Admission at Universitet in Oslo


m.dymas
Today,

University of Oslo has sent an email saying that i have been nominated for LLM in ICT law, and in 3 to 4 weeks from now the official admission letter will be sent.

Does anyone experience the same? Anyone nominated for the program as well?

So what is the next step?does anyone has experience about this?
Today,

University of Oslo has sent an email saying that i have been nominated for LLM in ICT law, and in 3 to 4 weeks from now the official admission letter will be sent.

Does anyone experience the same? Anyone nominated for the program as well?

So what is the next step?does anyone has experience about this?


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Rosebud
Hi, I got the mail, too.
Where are you from?
We may find some visa information from the embassy and wait for the official packages!
Hi, I got the mail, too.
Where are you from?
We may find some visa information from the embassy and wait for the official packages!

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m.dymas
Hi Rosebud,

I'm from Indonesia, where do you come from?do you apply as a self-financed student or QUOTA scholarship applicant?
I've contacted the Norwegian Embassy at my country,and they informed me that the process for visa is dependent to the official admission letter from the University.

so there is nothing to do at the moment?just wait for the mail from the university?
Hi Rosebud,

I'm from Indonesia, where do you come from?do you apply as a self-financed student or QUOTA scholarship applicant?
I've contacted the Norwegian Embassy at my country,and they informed me that the process for visa is dependent to the official admission letter from the University.

so there is nothing to do at the moment?just wait for the mail from the university?

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Rosebud
Hi, I'm from China
I got the admission with the Quota Scheme funding.
How about you?
Hi, I'm from China
I got the admission with the Quota Scheme funding.
How about you?
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m.dymas
Congratulations on your scholarship.
I apply as a self-financed student. Will be spending a lot of money there I guess, everyone says that Norway especially oslo is the most expensive place to live...
Congratulations on your scholarship.
I apply as a self-financed student. Will be spending a lot of money there I guess, everyone says that Norway especially oslo is the most expensive place to live...

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Rosebud
Thanks
With the reference of the AD email, the housing in Oslo will cost about 1k-3k Norwegian kronas, and my friends say that 2k per month will cover your meals well there.
Don't worry, it'll be fine. After all, it is much cheaper comparing the expense in U.S.
Thanks
With the reference of the AD email, the housing in Oslo will cost about 1k-3k Norwegian kronas, and my friends say that 2k per month will cover your meals well there.
Don't worry, it'll be fine. After all, it is much cheaper comparing the expense in U.S.


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Rosebud
Anyone else? Looking forward to know you all.
Anyone else? Looking forward to know you all.
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KochiJohn
Anyone else? Looking forward to know you all.


Hi Rose,
I am from India and planning to apply for next year to Univ of Oslo. I want to know what factors are critical to get the funding and what is the usual monthly expenses (for both single and for two). And also if my wife joins me whether she can do part time jobs (legally) off campus. Thanks a lot for your time and effort.

Regards,
John
<blockquote>Anyone else? Looking forward to know you all.</blockquote>

Hi Rose,
I am from India and planning to apply for next year to Univ of Oslo. I want to know what factors are critical to get the funding and what is the usual monthly expenses (for both single and for two). And also if my wife joins me whether she can do part time jobs (legally) off campus. Thanks a lot for your time and effort.

Regards,
John
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mayleth
Hello, I also recieved and admission nominations, does this mean we were accepted?.

Regarding the expenses in norway is around 1300 per month, but that is students expences i have no idea if it is the same for a family, they say per year should be around 85000 koroners, pero person.

I think it would be better to ask the embassy what would be the expenses for a family, about the scholarships, in the universities page there is always a section about this, you can go there. They have scholarship for certain countries.

Hope this helps
Hello, I also recieved and admission nominations, does this mean we were accepted?.

Regarding the expenses in norway is around 1300 per month, but that is students expences i have no idea if it is the same for a family, they say per year should be around 85000 koroners, pero person.

I think it would be better to ask the embassy what would be the expenses for a family, about the scholarships, in the universities page there is always a section about this, you can go there. They have scholarship for certain countries.

Hope this helps
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Rosebud
Hi John, I'm sorry to fail to tell you the living expense in Norway because I haven't arrived there. And I think mayleth's suggestion is quite feasible.

However, I can talk about something weighs heavily in the application. First of all, you need confirm that if your university is on the list of the cooperation college of UIO in your country--Quota Scheme only opens to the students of those universities. Second of all, your academic background or professional experience match the specialization of the Quota program. Last but not least, you will come back to service your country after you finished your study at UIO.

