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Mila

Hi Guys,

I am a Dutch law student and I saw your questions regarding several dutch law schools. I just want to draw your attention to the latest Elsevier ranking for law schools
1. Tilburg University
2. Groningen
3. Utrecht
4. Amsterdam Free University
5. Nijmegen
6.Maastricht
7. University of Amsterdam
8. Leiden
9. Eurasmus Rotterdam

This ranking was made by Dutch Law Professors.
Also, Tilburg University is ranked # 35 in the world in the latest SSRN law school ranking, being the second European University after Cambridge. Its only a young university, but a really good one. Leiden is the oldest university in the Netherlands, and is therefore the most well-known one abroad, but its reputation is based on performance in the past, rather than on present achievements.

Maybe this is of any help for you in deciding wich university to choose.

Hi Guys,

I am a Dutch law student and I saw your questions regarding several dutch law schools. I just want to draw your attention to the latest Elsevier ranking for law schools
1. Tilburg University
2. Groningen
3. Utrecht
4. Amsterdam Free University
5. Nijmegen
6.Maastricht
7. University of Amsterdam
8. Leiden
9. Eurasmus Rotterdam

This ranking was made by Dutch Law Professors.
Also, Tilburg University is ranked # 35 in the world in the latest SSRN law school ranking, being the second European University after Cambridge. Its only a young university, but a really good one. Leiden is the oldest university in the Netherlands, and is therefore the most well-known one abroad, but its reputation is based on performance in the past, rather than on present achievements.

Maybe this is of any help for you in deciding wich university to choose.
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york

Can you give a reference for your rankings?

The picture is a bit different if you look at the 2005 global university ranking by the Institute of Higher Education, Shanghai. Please note that this ranking does take into account the performance in the past, such as the number of Nobel prize winners, see http://ed.sjtu.edu.cn/rank/2005/ ARWU2005Methodology.htm#Meth1
Also it's not a ranking of law schools, but of universities in general:

01 Univ Cambridge
02 Univ Oxford
03 Imperial Coll London
04 Univ Coll London
05 Swiss Fed Inst Tech - Zurich
06 Univ Utrecht
07 Karolinska Inst Stockholm
08 Univ Paris 06
09 Univ Edinburgh
10 Univ Munich
11 Tech Univ Munich
12 Univ Manchester
13 Univ Copenhagen
13 Univ Zurich
15 Uppsala Univ
16 Univ Paris 11
17 Univ Bristol
18 Univ Sheffield
19 Moscow State Univ
20 Univ Oslo
21 Univ Heidelberg
22 Univ Leiden
23 Univ Helsinki
24 King's Coll London
25 Univ Nottingham

http://ed.sjtu.edu.cn/rank/2005/ARWU2005Main.htm

Can you give a reference for your rankings?

The picture is a bit different if you look at the 2005 global university ranking by the Institute of Higher Education, Shanghai. Please note that this ranking does take into account the performance in the past, such as the number of Nobel prize winners, see http://ed.sjtu.edu.cn/rank/2005/ ARWU2005Methodology.htm#Meth1
Also it's not a ranking of law schools, but of universities in general:

01 Univ Cambridge
02 Univ Oxford
03 Imperial Coll London
04 Univ Coll London
05 Swiss Fed Inst Tech - Zurich
06 Univ Utrecht
07 Karolinska Inst Stockholm
08 Univ Paris 06
09 Univ Edinburgh
10 Univ Munich
11 Tech Univ Munich
12 Univ Manchester
13 Univ Copenhagen
13 Univ Zurich
15 Uppsala Univ
16 Univ Paris 11
17 Univ Bristol
18 Univ Sheffield
19 Moscow State Univ
20 Univ Oslo
21 Univ Heidelberg
22 Univ Leiden
23 Univ Helsinki
24 King's Coll London
25 Univ Nottingham

http://ed.sjtu.edu.cn/rank/2005/ARWU2005Main.htm
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york

That's only the European unis of course... Most of the top unis worldwide are still American.

That's only the European unis of course... Most of the top unis worldwide are still American.
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alphaOne

Don t worry,

The pallas program s quality is quite good. A lot of prestigious law firms take part in the program. As you in the description the llm pallas consortium offers, you got at the end a llm that is recognised by ten universities. Professors of these ten universities take part in teaching.

greets

roeland


actually it is the 8 participating Universities and other universities too (Leuven, Geneva, Rotterdam). over 60 different lecturers teach during the program

<blockquote>Don t worry,

The pallas program s quality is quite good. A lot of prestigious law firms take part in the program. As you in the description the llm pallas consortium offers, you got at the end a llm that is recognised by ten universities. Professors of these ten universities take part in teaching.

greets

roeland</blockquote>

actually it is the 8 participating Universities and other universities too (Leuven, Geneva, Rotterdam). over 60 different lecturers teach during the program
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Amarth

what do you think about the programs in the Univesity of Amsterdam?

I have 3 years profesional experience in business and trade law, which program do you recommend me?

Thanks in advance.

David

what do you think about the programs in the Univesity of Amsterdam?

I have 3 years profesional experience in business and trade law, which program do you recommend me?

Thanks in advance.

David

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Joanna

Hi David,

I would suggest to check the programmes offered byTilburg University. Currently, it is the best university in NL. The content of International and European Business Law is much more interesting than in Amsterdam (at least for me).

Hi David,

I would suggest to check the programmes offered byTilburg University. Currently, it is the best university in NL. The content of International and European Business Law is much more interesting than in Amsterdam (at least for me).
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