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INDEXS, :

Alle Hochschulen in der BRD.
Baden-Wrttemberg Bayern
Berlin Brandenburg
Bremen Hamburg
Hessen Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Niedersachsen Nordrhein-Westfalen
Rheinland-Pfalz Saarland
Sachsen Sachsen-Anhalt
Schleswig-Holstein Thringen

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Baden-Wrttemberg
5. FH Aalen
6. FH Albstadt-Sigmaringen
7. FH Biberach, Hochschule fr Bauwesen und Wirtschaft
8. FHS Esslingen, Hochschule fr Sozialwesen
9. FHT Esslingen, Hochschule fr Technik
10. FHSR Freiburg i.B., Evangelische FH Freiburg. Hochschule fr soziale Arbeit, Diakonie und Religionspdagogik. Evangelische
Landeskirche in Baden
11. HfM Freiburg, Staatliche Hochschule fr Musik Freiburg
12. KFH Freiburg,
nichtstaatliche Katholische FH fr Sozialwesen und
Religionspdagogik, Freiburg i. Br., Gemeinntzige GmbH
13. PH Freiburg (Uni Freiburg)
14. Uni Freiburg, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitt Freiburg
15. FH Furtwangen, Hochschule fr Technik
16. FH Heidelberg,
nichtstaatliche FH der Stiftung Rehabilitation. Stiftung
Rehabilitation Heidelberg
17. HJS Heidelberg,
nichtstaatliche Hochschule fr Jdische Studien. Zentralrat der
Juden in Deutschland
18. HSK Heidelberg, Hochschule fr Kirchenmusik der Ev. Landeskirche
19. PH Heidelberg (Uni Heidelberg)
20. Uni Heidelberg, Ruprecht-Karls-Universitt
21. BA Heidenheim, Berufsakademie
22. FH Heilbronn
23. Uni Hohenheim
24. FH Isny, nichtstaatliche Naturwiss.-Technische Akademie Prof.
Dr. Grbler. Gemeinntzige GmbH
25. ABK Karlsruhe, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Knste
26. BA Karlsruhe, Berufsakademie
27. FH Karlsruhe
28. PH Karlsruhe (Uni Karlsruhe)
29. HfG Karlsruhe Staatliche Hochschule fr Gestaltung
30. HfM Karlsruhe, Staatliche Hochschule fr Musik
31. Uni Karlsruhe (TH)
32. FHV Kehl, FH fr ffentliche Verwaltung
33. FH Konstanz
34. Uni Konstanz
35. FH Lahr/Schwarzwald,
nichtstaatliche Sddeutsche Hochschule fr Berufsttige. AKAD-
Akademikergesellschaft fr Erwachsenenfortbildung mbH, Stuttgart
36. BA Lrrach, Berufsakademie
37. FHV Ludwigsburg, FH fr ffentliche Verwaltung
38. FA Ludwigsburg, Filmakademie Baden-Wrttemberg in Ludwigsburg
39. PH Ludwigsburg
40. BA Mannheim, Berufsakademie
41. FHG Mannheim,
nichtstaatliche Stdtische FH fr Gestaltung. Stadt Mannheim
42. FHS Mannheim, FH fr Sozialwesen
43. FHT Mannheim, Hochschule fr Technik und Gestaltung
44. HfM Mannheim, Staatliche Hochschule fr Musik Heidelberg-
Mannheim
45. Uni Mannheim
46. BA Mosbach, Berufsakademie
47. FH Nrtingen
48. FHK Nrtingen,
nichtstaatliche FH fr Kunsttherapie der Freien Kunstschule.
