CoE 2012/2013


MartiDD

OK, let's figure out later ! and also I have NO relevant professional experience ... I only have stated my exchange programs and my good grades. I think I am not in a good standing. but still fingers crossed and let's see what happen. :)

OK, let's figure out later ! and also I have NO relevant professional experience ... I only have stated my exchange programs and my good grades. I think I am not in a good standing. but still fingers crossed and let's see what happen. :)
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ilse

Good grades will take you further than you think I dont have any relevant professional experience either and my grades are fine but they are far from spectacular. On the other hand I have interesting extracurriculars and Im ok with my languages (although I wish my French was more up to par with my English).. so who knows.

Like you said, we just have to wait and see what happens ;). In the end it also depends on luck, on the quality of the applicants that particular year, the demand and so on.

Good grades will take you further than you think… I don’t have any relevant professional experience either and my grades are fine but they are far from spectacular. On the other hand I have interesting extracurriculars and I’m ok with my languages (although I wish my French was more up to par with my English).. so who knows.

Like you said, we just have to wait and see what happens ;). In the end it also depends on luck, on the quality of the applicants that particular year, the demand and so on.

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MartiDD

:) yeah, you're right. good luck to you and all the applicants then!

:) yeah, you're right. good luck to you and all the applicants then!
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ilse

Best of luck to you too!

Best of luck to you too!
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StevenPens

I think in Italy invitations to interviews will arrive around april too. For Lombardia deadline has been extended and for San Marino (which I guess will have the same selection committee) it's on 20th of February, so it may take some time before hearing from them.

One of my biggest concerns is about French. I may easily survive speaking French but survival is far from academic attending in french.

I'm also a bit "worried" about the other applications I made. I almost fear that offers from some of other universities will come much sooner than possible offer (or even than interviews) from CoE.

I think in Italy invitations to interviews will arrive around april too. For Lombardia deadline has been extended and for San Marino (which I guess will have the same selection committee) it's on 20th of February, so it may take some time before hearing from them.

One of my biggest concerns is about French. I may easily survive speaking French but survival is far from academic attending in french.

I'm also a bit "worried" about the other applications I made. I almost fear that offers from some of other universities will come much sooner than possible offer (or even than interviews) from CoE.
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MartiDD

Okay, thank you :)

Okay, thank you :)
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Grapes

Hello!!! I am Italian and I have applied for the Political and Administrative Studies in Bruges! Nice to meet all you guys and fingers crossed !!! Can't wait to know the application results :)


Hey ya!

I'm Italian too, I applied to the LLM program (ELEA option) back in December. It's gonna be a long and exhausting wait..

<blockquote>Hello!!! I am Italian and I have applied for the Political and Administrative Studies in Bruges! Nice to meet all you guys and fingers crossed !!! Can't wait to know the application results :)</blockquote>

Hey ya!

I'm Italian too, I applied to the LLM program (ELEA option) back in December. It's gonna be a long and exhausting wait..
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MartiDD

Hello! Nice to meet you :) yeah it'll be..

Hello! Nice to meet you :) yeah it'll be..
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Grapes

You too! Yup. I'm a bit worried too because I'm studying abroad and I don't know how the Italian Committee is going to assess my application. Let's just hope for the best :)

You too! Yup. I'm a bit worried too because I'm studying abroad and I don't know how the Italian Committee is going to assess my application. Let's just hope for the best :)
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MartiDD

I don't think you have to worry about that! Studying abroad is an asset ;)

I don't think you have to worry about that! Studying abroad is an asset ;)
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StevenPens

I don't think you have to worry about that! Studying abroad is an asset ;)


I agree. Definitely a better situation than studying in Italy. ;)

<blockquote>I don't think you have to worry about that! Studying abroad is an asset ;)</blockquote>

I agree. Definitely a better situation than studying in Italy. ;)
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AineG

Hi Guys,

I'm Irish and I'm still waiting to hear if I got an interview! My main concern is my level of french(I've done college through french before, but my exams were oral), I know the Degree is 60% through french, but does anyone know what quantity of written work has to be handed up?

Thanks

Hi Guys,

I'm Irish and I'm still waiting to hear if I got an interview! My main concern is my level of french(I've done college through french before, but my exams were oral), I know the Degree is 60% through french, but does anyone know what quantity of written work has to be handed up?

Thanks

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MartiDD

I have no idea, but I don't think you have to worry about that! You can still learn French, it is not that hard!

I have no idea, but I don't think you have to worry about that! You can still learn French, it is not that hard!
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AineG

Thanks

Here's hoping I get to prove you right :)

Thanks

Here's hoping I get to prove you right :)
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Howdy!

Good to see a 2012/13 thread up and running. Is anyone here applying from the UK through the various scholarships on offer here? apparently we're to be shortlisted in the 'coming weeks' for an interview which is to take place on the 21st/22nd of March...i.e. in the coming weeks :)

Good luck with the applications guys!

Howdy!

Good to see a 2012/13 thread up and running. Is anyone here applying from the UK through the various scholarships on offer here? apparently we're to be shortlisted in the 'coming weeks' for an interview which is to take place on the 21st/22nd of March...i.e. in the coming weeks :)

Good luck with the applications guys!

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GabyB2012

Just thought Id start a thread for this years applicants and see if anyone joined in. Im sure itll help keep each other informed/updated!



Hello everybody!
this "waitting time" for the results is just killing me ))
well, I may have a question,
is it anybody who have applied for POL 2012/2013?
Good luck to all!

<blockquote>Just thought I’d start a thread for this year’s applicants and see if anyone joined in. I’m sure it’ll help keep each other informed/updated!

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Hello everybody!
this "waitting time" for the results is just killing me ))
well, I may have a question,
is it anybody who have applied for POL 2012/2013?
Good luck to all!
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MartiDD

Hello! Yes, I have applied for POL too! Good luck to you as well!

Hello! Yes, I have applied for POL too! Good luck to you as well!
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GabyB2012

it's great to know MartiDD, that I am not single in this..because most of people apply to LLM..

so how is your feeling about it? did you study in Politics? because I didnt, and I am afraid I may be not the good as other students who did ))

thank you!

it's great to know MartiDD, that I am not single in this..because most of people apply to LLM..

so how is your feeling about it? did you study in Politics? because I didnt, and I am afraid I may be not the good as other students who did ))

thank you!
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POL applicant here *wave*

I haven't studies politics before either - I shouldn't think it will be a problem if you can really demonstrate your interest in it?

POL applicant here *wave*

I haven't studies politics before either - I shouldn't think it will be a problem if you can really demonstrate your interest in it?
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ilse

I applied for POL as well!

In my last year of law so no politics degree on my part either it was one of the things that worried me when I applied but its nice to see that other people are in the same situation. As far as I can tell they do accept law graduates into the POL programme.

I applied for POL as well!

In my last year of law so no politics degree on my part either… it was one of the things that worried me when I applied but it’s nice to see that other people are in the same situation. As far as I can tell they do accept law graduates into the POL programme.

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