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Benou778

Salut Laurent,

From what I remember from the interview, there were about 48 prospective candidates but only half that number of available places. In total there should be about 24 to 28 of us (don't quote me on this)!!

I know this a predominantly LLM based thread but if there are any other 2008/2009 students who will be studying one of the other disciplines...it would be nice to hear from you.

Salut Laurent,

From what I remember from the interview, there were about 48 prospective candidates but only half that number of available places. In total there should be about 24 to 28 of us (don't quote me on this)!!

I know this a predominantly LLM based thread but if there are any other 2008/2009 students who will be studying one of the other disciplines...it would be nice to hear from you.
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Teona

Hi,
I would like to know when the College of Europe interview results of applicants from ENP countries will be announced? At the begining of may I had a telephone interview and at the begining of june they informed me that they sent my candidacy for full scholarship to the EC. But I havent still any reply... what does it mean? in any case they willl inform me about the results or not? thanks in advance..:)

Hi,
I would like to know when the College of Europe interview results of applicants from ENP countries will be announced? At the begining of may I had a telephone interview and at the begining of june they informed me that they sent my candidacy for full scholarship to the EC. But I havent still any reply... what does it mean? in any case they willl inform me about the results or not? thanks in advance..:)
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rosenceto

Hi everybody,
I am accepted to the Natolin campus, Warsaw. My first choice was the European Law department in Bruges. My previous background is concentrated at Law. Do you think that the Natolin campus is the best option for me, or should I wait one year and complete a master in France and hope to get in Bruges then?Help me!
Thanks in advance!

Hi everybody,
I am accepted to the Natolin campus, Warsaw. My first choice was the European Law department in Bruges. My previous background is concentrated at Law. Do you think that the Natolin campus is the best option for me, or should I wait one year and complete a master in France and hope to get in Bruges then?Help me!
Thanks in advance!
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