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Leiden_ Anyone accepted for the European and International Business Law?


Hi, I just received a conditional acceptance for the European and International Business Law programme.


From India, I gather. Planning to go? Anywhere else you applied?
[quote]Hi, I just received a conditional acceptance for the European and International Business Law programme.
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From India, I gather. Planning to go? Anywhere else you applied?
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MK10
I have been admitted to European and International Business Law at Leiden and LLM Finance at ILF Germany....any suggestions as to which one is better in terms of job opportunity and reputation?
I have been admitted to European and International Business Law at Leiden and LLM Finance at ILF Germany....any suggestions as to which one is better in terms of job opportunity and reputation?
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Same here, received a conditional offer, I have received offer from Erasmus, Tilburg and groningen as well. I am still considering between LLM M.Res in Tilburg and Leiden.
Same here, received a conditional offer, I have received offer from Erasmus, Tilburg and groningen as well. I am still considering between LLM M.Res in Tilburg and Leiden.
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hi! how long did it take for you to receive a decision? thanks
hi! how long did it take for you to receive a decision? thanks
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MK10
Same here, received a conditional offer, I have received offer from Erasmus, Tilburg and groningen as well. I am still considering between LLM M.Res in Tilburg and Leiden.


Great! congratulations!...by when do u have to send the decision and what parameters are you looking at for the same...
[quote]Same here, received a conditional offer, I have received offer from Erasmus, Tilburg and groningen as well. I am still considering between LLM M.Res in Tilburg and Leiden. [/quote]

Great! congratulations!...by when do u have to send the decision and what parameters are you looking at for the same...
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hi! how long did it take for you to receive a decision? thanks

It took more than 4 weeks.
[quote]hi! how long did it take for you to receive a decision? thanks[/quote]
It took more than 4 weeks.
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Same here, received a conditional offer, I have received offer from Erasmus, Tilburg and groningen as well. I am still considering between LLM M.Res in Tilburg and Leiden.


Great! congratulations!...by when do u have to send the decision and what parameters are you looking at for the same...


Thank you. I have to send a conformation within 2 weeks from the date of receiving of the offer letter. Honestly, I am awaiting a confirmation from Tilburg University for M. Res programme. As PhD is my future career path and M.Res is considered to be a precursor to it. Also, if I am rejected from Tilburg for a M.Res, I will face a terrible dilemma between Erasmus and Leiden. I know Leiden has a better reputation and stature, but taking into consideration my future, Erasmus is offering a better course structure as I am not inclined towards European law heavily. I would never take into consideration ranking of an institution over course or else I would have enrolled into KCL or UCL, course structure is of prime importance. If possible you can speak to few alumni's from the university, I did the same. Let me know if you require any contacts.

[Edited by Srishti Tripathy on Mar 29, 2017]

[quote][quote]Same here, received a conditional offer, I have received offer from Erasmus, Tilburg and groningen as well. I am still considering between LLM M.Res in Tilburg and Leiden. [/quote]

Great! congratulations!...by when do u have to send the decision and what parameters are you looking at for the same...[/quote]

Thank you. I have to send a conformation within 2 weeks from the date of receiving of the offer letter. Honestly, I am awaiting a confirmation from Tilburg University for M. Res programme. As PhD is my future career path and M.Res is considered to be a precursor to it. Also, if I am rejected from Tilburg for a M.Res, I will face a terrible dilemma between Erasmus and Leiden. I know Leiden has a better reputation and stature, but taking into consideration my future, Erasmus is offering a better course structure as I am not inclined towards European law heavily. I would never take into consideration ranking of an institution over course or else I would have enrolled into KCL or UCL, course structure is of prime importance. If possible you can speak to few alumni's from the university, I did the same. Let me know if you require any contacts.
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MK10
Yes I totally agree with you ,it is the course content which matters.Leiden has quite a reputation but the courses are predominantly relating to EU Law,whereas ILF has more of an international flavour to it.Even I spoke to one of the alumni at Leiden,he has highly recommended the course.Anyways all the best for Tilburg!
Yes I totally agree with you ,it is the course content which matters.Leiden has quite a reputation but the courses are predominantly relating to EU Law,whereas ILF has more of an international flavour to it.Even I spoke to one of the alumni at Leiden,he has highly recommended the course.Anyways all the best for Tilburg!
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hi! how long did it take for you to receive a decision? thanks


I'd like to bump this question. How long did it take to receive a decision? I applied 5 days ago and need an answer before the 20th of April before I lose a spot at another university!

Thanks x
[quote]hi! how long did it take for you to receive a decision? thanks[/quote]

I'd like to bump this question. How long did it take to receive a decision? I applied 5 days ago and need an answer before the 20th of April before I lose a spot at another university!

Thanks x
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Hi! It's great reading the discussion above, it's very interesting. I too have been offered a place in EIBL at Leiden University. Is anyone enrolling for the year?
Hi! It's great reading the discussion above, it's very interesting. I too have been offered a place in EIBL at Leiden University. Is anyone enrolling for the year?
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I just received a conditional acceptance or the European and International Business Law programme.(send my original transcripts to Admissions Office) but I´m not sure about the next steps to follow.

