Leiden Advanced Masters in PIL


Hi everyone,

Anybody here applied for the advanced masters in public international law at Leiden?

I applied towards the end of December 2019 and am yet to hear from them. Has anybody had any updates?

Thanks

Hi everyone,

Anybody here applied for the advanced masters in public international law at Leiden?

I applied towards the end of December 2019 and am yet to hear from them. Has anybody had any updates?

Thanks
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WLY

Hi,

I received the offer for adv. PIL (ICL) on Jan 22nd, and I submitted the application at the beginning of December.

Best Regards

Hi,

I received the offer for adv. PIL (ICL) on Jan 22nd, and I submitted the application at the beginning of December.

Best Regards
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Thanks for the info. Have you received scholarship decision as well?

Thanks

Thanks for the info. Have you received scholarship decision as well?

Thanks
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Domino

I applied end of November, received acceptance mid January. Expect decisions on most scholarships beginning in March.

I applied end of November, received acceptance mid January. Expect decisions on most scholarships beginning in March.
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Hi all! I wanted to apply for Leiden this year, had some questions regarding PIL and Adv. PIL. I could only rely on a Scholarship to finance my further studies, so PIL (without any financial aid) was not an option. Therefore, started checking adv PIL, wasn't sure if I'm eligible for this program though. I am a Jessup Participant (3 years in a row),had an internship at a law firm, British Embassy and a research department, but I'm only finishing my Bachelor's degree now. I contacted them, and they said that I need to have a Master's degree already to be eligible for the Advanced PIL, so I didn't apply. So my main question: do you know anyone who was admitted even without a Master's degree already, or is it very strict? Thank you beforehand!

Hi all! I wanted to apply for Leiden this year, had some questions regarding PIL and Adv. PIL. I could only rely on a Scholarship to finance my further studies, so PIL (without any financial aid) was not an option. Therefore, started checking adv PIL, wasn't sure if I'm eligible for this program though. I am a Jessup Participant (3 years in a row),had an internship at a law firm, British Embassy and a research department, but I'm only finishing my Bachelor's degree now. I contacted them, and they said that I need to have a Master's degree already to be eligible for the Advanced PIL, so I didn't apply. So my main question: do you know anyone who was admitted even without a Master's degree already, or is it very strict? Thank you beforehand!
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WLY

No, the scholarship decision will be on at the end of April according to the university website.

No, the scholarship decision will be on at the end of April according to the university website.
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