The European Master in Law and Economics was selected for the for the second round of the European Commission’s Erasmus Mundus initiative (EM II).
This means another five years of financial support for the interdisciplinary master programme which is jointly offered by a number of European universities, including the EUR’s Erasmus School of Law. There will be money available for students grants and also for research, as the European Doctorate Programme in Law and Economics (EDLE) has also been accepted to receive financial support from Erasmus Mundus as of 2010. Other participating universities are Ghent University, the universities of Hamburg, Bologna, Aix en Provence, and also Haifa. KL