Comparative Criminal Justice (MSc)
Why Leiden University
Studying at Leiden Law School
Leiden Law School focusses on high level academic teaching, with international staff and international students. Our teaching staff are experts in the field of law and society with broad professional experience. Moreover, students receive intensive mentoring throughout their studies and the programme aims to connect students to prospective employers, consistently incorporating input from labour market representatives throughout the programme. We offer a varied mix of teaching methods, including interactive lectures, individual and group assignments and presentations, plenary discussions and debates. Besides the academic curriculum, the programme organises several social events that will build a community to last beyond the scope of the programme
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Studying at Leiden University
In 1575 we became the first university in the Netherlands. Since then our academic research and teaching have contributed directly towards a safer, healthier, more sustainable, more prosperous and more just world. Here, researchers look beyond the boundaries of their own discipline and work together with colleagues at home and abroad. In the annual rankings Leiden University invariably scores in the top 100 of 25,000 universities worldwide. We have received no fewer than 19 Spinoza Prizes - the most prestigious research prize in the Netherlands.