Hello all, I am interested in studying International Criminal Law in the Netherlands but Im still not sure which of this Universities that offer this LLM is the best one. I have special interest in studying at the University of Amsterdam o Groningen. I want to know in relation to the academic quality, which LLM offers more, I dont care much about the city. If someone is willing to shed some light in this respect I will be deeply thankful.
University of Groningen or University of Amsterdam for LLM?
I have the same question. I even want to choose between Amsterdam, Turin, Leiden and Groningen. The programmes in Amsterdam and Groningen sound very very good. I also want to become a professional in the legal area of International Criminal Law.
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