Exchange /Double Degree Programs
Our partner universities are:
- Columbia Law School
- Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam
With Columbia Law School
Since autumn 2005, the ILF has established a student exchange program with the Law School of Columbia University, one of the most prominent law faculties in the United States.
Up to two students who have a first degree in law and who have completed and particularly excelled duirng their studies at the ILF shall, upon the prior acceptance of Columbia Law School, be sent to New York, the world’s major financial center, to attend one semester of Columbia Law School's Juris Doctor (J.D.) program. Upon the successful completion of the course requirements at Columbia Law School, the students will receive official Columbia University transcripts indicating the courses which they have attended as well as the grades received for those courses.
On the other side of the exchange program, the ILF will welcome up to two students from Columbia Law School each year. The Columbia Law School students will join the LL.M. Finance program for the full course of study and upon their successful completion of the program, will be awarded the LL.M. Finance degree.
With Amsterdam Business School
We are pleased to announce that a new student exchange program between the ILF and the University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Business School will commence in 2008/2009.
After attending the winter semester at the ILF, 2 ILF students shall have the opportunity to attend the third term of the Master's Program in International Finance at Amsterdam Business School. Upon successful completion, ILF students will be awarded the LL.M. Finance degree by the University of Frankfurt. For the same academic year, 2 students from Amsterdam Business School will be allowed to join the summer semester of the LL.M. Finance program and upon successful completion, they will receive the Master in International Finance at Amsterdam Business School.
European Master in Transnational Trade Law and Finance
The ILF is part of a consortium of 4 European leading universities offering the European Master in Transnational Trade Law and Finance (EMTTLF), a new Erasmus Mundus Master's Program. This Master's Program contains 120 ECTS credits that the students will follow courses over two academic years and in three of the four participating institutions.
Successful applicants of the ILF track will complete the first semester at the University of Deusto, Bilbao, the second semester at the University of Tilburg and the 3rd and last semesters at the ILF.