LLM deadlines in the Netherlands


CiaraG

Hey everybody!

I am applying for an LLM programme in the Netherlands (am considering Amsterdam, Groningen, Leiden) and I was wondering if any of you could tell me how their deadlines actually work?
Is it the same saystem as in the UK for example - that they accept applications on the ''rolling basis'' and in case their capacities get full before the stated deadline, they will reject all the applications coming afterwards (even though they came in before the deadline)?
Or do they consider and evaluate (and potentially accept) all the applicants that apply before the deadline.

Thanks so much

Hey everybody!

I am applying for an LLM programme in the Netherlands (am considering Amsterdam, Groningen, Leiden) and I was wondering if any of you could tell me how their deadlines actually work?
Is it the same saystem as in the UK for example - that they accept applications on the ''rolling basis'' and in case their capacities get full before the stated deadline, they will reject all the applications coming afterwards (even though they came in before the deadline)?
Or do they consider and evaluate (and potentially accept) all the applicants that apply before the deadline.

Thanks so much
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Cristiana

Hi! Thank you for your question! As far as I know all the applications are decided on an individual basis, so all you have to do is submit all the necessary documents in time and then after the university will give you an answer as for whether or not you are admitted. The admission procedure can take up to six weeks. Candidates are admitted on the basis of their merits as I said before, so as soon as the number of eligible candidates starts to exceed the number of places available, the best candidates are selected for the remaining places. Candidates, who do not yet fulfil all requirements for admission, may be admitted conditionally, pending fulfilment of remaining requirements. I hope this answers your question and if you have any others, please let me know! :)

Hi! Thank you for your question! As far as I know all the applications are decided on an individual basis, so all you have to do is submit all the necessary documents in time and then after the university will give you an answer as for whether or not you are admitted. The admission procedure can take up to six weeks. Candidates are admitted on the basis of their merits as I said before, so as soon as the number of eligible candidates starts to exceed the number of places available, the best candidates are selected for the remaining places. Candidates, who do not yet fulfil all requirements for admission, may be admitted conditionally, pending fulfilment of remaining requirements. I hope this answers your question and if you have any others, please let me know! :)
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