Economic Law, Foreign Trade and Investment, International Dispute Resolution, European and International Protection of Human Rights and IT Law. Each year, 75 students from all over the world come to the Europa-Institut, where highly qualified lecturers prepare them for the specific demands of the European and international job market.

Full-Time: LL.M. in European and International Law more…

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Hamburg, Germany 79 Followers 44 Discussions
Bucerius Obtain your graduate degree at Germany's top-ranked law school! Bucerius Law School offers a 1-year graduate degree for young professionals: The Bucerius Master of Law and Business in cooperation with WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management. It is an interdisciplinary and international program for young professionals from various academic and cultural backgrounds and offers two possible degrees: a Master of Law and Business (MLB) and a Master of Laws (LLM).

Full-Time: Master of Law and Business (LL.M. / MLB) more…

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Munich, Germany 43 Followers 15 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. in German Law, LL.M. in European and International Economic Law more…

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Göttingen, Germany 7 Followers 0 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. for Foreign Lawyers, LL.M. in European and Transnational Law of Intellectual Property and Information Technology more…

Dual Degree: LL.M. / MA in Chinese Law and Comparative Law more…

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Cologne, Germany 34 Followers 13 Discussions

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…

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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Berlin, Germany 68 Followers 27 Discussions

Full-Time: Deutsches und Europäisches Recht und Rechtspraxis (LL.M.), Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Intellectual Property Law and Media Law, LL.M. in Inter... more…

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