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Due to limited time capacities, the EMLE staff cannot provide individual feedback on the specific reasons for a declined application.

 

All applicants are assessed according to the following admission criteria:


1. 40% - Quality of the university career (including duration, number and quality of the degrees obtained, academic credentials and academic performance)


2. 25% - Quality of motivation letter


3. 25% - Affinity to previous studies in law and economics


4. 10% - Letters of recommendation


Declined applicants are welcome to re-apply for the following academic year.

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lucas seabra

 

"The EMLE year was un unforgettable experience. Academically, it expanded my understanding of law and economics by offering a unique aproach to a broad range of legal issues using economic reasoning and public policy analysis. Personally, the privilege of earning a master's degree in different countries with a diverse group of students provided an interesting cultural opportunity to widen our horizons about the world."

Lucas Ataydes Leite Seabra
(Brazilian)

[EMLE Student 2009/2010]