Freie Kunstschule Nrtingen, Freie Akademie und FH fr
Kunsttherapie, Stiftung des brgerlichen Rechts Nrtingen
49. FH Offenburg
50. FHGTW Pforzheim, Hochschule fr Gestaltung, Technik und
Wirtschaft
51. BA Ravensburg, Berufsakademie
52. EFH Reutlingen,
nichtstaatliche Evangelische FH fr Sozialwesen. Evangelischer
Verein fr sozialberufliche Ausbildung e.V. Stuttgart
53. FH Reutlingen, FH fr Technik und Wirtschaft
54. FH Rottenburg, FH fr Forstwirtschaft
55. FHG Schwbisch-Gmnd, FH fr Gestaltung (irgendwann)
56. PH Schwbisch-Gmnd
57. ABK Stuttgart, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Knste
58. BA Stuttgart, Berufsakademie
59. HBI Stuttgart, FH fr Bibliotheks- und Informationswesen
60. FHD Stuttgart, FH fr Druck
61. FHT Stuttgart, FH fr Technik
62. Merz Akademie Stuttgart, nichtstaatliche FH fr Gestaltung. Merz-
Akademie, Gemeinntzige GmbH
63. HfM Stuttgart, Staatliche Hochschule fr Musik und Darstellende
Kunst
64. Uni Stuttgart
65. HfM Trossingen, Staatliche Hochschule fr Musik
66. Uni Tbingen, Eberhard-Karls-Universitt
67. FH Ulm, Hochschule fr Technik
68. Uni Ulm
69. FHV Villingen-Schwenningen
70. H Wilheim-Bierbronnen,
nichtstaatliche Hochschule. Gustav-Siewerth-Haus GmbH
71. FH Ravensburg-Weingarten, Hochschule fr Technik und Sozialwesen
72. PH Weingarten
73. BelW Hochschulnetz (de)
Bayern
74. FH Augsburg
75. Uni Augsburg
76. Uni Bamberg, Otto-Friedrich-Universitt
77. Uni Bayreuth
78. PTH Benediktbeuern,
nichtstaatliche Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule der
Salesianer Don Boscos. Deutsche Provinz der Salesianer Don
Boscos, Krperschaft des ffentlichen Rechts mit Sitz in Mnchen
79. FH Coburg
80. FH Deggendorf
81. Uni Eichsttt,
nichtstaatliche Katholische Universitt. Kirchliche Stiftung des ffentlichen Rechts
82. Uni Erlangen-Nrnberg, Friedrich-Alexander Universitt
83. FH Hof
84. FH Ingolstadt
85. FH Kempten - Neu-Ulm
86. FH Landshut, Hochschule fr Wirtschaft-Sozialwesen-Technik
87. ABK Mnchen, Akademie der Bildenden Knste
88. FH Mnchen
89. HFF Mnchen, Hochschule fr Fernsehen und Film
90. HfM Mnchen, Hochschule fr Musik
91. HfPh Mnchen, nichtstaatliche Hochschule fr Philosophie.
Oberdeutsche Provinz des Jesuitenordens
92. KFH Mnchen,
nichtstaatliche Katholische Stiftungsfachhochschule. "Kath.
Bildungssttte fr Sozialberufe in Bayern", Kirchliche Stiftung des ffentlichen Rechts.
