I am currently doing Advanced Masters on European and International Business Law in Leiden University.
Leiden is a very nice student city, small but cosy. You can stay in Leiden as well as The Hague, however, bear in mind that the transportation might be costly. You can ask for university's assistance for a place to stay also you can check 'Leiden Housing' group in Facebook.
The programme is mainly focused on European Law. Since this programme is 'advanced', it is quite demanding, you need to be prepared before the classes. Moreover, you need to finish your thesis at the beginning of the August, which means you also need to study for your thesis alongside the courses.
The classes are below mentioned:
The Legal Foundations of the European Union
The Internal Market and Harmonisation
Corporate and Financial Law
European and International Intellectual Property Law
WTO and Investment Law
European Competition Law
I hope it helps! Good luck to you all!
It really did help, thank you !
May I ask you some advices regarding accommodation ? The University reached me out to help me find a place where to live. I read that finding a place in Leiden is quite difficult as the demand is high.
Would you recommend to use the service provided by the University ? I read some reviews where students would complain about the quality of the housing provided.
Thanks again for taking time to respond ! :-)