LLM NETHERLANDS


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I have some opinion about the admission process at Tilburg University, they work really fast.

I applied through the internet on 10th of January 2008, on 17th of January 2008 I sent my documents and ordered ets to send in my TOEFL score to the university. Tilburg University received my documents on 6th of february 2008, it took only 2 days for them to review my documents, and on 8th of February they informed me that i have been admitted for the International and european public law.
Altough the law faculty is relatively new compare to leiden, I believe the LLM programme at Tilburg is quite famous and has a lot of international cooperation with other universities around the world.

By the way, does anybody around here, applied and admitted at Tilburg?




I was admitted and will go there in August!

<blockquote>I have some opinion about the admission process at Tilburg University, they work really fast.

I applied through the internet on 10th of January 2008, on 17th of January 2008 I sent my documents and ordered ets to send in my TOEFL score to the university. Tilburg University received my documents on 6th of february 2008, it took only 2 days for them to review my documents, and on 8th of February they informed me that i have been admitted for the International and european public law.
Altough the law faculty is relatively new compare to leiden, I believe the LLM programme at Tilburg is quite famous and has a lot of international cooperation with other universities around the world.

By the way, does anybody around here, applied and admitted at Tilburg?

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I was admitted and will go there in August!
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lisbonlaw

I've been admitted to Leiden, European Law - has anyone made a decision yet about staying in Leiden? Cause I have to send a deposit for the university to arrange accomodation, and I dont know if it's worth it - I'd rather find an apartment than staying in a student dorm, but I'm afraid it's too much expensive. If anyone knows the average prince range for rooms in Leiden, I'd be so glad.
thanks in advance!

I've been admitted to Leiden, European Law - has anyone made a decision yet about staying in Leiden? Cause I have to send a deposit for the university to arrange accomodation, and I dont know if it's worth it - I'd rather find an apartment than staying in a student dorm, but I'm afraid it's too much expensive. If anyone knows the average prince range for rooms in Leiden, I'd be so glad.
thanks in advance!
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I've been admitted to Leiden, European Law - has anyone made a decision yet about staying in Leiden? Cause I have to send a deposit for the university to arrange accomodation, and I dont know if it's worth it - I'd rather find an apartment than staying in a student dorm, but I'm afraid it's too much expensive. If anyone knows the average prince range for rooms in Leiden, I'd be so glad.
thanks in advance!


Prices can be 300 per month for a room in a shared house/apartment and 550+ for a single apartment. In the student accomodation a single room is around 450, but there are apartments within the student buildings (many of them very nice) for around 650. If you look at the website of SLS Wonen you can see what's available.

<blockquote>I've been admitted to Leiden, European Law - has anyone made a decision yet about staying in Leiden? Cause I have to send a deposit for the university to arrange accomodation, and I dont know if it's worth it - I'd rather find an apartment than staying in a student dorm, but I'm afraid it's too much expensive. If anyone knows the average prince range for rooms in Leiden, I'd be so glad.
thanks in advance!</blockquote>

Prices can be €300 per month for a room in a shared house/apartment and €550+ for a single apartment. In the student accomodation a single room is around €450, but there are apartments within the student buildings (many of them very nice) for around €650. If you look at the website of SLS Wonen you can see what's available.
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