93. Uni Mnchen, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt
94. UBw Mnchen, Universitt der Bundeswehr
95. TU Mnchen
96. UFU Mnchen,
nichtstaatliche Ukrainische Freie Universtitt. Arbeits- und
Frderungsgesellschaft der Ukrainischen Wissenschaften e.V.,
Mnchen
97. KH Neuendettelsau (Augustana-Hochschule),
nichtstaatliche Theologische Hochschule. Evangelisch-Lutherische
Kirche in Bayern
98. ABK Nrnberg, Akademie der Bildenden Knste
99. EFH Nrnberg, nichtstaatliche Evangelische FH.
100. FH Nrnberg, Georg-Simon-Ohm-Fachhochschule
101. Uni Passau
102. FH Regensburg
103. Uni Regensburg
104. FH Rosenheim
105. FH Schweinfurt
106. KH Untermerzbach,
nichtstaatliche Philosophische Hochschule der Gesellschaft des
Katholischen Apostolates (Pallottiner). Sddeutsche
Pallottinerprovinz, Krperschaft des ffentlichen Rechts
107. FH Weihenstephan, in Freising
108. FH Wrzburg
109. HfM Wrzburg, Hochschule fr Musik
110. Uni Wrzburg, Bayrische Julius-Maximilians-Universitt
111. FH Wrzburg-Schweinfurt-Aschaffenburg
Berlin
112. ASFH Berlin, FH fr Sozialarbeit und Sozialpdagogik "Alice
Salomon"
113. BA Berlin, Berufsakademie
114. EFH Berlin, nichtstaatliche Evangelische FH fr Sozialarbeit und
Sozialpdagogik. Evangelische Kirche Berlin-Brandenburg
115. Europische Wirtschaftshochschule EAP,
nichtstaatliche Hochschule. Chambre de Commerce et dIndustrie de Paris (CCIP) e.V. Berlin
116. FHBund, FH des Bundes fr ffentliche Verwaltung / Fachbereich
Sozialversicherung bei der Bundesversicherungsanstalt fr
Angestellte (BfA)
117. FH Telekom, Deutsche Telekom AG
118. FHTW Berlin, FH fr Technik und Wirtschaft
119. FHVR Berlin, FH fr Verwaltung und Rechtspflege
120. FHW Berlin, FH fr Wirtschaft (FU Berlin)
121. FU Berlin, Freie Universitt
122. HdK Berlin, Hochschule der Knste
123. HfM Berlin, Hochschule fr Musik "Hanns Eisler"
124. HfS Berlin, Hochschule fr Schauspielkunst "Ernst Busch" Berlin
125. HU Berlin, Humboldt-Universitt
126. KFH Berlin,
nichtstaatliche Katholische FH fr Sozialwesen. Bistum Berlin
127. KH Berlin, Kunsthochschule Berlin (Weiensee) / Hochschule fr
Gestaltung
128. TFH Berlin, Technische FH
129. TU Berlin, Technische Universitt
Brandenburg
130. FH Brandenburg
131. TU Cottbus
132. FH Eberswalde
133. EU Frankfurt/O, Europa-Universitt Viadrina
134. FH Lausitz, in Senftenberg und Cottbus
135. FH Potsdam
136. HFF Potsdam, FH fr Film und Fernsehen "Konrad Wolf"
137. Uni Potsdam
138. TFH Wildau, Technische FH
Bremen
139. Hochschule Bremen, FH
140. HfK Bremen, Hochschule fr Knste
141. Uni Bremen
142. FH Bremerhaven
Hamburg
143. EFH Hamburg,
nichtstaatliche Evangelische FH fr Sozialpdagogik der
Diakonenanstalt des Rauhen Hauses Hamburg. Rechtsfhige Stiftung
"Diakonenanstalt des Rauhen Hauses"
144. FH Hamburg
145. HbK Hamburg, Hochschule fr Bildende Knste
146. HfM Hamburg, Hochschule fr Musik und Theater Hamburg
147. HWP Hamburg, Hochschule fr Wirtschaft und Politik Hamburg
148. TU Hamburg-Harburg
149. UBw Hamburg, Universitt der Bundeswehr
150. Uni Hamburg
Hessen
151. EFH Darmstadt,
nichtstaatliche Evangelische FH fr Sozialwesen. Kirchliche
Krperschaft des ffentlichen Rechts
152. FH Darmstadt
153. TH Darmstadt Technische Hochschule
154. FH Dieburg, Deutsche Telekom AG
155. FH Frankfurt (irgendwann)
156. HfB Frankfurt, nichtstaatliche Hochschule fr Bankwirtschaft.
Private FH der Bankakademie e.V. Frankfurt
157. HfM Frankfurt, Hochschule fr Musik und Darstellend Kunst
158. PTH Frankfurt nichtstaatliche Philosophisch-Theologische
Hochschule Sankt Georgen. Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule
Sankt Georgen e.V.
159. HbK Frankfurt, Staatliche Hochschule fr Bildende Knste
(Stdelschule)
160. Uni Frankfurt, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitt
161. FH Fulda
162. KH Fulda,
nichtstaatliche Katholische Theologische Fakultt Fulda. Bistum
Fulda
163. FH Gieen-Friedberg
164. Uni Gieen, Justus-Liebig-Universitt
165. Uni GH Kassel
166. Uni Marburg, Philipps-Universitt
167. KH Oberursel, Lutherische Theologische Hochschule. Selbstndige
Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche Hannover
168. EBS Oestrich-Winkel,
Schlo Reichartshausen. Nichtstaatliche Hochschule.
