College of Europe 2015/2016


MSzilvasi
Hey everyone, I just applied through the College itself (no selection committee, and can't imagine how I will wait it out till I get a response. Anyone else sent their applications this year?
Hey everyone, I just applied through the College itself (no selection committee, and can't imagine how I will wait it out till I get a response. Anyone else sent their applications this year?
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Spencer89
Hi!
I'm from England so I applied via the English Committee so I guess we'll hear back from them shortly.
What course did you apply for? The LLM? Where are you from?
Hi!
I'm from England so I applied via the English Committee so I guess we'll hear back from them shortly.
What course did you apply for? The LLM? Where are you from?
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MSzilvasi
Yes, honestly, wrong forum I know, but there isn't one for us. I applied to IRDS, from Hungary originally. :)
Yes, honestly, wrong forum I know, but there isn't one for us. I applied to IRDS, from Hungary originally. :)
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Spencer89
Nice, well best of luck and hope to see you there in Autumn.
When are your interviews? I called them up and they said that the English Committee do them at the end of March :)

Take care
Nice, well best of luck and hope to see you there in Autumn.
When are your interviews? I called them up and they said that the English Committee do them at the end of March :)

Take care
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Melru
Hi guys,
Im from belgium and applied to IRD and to Natolin.
The waiting is already killing me.
Good Luck to you all ;)
Hi guys,
Im from belgium and applied to IRD and to Natolin.
The waiting is already killing me.
Good Luck to you all ;)
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Spencer89
we could create a small facebook group and talk about the interviews etc when everyone has their responses and each other prepare?
Just a thought anyway...
we could create a small facebook group and talk about the interviews etc when everyone has their responses and each other prepare?
Just a thought anyway...
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MSzilvasi
Yes we totally should. Post a link here if you make one :)
Yes we totally should. Post a link here if you make one :)
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Spencer89
PM'd!
PM'd!
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Nito09
Hello all!

I have also applied to the CoE, IRD 1st choice and POL as 2nd. I am from Morocco and currently studying in Belgium, and thus applying as a ENP student.

@Spencer I would be highly interested in joining the fb group for prospective students, could you pm the link? :) Thanks! And good luck to everyone!
Hello all!

I have also applied to the CoE, IRD 1st choice and POL as 2nd. I am from Morocco and currently studying in Belgium, and thus applying as a ENP student.

@Spencer I would be highly interested in joining the fb group for prospective students, could you pm the link? :) Thanks! And good luck to everyone!
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Rapsody
Hi guys,

another CoE applicant here! I am applying for the LLM. Spencer, could I kindly ask you please to also send me a link for the fb group? Let's hope cooperation will help us with the tricky interview questions :)
Hi guys,

another CoE applicant here! I am applying for the LLM. Spencer, could I kindly ask you please to also send me a link for the fb group? Let's hope cooperation will help us with the tricky interview questions :)
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Nito09
Here's the link to the "College of Europe prospective students 2015/2016 " facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/343387052515556/
Here's the link to the "College of Europe prospective students 2015/2016 " facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/343387052515556/
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hetmar
Hello !
I'm a current student at the College and actually there is a more general group for prospective students, and many students of my promotion and previous ones are part of it. It might be useful for you if you want to ask questions about your interviews !

https://www.facebook.com/groups/432088483564109/
Hello !
I'm a current student at the College and actually there is a more general group for prospective students, and many students of my promotion and previous ones are part of it. It might be useful for you if you want to ask questions about your interviews !

https://www.facebook.com/groups/432088483564109/
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Hi guys!

I'm in a dilemma! So I recently received my offer to study European Economic Integration and Business in CoE as well as Master of International Economic Policy in Sciences Po (Paris) and I have no idea which one to pick!

The program in Sciences Po is 2 years and I would be looking to continue onto PhD after. I've heard the calibre of staff and students is very high and the courses are extremely well taught. Sciences Po itself is well-regarded within France and the programme offers an option for an internship, which will be useful when finding a job (I plan to stay in France after). I may also have a scholarship although it has not been announced yet. Given that, Paris is extremely expensive and going into another Masters for 2 years seems a bit excessive.

The program in CoE is also exceptional and only 1 year. It is also very specialised, which will equally be useful for a future career. The downside is that I want to go into a PhD and the school doesn't offer this, which means I'll have to reapply to a Doctorate program at the end of the year (which is another struggle).

So, I'm at a total loss and have to make a decision by June!!! What do you guys think?
Hi guys!

I'm in a dilemma! So I recently received my offer to study European Economic Integration and Business in CoE as well as Master of International Economic Policy in Sciences Po (Paris) and I have no idea which one to pick!

The program in Sciences Po is 2 years and I would be looking to continue onto PhD after. I've heard the calibre of staff and students is very high and the courses are extremely well taught. Sciences Po itself is well-regarded within France and the programme offers an option for an internship, which will be useful when finding a job (I plan to stay in France after). I may also have a scholarship although it has not been announced yet. Given that, Paris is extremely expensive and going into another Masters for 2 years seems a bit excessive.

The program in CoE is also exceptional and only 1 year. It is also very specialised, which will equally be useful for a future career. The downside is that I want to go into a PhD and the school doesn't offer this, which means I'll have to reapply to a Doctorate program at the end of the year (which is another struggle).

So, I'm at a total loss and have to make a decision by June!!! What do you guys think?
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Idefix
Hi guys!

I am thinking of applying for the next session.

Is there any minimum overall grade requirement?

Thanks!
Hi guys!

I am thinking of applying for the next session.

Is there any minimum overall grade requirement?

Thanks!
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JZ166
Hi guys!

I am thinking of applying for the next session.

Is there any minimum overall grade requirement?

Thanks!


I don't think there is any official minimum overall grade requirement but I would imagine that it is quite a competitive selection process so that the Selection Committee would consider the candidate's overall academic grade too.
<blockquote>Hi guys!

I am thinking of applying for the next session.

Is there any minimum overall grade requirement?

Thanks!</blockquote>

I don't think there is any official minimum overall grade requirement but I would imagine that it is quite a competitive selection process so that the Selection Committee would consider the candidate's overall academic grade too.
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