Accomodation near Leiden Law School?


Sakura
Hi,

I will be in Leiden from September doing the Adv LLM in Public International Law and still don't have a place where to stay. Is anyone subletting their apartment or looking for a flat mate for the September 2012 - July 2013 period?
Hi,

I will be in Leiden from September doing the Adv LLM in Public International Law and still don't have a place where to stay. Is anyone subletting their apartment or looking for a flat mate for the September 2012 - July 2013 period?
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Deepu
Hey Sakura,

I will be in Leiden for my LL.M on European and International Business law starting in September and I have not yet received confirmation from the University a regards accommodation, would it be okay if I contact you within a week as regards if I can be your flat-mate?
Deepu
Hey Sakura,

I will be in Leiden for my LL.M on European and International Business law starting in September and I have not yet received confirmation from the University a regards accommodation, would it be okay if I contact you within a week as regards if I can be your flat-mate?
Deepu
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Hey,

I am doing the LLM in European Law this September.I am also looking for accommodation near Leiden Law School. The Law School is situated on Steenschuur street. Leiden University Housing have informed me that they no longer have accommodation available. So I now have to look for accommodation myself. Let me know if you hear anything.

Cheers
Hey,

I am doing the LLM in European Law this September.I am also looking for accommodation near Leiden Law School. The Law School is situated on Steenschuur street. Leiden University Housing have informed me that they no longer have accommodation available. So I now have to look for accommodation myself. Let me know if you hear anything.

Cheers
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LeidenJoe
Hey guys,

I'm in the same boat - I'm starting the LLM in PIL in September but have been told that the university can no longer offer accommodation. I'd appreciate it if you guys could give me any tips or pointers - I'll do likewise if I find anything out!
Hey guys,

I'm in the same boat - I'm starting the LLM in PIL in September but have been told that the university can no longer offer accommodation. I'd appreciate it if you guys could give me any tips or pointers - I'll do likewise if I find anything out!
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DOanLLM
Hey guys same boat as well, starting International Tax Law. I contacted a Remax real state agent who will show me around when I get there and see if I find anything (july 22).
I'll keep you posted on how it went.
Hey guys same boat as well, starting International Tax Law. I contacted a Remax real state agent who will show me around when I get there and see if I find anything (july 22).
I'll keep you posted on how it went.
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Hello all above

Myself and 2 male friends from Ireland have secured accommodation right beside the law school on the Herensteeg. Its 1900 pm for 4 people. Each getting a room excluding bills. So itll come to around 510 pm per person which is cheaper than accommodate.

We need someone to close on it asap. Please pm me asap if you think you are interested. We need swift answers.

Ross
Hello all above

Myself and 2 male friends from Ireland have secured accommodation right beside the law school on the Herensteeg. Its 1900 pm for 4 people. Each getting a room excluding bills. So itll come to around 510 pm per person which is cheaper than accommodate.

We need someone to close on it asap. Please pm me asap if you think you are interested. We need swift answers.

Ross
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hutabarat
Hi;
EIBL 2012/2013 student here. Why didnt you guys take the accomodation from the university? (hugo de grootstraat or karsenmarkt, etc.)
Hi;
EIBL 2012/2013 student here. Why didnt you guys take the accomodation from the university? (hugo de grootstraat or karsenmarkt, etc.)
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Hey guys,

Im also in LLM for Public international Law, i have been searching for a house aswell, its getting late and i still havent found one.
I would be more than happy to share with any of you guys, if you need one more person to fill in on the house you can add me on facebook, joaoartmention@hotmail.com.

Cheers to all my future colleagues looking forward to meet you all
Hey guys,

Im also in LLM for Public international Law, i have been searching for a house aswell, its getting late and i still havent found one.
I would be more than happy to share with any of you guys, if you need one more person to fill in on the house you can add me on facebook, joaoartmention@hotmail.com.

Cheers to all my future colleagues looking forward to meet you all
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occy
same here!
i just got the offer from Leiden for IPL and i am also searching for accomodation in Leiden. If someone could give me a hint that would be great! Thanks
same here!
i just got the offer from Leiden for IPL and i am also searching for accomodation in Leiden. If someone could give me a hint that would be great! Thanks
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Once again, I'm in the same boat. Doing PIL in September and currently searching for accommodation!
Once again, I'm in the same boat. Doing PIL in September and currently searching for accommodation!
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Antonis
Hi all,
i have been studying in Leiden(Reular PIL) since September and I could give you some addresses.First,there is kamernet.nl where you create your account and you have to pay a commission(i think 20 euros or something) in order to send message for a room.You should be careful though,since there are some scams.Second,there are two pages if you are on facebook, Leiden Housing http://www.facebook.com/groups/239427083843/
and the ISN Leiden 2011-2012 Official Group
http://www.facebook.com/groups/115080191923354/
Since i m at work i ll post you some others that i have later.
If you have any specific question,don't hesitate.