Gemeinntzige GmbH; Mehrheitsgesellschafter: Stiftung zur
Frderung der European Business School
169. HfG Offenbach, Hochschule fr Gestaltung
170. FH Wiesbaden / Geisenheim
171. FHP Wiesbaden,
nichtstaatliche FH Fresenius. Chemieschule Fresenius GmbH, gemeinntzige GmbH
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
172. Uni Greifswald, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universitt
173. FHV Gstrow
174. FH Neubrandenburg
175. HfMT Rostock Hochschule fr Musik und Theater
176. Uni Rostock
177. FH Stralsund
178. FHTWG Wismar, FH fr Technik, Wirtschaft und Gestaltung
Niedersachsen
179. FH Braunschweig/Wolfenbttel
180. HBK Braunschweig, Hochschule fr Bildende Knste
181. TU Braunschweig
182. TU Clausthal
183. FH Emden, FH Ostfriesland
184. Uni Gttingen, Georg-August-Universitt
185. EFH Hannover,
nichtstaatliche Evangelische FH. Evangelisch-Lutherische
Landeskirche Hannover
186. FH Hannover
187. HfM Hannover, Hochschule fr Musik und Theater
188. MeHo Hannover, Medizinische Hochschule
189. TiHo Hannover, Tierrztliche Hochschule
190. Uni Hannover
191. FH Hildesheim/Holzminden, Hochschule fr angewandte Wissenschaft und Kultur
192. Uni Hildesheim
193. FH Lneburg, FH Nordostniedersachsen
194. BA Lingen, Berufsakademie Emsland (com)
195. Uni Lneburg
196. FH Oldenburg
197. Uni Oldenburg, Carl von Ossietzky Universitt
198. FH Osnabrck
199. KFH Osnabrck,
nichtstaatliche Katholische FH Norddeutschland, Kirchliche
Stiftung des ffentlichen Rechts
200. Uni Osnabrck
201. FH Ottersberg,
nichtstaatliche Freie Kunst-Studiensttte Ottersberg.
Vereinigung der Rudolf-Steiner-Arbeits- und Studiensttten fr das soziale Wirken der Kunst e.V., Ottersberg
202. Uni Vechta, Hochschule (de)
203. KFH Vechta,
nichtstaatliche Katholische FH Norddeutschland, Abt. Vechta
204. FH Wilhelmshaven
Nordrhein-Westfalen
205. FH Aachen
206. MHS Aachen, Hochschule fr Musik, Abteilung der MHS Kln
207. RWTH Aachen, Rheinisch-Westflische Technische Hochschule
208. KH Alfter, (Alanus-Hochschule)
nichtstaatliche Kunsthochschule. Alanus-Hochschule und
Bildungswerk GmbH
209. FHV Bad Mnstereifel
210. KH Bethel, Kirchliche Hochschule. Anstaltskirchengemeinde
(Zionsgemeinde) Bethel bei Bielefeld
211. FH Bielefeld
212. Uni Bielefeld
213. EFH Bochum, nichtstaatliche Evangelische FH Rheinland-Westfalen-
Lippe. Krperschaft des ffentlichen Rechts, errichtet durch die
Evangelischen Landeskirchen von Rheinland, Westfalen und Lippe
(Uni Bochum)
214. FH Bochum
215. TFH zu Bochum, nichtstaatliche technische FH "Georg Agricola" fr Rohstoff, Energie und Umwelt. Deutsche Montan Technologie
Gesellschaft fr Lehre und Bildung e.V. (DMT-LB), Bochum
216. Uni Bochum, Ruhr-Universitt
217. FH-Bibl. Bonn,
nichtstaatliche FH fr das ffentliche Bibliothekswesen.
Borromusverein e.V., Bonn
218. Uni Bonn, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitt
219. HfM Detmold, Hochschule fr Musik
220. FH Dortmund
221. Uni Dortmund
222. FH Dsseldorf
223. HbK Dsseldorf, Kunstakademie
224. HfM Dsseldorf, Robert-Schumann-Hochschule
225. Uni Dsseldorf, Heinrich-Heine-Universitt
226. Uni-GH Duisburg, Gerhard-Mercator-Universitt - Gesamthochschule
227. HfM Essen Folkwang-Hochschule
228. Uni-GH Essen
229. FH Gelsenkirchen
230. FU Hagen, Fernuniversitt - Gesamthochschule
231. PTH Hennef,
nichtstaatliche Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule der
Redemptoristen in Hennef, Sieg. Provinzialrat der Redemptoristen e.V.