I hope that would helps. Good luck!


Anyone else? Looking forward to know you all.


Hi Rose,
I am from India and planning to apply for next year to Univ of Oslo. I want to know what factors are critical to get the funding and what is the usual monthly expenses (for both single and for two). And also if my wife joins me whether she can do part time jobs (legally) off campus. Thanks a lot for your time and effort.

Regards,
John
Hi John, I'm sorry to fail to tell you the living expense in Norway because I haven't arrived there. And I think mayleth's suggestion is quite feasible.

However, I can talk about something weighs heavily in the application. First of all, you need confirm that if your university is on the list of the cooperation college of UIO in your country--Quota Scheme only opens to the students of those universities. Second of all, your academic background or professional experience match the specialization of the Quota program. Last but not least, you will come back to service your country after you finished your study at UIO.

I hope that would helps. Good luck!


<blockquote><blockquote>Anyone else? Looking forward to know you all.</blockquote>

Hi Rose,
I am from India and planning to apply for next year to Univ of Oslo. I want to know what factors are critical to get the funding and what is the usual monthly expenses (for both single and for two). And also if my wife joins me whether she can do part time jobs (legally) off campus. Thanks a lot for your time and effort.

Regards,
John</blockquote>
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m.dymas
Yesterday I received an email from the university, saying that those who received the nomination are 98% admitted to the program, why not 100%?because they are still checking the document formalities. The formal admission will be sent out by the International Office.

Receiving a nomination letter means that you have been chosen by the Faculty of Law and they are very satisfied with your application. I received this information from Bente Lindberg Krabbol. She also inform me that only those who has a very satisfactory application would received the nomination. (congratulations to you guys).


Hello, I also recieved and admission nominations, does this mean we were accepted?.

Regarding the expenses in norway is around 1300 per month, but that is students expences i have no idea if it is the same for a family, they say per year should be around 85000 koroners, pero person.

I think it would be better to ask the embassy what would be the expenses for a family, about the scholarships, in the universities page there is always a section about this, you can go there. They have scholarship for certain countries.

Hope this helps
Yesterday I received an email from the university, saying that those who received the nomination are 98% admitted to the program, why not 100%?because they are still checking the document formalities. The formal admission will be sent out by the International Office.

Receiving a nomination letter means that you have been chosen by the Faculty of Law and they are very satisfied with your application. I received this information from Bente Lindberg Krabbol. She also inform me that only those who has a very satisfactory application would received the nomination. (congratulations to you guys).



<blockquote>Hello, I also recieved and admission nominations, does this mean we were accepted?.

Regarding the expenses in norway is around 1300 per month, but that is students expences i have no idea if it is the same for a family, they say per year should be around 85000 koroners, pero person.

I think it would be better to ask the embassy what would be the expenses for a family, about the scholarships, in the universities page there is always a section about this, you can go there. They have scholarship for certain countries.

Hope this helps
</blockquote>
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KochiJohn
Hi John, I'm sorry to fail to tell you the living expense in Norway because I haven't arrived there. And I think mayleth's suggestion is quite feasible.

However, I can talk about something weighs heavily in the application. First of all, you need confirm that if your university is on the list of the cooperation college of UIO in your country--Quota Scheme only opens to the students of those universities. Second of all, your academic background or professional experience match the specialization of the Quota program. Last but not least, you will come back to service your country after you finished your study at UIO.

I hope that would helps. Good luck!
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Thanks Rose for the response. There isn't even one University in the list for India in Quota scheme(Only 3 institutes are listed). :(
<blockquote>Hi John, I'm sorry to fail to tell you the living expense in Norway because I haven't arrived there. And I think mayleth's suggestion is quite feasible.

However, I can talk about something weighs heavily in the application. First of all, you need confirm that if your university is on the list of the cooperation college of UIO in your country--Quota Scheme only opens to the students of those universities. Second of all, your academic background or professional experience match the specialization of the Quota program. Last but not least, you will come back to service your country after you finished your study at UIO.

I hope that would helps. Good luck!
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</blockquote>Thanks Rose for the response. There isn't even one University in the list for India in Quota scheme(Only 3 institutes are listed). :(
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m.dymas
Yesterday, finally I have received the admission letter from the University?

how about anyone here?
Yesterday, finally I have received the admission letter from the University?

how about anyone here?
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Hello All

Apologize me for the question not about LLM Programme, but I would like to know the reputation of Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Norway especially relation to social science studies for master programm. Thanks
Hello All

Apologize me for the question not about LLM Programme, but I would like to know the reputation of Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Norway especially relation to social science studies for master programm. Thanks
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Rosebud
Yesterday, finally I have received the admission letter from the University?

how about anyone here?


