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nkl

hey everybody
i've been admitted at leiden university, but i cant decide at the moment i'm waiting answers from other unis.
does anyone have some suggestions about the llm in leiden
thanks a lot

hey everybody
i've been admitted at leiden university, but i cant decide at the moment i'm waiting answers from other unis.
does anyone have some suggestions about the llm in leiden
thanks a lot
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hi ! Leiden LL.M. is very good . It has great vaue. Further it has top notch faculties and staff. But can u be more specific so as to in which particular line you are planning to pursue LLM . Once it is known then i may give u better idea. But in general LL.M. in Leiden is perfect.

hi ! Leiden LL.M. is very good . It has great vaue. Further it has top notch faculties and staff. But can u be more specific so as to in which particular line you are planning to pursue LLM . Once it is known then i may give u better idea. But in general LL.M. in Leiden is perfect.
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bubbles

i've been accepted by leiden, utrecht and some colleges in london. am intending to read llm in public international law. please advise which school will be a better choice.

i've been accepted by leiden, utrecht and some colleges in london. am intending to read llm in public international law. please advise which school will be a better choice.
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etienne

I've just been admitted to Leiden ont the LLM European Law. Quite a surprise, they only require of me that I graduate in my French university in July.
Does anyone know whether Leiden is a good choice in EU Law? I know it enjoys a high reputation, but according to a law lecturer I talked to recently, Leiden is a bit "on the drop", in his words.

I've just been admitted to Leiden ont the LLM European Law. Quite a surprise, they only require of me that I graduate in my French university in July.
Does anyone know whether Leiden is a good choice in EU Law? I know it enjoys a high reputation, but according to a law lecturer I talked to recently, Leiden is a bit "on the drop", in his words.
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etienne

How does it compare to London universities? I mean the King's, UCL etc.

How does it compare to London universities? I mean the King's, UCL etc.
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nkl

as I said before, I was admitted too at the LLM in european business law. people who are studying there told me good things about the program, professors and evironment.
i'm waiting admission results also from utrech, rotterdam and leuven, but i'm well oriented to leiden. untill now i've heard good judgements about the european law in leiden

as I said before, I was admitted too at the LLM in european business law. people who are studying there told me good things about the program, professors and evironment.
i'm waiting admission results also from utrech, rotterdam and leuven, but i'm well oriented to leiden. untill now i've heard good judgements about the european law in leiden
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nkl

bubble,
i would choose utrecht for int.law

bubble,
i would choose utrecht for int.law
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etienne

Not so sure, I have heard many good things about leiden in PIL. The LLM is co-directed by John Dugard and Nico Schrijver, both of which are good experts. The staff generally look good too. Plus Leiden is located a few miles away from The Hague.

As far as international law is concerned, I would rather recommend Leiden. but I guess this is all about the good old Leiden-Utrecht rivalry. And since I've been admitted to Leiden (but I'm still awaiting a reply from Utrecht), I might well be slightly biased...

Not so sure, I have heard many good things about leiden in PIL. The LLM is co-directed by John Dugard and Nico Schrijver, both of which are good experts. The staff generally look good too. Plus Leiden is located a few miles away from The Hague.

As far as international law is concerned, I would rather recommend Leiden. but I guess this is all about the good old Leiden-Utrecht rivalry. And since I've been admitted to Leiden (but I'm still awaiting a reply from Utrecht), I might well be slightly biased...
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bubbles

why would you suggest utrecht for intl law?

why would you suggest utrecht for intl law?
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etienne

Now Utrecht have admitted me as well to study in their European Law LLM. The godd old classical choice between Leiden and Utrecht is back again...
Do any of you know whether Utrecht is better than Leiden in EU Law? Leiden have the Common Market Law Review and a European law centre, and only require me to pay the home fees (1500 euros), whereas the UU fees are 9 000 euros. IS there any big gap between both unis in EU Law?

Now Utrecht have admitted me as well to study in their European Law LLM. The godd old classical choice between Leiden and Utrecht is back again...
Do any of you know whether Utrecht is better than Leiden in EU Law? Leiden have the Common Market Law Review and a European law centre, and only require me to pay the home fees (1500 euros), whereas the UU fees are 9 000 euros. IS there any big gap between both unis in EU Law?
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nkl

etienne,
I would choose leiden. I've applied to utrecht too, but I'll choose leiden because the EU business law programme (that's my option) is more specifithan a general EUlaw programme like the one in Utrecht. It depends on what you are looking for and what you need from the llm. The CML Rev. is just something more, but no so relevant.
good luck

etienne,
I would choose leiden. I've applied to utrecht too, but I'll choose leiden because the EU business law programme (that's my option) is more specifithan a general EUlaw programme like the one in Utrecht. It depends on what you are looking for and what you need from the llm. The CML Rev. is just something more, but no so relevant.
good luck
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etienne

I'm actually applying for the LL.M. in European Law, not EU Business Law (but one of my friends will attend it). I can't see any big difference between Utrecht and Leiden as to the level of their respective general European Law programmes. It is just that UU allows for a wider range of courses, but I'm actually more looking for the classical EU law courses, which are all in Leiden's LL.M.
The fees will make the choice: Leiden it will be, then.