232. FH Iserlohn, Mrkische Fachhochschule
233. DSH Kln, Deutsche Sporthochschule Kln
234. FH Kln
235. FHfBib Kln, FH fr Bibliotheks- und Dokumentationswesen
236. HfM Kln, Hochschule fr Musik
237. KFH Kln,
nichtstaatliche Katholische FH Nordrhein-Westfalen, Kirchliche
Stiftung des ffentlichen Rechts
238. KHM Kln, Kunsthochschule fr Medien
239. RFH Kln,
nichtstaatliche Rheinische FH. Rheinische FH e.V., Kln
240. Uni Kln
241. FH Lippe, in Lemgo
242. FH Mnster
243. HbK Mnster, Kunstakademie Mnster - Hochschule fr Bildende
Knste -
244. PTH Mnster,
nichtstaatliche Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule der
Franziskaner und Kapuziner. Schsische Franziskanerprovinz Werl,
Rheinisch-Westflische Kapuzinerprovinz Koblenz
245. Uni Mnster, Westflische Wilhelms-Universitt
246. FH Niederrhein, in Krefeld und Mnchengladbach
247. FHV Nordkirchen
248. FHDW Paderborn, FH der Wirtschaft
249. TF Paderborn,
nichtstaatliche Katholische Theologische Fakultt. Erzbistum
Paderborn
250. Uni-GH Paderborn
251. PTH Sankt Augustin,
nichtstaatliche Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule SVD.
Norddeutsche Provinz der Gesellschaft des Gttlichen Wortes
(SVD)
252. Uni-GH Siegen
253. Uni Witten/Herdecke,
nichtstaatliche Private Universitt. Universittsverein
Witten/Herdecke e.V. und Private Universitt Witten/Herdecke
GmbH, Witten
254. BUGH Wuppertal, Bergische-Universitt Gesamthochschule
255. KH Wuppertal, Kirchliche Hochschule. Evangelische Kirche im
Rheinland
Rheinland-Pfalz
256. FH Bingen, FH Rheinland-Pfalz
257. FHV Edenkoben
258. FHV Hachenburg
259. Uni Kaiserslautern
260. Uni Koblenz
261. EFH Ludwigshafen,
nichtstaatliche Evangelische FH fr Sozialwesen. Evangelische
Kirche der Pfalz
262. FH Mainz, FH Rheinland-Pfalz
263. KFH Mainz,
nichtstaatliche Kath. FH fr Sozialarbeit, Sozialpdagogik und
Praktische Theologie. Gemeinntzige Gesellschaft zur Frderung von Wissenschaft und Bildung mbH Mainz
264. Uni Mainz, Johannes Gutenberg-Universitt
265. FHV Mayen
266. FH Rheinland-Pfalz, Abt. Kaiserslautern
267. FH Rheinland-Pfalz, Abt. Koblenz
268. FH Rheinland-Pfalz, Abt. Trier
269. HfV Speyer, Hochschule fr Verwaltungswissenschaften
270. PTH Trier,
nichtstaatliche Katholische Theologische Fakultt Trier. Dizese
Trier
271. Uni Trier
272. PTH Vallendar,
nichtstaatliche Theologische Hochschule Vallendar der
Pallottiner, Theologische Fakultt. Norddeutsche Provinz der
Gesellschaft des Katholischen Apostolats.
273. WHU Vallendar,
nichtstaatliche Wissenschaftliche Hochschule fr
Unternehmensfhrung (Otto-Beisheim-Hochschule). Stiftung
Wissenschaftliche Hochschule fr Unternehmensfhrung Koblenz, rechtsfhige Stiftung brgerlichen Rechts.
