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According to its website, Leiden University has approximately 1,200 international students every year. Does anyone know about the size of the LLM programme and the number of international students in this programme?

According to its website, Leiden University has approximately 1,200 international students every year. Does anyone know about the size of the LLM programme and the number of international students in this programme?
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axelw

I am confused now, I recently got accepted to Utrecht's International Law program and I am waiting for results from Leiden, which one do you guys think is a better program?

Axel

I am confused now, I recently got accepted to Utrecht's International Law program and I am waiting for results from Leiden, which one do you guys think is a better program?

Axel
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Marks

You can't go wrong with either one.

You can't go wrong with either one.
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Johannes

According to its website, Leiden University has approximately 1,200 international students every year. Does anyone know about the size of the LLM programme and the number of international students in this programme?


Hi Guys!!
I accepted an offer by the Leiden University. And in September, I will start the programme in Public International Law (and international Criminal Law Specialisation).
I am very with that, because the Course descriptions sound very interesting.
Is ther anyone, who will also participate in that programme?
I am also wondering how many student will be in that programme. I could not find anythink on their homepage. If someone knows please tell me.
Oh by the way, I already have been there for a day to have a look around and I have to say that it is a beautiful city!!!
And the beach is just about 5km out of the town.

Johannes

<blockquote>According to its website, Leiden University has approximately 1,200 international students every year. Does anyone know about the size of the LLM programme and the number of international students in this programme?</blockquote>

Hi Guys!!
I accepted an offer by the Leiden University. And in September, I will start the programme in Public International Law (and international Criminal Law Specialisation).
I am very with that, because the Course descriptions sound very interesting.
Is ther anyone, who will also participate in that programme?
I am also wondering how many student will be in that programme. I could not find anythink on their homepage. If someone knows please tell me.
Oh by the way, I already have been there for a day to have a look around and I have to say that it is a beautiful city!!!
And the beach is just about 5km out of the town.

Johannes

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UCHKEKEN

Dear all! I'm Kemal from North Caucasus (Russia).
I have been admitted to LLM programme in Leiden University (European Business Law). I am confused now. Is it a nice way to study in Master course in Leiden and will it easy to me to find a job in some companies or legal firms?
It s a very important to me. Im a newcomer and please excuse for some my naivety questions. Kemal.

Dear all! I'm Kemal from North Caucasus (Russia).
I have been admitted to LLM programme in Leiden University (European Business Law). I am confused now. Is it a nice way to study in Master course in Leiden and will it easy to me to find a job in some companies or legal firms?
It” s a very important to me. I’m a newcomer and please excuse for some my naivety questions. Kemal.
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roeland

Hi guys,

I am graduating at Maastricht University (European Law School) and I am employed as a student assistent over there. I work for the Chairman of the education institute so I have inside information about the ranking of the programs. I am a bit concerned about your knowledge of the rankings of the different dutch programs. I know for 100% sure that Maastricht University is qualified as best university for 2 successive years. This year even two research institutes found Maastricht the best one. Another argument is that maastricht university participates in all the moot courts. With regard to the ELMC one that reached 4 times the final out of 11 editions. The groups that reached the final also consisted out of LLM students. Recently a group of LLM students became third at the WTO Moot Court in Geneva.
Further I also have a lot of contact with the LLM students as a graduating student (assistant). Concrete results are that two LLM students of the Maastricht MIC program (Magister Iuris Communis) managed to get into the Blue Book of the European Union. One recently got into the WTO.
So I would definitely advise you students considering doing an LLM program in the Netherlands look at the information on the MIC program!!!
PB maybe is right in saying that much noble price winners come from Utrecht. With regard to the Moot Courts I can say Maastricht University defeated Utrecht this year Utrecht in both (Jessup and ELMC).

Hi guys,

I am graduating at Maastricht University (European Law School) and I am employed as a student assistent over there. I work for the Chairman of the education institute so I have inside information about the ranking of the programs. I am a bit concerned about your knowledge of the rankings of the different dutch programs. I know for 100% sure that Maastricht University is qualified as best university for 2 successive years. This year even two research institutes found Maastricht the best one. Another argument is that maastricht university participates in all the moot courts. With regard to the ELMC one that reached 4 times the final out of 11 editions. The groups that reached the final also consisted out of LLM students. Recently a group of LLM students became third at the WTO Moot Court in Geneva.
Further I also have a lot of contact with the LLM students as a graduating student (assistant). Concrete results are that two LLM students of the Maastricht MIC program (Magister Iuris Communis) managed to get into the Blue Book of the European Union. One recently got into the WTO.
So I would definitely advise you students considering doing an LLM program in the Netherlands look at the information on the MIC program!!!
PB maybe is right in saying that much noble price winners come from Utrecht. With regard to the Moot Courts I can say Maastricht University defeated Utrecht this year Utrecht in both (Jessup and ELMC).

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hi this is to marks

i am interested in the air and space law llm or the joint degree with llm/mba from leiden. how good are they and would u know or have any information about what is the recruitment like from those institutions. to which sort of companies if at all
any help will be appreciated.

hi this is to marks

i am interested in the air and space law llm or the joint degree with llm/mba from leiden. how good are they and would u know or have any information about what is the recruitment like from those institutions. to which sort of companies if at all
any help will be appreciated.
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Johannes

hi this is to marks

i am interested in the air and space law llm or the joint degree with llm/mba from leiden. how good are they and would u know or have any information about what is the recruitment like from those institutions. to which sort of companies if at all
any help will be appreciated.


Hi!

I personally am participating in the Public International Law Programme of the University of Leiden.
But I already worked a bit in the field of Air and Space Law. I already participated at a ECSL Summer Course on Space Law and Policy. So I know all the importent european Prof concerning space law. Therefore I already had lectures and conferences with some Prof. of this programme. Especially Prof. Haanappel and Prof. van der Dunk are very nice and make a very good education. They are really professionals in their field and participate on conferences all over the world.
Concerning the Space law programme, Leiden has a very good reputation and also airlines, ESA, Arianespace ect. know this.
And compared to Leiden there is only McGill and Paris XI that have such a programme.

Johannes

<blockquote>hi this is to marks

i am interested in the air and space law llm or the joint degree with llm/mba from leiden. how good are they and would u know or have any information about what is the recruitment like from those institutions. to which sort of companies if at all
any help will be appreciated.</blockquote>

Hi!

I personally am participating in the Public International Law Programme of the University of Leiden.
But I already worked a bit in the field of Air and Space Law. I already participated at a ECSL Summer Course on Space Law and Policy. So I know all the importent european Prof concerning space law. Therefore I already had lectures and conferences with some Prof. of this programme. Especially Prof. Haanappel and Prof. van der Dunk are very nice and make a very good education. They are really professionals in their field and participate on conferences all over the world.
Concerning the Space law programme, Leiden has a very good reputation and also airlines, ESA, Arianespace ect. know this.
And compared to Leiden there is only McGill and Paris XI that have such a programme.

Johannes
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