LLM in International Child's Rights


Hello everyone,
I am thinking of applying for LLM in International Child's Rights at Leiden University, February 2020 intake. As my keen interest is in family law aspect of Private International Law, would the said course be a suitable option for me?
Also, I would like to know what are the career aspects of the said course in Leiden University given the fact that they give a 1-year search visa.

[Edited by Siddharth Manocha on Jan 27, 2019]

Hello everyone,
I am thinking of applying for LLM in International Child's Rights at Leiden University, February 2020 intake. As my keen interest is in family law aspect of Private International Law, would the said course be a suitable option for me?
Also, I would like to know what are the career aspects of the said course in Leiden University given the fact that they give a 1-year search visa.
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Dear Sitdharth Manocha,

Regarding your question of the family law aspect I can refer you to the E-study guide (link: https://studiegids.leidenuniv.nl/studies/show/7185/advanced-studies-of-international-children-s-rights ) where you can see the course descriptions and learning goals. Also I could ask one of our alumni to contact you via e-mail. Please send me your e-mail address via childrensrights@law.leidenuniv.nl to share this with an alumna. The Orientation Year is intended for graduates of well-ranked Dutch universities who require a residence permit to reside in the Netherlands. You can apply for an Orientation Year up to three years after graduating from your Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD programme. As a holder of an Orientation Year residence permit you can reside in the Netherlands for up to one year, seek employment and work. No additional work permit is required.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.

Regards,
Esther Uiterweerd childrensrights@law.leidenuniv.nl
Dear Sitdharth Manocha,

Regarding your question of the family law aspect I can refer you to the E-study guide (link: https://studiegids.leidenuniv.nl/studies/show/7185/advanced-studies-of-international-children-s-rights ) where you can see the course descriptions and learning goals. Also I could ask one of our alumni to contact you via e-mail. Please send me your e-mail address via childrensrights@law.leidenuniv.nl to share this with an alumna. The Orientation Year is intended for graduates of well-ranked Dutch universities who require a residence permit to reside in the Netherlands. You can apply for an Orientation Year up to three years after graduating from your Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD programme. As a holder of an Orientation Year residence permit you can reside in the Netherlands for up to one year, seek employment and work. No additional work permit is required.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.

Regards,
Esther Uiterweerd childrensrights@law.leidenuniv.nl
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