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Monday, October 13, 2014

In Germany college is now free for even international students!

A student sits next to a statue at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. The sign affixed to the statue’s nose roughly translates as “Education lies.”
niversity of Munich. The sign affixed to the statue’s nose 

Last week, Lower Saxony made itself the final state in Germany to do away with any public university tuition whatsoever. You read that right. As of now, all state-run universities in the Federal Republic—legendary institutions that put the Bildungin Bildungsroman, like the Universität Heidelberg, the Universität München, or theHumboldt-Universität zu Berlin—cost exactly nichts. (By the way, they weren’t exactly breaking the bank before, with semester fees of about EUR 500, or $630, which is often less than an American student spends on books—but even that amount was considered “unjust” by Hamburg senator Dorothee Stapelfeldt.) 

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Thinking about an LL.M?

Here's an interesting expo for students thinking about studying an LL.M

law degree in the U.S.  All of the schools represented have good
reputations...the even is Oct. 10.  If you decide to study an LL.M
Britt can help you with you iBT TOEFL requirement!

Law School Information Sessions

Prepare For Global Practice With An LL.M. Degree From The United States.

Representatives from nine diverse U.S. law schools share advice to achieve a competitive edge in the following areas:
• Selecting the best LL.M. program for you
• Strengthening your application
• The value of a U.S. LL.M. Degree
• Funding your degree
• Qualifying for a U.S. State Bar Exam
• Introduction to each of the programs

Mexico City, Mexico | October 10, 2014 | 5:00- 7:00pm | Marquis Reforma | Paseo de la Reforma 465