LLM International law in the Netherlands


Euro7
Hello,
i have a question for you:
a sent 3 application:
- Tilburg university for international law
- Maastricht university for globalisation and law - human rights
- Maastricht university international laws (2 years)

I got admission (at now) for option 1 and 2
Regardging option 3: does someone know the difference between the two programs? they seem almost the same (except 1 year abroad)
After that:
Tilburg or Maastricht?
Hello,
i have a question for you:
a sent 3 application:
- Tilburg university for international law
- Maastricht university for globalisation and law - human rights
- Maastricht university international laws (2 years)

I got admission (at now) for option 1 and 2
Regardging option 3: does someone know the difference between the two programs? they seem almost the same (except 1 year abroad)
After that:
Tilburg or Maastricht?
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AIMTSI
Hello there and congratulations for both your acceptances.
I m now graduating the International law and Human Rights LLM of Tilburg and I have to say that it was exactly what I was hoping for.
A really interesting program, with a variety of courses, and since the Masters is International and European Law you can also-if you want- choose some courses of the EU law track.
As far as the city is concerned,although I give points for beauty to Maastricht, Tilburg is much cheaper especially renting a room and eating/drinking out.
For me, TIlburg as a university and as a city was an amazing experience (if you come also join top week ;))
Enjoy your year!!
Hello there and congratulations for both your acceptances.
I m now graduating the International law and Human Rights LLM of Tilburg and I have to say that it was exactly what I was hoping for.
A really interesting program, with a variety of courses, and since the Masters is International and European Law you can also-if you want- choose some courses of the EU law track.
As far as the city is concerned,although I give points for beauty to Maastricht, Tilburg is much cheaper especially renting a room and eating/drinking out.
For me, TIlburg as a university and as a city was an amazing experience (if you come also join top week ;))
Enjoy your year!!
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Chiaretta
Hi everyone!
I'm going to apply for the same programme, but I just need a piece of advice on the motivation letter: How long should it be? Do they want you to talk mainly about why Tilburg and whay that programme, or dedicate just one paragraph, focusing equally on my experiences?
Hi everyone!
I'm going to apply for the same programme, but I just need a piece of advice on the motivation letter: How long should it be? Do they want you to talk mainly about why Tilburg and whay that programme, or dedicate just one paragraph, focusing equally on my experiences?
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Euro7
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