Questions Who may apply for admission? Admission to the LL.M. program is limited to persons admitted to practice in the United States and/or who hold a Juris Doctor degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association, and/or who hold a law degree from a recognized law school in a non-United States jurisdiction, and/or who are admitted to practice in a non-United States jurisdiction. Who issues the degree? The LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice degree is issued by Lazarski University, a European Union-recognized and highly regarded institution of higher education in Poland. Who are the faculty? Faculty are provided by Lazarski University, Boston University School of Law, Eötvös Loránd University, and the Center for International Legal Studies. What continuing legal education conferences can be used for LL.M. credits? The Center for International Legal Studies conducts several continuing legal education conferences annually in Europe, the United States, and elsewhere. A degree candidate may use any one of the conferences to satisfy up to three credits toward the degree. What about health and travel insurance? It is recommended that participants confirm health and accident insurance cover before travelling abroad. Cancellation insurance is provided on admission without cost to the participant. Where are courses taught? Courses are taught at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, and Lazarski University, Warsaw, Poland, and Lixin University, Shanghai. Where will I stay during the course? Lodging two minutes’ walk from Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest is available. Lazarski University offers various possibilities in Warsaw, as does Lixin University in Shanghai. When can I apply? Applications from United States, European Union, and European Economic Area citizens are considered up to two weeks prior to commencement of a Budapest or Warsaw sessions. Non-US, non-EU, and non-EEA citizens must apply not less than six weeks prior to commencement of the selected session to assure that necessary travel documents can be processed. Earlier application is advised for the Shanghai session. Can I transfer credits from another post-graduate program? LL.M. credits earned at another qualified institution may be transferred to the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice program, as relevant and at the discretion of the administration. A transfer fee of US $100 per credit is applicable. Do I need a visa? Citizens of the United States, European Union, and European Economic Area do not require a visa for short-term visits to Hungary or Poland.  Citizens of other countries should consult with the Chinese, Hungarian, or Polish Embassies in their home countries. 
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Questions Who may apply for admission? Admission to the LL.M. program is limited to persons admitted to practice in the United States and/or who hold a Juris Doctor degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association, and/or who hold a law degree from a recognized law school in a non-United States jurisdiction, and/or who are admitted to practice in a non-United States jurisdiction. Who issues the degree? The LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice degree is issued by Lazarski University, a European Union-recognized and highly regarded institution of higher education in Poland. Who are the faculty? Faculty are provided by Lazarski University, Boston University School of Law, Eötvös Loránd University, and the Center for International Legal Studies. What continuing legal education conferences can be used for LL.M. credits? The Center for International Legal Studies conducts several continuing legal education conferences annually in Europe, the United States, and elsewhere. A degree candidate may use any one of the conferences to satisfy up to three credits toward the degree. What about health and travel insurance? It is recommended that participants confirm health and accident insurance cover before travelling abroad. Cancellation insurance is provided on admission without cost to the participant. Where are courses taught? Courses are taught at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, and Lazarski University, Warsaw, Poland, and Lixin University, Shanghai. Where will I stay during the course? Lodging two minutes’ walk from Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest is available. Lazarski University offers various possibilities in Warsaw, as does Lixin University in Shanghai. When can I apply? Applications from United States, European Union, and European Economic Area citizens are considered up to two weeks prior to commencement of a Budapest or Warsaw sessions. Non-US, non-EU, and non- EEA citizens must apply not less than six weeks prior to commencement of the selected session to assure that necessary travel documents can be processed. Earlier application is advised for the Shanghai session. Can I transfer credits from another post-graduate program? LL.M. credits earned at another qualified institution may be transferred to the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice program, as relevant and at the discretion of the administration. A transfer fee of US $100 per credit is applicable. Do I need a visa? Citizens of the United States, European Union, and European Economic Area do not require a visa for short-term visits to Hungary or Poland.  Citizens of other countries should consult with the Chinese, Hungarian, or Polish Embassies in their home countries.