European and International Human Rights Law (Advanced LL.M.)
Your tuition fee depends on a number of factors, such as your nationality and your previous Dutch higher-education qualifications.
Leiden Law School’s Advanced Master’s Programmes are not subsidised by the Dutch government. For programmes of this type an institutional tuition fee applies. The annual tuition fees for all students (Dutch, EU and non-EU citizens alike) for the academic year 2022-2023 are:
- Full time: €19,300
- Part time: €9,650
Please note: Advanced Master programmes are fully accredited, but not government funded and students are therefore not eligible for Dutch student finance (DUO) funding.
More information about tuition fees.
Scholarships, grants and loans
Leiden University offers a wide range of scholarships for students from specific regions of the world, or for specific programmes. Leiden University also offers the Leiden University Excellence Scholarship (LExS), a programme specifically designed for non-EU/EEA students enrolling in a master’s programme. Find out more about scholarships, grants, loans and deadlines.