Are you a law student or a lawyer? A Master of Laws (LLM) from the United States may be the ticket to jump-starting your career or taking it to the next level! Meet representatives from US law schools, learn about scholarships, and talk to alumni at this free EducationUSA event in Vienna.
Are you a US university representative interested in reaching students from across central Europe? Our 2016 LLM Fair in Vienna is an opportunity to do just that! Join the second EducationUSA LLM tour in Western Europe. The LLM Tour provides an opportunity for US law schools to meet highly qualified and motivated students. Each tour stop is hosted by EducationUSA advising centers. Cities include Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Oslo, Vienna, Zagreb and Dublin.
To register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2016LLMTour
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Are you an Austrian university representative interested in informing your students about opportunities in the USA? We can send you details about the fair to share with them!
The 2016 LLM Fair is scheduled for November 9; sign up for our LLM mailing list and watch this page for additional details about participating universities and more.
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Participating Law Schools
Cornell Law School (NEW)
Loyola Law School (NEW)
Fulbright Austria cooperated with EducationUSA and partners across Central Europe to publicize this fair, including Fulbright Slovak Republic, Fulbright Hungary, Fulbright Czech Republic and EducationUSA Slovenia. Please contact our partner organizations for additional information about opportunities for local students.
This LLM fair was part of a larger European EducationUSA LLM Tour with stops in Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris and Oslo.
Fulbright Austria promotes mutual understanding, cooperation, and knowledge transfer between Austria and the United States by sponsoring educational and cultural exchange programs for individuals and institutions. We fulfill this mission by managing the prestigious Fulbright scholarship program, coordinating a nation-wide teaching assistantship program that places US college graduates in Austrian secondary schools, and counseling students and institutions of higher education on opportunities to study in the US or Austria as an EducationUSA advising center.
EducationUSA is US Department of State network of over 400 international student advising centers in more than 170 countries. The network promotes US higher education to students around the world by offering accurate, comprehensive, and current information about opportunities to study at accredited postsecondary institutions in the United States.