European Centres of Academic Excellence
LL.M. Finance Program in English
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!
The Hof University of Applied Sciences was founded in 1994, with a current student body of approximately 2800, enrolment up from previous years. With 67 Professors, the favorable student-lecturer ratio allows for individual academic guidance and attention.
The three faculties offer twelve undergraduate courses, which are taught at two campuses. In addition, there are currently five Master Programmes to choose from, two of which are taught in English, exclusively.
Master Programme Courses:
Software Engineering for Industrial Applications (M.Eng.)
German-Indian Management Studies (M.B.A.)
Supply Chain Management / Logistics (M.B.A.)
Marketing Management (M.B.A.)
Composite Materials (M.Eng.)
Tel.: + 49 (0) 9281 409-0;
International Academic Emphasis:
Asia / India (IT; Software, Economics)
In collaboration with: (BayInd)
The Bavarian-Indian Centre for Business and University Cooperation
Master's degree in HIV
The University of Copenhagen
has launched the first-ever Master's degree in HIV
. This one-year flexible degree programme is for all those with a clinical, public health, or organisational management interest in HIV prevention, treatment and care.
Students are being accepted now for the 2010-2011 academic year, commencing in September.
Courses will include: Research Methodology; Epidemiology, HIV Treatment and Care; Sexual and Reproductive Health; and Policy and Organisational Management. Additionally there will be practical experience in the laboratory and clinical site visits.
Postgraduate short courses
, an excellent alternative for those short of time, are also available for week-long focused courses in HIV Epidemiology, Policy, Treatment and care, and Virology.
For more information about admission criteria and how to apply, please visit www.mhiv.ku.dk
or email: email@example.com
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 NTU has invested £130 million into transforming its 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
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