The University of Leiden Offering an LLM in European Law
The University of Leiden, in the Netherlands, offers a high-quality LLM program covering European Law. Students that want to apply for this program through Studielink should know that the CROHO code for this program is 66084.
In order to meet admissions requirements, students will need to present either an LLB degree (Bachelor's in Law) or a postgraduate law degree from an accredited and recognized university. Some degree that doesn’t focus on law studies primarily may be acceptable provided that they have a sufficient number of law courses.
Students that got their LLB at Leiden University are automatically eligible for admission and they will need to apply at least one month before the program starts. They can do so by using Studielink.
All other LLB students need to apply at least one week before the deadline.
February 2020 intake deadlines:
For students that need to apply for a visa, residence permit and/or accommodation through the Leiden University Housing Office the deadline is set for October 15th, 2019.
Students that needn’t apply for this documentation the deadline is set for December 1st, 2019.
For students who have an LLB from Leiden, the deadline is January 31st.
- EU, EEA, Swiss, Dutch and Surinamese: €2,083 per year
- International Students: €17,500 per year
For a full list of requirements and a complete explanation of both the application process and the course curriculum visit Leiden University’s official website.