LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice
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LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice
© Center for International Legal Studies, 2017
Insurance, Visas, Veterans’ Benefits Insurance It    is    strongly    recommended    that    participants    confirm health    and    accident    insurance    cover    before    travelling abroad.     The     Center     for     International     Legal     Studies provides     insurance     that     covers     cancellation     due     to confirmed   death   or   illness   of   participant   or   close   relative, covers   the   extent   of   the   paid   registration   and   tuition   fees, and      applies      only      to      those      who      timely      register. Cancellation     insurance     is     provided     automatically     on admission and without cost to the participant. Visas Non-United     States     /     European     Union     /     European Economic    Area    citizens    may    require    a    visa    to    enter Hungary   and   Poland   and   many   weeks   may   be   needed   to process   the   necessary   documents.   The   process   cannot begin   without   a   letter   of   admission   from   the   Center   for International   Legal   Studies   and   confirmation   from   Eötvös Loránd   University   or   Lazarski   University.   Applicants   may request   a   visa   from   the   Hungarian   or   Polish   consulate   or seek   a   Schengen   visa   from   any   of   the   Schengen   Area member    states    so    long    as    the    holder    visits    that    state before entering any of the other Schengen states. United States Veterans’ Benefits The   LL.M.   in   Transnational   Commercial   Practice   has   been approved   by   the   US   Department   of   Veterans'   Affairs,   and participants   may   qualify   for   benefits.   If   you   are   a   veteran and   believe   that   you   are   qualified   for   benefits   and   wish to    initiate    the    certification    process,    please    notify    the Center    for    International    Legal    Studies    by    letter    (VA Benefits,     CILS,     Matzenkopfgasse     19,     5020     Salzburg, Austria), telefax (US 1 509 3560077), or email.