Do I have to wait for a final acceptance to pay the tuittion fee?

And does anyone know which is the deadline for paying?

Thanks!
I just received a conditional acceptance or the European and International Business Law programme.(send my original transcripts to Admissions Office) but I´m not sure about the next steps to follow.

Do I have to wait for a final acceptance to pay the tuittion fee?

And does anyone know which is the deadline for paying?

Thanks!
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anettevs
Dear Maluzlo,

Congratulations with your conditional acceptance! Right now the only thing to keep in mind is meeting the conditions that you should meet in order to be accepted unconditionally as soon as possible and accepting the conditional offer you received. Invoices for tuition are usually sent during the summer. Students also have the possibility of paying in installments.

Kind regards,
Anette

[Edited by anettevs on May 10, 2017]

Dear Maluzlo,

Congratulations with your conditional acceptance! Right now the only thing to keep in mind is meeting the conditions that you should meet in order to be accepted unconditionally as soon as possible and accepting the conditional offer you received. Invoices for tuition are usually sent during the summer. Students also have the possibility of paying in installments.

Kind regards,
Anette
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Delfina
Hi guys !

I was wondering if any of you has been accepted in the European and International Business Law LLM in Leiden ? or even any other LLM.

It would be the perfect occasion to get to know each other and share our tips about living in Leiden !

Personally, I have never studied to the Netherland. However, the academic excellence and quality of living highly encouraged me to apply :-)


Hi Jadouya, have you asked the University to help with accommodation in your acceptance and did you have to submit the fees for the course?


Hi there !

Yes, after reading a lot about Leiden as well as students' advices, I thought it was better to go through with the University accommodation service, as it really seems complicated to find a room (at least, if you're new in the Netherlands). I didn't submit the fee for the course yet, but I did pay the fee for the housing service :-)


Hi guys!
I come from Italy and I have been admitted to the LLM in International Tax Law so I am looking for accomodation in Leiden too for the full year!!
Jadouya would you reccomend the Housing Office service of the University? How was your experience? Do they offer you only the rooms in the student houses listed on the website of Leiden University or even other options like apartments/houses?
Thank you very much in advance
Looking forward to meeting you in Leiden!
[quote][quote][quote]Hi guys !

I was wondering if any of you has been accepted in the European and International Business Law LLM in Leiden ? or even any other LLM.

It would be the perfect occasion to get to know each other and share our tips about living in Leiden !

Personally, I have never studied to the Netherland. However, the academic excellence and quality of living highly encouraged me to apply :-)[/quote]

Hi Jadouya, have you asked the University to help with accommodation in your acceptance and did you have to submit the fees for the course?[/quote]

Hi there !

Yes, after reading a lot about Leiden as well as students' advices, I thought it was better to go through with the University accommodation service, as it really seems complicated to find a room (at least, if you're new in the Netherlands). I didn't submit the fee for the course yet, but I did pay the fee for the housing service :-) [/quote]

Hi guys!
I come from Italy and I have been admitted to the LLM in International Tax Law so I am looking for accomodation in Leiden too for the full year!!
Jadouya would you reccomend the Housing Office service of the University? How was your experience? Do they offer you only the rooms in the student houses listed on the website of Leiden University or even other options like apartments/houses?
Thank you very much in advance
Looking forward to meeting you in Leiden!
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FRod
Hi Delfina, I'm Florian, I've been admitted to the LLM in international tax law too. Sure, the Housing Office of the University can help to find an accommodation. Around a month ago, I asked them for a room with private facilities (single appartment) in any student residence in Leiden city and they told me that this kind of accommodation were no longer available in Leiden (only some remaining in the Hague), but that I could have a room with shared facilities instead in Leiden. I then chose to search on my own and found a room for the whole year in a shared appartment situated in the city center of Leiden (Lammermarkt) on the website housinganywhere.com. I think you will find accommodation quite easily. See you !
Hi Delfina, I'm Florian, I've been admitted to the LLM in international tax law too. Sure, the Housing Office of the University can help to find an accommodation. Around a month ago, I asked them for a room with private facilities (single appartment) in any student residence in Leiden city and they told me that this kind of accommodation were no longer available in Leiden (only some remaining in the Hague), but that I could have a room with shared facilities instead in Leiden. I then chose to search on my own and found a room for the whole year in a shared appartment situated in the city center of Leiden (Lammermarkt) on the website housinganywhere.com. I think you will find accommodation quite easily. See you !
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skanda
Same here, received a conditional offer, I have received offer from Erasmus, Tilburg and groningen as well. I am still considering between LLM M.Res in Tilburg and Leiden.

Hello,
I have received an offer for LLM in EIBL.
Have u accepted the offer from Leiden? Anybody else from India?
[quote]Same here, received a conditional offer, I have received offer from Erasmus, Tilburg and groningen as well. I am still considering between LLM M.Res in Tilburg and Leiden. [/quote]
Hello,
I have received an offer for LLM in EIBL.
Have u accepted the offer from Leiden? Anybody else from India?
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Delfina
Hi Delfina, I'm Florian, I've been admitted to the LLM in international tax law too. Sure, the Housing Office of the University can help to find an accommodation. Around a month ago, I asked them for a room with private facilities (single appartment) in any student residence in Leiden city and they told me that this kind of accommodation were no longer available in Leiden (only some remaining in the Hague), but that I could have a room with shared facilities instead in Leiden. I then chose to search on my own and found a room for the whole year in a shared appartment situated in the city center of Leiden (Lammermarkt) on the website housinganywhere.com. I think you will find accommodation quite easily. See you !


