UvA or KU Leuven


Hi

I have been accepted in University of Amsterdam at the LLM:"International and European Competition Law" and in KU Leuven:"IP and ICT law".
I am in a dilemma because I like both fields very much so the only thing is which university is better and worth my time. Your advice would help A LOT!
Thanks in advance for your help

[Edited by Stergtestud on Aug 19, 2017]

Hi

I have been accepted in University of Amsterdam at the LLM:"International and European Competition Law" and in KU Leuven:"IP and ICT law".
I am in a dilemma because I like both fields very much so the only thing is which university is better and worth my time. Your advice would help A LOT!
Thanks in advance for your help
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I know this is a very old thread, but as I have the same dilemma, could you tell me which program you decided on and how your experience was? 

I know this is a very old thread, but as I have the same dilemma, could you tell me which program you decided on and how your experience was?&nbsp;<br><br>
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