Dual Degrees With a Lazarski University LL.M. Boston University Executive LL.M. in International Business Law - Those who complete the Lazarski University LL.M. may apply for advanced standing in the Boston University Executive LL.M. in International Business Law program and, if admitted, will be required to complete additional credits by attending a combination of two-week sessions in Boston and/or Budapest and earning credits from Boston University online courses to earn the Boston University degree. Lazarski University LL.M. graduates will have five years within which to seek admission to and complete the Boston University LL.M. The advanced standing option provides participants a reduction of 35% from the tuition normally required for the Boston University degree.* Boston University LL.M. in American Law - Non-US lawyers who complete the Lazarski University LL.M. may apply for advanced standing in the Boston University LL.M. in American Law program and, if admitted, will be required to complete only one semester, rather than a full academic year, in Boston to obtain the Boston University degree. The required semester in Boston is offered each fall. The advanced standing option offers participants a reduction of 50% from the tuition normally required for the Boston University LL.M. in American Law.* * Lazarski University students wishing to complete Lazarski LL.M. courses in Budapest must request prior approval, which will be granted based on availability of spaces and academic merit. With a Boston University LL.M. Lazarski University LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice - Those who hold an LL.M. from Boston University School of Law (Executive LL.M. in International Business Law, LL.M. in American Law, LL.M. in Intellectual Property, LL.M. in Taxation, or LL.M. in Banking and Finance), or are in the process of completing the degree, may qualify for advanced standing in the Lazarski University LL.M. program upon transferring 12 credits from Boston University and need only complete a two-week spring session in Budapest or two two-week sessions in Warsaw and/or Shanghai to obtain the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice. For those undertaking concurrent studies, the Lazarski LL.M. will not issue until completion of the Boston University LL.M.
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Dual Degrees With a Lazarski University LL.M. Boston University Executive LL.M. in International Business Law - Those who complete the Lazarski University LL.M. may apply for advanced standing in the Boston University Executive LL.M. in International Business Law program and, if admitted, will be required to complete additional credits by attending a combination of two- week sessions in Boston and/or Budapest and earning credits from Boston University online courses to earn the Boston University degree. Lazarski University LL.M. graduates will have five years within which to seek admission to and complete the Boston University LL.M. The advanced standing option provides participants a reduction of 35% from the tuition normally required for the Boston University degree.* Boston University LL.M. in American Law - Non-US lawyers who complete the Lazarski University LL.M. may apply for advanced standing in the Boston University LL.M. in American Law program and, if admitted, will be required to complete only one semester, rather than a full academic year, in Boston to obtain the Boston University degree. The required semester in Boston is offered each fall. The advanced standing option offers participants a reduction of 50% from the tuition normally required for the Boston University LL.M. in American Law.* * Lazarski University students wishing to complete Lazarski LL.M. courses in Budapest must request prior approval, which will be granted based on availability of spaces and academic merit. With a Boston University LL.M. Lazarski University LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice - Those who hold an LL.M. from Boston University School of Law (Executive LL.M. in International Business Law, LL.M. in American Law, LL.M. in Intellectual Property, LL.M. in Taxation, or LL.M. in Banking and Finance), or are in the process of completing the degree, may qualify for advanced standing in the Lazarski University LL.M. program upon transferring 12 credits from Boston University and need only complete a two- week spring session in Budapest or two two-week sessions in Warsaw and/or Shanghai to obtain the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice. For those undertaking concurrent studies, the Lazarski LL.M. will not issue until completion of the Boston University LL.M.