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What our LL.M. students say:

"The LLM programme in European Business Law imparts a broad knowledge about the key areas of European business law. The course is mainly taught by highly competent lectures who are mostly practitioners. Therefore, the theoretic study-units are also enriched by practical examples from lecturers’ professional experience. In addition, students are not only expanding their knowledge about European law, but also learning about different jurisdictions and legal traditions from other students who come from all over Europe. It was a pleasure studying at the UM!" Fabian Eckstein (Germany) - graduating November 2017


"Reading for an LL.M. in European and Comparative Law has proven an invaluable contribution to my career. It has given me practical, knowledge based insight that is extremely useful to stand out from the crowd and get a job.  It was love for EU law that encouraged me to enroll in a postgraduate degree and I definitely enjoyed it to the full.  The level of knowledge imparted through seminars and the participation in class are what truly contributed to my good experience. Students are really trained to master the subject through a successful blend of academic excellence and hands-on experience.  A great investment indeed!" Vincienne Pace (Malta) - graduated November 2014


"The Master's programme in European and Comparative Law is a great opportunity to acquire a comprehensive understanding of EU Law. The programme is mostly based on individual research however presentations and engaging discussions are also given by the lecturers who are experts in their subject area. The Masters complemented my degree in Law and opened up a new horizon of my career opportunities. I have enjoyed my studies at University of Malta and found them really interesting and useful." Migle Virbaliate  (Lithuania) - graduated November 2014


"Studying at the University of Malta was very interesting and I learnt a lot about European relations. The lecturers within whom I had contact were very qualified. The programme itself is a really useful enrichment for my day to day business as a company lawyer based in Germany. I can highly recommend this course and the University of Malta!" Bjorn  Kiesrau  (Germany) - graduated November 2011


"The LL.M. serves as an ideal foundation for any students and graduates seeking to delve further into European Union law. The programme provides, among other things, a general outline on the mechanics that work at EU level and also sheds light on their interplay and effects on Member State legislation and policies. In my work experience, I have found the course to be beneficial not only in terms of European Union law per se, but also in everyday matters and transactions, many of which are, more often than not, interrelated with the subject-matter of this LL.M." Robert Radmilli (Malta) - graduated November 2006


"The LL.M. has really helped me to achieve a broad perspective of European law. The content thereof was very detailed and interesting and the tutors really gave their best. It was a wonderful programme, of which I have taken a lot and have on several occasions implemented it in my career. I hope that other colleagues will have the same opportunity that I had to do this course.” Veronica Grixti (Malta) – graduated November 2005 

"The LL.M. in European and Comparative Law provides a comprehensive overview of primary and secondary EU law in a variety of areas, whilst offering invaluable insight into the Court of Justice’s landmark jurisprudence and contemporary academic discourse thereon. Extensive research and critical thinking are strongly encouraged by the programme’s tutors, as is active participation in class discussions. 
Pursuing this LL.M. has provided much of the background knowledge and informational tools which have proved indispensable to my work as Agent for Malta before the Court of Justice of the EU." Andria Buhagiar (Malta) - graduated November 2004


Last Updated: 16 October 2017

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