Maastricht European Law School vs.European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation Venice


Hello everyone,
I'm considering to apply to both Maastricht European Law School and European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation Venice.
I'm interested in fundamental rights, migration, social issues but also to EU law in general.
I also would like to enroll in a program which could provide useful skills for lawyers, and not only for officials or NGOs emplyoees ( prospective I'm interested in too, anyway).
Does anyone have any advice regarding this choice?

Hello everyone,
I'm considering to apply to both Maastricht European Law School and European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation Venice.
I'm interested in fundamental rights, migration, social issues but also to EU law in general.
I also would like to enroll in a program which could provide useful skills for lawyers, and not only for officials or NGOs emplyoees ( prospective I'm interested in too, anyway).
Does anyone have any advice regarding this choice?
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Martilaw

Hello! I am currently studying EU law at University of Maastricht. It is a great program! it is also quite tough! But If I could go back I would rather specialise in Human Rights because I feel it is somehow more 'specific' than EU law. Maastricht also offers that specialisation within Law and Globalisation.

Hello! I am currently studying EU law at University of Maastricht. It is a great program! it is also quite tough! But If I could go back I would rather specialise in Human Rights because I feel it is somehow more 'specific' than EU law. Maastricht also offers that specialisation within Law and Globalisation.
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