Leiden conditional admission


nikola18
Hey everyone,

I've just got an e-mail from the Admission Office that I am "conditionally admitted" to the LL.M programme in Public International Law. The conditions are that my Uni needs to send my certified diploma and transcripts. Is that more or less a formality and now I can start celebrating?

Thank you.
Hey everyone,

I've just got an e-mail from the Admission Office that I am "conditionally admitted" to the LL.M programme in Public International Law. The conditions are that my Uni needs to send my certified diploma and transcripts. Is that more or less a formality and now I can start celebrating?

Thank you.
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Its a bit strange making an application without supplying such transcripts. You re obliged to. As i know leidens llm is rather expensive and you just started id suggest you start celebrating when you pursue your llm with a decent grade and afterwards you get a job.
Its a bit strange making an application without supplying such transcripts. You re obliged to. As i know leidens llm is rather expensive and you just started id suggest you start celebrating when you pursue your llm with a decent grade and afterwards you get a job.
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nikola18
Actually, I have provided copies of those documents in my online application. The Uni however requires me to send those documents by post in its original form, that is why I asked.

Since I have applied for that programme, it is evident that I fully realise the costs of it. My question was somewhat different but never mind.
Actually, I have provided copies of those documents in my online application. The Uni however requires me to send those documents by post in its original form, that is why I asked.

Since I have applied for that programme, it is evident that I fully realise the costs of it. My question was somewhat different but never mind.
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j.J
You should ask your University to send them to Leiden, then I think that you can start celebrating
You should ask your University to send them to Leiden, then I think that you can start celebrating
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hi,
am planning to apply for Leiden llm (PIL) 2017.can anyone help me with the details
hi,
am planning to apply for Leiden llm (PIL) 2017.can anyone help me with the details
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RCR84
Hey everyone,

I've just got an e-mail from the Admission Office that I am "conditionally admitted" to the LL.M programme in Public International Law. The conditions are that my Uni needs to send my certified diploma and transcripts. Is that more or less a formality and now I can start celebrating?

Thank you.


Yeah you can celebrate (although I would celebrate if you got a scholarship or LEXiS award ;) ) but getting admitted is alone is awesome.

You just need to get on that quickly. Dont know where you are located but you need to coordinate this with your university and if they are not in english must procure a translation. Also take into account the time spent on them getting there, usually they are sent through ups of fedex.

Also I believe all this is coordinated by Mrs. Domburg and she is out of the office until August 8th. She is incredibly helpful and cordial not to mention quite expeditious in responding, but since she is out there may be some delays with who manages to receive the documents and follows up the uni sending your final unconditional admission.

[Edited by RCR84 on Jul 22, 2016]

[quote]Hey everyone,

I've just got an e-mail from the Admission Office that I am "conditionally admitted" to the LL.M programme in Public International Law. The conditions are that my Uni needs to send my certified diploma and transcripts. Is that more or less a formality and now I can start celebrating?

Thank you. [/quote]

Yeah you can celebrate (although I would celebrate if you got a scholarship or LEXiS award ;) ) but getting admitted is alone is awesome.

You just need to get on that quickly. Dont know where you are located but you need to coordinate this with your university and if they are not in english must procure a translation. Also take into account the time spent on them getting there, usually they are sent through ups of fedex.

Also I believe all this is coordinated by Mrs. Domburg and she is out of the office until August 8th. She is incredibly helpful and cordial not to mention quite expeditious in responding, but since she is out there may be some delays with who manages to receive the documents and follows up the uni sending your final unconditional admission.
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