Best LLM in Leiden


Dear guys,

I was considering applying for LLM in Leiden, among all the LLM, I prefer European Law(study trips in EU), Advanced Tax Law and Space Law(unique in Europe).

Could you tell me which is best for Leiden and its working prospects?
Dear guys,

I was considering applying for LLM in Leiden, among all the LLM, I prefer European Law(study trips in EU), Advanced Tax Law and Space Law(unique in Europe).

Could you tell me which is best for Leiden and its working prospects?
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jo_rahul
i think LL.M. Advanced Studies in European and International Business Law or LL.M. in European Law would add significant value and would be good from employment prospectives.
i think LL.M. Advanced Studies in European and International Business Law or LL.M. in European Law would add significant value and would be good from employment prospectives.
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Thx! Do you have some pratical experience about that?
Thx! Do you have some pratical experience about that?
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jo_rahul
tax is also good if u r interested in one.
tax is also good if u r interested in one.
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Brainy Smu...
i think LL.M. Advanced Studies in European and International Business Law or LL.M. in European Law would add significant value and would be good from employment prospectives.


I concur.
<blockquote>i think LL.M. Advanced Studies in European and International Business Law or LL.M. in European Law would add significant value and would be good from employment prospectives.</blockquote>

I concur.
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As far as I know, it is hard for non-eu to find a job in EU institutions, right?
As far as I know, it is hard for non-eu to find a job in EU institutions, right?
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Brainy Smu...
As far as I know, it is hard for non-eu to find a job in EU institutions, right?


It depends on your portfolio. If you specialised in EU/EC law and prove to be passionate towards the field. I do not see why being non-EU would hinder your/anybody's chance of seeking employment within the EU.
<blockquote>As far as I know, it is hard for non-eu to find a job in EU institutions, right?</blockquote>

It depends on your portfolio. If you specialised in EU/EC law and prove to be passionate towards the field. I do not see why being non-EU would hinder your/anybody's chance of seeking employment within the EU.
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