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Students who participate in the EMLE programme will receive an official degree from every partner university they have spent a term (LL.M. titles or master titles equivalent to an LL.M.), with the exception of students that attended the Universities of Rotterdam, Ghent and/or the University of Hamburg. Students that went to any of these three EMLE partners will receive a Joint Degree (LL.M. “European Master in Law and Econmics’) in addition to an official degree from any of the other universities they have spent at least one term at. All of these degrees will bear the Erasmus Mundus:Erasmus+ label and are officially recognized in all countries involved. This means that students will receive at least one Joint Degree and probably also an additional degree from the EMLE program, depending on their allocation.


 

List of Degrees Awarded by the Partner Universities:
(as of October 2009)


Aix-en-Provence

Master in Business, Law and Economics

 

Bologna
Master universitario di I livello
 

Ghent
European Master of Laws in Law and Economics

Haifa
Master of Law

 

Hamburg
European Master in Law and Economics (LL.M.)

 

Mumbai
Master of Science in Law and Economics


Rotterdam
European Master in Law and Economics (LL.M)


Vienna
Master of Arts (European Master of Law and Economics)

Warsaw
Master of Arts in Law and Economics

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Students Voices

Helena Khorrami Jahromi

 

"To feel how international and interdisciplinary law can be, to be able to both predict and examine the economic and political effects of legislative as well as judicial decisions and to try out the economical way of thinking to explain people’s behavior in a variety of different situations - that is how EMLE broadened my academic horizon.

However, EMLE taught me maybe even more on a personal level by setting the conditions for wonderful times with wonderful people from various places and backgrounds. I have found good friends who showed me their view of the world, and with whom I am happy to share EMLE travel experiences.

All in all I am fond of this year and of its surely long-lasting influence on my life."

 

Helena Khorrami Jahromi