Advice between Paris 1 and 2. Paris 1 goes in strike very often?


andresob5

Hi everyone!

I'm considering going to Paris 1 to enroll in a Master 1 en Droit International (International Law) but I've heard that this university goes in strike very common. That would be terrible because a 1 year Master could last for 1 and half year or more!
So, anyone who studied there or in Paris knows if this is true?

If there's any alumni from Paris 1 I would really appreciate if you could tell me your impressions about the university, if you liked it, would you recommend it? The same thing for alumni of Paris 2, since I haven't decided where to go yet, if Paris 1 or 2.

Thanks a lot in advance!!

Hi everyone!

I'm considering going to Paris 1 to enroll in a Master 1 en Droit International (International Law) but I've heard that this university goes in strike very common. That would be terrible because a 1 year Master could last for 1 and half year or more!
So, anyone who studied there or in Paris knows if this is true?

If there's any alumni from Paris 1 I would really appreciate if you could tell me your impressions about the university, if you liked it, would you recommend it? The same thing for alumni of Paris 2, since I haven't decided where to go yet, if Paris 1 or 2.

Thanks a lot in advance!!
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andresob5

Anyone?? Opinions from both graduate (Masters) and undergraduate (licence) students will be highly appreciated! :)

Anyone?? Opinions from both graduate (Masters) and undergraduate (licence) students will be highly appreciated! :)
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louison

Hi,

Paris 1 is a very good law school in France even if I think that Paris 2 Assas is slightly better. When P1 goes in strike, I think that postgraduate students of the law department are not concerned (because they are in the center of the Panthéon). :)

Hi,

Paris 1 is a very good law school in France even if I think that Paris 2 Assas is slightly better. When P1 goes in strike, I think that postgraduate students of the law department are not concerned (because they are in the center of the Panthéon). :)
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amerfrance

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andresob5

I do care a lot about strikes because as you know Paris is a very expensive city so you can't spend there 3 years spending 1000 euros a month, waiting until students or teachers decide to stop the strike. If I plan to spend two years in Paris for doing a Master 1 and then a Master 2, I'll only have the money for the living expenses of those two years, not three or four. For instance, in my country because of public universities goint to strike, people take 6 or 7 years to end a bachelor (licence) that usually takes only 5 years!

However, thank you very much for your answers and opinions. Has anyone of you been a student at Paris 1 or 2?

Best regards! :)

I do care a lot about strikes because as you know Paris is a very expensive city so you can't spend there 3 years spending 1000 euros a month, waiting until students or teachers decide to stop the strike. If I plan to spend two years in Paris for doing a Master 1 and then a Master 2, I'll only have the money for the living expenses of those two years, not three or four. For instance, in my country because of public universities goint to strike, people take 6 or 7 years to end a bachelor (licence) that usually takes only 5 years!

However, thank you very much for your answers and opinions. Has anyone of you been a student at Paris 1 or 2?

Best regards! :)
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amerfrance

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andresob5

Thanks a lot for your appreciations! It seems to me that both Paris 1 or Paris 2 would be great universities to go!

Thanks a lot for your appreciations! It seems to me that both Paris 1 or Paris 2 would be great universities to go!
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