Leiden LLM: 2019-20 Admissions?


trinityza
Hi all,

Kindly share if you have applied already, or are planning to.

[Edited by trinityza on Nov 24, 2018]

Hi all,

Kindly share if you have applied already, or are planning to.
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bellzzzz
I'm starting to apply right now for the PIL Programme. Have you done it? I have so many questions I can't even start
I'm starting to apply right now for the PIL Programme. Have you done it? I have so many questions I can't even start
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gaurav rj
yes , my application is also still in processing stage.
yes , my application is also still in processing stage.
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Hi! I received my acceptance today for Advanced masters in European and International Human Rights law. I had applied around last week of October. It took around 4-5 weeks for the decision to be met out. All the very best!

[Edited by swetha shiv on Nov 30, 2018]

Hi! I received my acceptance today for Advanced masters in European and International Human Rights law. I had applied around last week of October. It took around 4-5 weeks for the decision to be met out. All the very best!
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boo boo
Hey! I'm still looking to apply for an LLM at Leiden. However, can anyone tell me If it's really worth going here? How good are they ?
Hey! I'm still looking to apply for an LLM at Leiden. However, can anyone tell me If it's really worth going here? How good are they ?
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trinityza
Anyone heard from Leiden? Its been 10 weeks now and no response whatsoever :(

[Edited by trinityza on Jan 09, 2019]

Anyone heard from Leiden? Its been 10 weeks now and no response whatsoever :(
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idogencos
I also have applied almost 10 weeks ago but still no answer. I think this delay is due to their Christmas vacation.
I also have applied almost 10 weeks ago but still no answer. I think this delay is due to their Christmas vacation.
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Anry
Hi guys! I submitted my application on Nov 28th and received the offer of Law and Finance today. By the way, does anyone know something about this program? Since I intend to work in EU after graduation, is the program worth to attend? Thanks!
Hi guys! I submitted my application on Nov 28th and received the offer of Law and Finance today. By the way, does anyone know something about this program? Since I intend to work in EU after graduation, is the program worth to attend? Thanks!
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sanaw
Hi! I just got admitted to the International Civil and Commercial Law (Advanced LL.M.) program. Also wondering if anyone has reviews about studying at Leiden and this particular program.
Hi! I just got admitted to the International Civil and Commercial Law (Advanced LL.M.) program. Also wondering if anyone has reviews about studying at Leiden and this particular program.
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Rimbaud
Hi! I just got admitted to the International Civil and Commercial Law (Advanced LL.M.) program. Also wondering if anyone has reviews about studying at Leiden and this particular program.


Hey, may I ask how long did it take to get a response? Thank you !
[quote]Hi! I just got admitted to the International Civil and Commercial Law (Advanced LL.M.) program. Also wondering if anyone has reviews about studying at Leiden and this particular program.[/quote]

Hey, may I ask how long did it take to get a response? Thank you !
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sanaw
Hi! I just got admitted to the International Civil and Commercial Law (Advanced LL.M.) program. Also wondering if anyone has reviews about studying at Leiden and this particular program.


Hey, may I ask how long did it take to get a response? Thank you !


Hi! I submitted my application on December 11th 2018. So over a month. I also received an email in December saying that due to the number of application, I would receive a reply end of Jan.
[quote][quote]Hi! I just got admitted to the International Civil and Commercial Law (Advanced LL.M.) program. Also wondering if anyone has reviews about studying at Leiden and this particular program.[/quote]

Hey, may I ask how long did it take to get a response? Thank you ! [/quote]

Hi! I submitted my application on December 11th 2018. So over a month. I also received an email in December saying that due to the number of application, I would receive a reply end of Jan.
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IacopoJJ
Hi @Rimbaud and @sanaw, I took the Adv. LLM in International Civil and Commercial Law at Leiden University during the Academic year 2016-2017. If you have any questions or curiosity about the program please feel free to write me.
Hi @Rimbaud and @sanaw, I took the Adv. LLM in International Civil and Commercial Law at Leiden University during the Academic year 2016-2017. If you have any questions or curiosity about the program please feel free to write me.
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tavi0101
Hello everyone, I need some insights into my situation. I am an International student and have an offer from UCL. I am also expecting an offer from Leiden University. My area of specialisation is Public International Law. With all the Brexit commotion and accounts of previous students, I am fairly certain that London will not let me stay beyond my period of study. Can someone shed some light on the situation in Holland? How open are they to International students staying beyond their period of study? Job prospects? Comparison of courses etc? Thank you in advance. :)
Hello everyone, I need some insights into my situation. I am an International student and have an offer from UCL. I am also expecting an offer from Leiden University. My area of specialisation is Public International Law. With all the Brexit commotion and accounts of previous students, I am fairly certain that London will not let me stay beyond my period of study. Can someone shed some light on the situation in Holland? How open are they to International students staying beyond their period of study? Job prospects? Comparison of courses etc? Thank you in advance. :)
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anettevs
Hello,

