European Centres of Academic Excellence
The Institute for Law and Finance (ILF) at Goethe University offers a one-year postgraduate program leading to a Master of Laws in 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 curriculum is interdisciplinary, with emphasis on the EU and the US. The ILF faculty comprises leading academics and experienced practitioners from Europe’s financial world e.g. law firms, banks, central banks, regulatory authorities and the European Central Bank.
The ILF located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, the major financial center in Europe, provides the ideal location to train professionals to deal with current and future legal and financial challenges. It would indeed be the perfect location to enhance your career to the next level or upgrade your knowledge during a sabbatical!
Can you afford to miss this ADVANTAGE?
About to graduate? Looking to retrain or continue your professional development? With revised tuition fees for UK and EU students looking to study full-time (on-campus), postgraduate study at Aberdeen Business School has never been so affordable!
Our courses are nationally accredited and recognised so you can be confident that you will gain a true career ADVANTAGE.
We offer courses in a variety of disciplines including Business, Information and Fashion Management, Finance, Law, Energy, Communication, Marketing and Tourism. Most of these start in both September and January with flexible study options available, including part-time and distance-learning.
There has never been a better time to embark upon postgraduate study!
M. Eng. ’Software Engineering for Embedded Systems’ near the job
Starting at winter semester 2011/2012, the University of Kaiserslautern and the Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering will offer a postgraduate distance learning course ’Software Engineering for Embedded Systems’, which engineers can take without giving up their jobs.
The four-semester continuing education program, which concludes with a Master’s degree by the University of Kaiserslautern, addresses (information systems) computer scientists, engineers such as mechanical engineers or electrical engineers, but also mathematicians and physicians who want to expand their qualification profiles with skills in software development and knowledge about new technologies. Graduates of industrial engineering/business studies & economics may only enroll in the ‘management’ track. Engineers must have been working in software development for at least two years.
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