European Centres of Academic Excellence
LL.M. Finance Program in English
The Institute for Law and Finance (ILF)
at Goethe University
in Frankfurt am Main offers a unique one-year postgraduate program leading to a Master of Laws in Finance (LL.M. Finance)
. All courses are conducted in English.
The program is aimed at students with a prior degree in law or business/economics and who wish to combine theoretical knowledge with practical training in law and international finance. The program builds on the role of Frankfurt as a leading banking, central banking and financial center of the European Union.
The curriculum is interdisciplinary, covering all aspects of international financial law
with emphasis on the EU and the US, along with parallel developments in the field of international finance. The ILF faculty consists of both leading academics as well as experienced practitioners from Europe’s financial world e.g. leading law firms, banks, central banks, regulatory authorities and the European Central Bank.
Founded in 1979, Nottingham Business School
has grown to be one of the UK's largest full-service business schools
. As well as having over 5,000 students enrolled on our courses, we also enjoy links with over 800 companies and 50 academic institutions across 40 different countries.
Since 2004 we have invested £130 million into transforming our campuses and students can now benefit from a state-of-the-art learning environment with ten new lecture theatres, new teaching facilities, seminar and syndicate rooms, computing facilities equipped with the latest technology and an extensive, fully wireless-enabled social space to meet, study, work and relax.
Our open events
are an excellent opportunity for you to find out more about Nottingham Business School
. If you’re unable to attend visit our Virtual Open day
B.A. Programme in Value Studies
European College of Liberal Arts (ECLA) invites applications for the academic year 2010/2011.
ECLA is a private, non-profit institution of higher education in Berlin, Germany. It's a college without departments, dedicated to the study of values. Students are taught in small classes and one-to-one tutorials by a select faculty from disciplines like philosophy, literature, political theory, art history, and film theory. Academic programmes include one-year programmes for undergraduates and recent graduates, and a B.A. Programme in Value Studies
. Philanthropic grants allow the college to have a need-blind admission policy.
Students and faculty come from all over the world and work together in English. They share the facilities of a small residential campus and the cultural riches of one of the most vibrant capitals in Europe.
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