Study programmes Leiden Law School awarded ‘best study’ medals
Five study programmes at Leiden Law School have received a medal for ‘best study programme’. This was the result of research conducted by Dutch EW Magazine in collaboration with ResearchNed. The Advanced Master Air and Space Law scored exceptionally high and received a gold medal.
The Advanced Master International Children’s Rights obtained four to five exceptional scores and received a bronze medal.
A silver medal was awarded to the Master Jeugdrecht (Child Law) and the Advanced Masters International Dispute Settlement and Arbitration and Public International Law. All three obtained six or seven exceptional scores.
A gold medal was awarded to the Advanced Master Air and Space Law. The programme obtained no less than eight exceptional scores.
Each year, Dutch EW Magazine, in collaboration with ResearchNed, publish a report on the best bachelor’s and master’s programmes in the Netherlands for that year. Over 2,000 programmes have been compared and medals were awarded to programmes that scored exceptional. The scores were based on the judgement of current students. The evaluation is made up of eleven different sections, such as satisfaction with the content of the programme, the information provided, and the vibe or atmosphere while attending the programme.