Amir Luzon

The combination of Law and Economics is fascinating, and has led to us enhancing our academic and professional way of thinking.
Amir Luzon
LL.M. student European Master in Law & Economics

I am 32 years old, and my wife and I are from Israel. The decision to study in this programme was not an easy one, as we had also been admitted to similarly prestigious institutions in London. After taking a number of parameters into account, however, we decided that we would benefit most from the EMLE programme.

We are both practising lawyers in the field of Commercial Litigation, with more than four years’ experience, but we wanted to take a break from work in order to further our knowledge and to broaden our horizons.

The EMLE programme offered the perfect means to achieve our goals. The combination of Law and Economics is fascinating, and has led to us enhancing our academic and professional way of thinking. In addition, because the EMLE caters to many students from all over the world, it has enabled us to get to know other cultures and societies. And because most of us had left our own countries in order to participate in this programme, and we did not have our own family and friends with us, we were able to develop a new community − the EMLE family (we call it FEMLE) − and we gained friends for life.

After completing this programme, I can say that we have gained not only friends but also a solid professional network that will help us to grasp new opportunities on an international level.

Living in Europe in general and in Rotterdam specifically was extremely pleasing, and the student experience in this city was amazing.

Note also that the European Commission grants non-European students very generous scholarships for this programme. Feel free to contact me if you want to hear more about this programme, EUR, and/or the scholarship opportunities.