Today, the latest rankings from the
Higher Education Guide 2019 – Master’s programmes
, which includes descriptions of all master’s programmes officially registered in the Netherlands, were announced. For the 4th year in a row, the LLM programmes for
Public International Law
International Human Rights Law
were jointly top-rated (with a score of 80) in the category of international law*
The Keuzegids guide offers a quality assessment for most programmes based on student evaluations, with a ‘’Top-Rated’’ designation only given to programmes with 75 points or higher. The guide refers to Groningen as a real winner in these programmes and that students have a lot of admiration for their teachers and the facilities of the Faculty.
These programmes, as well as the rest of the one-year, English taught
at the Faculty, are currently accepting
for studies beginning in September 2019.
*Both programmes are accredited in the Netherlands under the LLM CROHO label Public International Law (
This article was published by the Faculty of Law.
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