Good luck,
Antonis
Hi all,
i have been studying in Leiden(Reular PIL) since September and I could give you some addresses.First,there is kamernet.nl where you create your account and you have to pay a commission(i think 20 euros or something) in order to send message for a room.You should be careful though,since there are some scams.Second,there are two pages if you are on facebook, Leiden Housing http://www.facebook.com/groups/239427083843/
and the ISN Leiden 2011-2012 Official Group
http://www.facebook.com/groups/115080191923354/
Since i m at work i ll post you some others that i have later.
If you have any specific question,don't hesitate.

Good luck,
Antonis
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Antonis
Hi all again,

some other links are:
pararius.com
kamerraad.nl
housinganywhere.com
duwo.nl
http://thehague.expatrentals.eu/index.aspx
http://www.stichtingroofs.nl/roofs_en/about_roofs.asp?id=59
The last one is a site in which after having paid 15 euros,you can see rooms that dutch students sublet for 6 months or so,when they re on exchnge programs.

Cheers,
Antonis
Hi all again,

some other links are:
pararius.com
kamerraad.nl
housinganywhere.com
duwo.nl
http://thehague.expatrentals.eu/index.aspx
http://www.stichtingroofs.nl/roofs_en/about_roofs.asp?id=59
The last one is a site in which after having paid 15 euros,you can see rooms that dutch students sublet for 6 months or so,when they re on exchnge programs.

Cheers,
Antonis
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occy
Thanks a lot for the list! Thats very helpful.
Anything in particular that you would recommend?
Thanks a lot for the list! Thats very helpful.
Anything in particular that you would recommend?
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Antonis
Personally,initially I did not opt for the SEA Housing option.I sarted looking on my own but by mid-end june last year I started getting a bit disappointed so I contacted the other office Accommodate(for the ones that don't know, they are two separate offices SEA and Accommodate) and they proposed me two options.Finally,I chose Herengracht(which I highly recommend) but given the fact that it was out of my budget I signed only a 5 months' contract till end of January.By mid November I had to notify them whether I would stay in the second semester,and I told them that I wouldn't.Finally,I found something through some Dutch friends.
So,in my opinion it's always possible to sign a one semester contract and look for sth else in the next semester(which is easier at that moment than now when the demand is extremely high).As for the sites that i wrote,RooFs is quite good,it s also run by Dutch students and I guess you can find more reasonable prices than what you have in SEA/Accomodate,which are insanely high.Kamernet with the precautions that I mentioned before can also be useful in finding something cheap but as some friends told me,they had to wait 1-2 weeks in order to receive replies.maybe it was just coincidential though.Pararius has rooms posted by rental agencies,so it must be safer but you have to pay commission fee and/or deposit.
Finally,there is a rental subsidy(huurtoeslag) from the Dutch Government if you have an independent room,pay a maximum rent of 650 or something and if you have a specific income.I am not sure though for the exact requirements but you have to take that with a grain of salt since they are trying to modify and stricten such allowances.
Personally,initially I did not opt for the SEA Housing option.I sarted looking on my own but by mid-end june last year I started getting a bit disappointed so I contacted the other office Accommodate(for the ones that don't know, they are two separate offices SEA and Accommodate) and they proposed me two options.Finally,I chose Herengracht(which I highly recommend) but given the fact that it was out of my budget I signed only a 5 months' contract till end of January.By mid November I had to notify them whether I would stay in the second semester,and I told them that I wouldn't.Finally,I found something through some Dutch friends.
So,in my opinion it's always possible to sign a one semester contract and look for sth else in the next semester(which is easier at that moment than now when the demand is extremely high).As for the sites that i wrote,RooFs is quite good,it s also run by Dutch students and I guess you can find more reasonable prices than what you have in SEA/Accomodate,which are insanely high.Kamernet with the precautions that I mentioned before can also be useful in finding something cheap but as some friends told me,they had to wait 1-2 weeks in order to receive replies.maybe it was just coincidential though.Pararius has rooms posted by rental agencies,so it must be safer but you have to pay commission fee and/or deposit.
Finally,there is a rental subsidy(huurtoeslag) from the Dutch Government if you have an independent room,pay a maximum rent of 650 or something and if you have a specific income.I am not sure though for the exact requirements but you have to take that with a grain of salt since they are trying to modify and stricten such allowances.
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kling
From 01 september 2012 until 31 august 2013 is a room available, in the center of Leiden, near Rapenburg. I look for one non smoking LLM or ITC student, The room is furnished , spacious, total 23m2, bright, with one large windows, with a mini kitchen, toilet and shower, no comissions. For more details you are welcome to send me a message.
From 01 september 2012 until 31 august 2013 is a room available, in the center of Leiden, near Rapenburg. I look for one non smoking LLM or ITC student, The room is furnished , spacious, total 23m2, bright, with one large windows, with a mini kitchen, toilet and shower, no comissions. For more details you are welcome to send me a message.
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erna
Hello!!!

I am going to study an LLM at Leiden University, and right now I am looking for a place to stay!! Could you please give me some information?

I am already in Leiden, so if you think it is okey I would like to visit the place!! Thank you very much!

Erna
Hello!!!

I am going to study an LLM at Leiden University, and right now I am looking for a place to stay!! Could you please give me some information?

I am already in Leiden, so if you think it is okey I would like to visit the place!! Thank you very much!

Erna
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