Hello Everyone, I'm now graduating in International Law(Georgia) and I'm choosing now where to apply for my masters. I'm really interested in International Law and more specifically in International humanitarian Law, I'm planning to apply for Mastricht, groningen, leiden, Geneva academy universities but also would like to hear other suggestions and experiences you all had? Also how hard is to get into these universities and how hard it is to get full scholarships? I will be finishing university with GPA of 3.8/4 also I have experiences of attending several national moot courts, conferences will these feats be enough to get applied into any of the above-mentioned universities? If you can suggest anything I will be very greatful!
Help in choosing where to study
Hello, All the mentioned schools, Mastricht, groningen, leiden, Geneva academy, are great schools. If possible, please apply to every schools. Once you are admitted, you can choose from what you have got. However, In my humble opinion, I am rooting for Leiden, for its reputation, and Geneva Academy, for scholarship and post-graduate work opportunity in Swiz.
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