274. FH Worms
Saarland
275. FHBerg Saarbrcken,
nichtstaatliche FH fr Bergbau. Saarbergwerke AG
276. HfM Saarbrcken, Musikhochschule des Saarlands
277. HbK Saarbrcken, Hochschule fr Bildende Knste Saar
278. HTW Saarbrcken, Hochschule fr Technik und Wirtschaft des
Saarlands
279. KFH Saarbrcken, Katholische FH fr Sozialwesen. Bistum Trier
280. Uni Saarbrcken, Universitt des Saarlands
Sachsen
281. BA Bautzen, Berufsakademie
282. TU Chemnitz-Zwickau
283. EFHS Dresden,
nichtstaatliche Evangelische FH fr Sozialarbeit. Stiftung
"Evangelische FH fr soziale Arbeit" Dresden
284. HTW Dresden, Hochschule fr Technik und Wirtschaft (FH)
285. HfbK Dresden, Hochschule fr Bildende Knste
286. HfM Dresden, Hochschule fr Musik "Carl Maria von Weber" Dresden
287. MA Dresden, Medizinische Akademie "Carl Gustav Carus"
288. TU Dresden
289. TU Freiberg, TU Bergakademie
290. BA Glauchau, Berufsakademie Sachsen
291. FHB Leipzig, nichtstaatliche Ostdeutsche Fernhochschule fr
Berufsttige
292. FHDP Leipzig, FH der Deutschen Bundespost Telekom
293. HGB Leipzig, Hochschule fr Grafik und Buchkunst
294. HfM Leipzig, Hochschule fr Musik und Theater "Felix Mendelssohn
Bartholdy"
295. HTWK Leipzig (FH), Hochschule fr Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur
(FH)
296. Uni Leipzig
297. FHSV Meien, FH der Schsischen Verwaltung
298. FH Mittweida, Hochschule fr Technik und Wirtschaft (FH)
299. HTWS Zittau/Grlitz Hochschule fr Technik, Wirtschaft und
Sozialwesen (FH)
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General , , , Law and Economics .
International center for graduate studies
General
The International Center for Graduate Studies is organized on an interdepartmental basis by the Universitt Hamburg.
The Universitt Hamburg seeks to foster and pursue graduate studies and excellent research at the cutting edge of modern university education and scientific development.
It is committed to developing new areas of study in the execution of its underlying goal: the advancement of knowledge and scholarship.
In view of this the Universitt Hamburg accords the field of interdisciplinary programs to all international students holding a qualified Bachelors degree.
Study Intercultural Studies - Educational Research, Social and
programPolitical Science, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Social
s and Cultural Anthropology, Comparative Religion Studies, Asian
and African Studies, Psychology and History
Environmental Sciences - Earth Sciences, Biology, Chemistry,
Mathematics, Information Science, Medicine, Social Sciences,
Jurisprudence, Technology Assessment
Law and Economics - Economics , Jurisprudence
Life Sciences - Biology, Chemistry, Medicine
The Structure of Matter - Physics, Earth Sciences, Chemistry
Who canGraduates with a qualified Bachelors degree (preferentially
apply? honors) and a solid background in one of the disciplines
mentioned above to get a Masters degree Masters to study in
the doctorate program
DuratioMasters degree program 4-6 semesters
n of Doctorate program
study
LanguagThe first and second semester courses are held in English,
e further courses in German. Foreign speakers are required to
attend German language courses.
HousingStudents will be offered accommodation in a students hostel.
Fees DM 1300,- per month, this includes tuition, costs of housing,
tutorial support and German language courses.
FinanciStudents may apply for grants in their home country or at the
al Aid International Center for Graduate Studies
AdmissiQualified Bachelor or German "Vordiplom"
ons
RequireGood knowledge of the English language (equivalent to TOEFL
ments points: min. 500).
Basic knowledge of the German language is recommended.
DeadlinJuly 1st, 1999. NB: Issue of visa may take up to 3 months
e
ApplicaFor application form click here.
tion For further information please contact:
Law and Economics
Coordination: Prof. Dr. Rosemarie Mielke
In cooperation with the International Center for Graduate Studies and the
Institute of Law and Economics, the "ERASMUS Program in Law and
Economics" (http://www.jura.uni-hamburg.de/studieren/foreign/#Erasmus) is offered for postgraduates. The program is open to graduates in law and economics and leads within one year to the European Master in Law and
Economics (EMLE). In case of exceptional qualifications an admission for students without an exam or diploma is possible.