All non-EU students are entitled to a so-called "Search Year" in the Netherlands which means that within 3 years of graduation you are allowed to stay in the Netherlands for one year. Finding a job depends on many aspects of course: are you a good student, do you have relevant previous works experience, network etc. We're open to international students, but for some jobs proficiency in Dutch may be required (the University has a language centre).

kind regards,
Anette
Hello,

All non-EU students are entitled to a so-called "Search Year" in the Netherlands which means that within 3 years of graduation you are allowed to stay in the Netherlands for one year. Finding a job depends on many aspects of course: are you a good student, do you have relevant previous works experience, network etc. We're open to international students, but for some jobs proficiency in Dutch may be required (the University has a language centre).

kind regards,
Anette
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Karan9
Hi All!

I have been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies for Sept 2019 intake.

Who all have been accepted for Sept 2019 intake? (irrespective of the specialisation). Let's connect!
Hi All!

I have been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies for Sept 2019 intake.

Who all have been accepted for Sept 2019 intake? (irrespective of the specialisation). Let's connect!
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Raushan
Hi All!

I have been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies for Sept 2019 intake.

Who all have been accepted for Sept 2019 intake? (irrespective of the specialisation). Let's connect!

Hi! I am waiting for my offer for PIL. When did you get yours?
[quote]Hi All!

I have been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies for Sept 2019 intake.

Who all have been accepted for Sept 2019 intake? (irrespective of the specialisation). Let's connect![/quote]
Hi! I am waiting for my offer for PIL. When did you get yours?
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Karan9
Hi All!

I have been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies for Sept 2019 intake.

Who all have been accepted for Sept 2019 intake? (irrespective of the specialisation). Let's connect!

Hi! I am waiting for my offer for PIL. When did you get yours?


I submitted my application way back in November 2018 and received my offer on 20/12/2018. I'll be applying for visa soon.
[quote][quote]Hi All!

I have been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies for Sept 2019 intake.

Who all have been accepted for Sept 2019 intake? (irrespective of the specialisation). Let's connect![/quote]
Hi! I am waiting for my offer for PIL. When did you get yours? [/quote]

I submitted my application way back in November 2018 and received my offer on 20/12/2018. I'll be applying for visa soon.
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vaidehi19
Hello!
I have also been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies. I submitted my application in January 2019 and heard back in February.

Would love to connect. Maybe we could create a FB/WhatsApp group?
Hello!
I have also been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies. I submitted my application in January 2019 and heard back in February.

Would love to connect. Maybe we could create a FB/WhatsApp group?
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Karan9
Hello!
I have also been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies. I submitted my application in January 2019 and heard back in February.

Would love to connect. Maybe we could create a FB/WhatsApp group?


Hey!
Yes, we can surely create a group. Check your inbox.
[quote]Hello!
I have also been admitted for Advanced LLM in Law and Digital Technologies. I submitted my application in January 2019 and heard back in February.

Would love to connect. Maybe we could create a FB/WhatsApp group? [/quote]

Hey!
Yes, we can surely create a group. Check your inbox.
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tavi0101
Thank you Anette!

Hello,

All non-EU students are entitled to a so-called "Search Year" in the Netherlands which means that within 3 years of graduation you are allowed to stay in the Netherlands for one year. Finding a job depends on many aspects of course: are you a good student, do you have relevant previous works experience, network etc. We're open to international students, but for some jobs proficiency in Dutch may be required (the University has a language centre).

kind regards,
Anette
Thank you Anette!

[quote]Hello,

All non-EU students are entitled to a so-called "Search Year" in the Netherlands which means that within 3 years of graduation you are allowed to stay in the Netherlands for one year. Finding a job depends on many aspects of course: are you a good student, do you have relevant previous works experience, network etc. We're open to international students, but for some jobs proficiency in Dutch may be required (the University has a language centre).

kind regards,
Anette[/quote]
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