Oct. 10, 2011
University of Dundee is recruiting for its joint LLM with the University of Toulouse
The School of Law at the University of Dundee is currently recruiting for students for its innovative Joint LLM in Comparative & European Private International Law.
Students of this LLM programme will spend the first two semesters in Dundee with 12 students from the University of Toulouse. The first semester begins with an intensive induction programme, including a reading party, and then students take two private international law modules.
In February 2012 there is a week-long study trip to the University of Passau in Germany.
During the summer, students on the LLM in Comparative & European Private International Law are expected to complete their dissertation in Dundee before going to the South of France for the autumn semester.
Successful students will graduate LLM from Dundee and Master 2 from Toulouse.
For further details about the LLM in Comparative & European Private International Law please contact Professor Peter McEleavy the LLM Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Content added on 10th October 2011.