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Germany - MA or Bachelor in Economics for a Lawyer


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Hi, I'd really appreciate if someone who studied Economics in Germany could help me with this!

I studied Law with a major in Tax in a top university in Latin America. I've been working in Tax since I was a student. However, instead of pursuing a Master of Laws (LLM) or something similar (law-oriented) I want to shift to a more economics-oriented degree, something related to Tax Policy, or Economic Development.

First question: I have around 3-4 years to complete my studies in Germany (including learning German), because my husband will be getting his Phd in Hannover. Would it make sense for me to get "leveled-up" in Economics, enroll in a BA in Economics in some university/college in or near Hannover and then apply for an MA in Economic Development a year later? If so, any recommendations of universities/collegues I could look into (with English courses)?

Second question: Any comments on Leuphana University of Lüneburg for someone who would like to work in an international organization in the future?

Thank you so much! Any comment is helpful. 


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