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- LL.M. in International Economic and Business Law (IEBL)
- Language skills: English
- A TOEFL score of 237+ (computer-based), 580+ (paper-based), or 92+
- (Internet-based) or equivalent is required for non-native English
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In 1994, the Graduate School of Law at Kyushu University established Japan's first Master’s level program taught entirely in English: the LL.M. program in International Economic and Business Law (IEBL).
Drawing upon faculty members with particular strengths in these fields of law, the IEBL program is designed to provide both Japanese and international students with the ability to confront the many challenges of contemporary international economic affairs and commercial transactions.
Taught in English from a Japanese perspective, the IEBL program seeks to develop a critical understanding of economic and legal principles within the framework of international & comparative law.