IP/ICT Law . few thoughts and questions


Hi everybody,
I would like to apply for this program at KU Leuven, but I have few concerns.
a) have anybody studies part-time programme here? How does it look like, especially - does it require frequent presentation in Brussels?
b) does university require letters of recommendations? I didn' t find anything about it, but I just want to be sure (mainly because being out of school for quite a few years may be a great obstacle in receiving them)
c) and here is my main concern. I am very responsible, hard-working and career-oriented person. Nowadays. But the fact is that it wasn't always like that. I guess you know what I mean - my grades were not very good, and it's gonna stay with me for the rest of my life. But here they are. I need to send a translated transcript of academic records and I am just curious whether I should invest into translation and also into language certificate, or it is pointless in terms of the grades.

I would very appreciate any experiences and ideas, maybe even about another programme (equally cheap :)))
Hi everybody,
I would like to apply for this program at KU Leuven, but I have few concerns.
a) have anybody studies part-time programme here? How does it look like, especially - does it require frequent presentation in Brussels?
b) does university require letters of recommendations? I didn' t find anything about it, but I just want to be sure (mainly because being out of school for quite a few years may be a great obstacle in receiving them)
c) and here is my main concern. I am very responsible, hard-working and career-oriented person. Nowadays. But the fact is that it wasn't always like that. I guess you know what I mean - my grades were not very good, and it's gonna stay with me for the rest of my life. But here they are. I need to send a translated transcript of academic records and I am just curious whether I should invest into translation and also into language certificate, or it is pointless in terms of the grades.

I would very appreciate any experiences and ideas, maybe even about another programme (equally cheap :)))
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johadr
Hi!
I can only answer one of your questions and I really hope that someone else is going to answer the rest of them.
So as for your b) question, I have already contacted the University and they informed me that "candidates applying for this programme are not required to submit any recommendation letters"
Hi!
I can only answer one of your questions and I really hope that someone else is going to answer the rest of them.
So as for your b) question, I have already contacted the University and they informed me that "candidates applying for this programme are not required to submit any recommendation letters"
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Mombastic
Hi everybody,
I would like to apply for this program at KU Leuven, but I have few concerns.
a) have anybody studies part-time programme here? How does it look like, especially - does it require frequent presentation in Brussels?
b) does university require letters of recommendations? I didn' t find anything about it, but I just want to be sure (mainly because being out of school for quite a few years may be a great obstacle in receiving them)
c) and here is my main concern. I am very responsible, hard-working and career-oriented person. Nowadays. But the fact is that it wasn't always like that. I guess you know what I mean - my grades were not very good, and it's gonna stay with me for the rest of my life. But here they are. I need to send a translated transcript of academic records and I am just curious whether I should invest into translation and also into language certificate, or it is pointless in terms of the grades.

I would very appreciate any experiences and ideas, maybe even about another programme (equally cheap :)))


I'd suggest calling ASAP to ensure that you can start working on your app/ submit it at your earliest convenience.

[Edited by Mombastic on Dec 19, 2017]

[quote]Hi everybody,
I would like to apply for this program at KU Leuven, but I have few concerns.
a) have anybody studies part-time programme here? How does it look like, especially - does it require frequent presentation in Brussels?
b) does university require letters of recommendations? I didn' t find anything about it, but I just want to be sure (mainly because being out of school for quite a few years may be a great obstacle in receiving them)
c) and here is my main concern. I am very responsible, hard-working and career-oriented person. Nowadays. But the fact is that it wasn't always like that. I guess you know what I mean - my grades were not very good, and it's gonna stay with me for the rest of my life. But here they are. I need to send a translated transcript of academic records and I am just curious whether I should invest into translation and also into language certificate, or it is pointless in terms of the grades.

I would very appreciate any experiences and ideas, maybe even about another programme (equally cheap :)))[/quote]

I'd suggest calling ASAP to ensure that you can start working on your app/ submit it at your earliest convenience.
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rclam
Hey, how did it go for you? I have similar worries regard to admissions
Hey, how did it go for you? I have similar worries regard to admissions
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