LLM fees in university of Leiden


Hi

I am thinking of applying for the university of leidens masters in international public law and I just have a question about the fees. They seem to change dramatically depending on who I talk to or which website I look at. Is there anyone who can Gov me a definitive answer on them?
I am from Ireland and I am 23. I have never studied for a masters before.
Any help would be welcome

Hi

I am thinking of applying for the university of leidens masters in international public law and I just have a question about the fees. They seem to change dramatically depending on who I talk to or which website I look at. Is there anyone who can Gov me a definitive answer on them?
I am from Ireland and I am 23. I have never studied for a masters before.
Any help would be welcome
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redgie321

Hi,
Being Irish, you are part of the EU and should be eligable for EU fees, thus it is around 1700 euros providing you havent completed a degree (i think this is limited to masters programs) at Leiden before.

Fill in the fee calculator on the side in the below link to see what it gives you regarding you circumstances:
http://en.mastersinleiden.nl/programmes/public-international-law-specialisation/en/introduction/

Hope this helps

Hi,
Being Irish, you are part of the EU and should be eligable for EU fees, thus it is around 1700 euros providing you havent completed a degree (i think this is limited to masters programs) at Leiden before.

Fill in the fee calculator on the side in the below link to see what it gives you regarding you circumstances:
http://en.mastersinleiden.nl/programmes/public-international-law-specialisation/en/introduction/

Hope this helps
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vect

Since you are an EU citizen, you will pay the statutory fees (circa 1700 euros). you just have to register with the local municipality. This registration will be proof of the fact that you are residing in the Netherlands at the start of the academic year. (Their fees are based on residence, much like in the UK it seems)

I've emailed a couple of Dutch unis. This was the reply I received. Email Leiden to clear up any doubts. they should get back to you quickly.

Since you are an EU citizen, you will pay the statutory fees (circa 1700 euros). you just have to register with the local municipality. This registration will be proof of the fact that you are residing in the Netherlands at the start of the academic year. (Their fees are based on residence, much like in the UK it seems)

I've emailed a couple of Dutch unis. This was the reply I received. Email Leiden to clear up any doubts. they should get back to you quickly.
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