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Regular LL.M. programmes are the final part of the standard Dutch law curriculum.
The regular LL.M. programmes are the final part of the standard Dutch law curriculum and form a required programme for Dutch students wishing to gain the right to enter legal practice in the Netherlands. The regular programmes the Leiden Law School offers are also accessible for international students (and attract many!), and are aimed at those participating directly after completing a bachelor‘s programme in Law.
There are two major differences between the Advanced Studies programme the regular master’s specialisation:
- The Advanced Studies programme focuses on European Law from a business perspective, as seen against the background of international law.
- The regular master’s programme focuses on European Law only and within this field provides a more general perspective (e.g. by including courses on Constitutional Law and Human Rights).
Level of teaching and learning
- The regular programme is part of the standard Dutch law curriculum, and is a required programme for Dutch students wishing to gain the right to legal practice in the Netherlands. The regular programme is also accessible for international students, aimed at those coming in directly after completing their bachelor ‘s programme.
- The Advanced Studies programme is specifically designed for excellent students at an advanced level and for qualified lawyers who wish to enhance their career prospects.
Regular LL.M. programmes:
Advanced Studies programmes:
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