Accommodation in Turin


Adia
Hi, I got accepted into the llm programme for 2008-2009. I am thinking about being in Turin from about mid jan 2009. I live in the caribbean and i am looking for an apartment off campus. Does anyone know of any apartments around the university and prices. Please let me know as soon as possible. I have no idea of places close to the university etc. thanks.
Hi, I got accepted into the llm programme for 2008-2009. I am thinking about being in Turin from about mid jan 2009. I live in the caribbean and i am looking for an apartment off campus. Does anyone know of any apartments around the university and prices. Please let me know as soon as possible. I have no idea of places close to the university etc. thanks.
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Hi!
I will go on this program as well and I hope someone can give us some usefull links, cause it can be expensive to go there and look for some acomodation or to call and try to make selection that way. I would like to find some small apartment that is close to the university .

Can anyone suggest something?

Thanks!
Hi!
I will go on this program as well and I hope someone can give us some usefull links, cause it can be expensive to go there and look for some acomodation or to call and try to make selection that way. I would like to find some small apartment that is close to the university .

Can anyone suggest something?

Thanks!
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C.
Hi!

I am also enrolled for the 2008-2009 LL.M. and would like to have information about a place to live.

Nice meeting you, classmates.

Thank you,

Carla
Hi!

I am also enrolled for the 2008-2009 LL.M. and would like to have information about a place to live.

Nice meeting you, classmates.

Thank you,

Carla
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marekk
Hi mates,

1/ I am also in for 08/09, unfortunately on my own costs. Does anyone know about a cheap place to stay?

2/ Have any of you got some papers, docs., propositions or passwords to start e-learning till know?

See you

marek
Hi mates,

1/ I am also in for 08/09, unfortunately on my own costs. Does anyone know about a cheap place to stay?

2/ Have any of you got some papers, docs., propositions or passwords to start e-learning till know?

See you

marek
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C.
Hello there!

I'm also trying to figure out how to find a place to stay.
Haven't received anything regarding the e-learning yet.

There is a comunity on Facebook named "UNICRI LLM Turin 2008-2009" that was created by one of our classmates. I think it woud be nice if everyone could join it.

I'm also concerned about getting the student visa in a due time. Do you guys have yours already?

Best regards,

Carla
Hello there!

I'm also trying to figure out how to find a place to stay.
Haven't received anything regarding the e-learning yet.

There is a comunity on Facebook named "UNICRI LLM Turin 2008-2009" that was created by one of our classmates. I think it woud be nice if everyone could join it.

I'm also concerned about getting the student visa in a due time. Do you guys have yours already?

Best regards,

Carla
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marekk
Hi Carla,

thanx for notice about the UNICRI section on facebook, I am in-see you there.

Conc. visa: I hope you get it on time, dont worry. I am EU citizen so I have small advantage in free movement.

marek
Hi Carla,

thanx for notice about the UNICRI section on facebook, I am in-see you there.

Conc. visa: I hope you get it on time, dont worry. I am EU citizen so I have small advantage in free movement.

marek
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I think you you guys can contact university of turin regarding the accommodation if they have any provision for that.

I also applied for the program and I did not know why I was not accepted I have my LL.B from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile Ife in Nigeria with second class upper division and can any of you guys email me his copy of applications to storephil@yahoo.com so that i may study it and know how I can apply for the program in the near future . Thanks I wish you guys luck
I think you you guys can contact university of turin regarding the accommodation if they have any provision for that.

I also applied for the program and I did not know why I was not accepted I have my LL.B from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile Ife in Nigeria with second class upper division and can any of you guys email me his copy of applications to storephil@yahoo.com so that i may study it and know how I can apply for the program in the near future . Thanks I wish you guys luck
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laze83
Hi guys!
I will be ur classmate as well. Big issue here- accommodation!!!
if someone has any info on prices and availability pls do tell. Anyone interested in sharing an apartment? Cos as far as i know its a little expensive there.
Will join the group on facebook!
Hi guys!
I will be ur classmate as well. Big issue here- accommodation!!!
if someone has any info on prices and availability pls do tell. Anyone interested in sharing an apartment? Cos as far as i know its a little expensive there.
Will join the group on facebook!
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Voltron51
I am going too. I am from Bulgaria and I have a question: can someone thell me can I bring my dog there (I am asking for placeses for walk and for accommodation) and what about the driving licenze. Can I drive with my bulgarian?
I am going too. I am from Bulgaria and I have a question: can someone thell me can I bring my dog there (I am asking for placeses for walk and for accommodation) and what about the driving licenze. Can I drive with my bulgarian?
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jacekjck
at least around 280 euros per person per month (we're talking about shared flats, right? something more accesibile for students ;-)
I saw something cheaper - and indeed closer to UNICRI - i.e. for 250 euos with everything included, but further from the centre (piazza garimbelti, 15-20 minutes in tram from the main railway station porta nuova) and in a shared room. In the totally renovated flat would live in total 5 persons (3 rooms). maybe similar offers would be able to be found there (although 250 everything included was rather exceptional), since it's a district with more modern and bigger flats, i think, in block of flats. another interesting region - but further from UNICRI - is around via artisti. it's very calm and richer, closer to the most beautiful part of the city and university buildings. though, prices are rather 270-280 minimum (250 fixed for the rent + some expenses, like for water, light etc.).
I live in San Salvario - check in googleMaps street via saluzzo. 2 minutes from main railway station, historic beautiful buildings, plenty of useful shops, food market, good bus connections, metro station (but the metro is very short...!), a great park nearby, and a nice 15 minutes walk through shopping streets to the most beautiful part of the city. on the other side it's a city in the city - it's a typical immigrant district, with habitants from north africa, far asia... and poland (me ;-) Italians do not seem much habituated to mass immigration, moreover if you face prostitution, people spending all days on standing and chatting on the streets (some of them are drugs dealers certainly) etc. - you may feel uneasy. Well, I met here plenty of nice people, and to the rest you can get used to (i mean prostitutes and those strange guys; i love the cosmopolitan mixture here). there are plenty of students and very nice bars/clubs to spend evenings (in the park nearby but also in the streets). it's also true that the further from the railway station the more typical italian style of the same district. anyway, due to doubtful reputation and worse condition of buildings and flats prices are lower. i have a big fully equipped single room in a flat that i share with two italians. we have a beutiful view on the district and the hills of turin... :-) i pay 250 + 10 for internet + we share light and gas. in total should be around 270-280.
check following sites to have broader perspective (at least the first and the best one):
http://torino.kijiji.it/
http://case.trovit.it/
http://www.easystanza.it/index.aspx

