Get a two-year LLM in Sustainable Development in just one year
12 January 2018
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has concluded a Memorandum of Agreement with Universita Degli Studi di Milano (UNIMI) whereby suitably qualified students that have completed an LLM in International Economic Law at QMUL may apply to study an LLM in Sustainable Development at UNIMI. This is a two-year LLM worth 120 ECTS.
UNIMI will accept the LLM in International Economic Law at QMUL as contributing 60 ECTS credits towards its LLM in Sustainable Development and on successful completion of an additional 60 ECTS will award the UNIMI LLM in Sustainable Development.
In other words, you will be able to get an additional two-year LLM degree from a top European University in just one year.
If you are currently studying the LLM Sustainable Development at UNIMI and would like to apply for the LLM in International Economic Law at QMUL, you can make your application here.
If you are interested in finding out more, please contact the Academic Director of the LLM in International Economic Law, Dr Gabriel Gari (email@example.com).