IMRL student Louisa Crookshanks about studying at the VU

Louisa Crookshanks was interviewed by the German website about her experiences with studying in Amsterdam. Louisa had three main reasons for her choice:  ‘I study the International Migration and Refugee Law specialization of the LL.M. at VU Amsterdam. I chose the VU because the course is completely unique. You gain an in-depth analysis of international and European migration law from several different perspectives. Further, living in Amsterdam is a dream. It is such a beautiful city and has the perfect balance of nature and liveliness, which is especially uplifting during lockdown. Finally, a Masters in the Netherlands is very affordable. At just over 2,000 euros it is dramatically cheaper than postgraduate studies in the UK or elsewhere and the Dutch government offer a number of allowances for students. The cost of living is not too expensive either, with cycling being the main and most sustainable mode of transport.’

The full interview with Louisa is available here.