College of Europe 2013/14


Hi Guys,

I'm applying to the CoE for next year... also thinking about going to the EUI.

anyone else too?
Hi Guys,

I'm applying to the CoE for next year... also thinking about going to the EUI.

anyone else too?
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Hi there Katarina, I'm applying to the Political and Administrative studies!

Nicde to hear from you and keep in touch!
Hi there Katarina, I'm applying to the Political and Administrative studies!

Nicde to hear from you and keep in touch!
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Lily89
Hello!

I am also applying for the COE for the LL.M. Any other lawyers here?
Is the College of Europe your first choice?
Hello!

I am also applying for the COE for the LL.M. Any other lawyers here?
Is the College of Europe your first choice?
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mrsg
I am applying for the LLM as well!And it is my first choice.
I am applying for the LLM as well!And it is my first choice.
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So I'm not lonely anymore :D
I'm applying for IRB and LAW, but still thinking about applying to Lissabon.

The motivation letter is killing me...

Did you answered all the questions for the Law application? They refer to the old treaty, don't they?
So I'm not lonely anymore :D
I'm applying for IRB and LAW, but still thinking about applying to Lissabon.

The motivation letter is killing me...

Did you answered all the questions for the Law application? They refer to the old treaty, don't they?
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Jeanine91
Hello everyone!

Although I know this platform is mainly used by law students, this seems to be the only place to talk about the other programmes of the CoE as well.

I am planning to apply for the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme in Natolin. Anyone else who is planning to do that? And does know how the chances are of being accepted for that specific programme?
Hello everyone!

Although I know this platform is mainly used by law students, this seems to be the only place to talk about the other programmes of the CoE as well.

I am planning to apply for the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme in Natolin. Anyone else who is planning to do that? And does know how the chances are of being accepted for that specific programme?
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mrsg


Did you answered all the questions for the Law application? They refer to the old treaty, don't they?

What questions?
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Did you answered all the questions for the Law application? They refer to the old treaty, don't they? </blockquote>
What questions?
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jy2013
Hey everyone,

I've been scouring the internet for the past 3 years for everything and anything on the CoE and this site seems to be the hub of everything CoE related haha so i decided to make an account here!

Unfortunately I'm not a law student (never had the patience nor the passion for it) but a history/IR student instead.

I've applied for the IRD and Political and Adminstrative Studies as my 2nd choice. Any other UK applicants here?

Oh, and GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE! :)
Hey everyone,

I've been scouring the internet for the past 3 years for everything and anything on the CoE and this site seems to be the hub of everything CoE related haha so i decided to make an account here!

Unfortunately I'm not a law student (never had the patience nor the passion for it) but a history/IR student instead.

I've applied for the IRD and Political and Adminstrative Studies as my 2nd choice. Any other UK applicants here?

Oh, and GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE! :)
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I also applied for IRD as first choice and LAW as second. How do you did it with the 2 letters of motivation? do you wrote both in the same way, with formal cover? I'm e.g. not sure if I just could copy some parts... Do you think the same person is going to read both or is the IRD just going to the IRD-Department...?

I talk about the questions about EU Law which appear at the last page of the online application after you click on the box in the beginning of the page....

Good luck to everyone as well :)
I also applied for IRD as first choice and LAW as second. How do you did it with the 2 letters of motivation? do you wrote both in the same way, with formal cover? I'm e.g. not sure if I just could copy some parts... Do you think the same person is going to read both or is the IRD just going to the IRD-Department...?

I talk about the questions about EU Law which appear at the last page of the online application after you click on the box in the beginning of the page....

Good luck to everyone as well :)
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jy2013
I also applied for IRD as first choice and LAW as second. How do you did it with the 2 letters of motivation? do you wrote both in the same way, with formal cover? I'm e.g. not sure if I just could copy some parts... Do you think the same person is going to read both or is the IRD just going to the IRD-Department...?

I talk about the questions about EU Law which appear at the last page of the online application after you click on the box in the beginning of the page....

Good luck to everyone as well :)


Hey Katharina, glad to see another IRD applicant!

Since I applied for IRD and POL which have similar roots and themes, what I did was change the words and specific policies and courses I took to fit either IRD or POL but kept the basic format and structure the same.

And wait, what do you mean by formal cover? We were supposed to write it formally? I wrote it like I would for a UK Personal Statement because with 4,000 characters, I didn't think that formalities were necessary. Did I just mess up my entire application?