For short stays at the beginning: Couchsurfing or Hospitalityclub.

Good luck guys. I did not get accepted for the LLM and I would be also thankful if you send me your applications at kowalewski_j@wp.pl so that I could learn from you...

jacek
at least around 280 euros per person per month (we're talking about shared flats, right? something more accesibile for students ;-)
I saw something cheaper - and indeed closer to UNICRI - i.e. for 250 euos with everything included, but further from the centre (piazza garimbelti, 15-20 minutes in tram from the main railway station porta nuova) and in a shared room. In the totally renovated flat would live in total 5 persons (3 rooms). maybe similar offers would be able to be found there (although 250 everything included was rather exceptional), since it's a district with more modern and bigger flats, i think, in block of flats. another interesting region - but further from UNICRI - is around via artisti. it's very calm and richer, closer to the most beautiful part of the city and university buildings. though, prices are rather 270-280 minimum (250 fixed for the rent + some expenses, like for water, light etc.).
I live in San Salvario - check in googleMaps street via saluzzo. 2 minutes from main railway station, historic beautiful buildings, plenty of useful shops, food market, good bus connections, metro station (but the metro is very short...!), a great park nearby, and a nice 15 minutes walk through shopping streets to the most beautiful part of the city. on the other side it's a city in the city - it's a typical immigrant district, with habitants from north africa, far asia... and poland (me ;-) Italians do not seem much habituated to mass immigration, moreover if you face prostitution, people spending all days on standing and chatting on the streets (some of them are drugs dealers certainly) etc. - you may feel uneasy. Well, I met here plenty of nice people, and to the rest you can get used to (i mean prostitutes and those strange guys; i love the cosmopolitan mixture here). there are plenty of students and very nice bars/clubs to spend evenings (in the park nearby but also in the streets). it's also true that the further from the railway station the more typical italian style of the same district. anyway, due to doubtful reputation and worse condition of buildings and flats prices are lower. i have a big fully equipped single room in a flat that i share with two italians. we have a beutiful view on the district and the hills of turin... :-) i pay 250 + 10 for internet + we share light and gas. in total should be around 270-280.
check following sites to have broader perspective (at least the first and the best one):
http://torino.kijiji.it/
http://case.trovit.it/
http://www.easystanza.it/index.aspx

For short stays at the beginning: Couchsurfing or Hospitalityclub.

Good luck guys. I did not get accepted for the LLM and I would be also thankful if you send me your applications at kowalewski_j@wp.pl so that I could learn from you...

jacek
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Ishaya
pls does anybody have an idea of the maxim students UNICRI takes each session. i want to apply for the 09/10 session and i want to weigh my chances of getting the admission. thanx
pls does anybody have an idea of the maxim students UNICRI takes each session. i want to apply for the 09/10 session and i want to weigh my chances of getting the admission. thanx
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jacekjck
around 40 persons. does it really count? application costs only a bit of time and costs of post message with documents ;-) And believe you will be admitted! good luck!
around 40 persons. does it really count? application costs only a bit of time and costs of post message with documents ;-) And believe you will be admitted! good luck!
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trishna.mk
hey
could any of you give me a feedback on the course
i have been accepted this year
also i am looking for accomodation
plz do let me know
hey
could any of you give me a feedback on the course
i have been accepted this year
also i am looking for accomodation
plz do let me know
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svc
Hi Friends

I have applied for the program this year and do not have any update as of now. Can anyone please guide me as to the selection procedure and how to better up my chances next year. I have also applied to the WIPO scholarship. No response as yet from there too. Can any of you selected candidates please share useful info.

Regards
Hi Friends

I have applied for the program this year and do not have any update as of now. Can anyone please guide me as to the selection procedure and how to better up my chances next year. I have also applied to the WIPO scholarship. No response as yet from there too. Can any of you selected candidates please share useful info.

Regards
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