LLM Public International Law / Human Rights - Leiden, Utrecht or other Universities?


Hi!
I am interested in applying for an LLM in Human Rights, and I need some help to decide on which universities I'll apply to.
I'm aware that the Advanced Master in Human Rights in Leiden is very well rated. However I am not able to pay the very hight tuition fees that are required. As such, I wonder if the regular Master in Public International Law in Leiden is still a better option than other Universities in the Netherlands. I am specially interested in Utrecht Publich International Law LLM, because it offers the specialization in Human Rights and because of its proximity to The Hague.
Nonetheless, I am interested in earing any imput you might have about other Masters in this field in other Universities in the Netherladns or elsewhere.
Can anywone help me?
Thank you very much!

[Edited by Inês Ferreira on Mar 18, 2019]

Hi!
I am interested in applying for an LLM in Human Rights, and I need some help to decide on which universities I'll apply to.
I'm aware that the Advanced Master in Human Rights in Leiden is very well rated. However I am not able to pay the very hight tuition fees that are required. As such, I wonder if the regular Master in Public International Law in Leiden is still a better option than other Universities in the Netherlands. I am specially interested in Utrecht Publich International Law LLM, because it offers the specialization in Human Rights and because of its proximity to The Hague.
Nonetheless, I am interested in earing any imput you might have about other Masters in this field in other Universities in the Netherladns or elsewhere.
Can anywone help me?
Thank you very much!
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Hi!
I am a graduate of the Public International Law Programme of the University of Groningen. In my programme I have also followed some mandatory courses from the International Human Rights Law Masters and I found them very well-taught. Also, the PIL master (including the HR course) has been ranked as the best in the Netherlands, so you might want to consider this when you apply. If you are concerned about the financial aspect, the University also offers scholarships (University Talent Grant - this is how it is called). So, overall, I would highly recommend to also consider the RUG among your options.

Cheers,
Marina
Hi!
I am a graduate of the Public International Law Programme of the University of Groningen. In my programme I have also followed some mandatory courses from the International Human Rights Law Masters and I found them very well-taught. Also, the PIL master (including the HR course) has been ranked as the best in the Netherlands, so you might want to consider this when you apply. If you are concerned about the financial aspect, the University also offers scholarships (University Talent Grant - this is how it is called). So, overall, I would highly recommend to also consider the RUG among your options.

Cheers,
Marina
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