In the center of the economic analysis of law, often called briefly "Law and Economics", are the processes and goals of influences on human behavior by norms which are determined by law. The program consists of three kinds of courses. In order to make law students more familiar with basic economic reasoning some courses are more economic in orientation.
Some courses deal with comparative law in order to internalize legal background of the students. The third kind of courses deal directly with the economic analysis of the most important branches of private, public, international and European law.
The program covers one academic year. The courses start in the beginning of October and end in June. The academic year is subdivided into three terms. The first trimester can be studied in Hamburg or Rotterdam, the second in Hamburg or Ghent and for the third trimester students can choose between one of the nine participating European universities.
Important scientists like Prof. Dr. James Buchanan (Nobel Prize Award
1985) and Prof. Dr. Ronald Coase (Nobel Prize Award 1991) belong to the
"Committee of Patronage" of the "Law and Economics Program".
Request for the more detailed "Student Guide" should be addressed to:
Erasmus@nw01.rrz.uni-hamburg.de.
Introduction
In cooperation with the International Center for Graduate Studies the
Institute of Law and Economics and the "ERASMUS Program in Law and
Economics" (http://www.jura.uni-hamburg.de/studieren/foreign/#Erasmus) for postgraduates is offered. The program is open to graduates in law and economics and leads within one year to the European Master in Law and
Economics (EMLE). In case of exceptional qualifications an admission for students without an exam or diploma is possible.
The Law and Economics study program started as an ERASMUS Program in 1990 and will persist within the more comprehensive network of SOCRATES.
SOCRATES stands for a contractual framework between the European
Commission and European universities. Although SOCRATES is designed to support European integration, the program is also open for students from non-European countries.
For law studies, internationalization creates a specific problem. Due to the increasing importance of specific regulations regarding areas such as social security, industrial policy, protection of the environment, equal treatment of minority groups etc., the legal systems in the different
European countries became increasingly divergent. As a consequence, law students and other students interested in law and institutions, who would like to supplement their studies with an international continuation, are faced with a problem. In order to compare rules and institutions, one needs a common standard. The economic analysis of law, often called briefly "Law and Economics" is certainly a good candidate as a standard for relevant comparison of law. Because economic science has developed a framework of theorems and concepts which are universally applicable to human behavior and human choice, economic theory constitutes an international standard "par excellence". In the center of this new scientific approach are the processes and goals of influencing human behavior by norms which are determined by law.
Important scientists like Prof. Dr. James Buchanan (Nobel Prize Award
1985) and Prof. Dr. Ronald Coase (Nobel Prize Award 1991) belong to the
"Committee of Patronage" of the "Law and Economics Program".
Admission to the studies
(1) To the study in Law and Economics can be admitted who
1. successfully
a) passed the study of law or economics or business administration or another study with a legal or economic focus in the Federal Republic of
Germany or
b) passed a study at a university out of the Federal Republic of Germany which is comparable with respect to its kind and its extent to the studies mentioned under letter a)
2. has sufficient knowledge in English in order to participate in the study and in order to pass the exams
3. can be expected to participate in the ERASMUS Program in Law and
Economics successfully according to his or her previous performance so far.
(2) The requirement mentioned in subsection (1) number 1 can be neglected if the applicant is at an advanced level in one of the studies mentioned in subsection (1) number 1 a) and b) and if his or her results achieved so far are especially suitable in order to make a successful participation in the ERASMUS Program in Law and Economics expectable. In this case the exam is acknowledged to be passed if the study according to subsection (1) number 1 is finished successfully.
Curriculum
The program covers one academic year. The courses start in the beginning of October and end in June. The academic year is subdivided into three terms. The first trimester can be studied in Hamburg or Rotterdam, the second in Hamburg or Ghent and for the third trimester students can choose between one of the nine participating European universities.