Hi Florian! Nice to find another classmate! Thank you for your information, you've taken my doubts off and I'll search for a room on my own. I'm also interested in a room in a shared apartment! Lets keep in touch!
[quote]Hi Delfina, I'm Florian, I've been admitted to the LLM in international tax law too. Sure, the Housing Office of the University can help to find an accommodation. Around a month ago, I asked them for a room with private facilities (single appartment) in any student residence in Leiden city and they told me that this kind of accommodation were no longer available in Leiden (only some remaining in the Hague), but that I could have a room with shared facilities instead in Leiden. I then chose to search on my own and found a room for the whole year in a shared appartment situated in the city center of Leiden (Lammermarkt) on the website housinganywhere.com. I think you will find accommodation quite easily. See you ![/quote]

Hi Florian! Nice to find another classmate! Thank you for your information, you've taken my doubts off and I'll search for a room on my own. I'm also interested in a room in a shared apartment! Lets keep in touch!
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skanda
Hi! It's great reading the discussion above, it's very interesting. I too have been offered a place in EIBL at Leiden University. Is anyone enrolling for the year?

Hey Mohit, I am enrolling this year.
[quote]Hi! It's great reading the discussion above, it's very interesting. I too have been offered a place in EIBL at Leiden University. Is anyone enrolling for the year?[/quote]
Hey Mohit, I am enrolling this year.
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Famished
Hi Delfina, I'm Florian, I've been admitted to the LLM in international tax law too. Sure, the Housing Office of the University can help to find an accommodation. Around a month ago, I asked them for a room with private facilities (single appartment) in any student residence in Leiden city and they told me that this kind of accommodation were no longer available in Leiden (only some remaining in the Hague), but that I could have a room with shared facilities instead in Leiden. I then chose to search on my own and found a room for the whole year in a shared appartment situated in the city center of Leiden (Lammermarkt) on the website housinganywhere.com. I think you will find accommodation quite easily. See you !


Hi Florian, thanks for that bit of information. I paid the housing fee and put in my preferences in my housing application (all my top three preferences were single apartments). However, I have still not heard back from them. Could you please let me know how you contacted the housing department?
[quote][quote]Hi Delfina, I'm Florian, I've been admitted to the LLM in international tax law too. Sure, the Housing Office of the University can help to find an accommodation. Around a month ago, I asked them for a room with private facilities (single appartment) in any student residence in Leiden city and they told me that this kind of accommodation were no longer available in Leiden (only some remaining in the Hague), but that I could have a room with shared facilities instead in Leiden. I then chose to search on my own and found a room for the whole year in a shared appartment situated in the city center of Leiden (Lammermarkt) on the website housinganywhere.com. I think you will find accommodation quite easily. See you ![/quote]

Hi Florian, thanks for that bit of information. I paid the housing fee and put in my preferences in my housing application (all my top three preferences were single apartments). However, I have still not heard back from them. Could you please let me know how you contacted the housing department?
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Hi Delfina, I'm Florian, I've been admitted to the LLM in international tax law too. Sure, the Housing Office of the University can help to find an accommodation. Around a month ago, I asked them for a room with private facilities (single appartment) in any student residence in Leiden city and they told me that this kind of accommodation were no longer available in Leiden (only some remaining in the Hague), but that I could have a room with shared facilities instead in Leiden. I then chose to search on my own and found a room for the whole year in a shared appartment situated in the city center of Leiden (Lammermarkt) on the website housinganywhere.com. I think you will find accommodation quite easily. See you !


Hi Florian, thanks for that bit of information. I paid the housing fee and put in my preferences in my housing application (all my top three preferences were single apartments). However, I have still not heard back from them. Could you please let me know how you contacted the housing department?


I did the same, hoping to hear back soon on this. I was wondering has anyone heard back on their housing request?
[quote][quote][quote]Hi Delfina, I'm Florian, I've been admitted to the LLM in international tax law too. Sure, the Housing Office of the University can help to find an accommodation. Around a month ago, I asked them for a room with private facilities (single appartment) in any student residence in Leiden city and they told me that this kind of accommodation were no longer available in Leiden (only some remaining in the Hague), but that I could have a room with shared facilities instead in Leiden. I then chose to search on my own and found a room for the whole year in a shared appartment situated in the city center of Leiden (Lammermarkt) on the website housinganywhere.com. I think you will find accommodation quite easily. See you ![/quote]

Hi Florian, thanks for that bit of information. I paid the housing fee and put in my preferences in my housing application (all my top three preferences were single apartments). However, I have still not heard back from them. Could you please let me know how you contacted the housing department?[/quote]

I did the same, hoping to hear back soon on this. I was wondering has anyone heard back on their housing request?
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