LLM European Law - Leiden, Maastricht, Utrecht


tom7

Hi everyone, I really need your help. I have been conditionally admitted to Utrecht, Maastricht and Leiden to study LLM EU law. Im finding it so difficult to decide where to go. Which one do you think is the best university for EU law? Which one has the best reputation for EU law?
Any thoughts or personal experience on the above universities would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

Hi everyone, I really need your help. I have been conditionally admitted to Utrecht, Maastricht and Leiden to study LLM EU law. I’m finding it so difficult to decide where to go. Which one do you think is the best university for EU law? Which one has the best reputation for EU law?
Any thoughts or personal experience on the above universities would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

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lawyer8

All good schools. The QS ranking, which lists law schools by strengths in publications (citations per paper, etc.), as well as employer reputation, puts Leiden ahead of the others.

I think that for EU law, all three programs have comparable offerings, though. A lot will depend on which course's curriculum appeals to you.

All good schools. The QS ranking, which lists law schools by strengths in publications (citations per paper, etc.), as well as employer reputation, puts Leiden ahead of the others.

I think that for EU law, all three programs have comparable offerings, though. A lot will depend on which course's curriculum appeals to you.
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