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LL.M. Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Law

University Of Zurich - Faculty of Law
Campus Part time 4 semesters August 2017 Switzerland Zurich

Since 20 years the LL.M. Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Law offers a unique and valuable further education for lawyers taking into account the complex legal needs of the global economy wishing to pursue advanced studies. With over 200 years of experience the Faculty of Law at the University of Zurich is known worldwide for the excellence of its faculty and its legal education programs. [+]

LL.Ms in LLM Business Law in Zurich in Switzerland. Since 20 years the LL.M. Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Law offers a unique and valuable further education for lawyers taking into account the complex legal needs of the global economy wishing to pursue advanced studies. With over 200 years of experience the Faculty of Law at the University of Zurich is known worldwide for the excellence of its faculty and its legal education programs. The school’s location, Zurich is the economic capital and most vibrant city of Switzerland and is situated in the heart of Europe allowing students to easily discover the European countries and explore Switzerland’s stunning nature. The ongoing demand and positive feedback from program graduates reflect the attractiveness and practical applicability of this graduate program. The specially designed LL.M. program will entail a highly challenging, practice-related work study program. An international team of lecturers ensures that course subject matter is not limited to national issues, but encompasses a growing body of international business law. Academic modules conducted in the USA, as well as in China and Geneva, contribute to the international nature of the program. The program Among the strength that graduate students find at the University of Zurich are the opportunity to pursue a broad course of study, and the possibility to explore their areas of interest in the Specialization Courses. Students will profit from our LL.M. program specially designed and developed for lawyers working in an international field. The program includes a General Course and a Specialization Courses, comprising approximately 420 lectures. The program is completed with the submission of a thesis. The General Course lectures build the foundation for the subsequent Specialization Course. After an introduction to the economic and legal foundations of the international economy and important foreign areas of law, the emphasis shifts to European and international business (e.g., EU Common Market, Competition Law, WTO, Corporate Law, Tax and Corporate Criminal Law). The aim of this specialization is to acquire the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to carry out M & A processes successfully. Students should be able to analyze and deal with the challenging legal, economic and fiscal problems of M & A transactions. The first module focuses on the basics of M & A transactions, the possible strategies and the management of the deal. Company valuations and accounting are also in the center of this module. The second module deals with the legal aspects of M & A processes. In addition to stock exchange issues, Corporate Acquisition Law, the Law of Takeovers and the Financing of Acquisitions are in focus. Module 1: Basics of M&A Processes Module 2: Legal Issues of M&A Transactions Students who are interested in only taking the Specialization Course can be awarded a Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS). Summary of key points: 4 Semester in German (and English), classes take part Friday in the afternoons and Saturday in the mornings Degree: LL.M. Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Law Application form: www.LLM.uzh.ch Application deadline: Please check our website Application and Eligibility The following requirements must be met for admission to the program of study: Degree in Law at a Master’s level (exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis) Professional experience Good verbal and written knowledge of the teaching languages (German and English). Costs CHF 32,800.– Included in tuition costs are the costs for course materials, examination fees as well as all intensive weekends and certain additional events. Not included are costs for excursions, additional literature and living costs. [-]

LL.M. International Business Law

University Of Zurich - Faculty of Law
Campus Full time Part time 2 - 4 semesters February 2017 Switzerland Zurich + 1 more

For 20 years the LL.M. International Business Law has offered a unique and valuable experience to law graduates from around the world wishing to pursue an executive LL.M. program. With almost 200 years of experience the Faculty of Law of the University of Zurich is known worldwide for the excellence of its faculty and its legal education programs. [+]

For 20 years the LL.M. International Business Law has offered a unique and valuable experience to law graduates from around the world wishing to pursue an executive LL.M. program. With almost 200 years of experience the Faculty of Law of the University of Zurich is known worldwide for the excellence of its faculty and its legal education programs. The school’s location, Zurich, is the economic capital and most vibrant city of Switzerland and is situated in the heart of Europe which allows students to easily discover other European countries and enjoy Switzerland’s spectacular environment. Among the advantages that graduate students find at the University of Zurich are the opportunity to pursue a broad course of study, and the possibility to explore their areas of interest in the Specialization Courses. Students will benefit from our executive LL.M. program specially designed and developed for lawyers working in an international field. The program The executive LL.M. programs of the University of Zurich are offered on a part-time (2 year program, work-based) and full-time base (1 year program, required time of attendance 8 months). The part-time program is aimed at those who are working in Switzerland and are looking for a new challenge. To be admitted to the program you need to have sufficient command of the German language. The full-time program is specially designed for foreign students who wish to complete a postgraduate course within a short time. At the same time these students will benefit of Switzerland’s excellent reputation as well as its unique geographical and economic situation. Note that the lectures will be taught in English only. The LL.M. Programs are comprised of a basic course and a specialization courses. The basic course is composed of 12 modules that include mandatory and elective areas of study. The specialization courses are composed of two modules. The entire course of study is comprised of approximately 420 lectures. In the part-time programs you can choose between the following specializations: - LL.M. in International Banking and Finance Law - LL.M. in International Business Transactions and Technology Transfer - LL.M. in International Litigation and Arbitration - LL.M. in Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Law - LL.M. in International Sports Law The full-time LL.M. programs provide two possibilities of specialization: - LL.M. in International Banking and Finance Law - LL.M. in International Sports Law Option: Students who do not seek a specialized LL.M. Title receive the general title “LL.M. International Economic and Business Law”. Summary of key points Part-time LL.M. Programs Programs • LL.M. International Banking, Finance and Insurance Law • LL.M. International Business Transactions and Technology Transfer • LL.M. International Litigation and Arbitration • LL.M. Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Law • LL.M. International Sports Law Duration of the program 2 years work-based Lectures work-based program (classes take part Friday in the afternoons and Saturday in the mornings) Language of instruction German (and English) Full-time LL.M. Programs Programs • LL.M. International Banking, Finance and Insurance Law • LL.M. International Sports Law Duration of the program 1 year (required time of attendance 8 months) Lectures Full-Time Language of instruction English Application and Eligibility The following requirements must be met for admission to the program of study: - Degree in Law at a Master’s level (exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis) - Professional experience - Good verbal and written knowledge of the teaching languages (German and English) Application form: www.LLM.uzh.ch Application deadline: Please check our website Costs CHF 32,800.– Included in tuition costs are the costs for course materials, examination fees as well as all intensive weekends and certain additional events. Not included are costs for excursions, additional literature and living costs. The Location Switzerland has a great deal to offer: cultural diversity, multilingualism, stunning scenery and, of course, its people. There are now approximately 8.1 million people living in Switzerland, speaking four official languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh. Despite the fact that Switzerland lacks natural resources and that the Swiss economy is highly dependent on exports, its economic situation has been very stable over the years; its GDP per inhabitant is higher than in most industrialized countries. The Swiss population on the whole enjoys a high level of living and Switzerland deserves its reputation of high-quality standards and services in all sectors (health, industry, public transport, education, etc.). Student Life Studying in Zurich means living in Switzerland's vibrant and exciting cultural capital, which is far more than a business and finance center. Known as the "little big city", Zurich offers all the benefits of city life and at the same time an attractive recreation area with its stunningly beautiful lake and nearby mountains. [-]