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GRiM (Global Legal Research and Information Management) is a ten day intensive study programme (winter school). It is organised under the roof of the European Academy of Legal Theory and offered by the University of Stockholm in co-operation with
- Freie Universität Berlin
- Université Libre de Bruxelles – ULB
- University of Lucerne
- Jagiellonian University Cracow
- Goethe-University of Frankfurt/Main
- EUI Florence and University of Bologna
- Globalisation and Legal Theory PhD programme (Univ. of Antwerp, Glasgow, and Tilburg)
The next GRiM Winter School takes place in February 2017 at Stockholm University.
Participation in GRiM is open to all postgradaute law students (after having obtained a basic degree in law: LL.M.-students, PhD research students in law).
Successful applicants are expected to attend all parts of the module programme during course weeks in Stockholm and actively contribute to course exercises and discussions.
Participants will be asked a moderate tuition fee and have to bear their own travel and subsistence costs.
Participating students may ask for academic recognition of the GRiM course credits at their home university (an ECTS transcript will be issued by the University of Stockholm); GRiM comprises 4 ECTS credits.
The course is guided by an online e-learning platform (OLAT). Access rights for the online GRiM course will be granted to successful applicants.
Applications have to be made directly to the GRiM host university in Stockholm (application forms for the next 2017 intake will be available in due course).
For further information please contact the GRiM programme office at the University of Stockholm:
- to be announced