LLM Programs in Groningen
The Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen offers five Master of Laws programmes, all fully taught in English. They are open to law students from any part of the world and give great flexibility in their build-up. This leaves students with a lot of room to find their own specialization in these programmes. They are all one year (12 months) full time masters. The way of lecturing is very open, which leaves ample opportunity for students to enter into dialogue with teachers and other students. On top of that, you will be studying in the best student city of the Netherlands!
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