I'm actually applying for the LL.M. in European Law, not EU Business Law (but one of my friends will attend it). I can't see any big difference between Utrecht and Leiden as to the level of their respective general European Law programmes. It is just that UU allows for a wider range of courses, but I'm actually more looking for the classical EU law courses, which are all in Leiden's LL.M.
The fees will make the choice: Leiden it will be, then.
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nkl

Good choice, so see u in leiden!
I've been admitted too at uu, but it was since the beginning the second choice.
I'm still waiting an answer from the colege d'europe, but I'm honest, it will be very difficult.
good luck for your studies.
nkl

Good choice, so see u in leiden!
I've been admitted too at uu, but it was since the beginning the second choice.
I'm still waiting an answer from the colege d'europe, but I'm honest, it will be very difficult.
good luck for your studies.
nkl
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UCHKEKEN

Hi, everyone!
Im currently studying at Leiden University, Adv. European Business Law. What I can say?
This place is very good. Programme definitely high-level; very qualified academic staff (Tax Law, WTO Law, Competition Law, etc.) One of the best scholars of Europe are teaching here. Moreover the course is very-very tuff and busy. Its not a good idea to come to Leiden to get a fun! Be sure.
But what I like best of all is that teachers are current practitioners on theirs fields (International Arbitration, WTO Law, etc.)
By the way, recently I had Moot Arbitration in Peace Palace (the Hague) where Permanent Court of Arbitration located. And the president arbitrator was Marten Hunter!
At least sun is shining in Leiden!!! ; )

Hi, everyone!
I’m currently studying at Leiden University, Adv. European Business Law. What I can say?
This place is very good. Programme definitely high-level; very qualified academic staff (Tax Law, WTO Law, Competition Law, etc.) One of the best scholars of Europe are teaching here. Moreover the course is very-very tuff and busy. It’s not a good idea to come to Leiden to get a fun! Be sure.
But what I like best of all is that teachers are current practitioners on theirs fields (International Arbitration, WTO Law, etc.)
By the way, recently I had Moot Arbitration in Peace Palace (the Hague) where Permanent Court of Arbitration located. And the president arbitrator was Marten Hunter!
At least sun is shining in Leiden!!! ; )


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etienne

Hi kemal

I was admitted in leiden in European Law, but it is not what they call an "international master", even though they still call it an LLM (it's not the same as the EU Business Law one). From what I have heard so far, it is a good program, but I still have doubts: do you know people studying on that Master? Is it worth it?

Hi kemal

I was admitted in leiden in European Law, but it is not what they call an "international master", even though they still call it an LLM (it's not the same as the EU Business Law one). From what I have heard so far, it is a good program, but I still have doubts: do you know people studying on that Master? Is it worth it?
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UCHKEKEN

Hi,
I advise you to contact to one of the coordinators. They will forward your request to students.

Hi,
I advise you to contact to one of the coordinators. They will forward your request to students.
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surprised

hi,
is leiden really that good for public international law?

hi,
is leiden really that good for public international law?
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illy

i have been accepted into both for the LLM in PIL ... i intend to go to Leiden .... anyone else starting in Leiden in Sep 07? Any Aussies going there? :o)

i have been accepted into both for the LLM in PIL ... i intend to go to Leiden .... anyone else starting in Leiden in Sep 07? Any Aussies going there? :o)
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kris1984

i have been accepted into both for the LLM in PIL ... i intend to go to Leiden .... anyone else starting in Leiden in Sep 07? Any Aussies going there? :o)


Hey,

I got in too! I'll probably end up going. Everyone I talk to says Leiden is one of the best unis in Europe. I'm Canadian btw.

Chris

<blockquote>i have been accepted into both for the LLM in PIL ... i intend to go to Leiden .... anyone else starting in Leiden in Sep 07? Any Aussies going there? :o)</blockquote>

Hey,

I got in too! I'll probably end up going. Everyone I talk to says Leiden is one of the best unis in Europe. I'm Canadian btw.

Chris
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tttv^

Damn... Perhaps I should hurry up with my Applications :/

Damn... Perhaps I should hurry up with my Applications :/
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