Proof of funds for Leiden LLM application


RCR84



Thank you so much! I'll probably just see you in Leiden haha :)


Well, Leiden should be fun, i am very excited and can hardly work as I am just waiting for these 6 months to pass by quickly.

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Thank you so much! I'll probably just see you in Leiden haha :)</blockquote>

Well, Leiden should be fun, i am very excited and can hardly work as I am just waiting for these 6 months to pass by quickly.
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fazal12



Thank you so much! I'll probably just see you in Leiden haha :)


Well, Leiden should be fun, i am very excited and can hardly work as I am just waiting for these 6 months to pass by quickly.


Oh man absolutely, I'm interning at the moment but all I'm doing is Googling places to visit /trek in and around Leiden! :P

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Thank you so much! I'll probably just see you in Leiden haha :)</blockquote>

Well, Leiden should be fun, i am very excited and can hardly work as I am just waiting for these 6 months to pass by quickly.</blockquote>

Oh man absolutely, I'm interning at the moment but all I'm doing is Googling places to visit /trek in and around Leiden! :P
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j.J

Did you find anything yet?

Did you find anything yet?
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RCR84

Honestly it just seems like a quaint little town, I am sure there will be loads of places to go but I think the most fun will be to just sit at, what appears to be the park, during summer. I mostly prefer big cities but Leiden seems just so peaceful.

I am also just checking out the streets on street view to get a feel, the law school looks fairly pretty.

I think there is a very long video on youtube about somebody taking a stroll or bike ride through Leiden.

Honestly it just seems like a quaint little town, I am sure there will be loads of places to go but I think the most fun will be to just sit at, what appears to be the park, during summer. I mostly prefer big cities but Leiden seems just so peaceful.

I am also just checking out the streets on street view to get a feel, the law school looks fairly pretty.

I think there is a very long video on youtube about somebody taking a stroll or bike ride through Leiden.
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j.J

I've been in Leiden for a few hours last year, in spring, and it appeared to me like a nice quiet city.
I can't tell you more since I went there just to ask about Adv llm requirements, and I've gone directly to the Law faculty.

I've been in Leiden for a few hours last year, in spring, and it appeared to me like a nice quiet city.
I can't tell you more since I went there just to ask about Adv llm requirements, and I've gone directly to the Law faculty.
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fazal12

Honestly it just seems like a quaint little town, I am sure there will be loads of places to go but I think the most fun will be to just sit at, what appears to be the park, during summer. I mostly prefer big cities but Leiden seems just so peaceful.

I am also just checking out the streets on street view to get a feel, the law school looks fairly pretty.

I think there is a very long video on youtube about somebody taking a stroll or bike ride through Leiden.


Well we have Amsterdam for that, and half an hour's bus ride is literally nothing, especially if one wants to take a break on a Friday/ Saturday night! So that is most def a plus which I'm looking forward to.
Btw, our student visas will be in the form of schengen won't they? I mean to say, will we be able to travel to neighbouring countries (for eg. Germany) during breaks? I have folks there I'd like to visit in the holidays..

<blockquote>Honestly it just seems like a quaint little town, I am sure there will be loads of places to go but I think the most fun will be to just sit at, what appears to be the park, during summer. I mostly prefer big cities but Leiden seems just so peaceful.

I am also just checking out the streets on street view to get a feel, the law school looks fairly pretty.

I think there is a very long video on youtube about somebody taking a stroll or bike ride through Leiden. </blockquote>

Well we have Amsterdam for that, and half an hour's bus ride is literally nothing, especially if one wants to take a break on a Friday/ Saturday night! So that is most def a plus which I'm looking forward to.
Btw, our student visas will be in the form of schengen won't they? I mean to say, will we be able to travel to neighbouring countries (for eg. Germany) during breaks? I have folks there I'd like to visit in the holidays..
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fazal12

And all interesting attractions I found were in Amsterdam only tbh, I even read about some creepy dungeon which should be interesting.
And yes as for Leiden, I heard people take their bikes and ride along the North sea coastline bypassing small hamlets etc, which would be really cool.

