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Hello everybody,

I started a Bachelor program in International and European Law at the Hague University of applied Science. Due to conversations with other students including graduates of the program I recently became worried about my further study possiblities after completing the program.

How do you personally evaluate my chances to get access to a Master study program in the Netherlands or in other countries? Is everywhere a pre-master program required?

I am thinking about changing Universities right now being worried that I won't be able to get access to a good Master program. For this year I had been accepted at the University of Groningen and the Hanse Law School (Oldenburg/Bremen - Germany) but chose the Hague.. -.-

Any advice would be highly appreciated

Hello everybody,

I started a Bachelor program in International and European Law at the Hague University of applied Science. Due to conversations with other students including graduates of the program I recently became worried about my further study possiblities after completing the program.

How do you personally evaluate my chances to get access to a Master study program in the Netherlands or in other countries? Is everywhere a pre-master program required?

I am thinking about changing Universities right now being worried that I won't be able to get access to a good Master program. For this year I had been accepted at the University of Groningen and the Hanse Law School (Oldenburg/Bremen - Germany) but chose the Hague.. -.-

Any advice would be highly appreciated
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