The Times Higher Education World University Rankings recently released its university ranking for 2018 and ranked Stockholm University 1st in Sweden for its Law subject and 45th in the world. This makes the University's Faculty of Law a perfect venue for acquiring advanced, high quality legal knowledge, besides the fact that it is located in one of the most dynamic capitals in the world. Based in the National City park of Stockholm, students of the Law School will gain access to first-class legal research and education in an amazing environment.
Currently, Stockholm University Faculty of Law offers three LLM programs, as follows:
- LLM in European Economic Law (EEL)
- LLM in European Intellectual Property Law (EIPL)
- LLM in International Commercial Arbitration Law (ICAL)
All three LLM programs has a duration of 9 months and an intake of August of each year. The EEL degree concentrates on the law of the European Single Market and takes on the interplay between economic and constitutional law. The EIPL focuses on the intellectual property law from the international and pan-European perspectives. Students of EIPL may opt to specialize in copyright and trans-border conflicts, or patents and trade marks. The focus of ICAL is to put theory into practice, with its students having the advantage of being in an international center for arbitration.
Application to the LLM programs has started and will continue until 15 January 2018. It would be to the interest of prospective students of ICAL residing within the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland that tuition fee is free.