Hi my name is Varun and im currently doing my Bachelors in law in India. After graduation I’m thinking of applying to Leiden University for LLM in Air and Space Law. I would like to get a second opinion on doing this program and how the career prospects are looking. LLM in Public International Law is also an option but one I am not considering heavily. I’m really interested in space related matters,which led me to scouting out this program. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you
Scope and oppertunity
I suggest approaching this from the other direction: Look at the types of jobs that are available for LLM grads, based on your interest, and then choose the type of degree you want to do.
Air and Space Law is rather niche, but it does work for some students. There are probably more opportunities in PiL.
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