And I dont know actually, I wrote it differently in case the same person does read it. I don't want to give the impression that I'm lazy and to be honest, you have nothing to lose by writing it differently but everything to gain.
<blockquote>I also applied for IRD as first choice and LAW as second. How do you did it with the 2 letters of motivation? do you wrote both in the same way, with formal cover? I'm e.g. not sure if I just could copy some parts... Do you think the same person is going to read both or is the IRD just going to the IRD-Department...?

I talk about the questions about EU Law which appear at the last page of the online application after you click on the box in the beginning of the page....

Good luck to everyone as well :)</blockquote>

Hey Katharina, glad to see another IRD applicant!

Since I applied for IRD and POL which have similar roots and themes, what I did was change the words and specific policies and courses I took to fit either IRD or POL but kept the basic format and structure the same.

And wait, what do you mean by formal cover? We were supposed to write it formally? I wrote it like I would for a UK Personal Statement because with 4,000 characters, I didn't think that formalities were necessary. Did I just mess up my entire application?

And I dont know actually, I wrote it differently in case the same person does read it. I don't want to give the impression that I'm lazy and to be honest, you have nothing to lose by writing it differently but everything to gain.
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jy2013
Wait did you mean the 2 letters of motivation for the ENP Scholarship?

I just had a heart attack until I found out that you had to do 2 formal letters for that scholarship.
Wait did you mean the 2 letters of motivation for the ENP Scholarship?

I just had a heart attack until I found out that you had to do 2 formal letters for that scholarship.
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Agnethe


I am planning to apply for the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme in Natolin. Anyone else who is planning to do that? And does know how the chances are of being accepted for that specific programme?


Hey Jannine!

I am also applying for the European Interdis. Program. From my country (Norway) usually noone apply at all, and I dotn knwo about any Norwegian (maybe there exist, but must be close to 0) who have studied at Natolin before...
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I am planning to apply for the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme in Natolin. Anyone else who is planning to do that? And does know how the chances are of being accepted for that specific programme?</blockquote>

Hey Jannine!

I am also applying for the European Interdis. Program. From my country (Norway) usually noone apply at all, and I dotn knwo about any Norwegian (maybe there exist, but must be close to 0) who have studied at Natolin before...
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Jeanine91


I am planning to apply for the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme in Natolin. Anyone else who is planning to do that? And does know how the chances are of being accepted for that specific programme?


Hey Jannine!

I am also applying for the European Interdis. Program. From my country (Norway) usually noone apply at all, and I dotn knwo about any Norwegian (maybe there exist, but must be close to 0) who have studied at Natolin before...


Hi! It sounds like you have a good chance of being accepted then? I guess they have some sort of ratio between different countries. What is your academic background? Good luck!!
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I am planning to apply for the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme in Natolin. Anyone else who is planning to do that? And does know how the chances are of being accepted for that specific programme?</blockquote>

Hey Jannine!

I am also applying for the European Interdis. Program. From my country (Norway) usually noone apply at all, and I dotn knwo about any Norwegian (maybe there exist, but must be close to 0) who have studied at Natolin before...</blockquote>

Hi! It sounds like you have a good chance of being accepted then? I guess they have some sort of ratio between different countries. What is your academic background? Good luck!!
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Clare
I've applied for IRD, with Interdisciplinary Studies as my second choice. I definitely prefer the IRD programme, but I think I'd rather live in Warsaw. There's been a hold-up getting one of my letters of recommendation, so I'm a bit anxious in case my application doesn't work out, even though I've checked with the admissions office. I left my last academic programme 3 years ago, so it was a bit tricky to get it sorted out. I'm also wondering if I'd be the oldest if I were to be accepted, as I'd be 32 by September!

Good luck to everyone! Judging by previous years' threads it looks like we're in for a long wait to find out if we're accepted...
I've applied for IRD, with Interdisciplinary Studies as my second choice. I definitely prefer the IRD programme, but I think I'd rather live in Warsaw. There's been a hold-up getting one of my letters of recommendation, so I'm a bit anxious in case my application doesn't work out, even though I've checked with the admissions office. I left my last academic programme 3 years ago, so it was a bit tricky to get it sorted out. I'm also wondering if I'd be the oldest if I were to be accepted, as I'd be 32 by September!

Good luck to everyone! Judging by previous years' threads it looks like we're in for a long wait to find out if we're accepted...
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Agnethe


I am planning to apply for the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme in Natolin. Anyone else who is planning to do that? And does know how the chances are of being accepted for that specific programme?


Hey Jannine!

I am also applying for the European Interdis. Program. From my country (Norway) usually noone apply at all, and I dotn knwo about any Norwegian (maybe there exist, but must be close to 0) who have studied at Natolin before...


