Leiden Launches Advanced Master's in Law & Finance

One-year program to feature courses in EU financial law, financial reporting and other subjects

Leiden Law School has announced plans to launch an Advanced Master's program in Law & Finance.

The new program can be completed on a full-time basis over the course of one year, or on a part-time basis in two years. It's designed to help students understand the intersection between law and finance. 

The program will cover a variety of topics, from EU law to financial transactions. It will also include a thesis component.

The new program can be pursued by those with a degree in law or one in another, equivalent discipline. To apply for the Advanced Master's in Law & Finance, a TOEFL score of over 100 or an IELTS score of 7.0 is required (along with minimum band scores). Applicants who completed their education in the USA, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia or Canada (except Québec) are not required to demonstrate English proficiency.

The program features a September intake.

For more information, please see Leiden's Advanced Master's in Law & Finance program webpage.


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