TO study master law degree in Amsterdam and stay afterwards


eacli
Hello everyone!

I am having a hard time to choose which field of law to study. I am a non-EU citizen who recently completed an LLB degree. I want to study a master program in the Netherlands and stay there after graduation. I am researching like 4 days or so on the internet. However, I am a little bit disappointed as I saw too many comments of people who say that it is really hard for the international students to find a job after completing the master program successfully. However, I want to take my chances anyway.

I am leaving in an underdeveloped country, unfortunately. Thus, I am trying to save my future, to be honest. Because I do not feel that I belong here. That's why it is really important for me to be able to study and work abroad.

Thus, I need all of your opinions. Which field of law should I study considering the work opportunities for international students? Does it matter to make the application like in March or would I be run late? Also, is it hard for the scholarship to be granted?

Any of advice would mean much to me. Thank you really much to the best forum I've ever been into! :)
Hello everyone!

I am having a hard time to choose which field of law to study. I am a non-EU citizen who recently completed an LLB degree. I want to study a master program in the Netherlands and stay there after graduation. I am researching like 4 days or so on the internet. However, I am a little bit disappointed as I saw too many comments of people who say that it is really hard for the international students to find a job after completing the master program successfully. However, I want to take my chances anyway.

I am leaving in an underdeveloped country, unfortunately. Thus, I am trying to save my future, to be honest. Because I do not feel that I belong here. That's why it is really important for me to be able to study and work abroad.

Thus, I need all of your opinions. Which field of law should I study considering the work opportunities for international students? Does it matter to make the application like in March or would I be run late? Also, is it hard for the scholarship to be granted?

Any of advice would mean much to me. Thank you really much to the best forum I've ever been into! :)
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odk6
Interesting question that many international students have. This is a difficult question to answer without background information. I sent you a pm.
Interesting question that many international students have. This is a difficult question to answer without background information. I sent you a pm.
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