Amsterdam or Leiden?


Hİ everyone,
I got accepted to two different programs in the University of Amsterdam which are European Private Law and International Trade and Investment Law. I also got accepted to the European Law LLM program at Leiden University. As you can see, I am a little confused about which one to choose. Any ideas about these programs and universities?

Hİ everyone,
I got accepted to two different programs in the University of Amsterdam which are European Private Law and International Trade and Investment Law. I also got accepted to the European Law LLM program at Leiden University. As you can see, I am a little confused about which one to choose. Any ideas about these programs and universities?
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chicken so...

They're two of the Netherlands' best law schools, and, at least academic quality-wise, they are both very good. 
For me it would come down to the course content - which one has classes that best suit my needs / expectations - as well as faculty - does either school have notable professors / advisors that you would prefer studying under? 
Really this comes down to a personal choice for you, based on your goals. 

They're two of the Netherlands' best law schools, and, at least academic quality-wise, they are both very good.&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>For me it would come down to the course content - which one has classes that best suit my needs / expectations - as well as faculty - does either school have notable professors / advisors that you would prefer studying under?&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Really this comes down to a personal choice for you, based on your goals.&nbsp;</div>
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gizem1234

They're two of the Netherlands' best law schools, and, at least academic quality-wise, they are both very good. 
For me it would come down to the course content - which one has classes that best suit my needs / expectations - as well as faculty - does either school have notable professors / advisors that you would prefer studying under? 
Really this comes down to a personal choice for you, based on your goals. 

Thank you for your answer! I am aware this is a personal choice about goals. I was on the fence because both schools, academic staffs and course contents are very good. At the end, I decided to choose International Trade Law in Amsterdam because I wanna work in this area more and also studying european union law is risky these days I believe. 

[quote]They're two of the Netherlands' best law schools, and, at least academic quality-wise, they are both very good.&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>For me it would come down to the course content - which one has classes that best suit my needs / expectations - as well as faculty - does either school have notable professors / advisors that you would prefer studying under?&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Really this comes down to a personal choice for you, based on your goals.&nbsp;</div> [/quote]<div><br></div><div>Thank you for your answer! I am aware this is a personal choice about goals. I was on the fence because both schools, academic staffs and course contents are very good. At the end, I decided to choose International Trade Law in Amsterdam because I wanna work in this area more and also studying european union law is risky these days I believe.&nbsp;</div>
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Skye_M

I like Amsterdam more

I like Amsterdam more
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chicken so...

At the end, I decided to choose International Trade Law in Amsterdam because I wanna work in this area more and also studying european union law is risky these days I believe. 
You won't be disappointed - good luck!

[quote][quote]At the end, I decided to choose International Trade Law in Amsterdam because I wanna work in this area more and also studying european union law is risky these days I believe.&nbsp;<br> [/quote]<div>You won't be disappointed - good luck!</div>
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