The admission package?
<blockquote>Yesterday, finally I have received the admission letter from the University?

how about anyone here?</blockquote>

The admission package?
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m.dymas
Yesterday, finally I have received the admission letter from the University?

how about anyone here?


The admission package?


yup, i mean the admission package
<blockquote><blockquote>Yesterday, finally I have received the admission letter from the University?

how about anyone here?</blockquote>

The admission package?</blockquote>

yup, i mean the admission package
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Hello everyone!

I want to apply for the PIL programme that begins 2010 - sorry I know that you're all probably busy thinking about this years one but I didn't discover it in time to apply for 2009 :(

Was just wondering if you could give me any advice or assistance re applying as a self-financing student. Anything at all you could tell me would be great!! There is no other LLM I would love to do more!

Goodluck for all of you! And congrats to those who got in!

S
Hello everyone!

I want to apply for the PIL programme that begins 2010 - sorry I know that you're all probably busy thinking about this years one but I didn't discover it in time to apply for 2009 :(

Was just wondering if you could give me any advice or assistance re applying as a self-financing student. Anything at all you could tell me would be great!! There is no other LLM I would love to do more!

Goodluck for all of you! And congrats to those who got in!

S
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m.dymas
Hi,silverfern...

Probably I could share some of my experience,and I hope it helps...

This year when I apply to UiO,my priority was LLm in PIL and the second option was LLm in ICT. The reason why I choose PIL as my first choice mainly because I wanted to work at UN and I believe UiO is a great place to earn my LLm. Just a couple of weeks ago,the university contacted me and offered admission for ICT Law,i asked them about their reason and they said that my qualification suits well for ICT law,I am qualified for PIL Law but it would be better for me to be admitted at ICT law. What i'm trying to say is even if you apply for PIL law doesn't mean you'll be admitted directly for PIL,if you fit in ICT or Maritime law,probably they would offer you admission to other programs than PIL.

I am applying as a self finance student and the preparation is quite a hard work especially for the financial matters, I've contacted the International student advisor regarding amount of financial matters and He said for the first year I need to deposit 85000 NOK and on July next year another 42500 NOK.

Hope this helps...
Hi,silverfern...

Probably I could share some of my experience,and I hope it helps...

This year when I apply to UiO,my priority was LLm in PIL and the second option was LLm in ICT. The reason why I choose PIL as my first choice mainly because I wanted to work at UN and I believe UiO is a great place to earn my LLm. Just a couple of weeks ago,the university contacted me and offered admission for ICT Law,i asked them about their reason and they said that my qualification suits well for ICT law,I am qualified for PIL Law but it would be better for me to be admitted at ICT law. What i'm trying to say is even if you apply for PIL law doesn't mean you'll be admitted directly for PIL,if you fit in ICT or Maritime law,probably they would offer you admission to other programs than PIL.

I am applying as a self finance student and the preparation is quite a hard work especially for the financial matters, I've contacted the International student advisor regarding amount of financial matters and He said for the first year I need to deposit 85000 NOK and on July next year another 42500 NOK.

Hope this helps...
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Hi

Sorry for the late reply... thank you so much for that information. Thats v interesting they did that, offer you the admission for ICT I mean! Congrats on getting admitted. May I ask what sort of information and documents they require for your application? It's just that I am leaving my home country for an overseas trip and am not sure when I'll be back, so am doing a bit of guessing regarding what docs I should take with me/ensure I have should I have to apply overseas...

Also, any other info you are willing to share about the application process and forms would be great :)

Thank you so much :)
Hi

Sorry for the late reply... thank you so much for that information. Thats v interesting they did that, offer you the admission for ICT I mean! Congrats on getting admitted. May I ask what sort of information and documents they require for your application? It's just that I am leaving my home country for an overseas trip and am not sure when I'll be back, so am doing a bit of guessing regarding what docs I should take with me/ensure I have should I have to apply overseas...

Also, any other info you are willing to share about the application process and forms would be great :)

Thank you so much :)

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Rosebud
Hi,
I've created ICT Law class 2009 of UIO at facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=94821992108
Welcome you guys to join it!
Hope to see you all in August at Oslo!
Hi,
I've created ICT Law class 2009 of UIO at facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=94821992108
Welcome you guys to join it!
Hope to see you all in August at Oslo!
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