And all interesting attractions I found were in Amsterdam only tbh, I even read about some creepy dungeon which should be interesting.
And yes as for Leiden, I heard people take their bikes and ride along the North sea coastline bypassing small hamlets etc, which would be really cool.
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j.J

I've been in amsterdam once in a month for a year and a half so if you need any informations about it I'll be more than happy to help you.
Don't know about your visa but I think it will be a schengen one.
I love this thing of biking along the north sea line

I've been in amsterdam once in a month for a year and a half so if you need any informations about it I'll be more than happy to help you.
Don't know about your visa but I think it will be a schengen one.
I love this thing of biking along the north sea line
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RCR84

Yeah I think our visas (non-euro) would be schengen and allow us to go within the region.

Of course I would like to go to Amsterdam, Berlin and other places but that bike ride sounds more like what I had in mind to do and also excited over it. Just going to the country and exploring off the beaten path.

Yeah I think our visas (non-euro) would be schengen and allow us to go within the region.

Of course I would like to go to Amsterdam, Berlin and other places but that bike ride sounds more like what I had in mind to do and also excited over it. Just going to the country and exploring off the beaten path.
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j.J

Do you guys know anything about classes schedueles?

Do you guys know anything about classes schedueles?
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AleksLLM

hey guys, anybody who applied in January has already heard from Leiden? My application status changed to complete on Jan 20.

hey guys, anybody who applied in January has already heard from Leiden? My application status changed to complete on Jan 20.
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j.J

Hi AleksLLM I applied in the first days of february to both Adv llm in ICCL and Adv llm in European and International Business Law and got a conditional from them both whithin 20 days. In the end i sent the acceptance for ICCL and refused the other. From what I red on Leiden website the application process can take even 6 weeks before you receive their final decision. If I am not wrong After they statue that your application is complete it is then sent to an Office which has to control and verify your career and diplomas. I think this task may require different time because of the relations between University. I suggest you to check your application status daily.
What did you applied for?

Hi AleksLLM I applied in the first days of february to both Adv llm in ICCL and Adv llm in European and International Business Law and got a conditional from them both whithin 20 days. In the end i sent the acceptance for ICCL and refused the other. From what I red on Leiden website the application process can take even 6 weeks before you receive their final decision. If I am not wrong After they statue that your application is complete it is then sent to an Office which has to control and verify your career and diplomas. I think this task may require different time because of the relations between University. I suggest you to check your application status daily.
What did you applied for?
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j.J

Anyway they say whithin 4-6 weeks after your application is completed. So, then, it doesn't depend on the time of submission.
Please, consider that if you applied for a Tax Law Adv LLM, it will probably takes more time because of the larger number of requests they have.

Anyway they say whithin 4-6 weeks after your application is completed. So, then, it doesn't depend on the time of submission.
Please, consider that if you applied for a Tax Law Adv LLM, it will probably takes more time because of the larger number of requests they have.
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fazal12

Do you guys know anything about classes schedueles?


When I asked the programme coordinator all these details, she told me to chill out and relax till May- June (once I've applied for accommodation). She said they'll give us all the info once they get over with the admission season.

<blockquote>Do you guys know anything about classes schedueles?</blockquote>

When I asked the programme coordinator all these details, she told me to chill out and relax till May- June (once I've applied for accommodation). She said they'll give us all the info once they get over with the admission season.
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fazal12

Yeah I think our visas (non-euro) would be schengen and allow us to go within the region.

Of course I would like to go to Amsterdam, Berlin and other places but that bike ride sounds more like what I had in mind to do and also excited over it. Just going to the country and exploring off the beaten path.


Do people usually ride from Leiden to Amsterdam? Any idea how much time it would take? I wouldn't mind saving some cash instead of spending it on the train haha.
Also, my friend told me bikes get stolen their ALOT. So we need to be really careful and buy the expensive/ highly systematized lock for the bike.