The program consists of three kinds of courses. In order to make law students more familiar with basic economic reasoning some courses are more economic in orientation. Some courses deal with comparative law in order to internalize legal background of the students. The third kind of courses deal directly with the economic analysis of the most important branches of private, public, international and European law. The references to law in the courses will be of a comparative kind, due to the all-European character of the program and the international composition of the audience. Students will be confronted with examples of their own and other legal systems.
In the first term the Rotterdam and Hamburg courses have the same contents, although the materials used and the grouping of the materials in the courses may differ slightly. The same applies to the second term.
This makes it possible to choose a second term university independent of the first choice.
The study embraces during the first two terms at least twelve hours per week and during the third term at least four hours per week. During the first term are offered as compulsory courses an introduction in the basic economic and legal methods of the Law and Economics approach, an introduction in the economic analysis of accident law, competition law and public law. During the second term are offered as compulsory courses an introduction in the economic analysis of property law, in the economic analysis of contract law, an introduction in the philosophical foundations of Law and Economics and a supplementary course in the economic analysis of public law. Furthermore, there are courses offered as compulsory choice which introduce in the economic analysis of other areas of law. During the third term further courses are offered at an advanced level according to the research and teaching areas of the participating universities.
Final exam
The final exam consists of term exams and a thesis. The exams and the thesis are written in English or in the language of the country in which the exams are taken. Each course leads to a separate exam which will be organized at the end of the term respectively the end of a course. The candidate is supposed to participate in ten term exams. The exams are in written form and last at least three hours. Each exam is graded on a scale of 10 to 0 points. The minimum of 50 points has to be obtained to pass the program and to get the degree.
The candidate has to write a thesis during the third term. The thesis is supposed to prove the ability to work in the field of Law and Economics in a scientific manner. The time for working on the thesis is four and a half months (1st April to 15th of August). The thesis is to be evaluated by the supervisor and an external examiner. The external examiner should be a member of a university different from that one of the supervisor.
The thesis is graded on a scale of 30 to 0 points. The thesis is accepted, if the number of points obtained by both examiners is at least
24.
A final mark is deducted from the marks of the term exams and the mark of the thesis. For this the mark of the term exams, the mark for the thesis rewarded by the supervisor, and the mark for the thesis rewarded by the external examiner are added and thereafter divided by 16 and rounded to two digits. The resulting points range from 10 to 0. To pass the final exam in Law and Economics the final marks has to be at least 5.00 points.
Diploma and Certificate
After having passed the exam the candidate is awarded a diploma certifying that he or she is awarded the degree of a "European Master in
Law and Economics (EMLE)". The diploma points to the interdisciplinary of the postgraduate study and to the universities which are involved in the teaching of the program. The certificate is written in English and contains the titles of the visited lectures, the names of the universities at which the candidate visited these lectures, the subject of the thesis as well as the final marks. In addition, a certificate is handed out, in which all marks of the term exams and the thesis are listed as well as the ranking of the candidate and the total number of participating students of the current academic year.
Request for the more detailed "Student Guide" should be addressed to:
Erasmus@nw01.rrz.uni-hamburg.de.
More information may be obtained by
Ute Lewin-Bleeker
Sekretariat des ERASMUS Programms fr Recht und konomie
Binderstr. 34
D 20146 Hamburg
Phone +49 40 42838-5776 and the
Institut fr Recht und konomik
Fachbereich Rechtswissenschaft
Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1
D 20146 Hamburg
Phone +49 40 42838-5542
Erasmus@nw01.rrz.uni-hamburg.de
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For many Europeans, English and German are regarded as languages of business, and their rise is coming directly at the expense of other major foreign languages.
A significant milestone was reached in the European Union in the beginning of 1996, reports the European Commission. For the first time, more than half of the EUs adults shared at least one language: English. Fully one- third of the EU speaks it as a second language. Both percentages are set to rise significantly - enrollments in English classes are at all-time highs throughout the EU. Meanwhile, the number of students and adults in the EU learning Spanish, French and Italian as a second language continues to decline, with German showing a stable base of interest.
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"Todays Europeans think pragmatically, asking themselves: Which single language will most benefit my career or business? Which language is worth my investment in time and money? The answer is English and, to a lesser extent, German," says Wolfgang Heuss, the Munich-based language instruction expert and head of the English department of the citys Sprachen und
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