Hi! It sounds like you have a good chance of being accepted then? I guess they have some sort of ratio between different countries. What is your academic background? Good luck!!


I hope so :) I aksed them today that I owuld be happy to know how many norwegian applied an dthey told they will let e knowlater when they have finished the registration. I have bachelor degree in POlitical Scince an dRussia/Easterneuropena studieas and current master student in Central Asia and Caucasus studies woith major in Geography and development. I made it clear that i wouldlove to attend the European as a Regional Actor program in case tehy accept me.... Good luck to u too! Maybe they will both of us :)
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>

I am planning to apply for the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme in Natolin. Anyone else who is planning to do that? And does know how the chances are of being accepted for that specific programme?</blockquote>

Hey Jannine!

I am also applying for the European Interdis. Program. From my country (Norway) usually noone apply at all, and I dotn knwo about any Norwegian (maybe there exist, but must be close to 0) who have studied at Natolin before...</blockquote>

Hi! It sounds like you have a good chance of being accepted then? I guess they have some sort of ratio between different countries. What is your academic background? Good luck!!</blockquote>

I hope so :) I aksed them today that I owuld be happy to know how many norwegian applied an dthey told they will let e knowlater when they have finished the registration. I have bachelor degree in POlitical Scince an dRussia/Easterneuropena studieas and current master student in Central Asia and Caucasus studies woith major in Geography and development. I made it clear that i wouldlove to attend the European as a Regional Actor program in case tehy accept me.... Good luck to u too! Maybe they will both of us :)
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Agnethe
I've applied for IRD, with Interdisciplinary Studies as my second choice. I definitely prefer the IRD programme, but I think I'd rather live in Warsaw. There's been a hold-up getting one of my letters of recommendation, so I'm a bit anxious in case my application doesn't work out, even though I've checked with the admissions office. I left my last academic programme 3 years ago, so it was a bit tricky to get it sorted out. I'm also wondering if I'd be the oldest if I were to be accepted, as I'd be 32 by September!

I think u can never be too old :) Good luck to you! :)

Good luck to everyone! Judging by previous years' threads it looks like we're in for a long wait to find out if we're accepted...
<blockquote>I've applied for IRD, with Interdisciplinary Studies as my second choice. I definitely prefer the IRD programme, but I think I'd rather live in Warsaw. There's been a hold-up getting one of my letters of recommendation, so I'm a bit anxious in case my application doesn't work out, even though I've checked with the admissions office. I left my last academic programme 3 years ago, so it was a bit tricky to get it sorted out. I'm also wondering if I'd be the oldest if I were to be accepted, as I'd be 32 by September!

I think u can never be too old :) Good luck to you! :)

Good luck to everyone! Judging by previous years' threads it looks like we're in for a long wait to find out if we're accepted...</blockquote>
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I applied for the IRD programme as the first choice and European IS in Natolin as the second one!

Does anyone know when aprox the interviews will take place?
I applied for the IRD programme as the first choice and European IS in Natolin as the second one!

Does anyone know when aprox the interviews will take place?
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Clare
It seems to vary based on course, country of origin, and scholarships. I'm applying from the UK, for a scholarship from the goverment, and I've been told that the interviews for that will be in March. I'm not sure whether that's all of the UK applicants or if that's just for this specific scholarship though.
It seems to vary based on course, country of origin, and scholarships. I'm applying from the UK, for a scholarship from the goverment, and I've been told that the interviews for that will be in March. I'm not sure whether that's all of the UK applicants or if that's just for this specific scholarship though.
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I also wrote two letters, I just used one sentence twice, they differ a lot. I took me weeks :D

I know that my interviews will be at the 18./19.03. But I'm not sure when I get to know if I'm invited to one...

Hope to see you soon and best of luck!
I also wrote two letters, I just used one sentence twice, they differ a lot. I took me weeks :D

I know that my interviews will be at the 18./19.03. But I'm not sure when I get to know if I'm invited to one...

Hope to see you soon and best of luck!
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AnnaB
Hi!
I already applied for the IRD program as first option and the Interdisciplinary studies as the second one.
Do you know if they have a quota by nationalities? Or, for example, if you are the only one from a country applying you are going to have more opportunities?

Thanks, and good luck to you all!!!
Hi!
I already applied for the IRD program as first option and the Interdisciplinary studies as the second one.
Do you know if they have a quota by nationalities? Or, for example, if you are the only one from a country applying you are going to have more opportunities?

Thanks, and good luck to you all!!!
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