<blockquote>Yeah I think our visas (non-euro) would be schengen and allow us to go within the region.

Of course I would like to go to Amsterdam, Berlin and other places but that bike ride sounds more like what I had in mind to do and also excited over it. Just going to the country and exploring off the beaten path.</blockquote>

Do people usually ride from Leiden to Amsterdam? Any idea how much time it would take? I wouldn't mind saving some cash instead of spending it on the train haha.
Also, my friend told me bikes get stolen their ALOT. So we need to be really careful and buy the expensive/ highly systematized lock for the bike.
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j.J

Do you guys know anything about classes schedueles?


When I asked the programme coordinator all these details, she told me to chill out and relax till May- June (once I've applied for accommodation). She said they'll give us all the info once they get over with the admission season.


Then I think we don't have anything else to do except waiting.
But I am curious to know how many hours of lesson per day we will have and also how many days per week.
I don't really know how it works there but in Italy University arte closed in saturday ( and offcourse sunday).

<blockquote><blockquote>Do you guys know anything about classes schedueles?</blockquote>

When I asked the programme coordinator all these details, she told me to chill out and relax till May- June (once I've applied for accommodation). She said they'll give us all the info once they get over with the admission season.</blockquote>

Then I think we don't have anything else to do except waiting.
But I am curious to know how many hours of lesson per day we will have and also how many days per week.
I don't really know how it works there but in Italy University arte closed in saturday ( and offcourse sunday).
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fazal12

Do you guys know anything about classes schedueles?


When I asked the programme coordinator all these details, she told me to chill out and relax till May- June (once I've applied for accommodation). She said they'll give us all the info once they get over with the admission season.


Then I think we don't have anything else to do except waiting.
But I am curious to know how many hours of lesson per day we will have and also how many days per week.
I don't really know how it works there but in Italy University arte closed in saturday ( and offcourse sunday).


Saturday should be off, especially because our Master's course shouldn't be that strenuous. but I'll ask someone regardless and let you guys know soon.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Do you guys know anything about classes schedueles?</blockquote>

When I asked the programme coordinator all these details, she told me to chill out and relax till May- June (once I've applied for accommodation). She said they'll give us all the info once they get over with the admission season.</blockquote>

Then I think we don't have anything else to do except waiting.
But I am curious to know how many hours of lesson per day we will have and also how many days per week.
I don't really know how it works there but in Italy University arte closed in saturday ( and offcourse sunday).</blockquote>

Saturday should be off, especially because our Master's course shouldn't be that strenuous. but I'll ask someone regardless and let you guys know soon.
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AleksLLM

j.J , Adv LLM in international tax law.

j.J , Adv LLM in international tax law.
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j.J

j.J , Adv LLM in international tax law.

I told you I think for taxes llm the admission could require more time since They should be the most famous programmes in all Europe and there is a huge amount of applications every year.
In this case In my opinion the application process can really take whithin 4-6 weeks after you have completed your application.
What does your applications status say?

<blockquote>j.J , Adv LLM in international tax law.</blockquote>
I told you I think for taxes llm the admission could require more time since They should be the most famous programmes in all Europe and there is a huge amount of applications every year.
In this case In my opinion the application process can really take whithin 4-6 weeks after you have completed your application.
What does your applications status say?
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AleksLLM

status is "Verified"

Since the topic has turned into a discussion about studying there, why don't we post couple jokes about Leiden and studying in Netherlands. Here is one i have just made up (rephrased an old one actually):

Leiden graduates never watch TV.They eat mushrooms and watch carpets instead. ))

status is "Verified"

Since the topic has turned into a discussion about studying there, why don't we post couple jokes about Leiden and studying in Netherlands. Here is one i have just made up (rephrased an old one actually):

Leiden graduates never watch TV.They eat mushrooms and watch carpets instead. ))
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