llm in Groningen


Le You

Hi guys...how is life? well i have been admitted in the llm programme in international law in groningen. Anyone else from the 2006-2007 class? if not anyone with useful information about the programme and the city is also welcome.

Hi guys...how is life? well i have been admitted in the llm programme in international law in groningen. Anyone else from the 2006-2007 class? if not anyone with useful information about the programme and the city is also welcome.
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Sean78

Ahh... Groningen - one of the best student cities in the world! Congrats on getting into Groningen!

I did an exchange there a few years ago and it was one of the best academic terms of my life. There are so many internation students there that gives it a great atmosphere. Try to get yourself into one of the many international student houses and you will meet people from all over the world. My house had 40 people and approx 20 different countries represented - it was like the UN!

Academically the school is great and culturally and socially it is even better. Enjoy!

Ahh... Groningen - one of the best student cities in the world! Congrats on getting into Groningen!

I did an exchange there a few years ago and it was one of the best academic terms of my life. There are so many internation students there that gives it a great atmosphere. Try to get yourself into one of the many international student houses and you will meet people from all over the world. My house had 40 people and approx 20 different countries represented - it was like the UN!

Academically the school is great and culturally and socially it is even better. Enjoy!
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Hello there! Well, here is a student from the 2006-07 Intern. law class! All i can say for groningen, is that is is a great small, entertaining, peaceful and cosy town to study at! I have been there before as an erasmus student and appreciated its educational facilities and standards+loved the town so much, that just felt right going back again! Don't worry for anything, groningen is super :-)
Ele.-

Hello there! Well, here is a student from the 2006-07 Intern. law class! All i can say for groningen, is that is is a great small, entertaining, peaceful and cosy town to study at! I have been there before as an erasmus student and appreciated its educational facilities and standards+loved the town so much, that just felt right going back again! Don't worry for anything, groningen is super :-)
Ele.-
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sb

hi!

i'm not quite sure, if i'll participate at the llm-programme in groningen this year. maybe i should work first here and earn some money for groningen... but i would like to know: will i be to old for doing LLM in two years? do anybody know how old students generally are? ... "what a problem"you might think now... and you're right!

hi!

i'm not quite sure, if i'll participate at the llm-programme in groningen this year. maybe i should work first here and earn some money for groningen... but i would like to know: will i be to old for doing LLM in two years? do anybody know how old students generally are? ... "what a problem"you might think now... and you're right!
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Hi there to SB,
well i guess the average age of the LLM students lies somewhere between 25-28, but again this depends on the educational system of each country I suppose. Anyway, i even remember a 50 something year old Australian LLM student some years ago, so don't worry... unless you are over that age, but still...

Hi there to SB,
well i guess the average age of the LLM students lies somewhere between 25-28, but again this depends on the educational system of each country I suppose. Anyway, i even remember a 50 something year old Australian LLM student some years ago, so don't worry... unless you are over that age, but still...
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Le You

i don't understand your question. Typically, one can be admitted in a master programme whenever he wants, nomatter his age. physically however there are some limitations. nobody is immortal :)!!!!

i don't understand your question. Typically, one can be admitted in a master programme whenever he wants, nomatter his age. physically however there are some limitations. nobody is immortal :)!!!!
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sb

well, ... i take my question back. it was just... i know, that i can be admitted, even as a 100year-old, but.. i just don't wanna be the "senior" of the class, thats all.
i am from germany, an maybe you're aware about it, german students are the oldest in europe.
well, now its all the same for me; I am gonna appliying for the masters programm anyway.
however thanks for answering!

well, ... i take my question back. it was just... i know, that i can be admitted, even as a 100year-old, but.. i just don't wanna be the "senior" of the class, thats all.
i am from germany, an maybe you're aware about it, german students are the oldest in europe.
well, now its all the same for me; I am gonna appliying for the masters programm anyway.
however thanks for answering!

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Giovanna

Hi!! My name is Giovanna, I am from Panama. I would like to apply a LLM at Groningen. At this time I am studing an IMBA in Taiwan and will be finishing by June, 2007.
Do you know about any good source for scholarships?

Hi!! My name is Giovanna, I am from Panama. I would like to apply a LLM at Groningen. At this time I am studing an IMBA in Taiwan and will be finishing by June, 2007.
Do you know about any good source for scholarships?
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