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sid987

56 is the non-EU list ?

Does anyone know the current status, what is the last rank that usually gets in ?

56 is the non-EU list ?

Does anyone know the current status, what is the last rank that usually gets in ?
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Rufus17

56 is the non-EU list ?

Does anyone know the current status, what is the last rank that usually gets in ?


It's not clear what the final rank to get in will be, but a lot of people refuse admission if they don't get a waiver or scholarship from the look of previous years.

<blockquote>56 is the non-EU list ?

Does anyone know the current status, what is the last rank that usually gets in ?</blockquote>

It's not clear what the final rank to get in will be, but a lot of people refuse admission if they don't get a waiver or scholarship from the look of previous years.
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My admission mail said there were roughly 75 places for "programme country (EU) students", but they would admit more applicants in the first place because of the withdrawals.
Does anyone know her allocations yet? I am so excited :D!

My admission mail said there were roughly 75 places for "programme country (EU) students", but they would admit more applicants in the first place because of the withdrawals.
Does anyone know her allocations yet? I am so excited :D!
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Rufus17

My admission mail said there were roughly 75 places for "programme country (EU) students", but they would admit more applicants in the first place because of the withdrawals.
Does anyone know her allocations yet? I am so excited :D!


I was told the allocations came out around mid-april, but they have been moving ahead of schedule so it could be sooner.

<blockquote>My admission mail said there were roughly 75 places for "programme country (EU) students", but they would admit more applicants in the first place because of the withdrawals.
Does anyone know her allocations yet? I am so excited :D!</blockquote>

I was told the allocations came out around mid-april, but they have been moving ahead of schedule so it could be sooner.
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sid987

Any news on allocations ?

Any news on allocations ?
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Kitty-Su

I got ranked 31. Not sure whether I will get the partial waiver. Its an extremely interesting program. But I am just wondering what are really the job prospects for international students.

I need genuine advice from applicants. Being Non EU I have to think about this program twice.

I got ranked 31. Not sure whether I will get the partial waiver. Its an extremely interesting program. But I am just wondering what are really the job prospects for international students.

I need genuine advice from applicants. Being Non EU I have to think about this program twice.
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Depends on what You did before - I heard that it is a better field for lawyers than for economists.

Depends on what You did before - I heard that it is a better field for lawyers than for economists.
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