Leiden Law School climbs World Rankings
Leiden Law School has climbed two places on the QS World University Rankings by Subject and is now listed 24th. Our faculty retains the highest ranking for law programmes in the Netherlands.
The faculty continues to advance steadily on the rankings list. Last year it climbed from 26th place to 24th having climbed from 32nd place two years ago.
It is tremendously encouraging for Dean of Leiden Law School Joanne van der Leun. 'Though we believe that the academic world should not focus too much on rankings and lists that are open to debate, receiving such consistently high ratings – particularly in a highly competitive international playing field – is a huge boost for our students and staff. From a management perspective, this top-25 ranking is incentive for us to continue to develop in Leiden and The Hague with both national and international students. The fact that they choose to come here to study is important recognition for us.'
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