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LL.M. International Finance Program at ILF

Key facts

  • LL.M. International Finance Degree is conferred by Goethe University Frankfurt
  • For graduates from Asia holding a first degree in law, business or economics
  • Program language is English
  • From October to July the following year

Why study at ILF, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main?

  • An interdisciplinary curriculum with excellent law and business / finance courses
  • Top lecturers consisting of leading professors from Goethe University and experts from the professional world
  • A location in Frankfurt, the financial center of continental Europe
  • Increased interaction with ILF international students via combined courses with them
  • Advanced Business and Legal English and basic German language courses
  • Exclusive and intensive Legal and Management Training program during semester breaks
  • Organized student excursions (e.g. Basketball Game, ECB, Field Trips, Germany Stock Exchange)

Tuition fees

  • 15,300 EUR (15% scholarship) if applications received by 15 January
  • 16,200 EUR (10% scholarship) if applications received by 28 February
  • 18,000 EUR (full tuition) if applications received from 1 March onwards

Application deadline

  • 15 May: Countries where APS certificates are required (i.e. Mongolia, P.R.China and Vietnam)
  • 1 July: All other Asian Countries

For more information, see www.ilf-frankfurt.de/llm-programs/llm-international-finance/highlights/

Apply now to LLMint@ilf.uni-frankfurt.de!

Additional information

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  • Regional Office New Delhi

    Address: c/o DLTA Complex, R.K. Khanna Stadium, 1 Africa Avenue
    110029 New Delhi

    Telephone: +91 (11) 6646-5500

    Fax: +91 (11) 6646-5555

    E-Mail:

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