The Institute for Law and Finance at Goethe University in Frankfurt offers a one-year full-time or two-year part-time program leading to a Master of Laws (LL.M.) Finance degree. The program is conducted entirely in English and overcomes the traditional separation of the academic disciplines of law and business/economics. It teaches aspects of both law and business/economics and focuses on their intersection and interplay. Aimed at students with an undergraduate degree in law, business or economics, as well as an interest in combining theoretical knowledge with practical training in law and international finance, the LL.M. Finance program also incorporates a two-month internship at public and private institutions which support the ILF. Scholarships are available. Since 2014, the ILF also offers a one-year full-time program in English specialized for Asian students leading to a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Finance degree. The curriculum also includes German language and Advanced Business and Legal English courses as well as a Management Training program.
Institute for Law and Finance (ILF)
Goethe University, House of Finance
Tel: 069 - 798-33624