EMLE vs. EMTTLF


Well, you put it very well yourself.

About the flats,you can find better options if you look by yourself. However, I found them quite OK and a good solution if you don't want to risk getting there without any accomodation.

Maybe you can do as some did: get a Deusto-syndicated flat and drop it after one month once you find something better, teaming up with friends. You may lose some money in the process but it can be worth it.

Be warned that the Basque country is Spain's wealthiest region and thus flats in Bilbao are often quite expensive, specially now that the scholarship has been reduced in order to finance Deusto's exploits.
Well, you put it very well yourself.

About the flats,you can find better options if you look by yourself. However, I found them quite OK and a good solution if you don't want to risk getting there without any accomodation.

Maybe you can do as some did: get a Deusto-syndicated flat and drop it after one month once you find something better, teaming up with friends. You may lose some money in the process but it can be worth it.

Be warned that the Basque country is Spain's wealthiest region and thus flats in Bilbao are often quite expensive, specially now that the scholarship has been reduced in order to finance Deusto's exploits.
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I'm not even thinking about the hall of residence, I won't survive if I waste all the money on it! I'm choosing flats arranged by the accommodation programme, and filling the form we can put there the names of people we want to live with.
Thanks for advice about dropping the flat, I was already considering this, and now I know it's possible :)
I'm not even thinking about the hall of residence, I won't survive if I waste all the money on it! I'm choosing flats arranged by the accommodation programme, and filling the form we can put there the names of people we want to live with.
Thanks for advice about dropping the flat, I was already considering this, and now I know it's possible :)
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Don Colacho,
you were in EMTTLF, right?! Which track? Could you please share a little your experience? I notice you're from Europe, how did you find classes and universities? Is it a big deal?
I was accepted for the track in Strasbourg, but I really don't know if I should go for personal reasons. I don't have that much professional experience and I fear staying 2 years in Europe and then come back old to get a job in my country. However, having an european diploma is always a good differencial here and I think it's a good opportunity, once I got scholarship, but I want to know if it's worth.
Could you tell me a little about your experience? Is it worth? And how people see the program there in Europe?
Thanks.
Don Colacho,
you were in EMTTLF, right?! Which track? Could you please share a little your experience? I notice you're from Europe, how did you find classes and universities? Is it a big deal?
I was accepted for the track in Strasbourg, but I really don't know if I should go for personal reasons. I don't have that much professional experience and I fear staying 2 years in Europe and then come back old to get a job in my country. However, having an european diploma is always a good differencial here and I think it's a good opportunity, once I got scholarship, but I want to know if it's worth.
Could you tell me a little about your experience? Is it worth? And how people see the program there in Europe?
Thanks.
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Hi Ana,
you're probably already in Spain by now. So still time to profit from some experience I had as Don Colacho's fellow. His words are rough but honest. I vouch them.
If you stayed in your home country (Brazil?) getting some work experience, I'm sure postponing a LL.M. program was a wise decision.
Academically I found the program too general during the first year. Administratively,it is also chaotic, as it involves 3 universities and the EMTTLF is not a top priority at any of these universities (i.e. no one cares). The ILF is an exception compared to the first year of the program though. I personally enjoyed it a lot.
I cannot feed you more with details about Strasbourg. Perhaps Don Colacho will offer us a few more words...
Hi Ana,
you're probably already in Spain by now. So still time to profit from some experience I had as Don Colacho's fellow. His words are rough but honest. I vouch them.
If you stayed in your home country (Brazil?) getting some work experience, I'm sure postponing a LL.M. program was a wise decision.
Academically I found the program too general during the first year. Administratively,it is also chaotic, as it involves 3 universities and the EMTTLF is not a top priority at any of these universities (i.e. no one cares). The ILF is an exception compared to the first year of the program though. I personally enjoyed it a lot.
I cannot feed you more with details about Strasbourg. Perhaps Don Colacho will offer us a few more words...
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Rumours have reached me that the current edition EMTTLF edition (the 5th one) will be the last.
Rumours have reached me that the current edition EMTTLF edition (the 5th one) will be the last.

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Hi people,

This is a pretty old topic, I guess since the EMTTLF program has been discontinued. However, I would like to find out if it is possible to obtain the EMTTLF curriculum in any way? After ways of looking for it, I didn't manage to find it so I am wondering if some of old student happen to have it? Thanks in advance
Hi people,

This is a pretty old topic, I guess since the EMTTLF program has been discontinued. However, I would like to find out if it is possible to obtain the EMTTLF curriculum in any way? After ways of looking for it, I didn't manage to find it so I am wondering if some of old student happen to have it? Thanks in advance
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