LLM admission


I'm a final year law student from India and I have applied for LLM International Law in Edinbugh, UCL, LSE and Leiden.

I have recieved a conditional offer from Edinburgh university. If I'm selected for either UCL or LSE, then there is no confusion. However, I wanted to know which one would be a better option Leiden or Edinburgh? Keeping in mind that UK is very expensive and Leiden's proximity with Hague will be very helpful.
I'm a final year law student from India and I have applied for LLM International Law in Edinbugh, UCL, LSE and Leiden.

I have recieved a conditional offer from Edinburgh university. If I'm selected for either UCL or LSE, then there is no confusion. However, I wanted to know which one would be a better option Leiden or Edinburgh? Keeping in mind that UK is very expensive and Leiden's proximity with Hague will be very helpful.
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SA2728
Hi,

I think Leiden is a great choice for International Law. One of my seniors did just that and he really liked the course at Leiden.
Hi,

I think Leiden is a great choice for International Law. One of my seniors did just that and he really liked the course at Leiden.
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Thank you SA2728 ! Do you have any idea about the job prospects for an international student ?
Thank you SA2728 ! Do you have any idea about the job prospects for an international student ?
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