Attending an LLM programme at RuG has been a very rewarding choice indeed. The list of courses offered is broad enough to cover one’s academic interests and their content fully corresponds to the legal practitioner’s professional needs. The number of attendants per class is kept to such limits so as to facilitate learning and interaction in class. Professors are highly qualified and thus provide students with the most updated developments systematically, yet simultaneously leaving room for discussion.
Additionally, the people forming RuG’s administrative staff are always there for the student, either by everyday contact for practical matters or by organizing events that encourage a student’s integration in the social and political life of the University, the city of Groningen and the Netherlands as a whole. Thanks to them, I felt particularly at home.
The educational facilities are exceptional, thanks to the vast number of books and periodicals forming the catalogue of the University’s Library.
Compact in size, with a vast population of Dutch and international students, Groningen is definitely an ideal city for students itself.
It is for all these reasons that I returned to Groningen after 5 years of my first stay there as an Erasmus student in 2001.
Eleftheria Gerontidi, Greece, LLM student International Commercial Law
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