LLM in Maritime Law 2010/11


Marijukas

Hey,

I have been admitted to Lund University and still waiting the results from University of Oslo. Can anyone tell where it is better?

Hey,

I have been admitted to Lund University and still waiting the results from University of Oslo. Can anyone tell where it is better?
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Dear kanjeng,

For law of the sea (not maritime law), Tromso is better. A good friend of me is accepted, so if you want to, I can give his e-mail. He is dutch.

regards

Dear kanjeng,

For law of the sea (not maritime law), Tromso is better. A good friend of me is accepted, so if you want to, I can give his e-mail. He is dutch.

regards
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sonia84

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Hi!
I'm admitted for the LLM Maritime law for this year too! Looking forward to meet you guys in august!

I think you are confusing 2 things: maritime law (eg Lund (sweden!) and oslo (Norway)) and law of the sea (eg Tromso and Netherlands) Ok, for law of the sea, I did that too, but in utrecht university (There they have the NILOS, Netherlands institute for law of the sea). But they work close together with Tromso (as one of their professors is teaching there). In Tromso, they also have a full program for law of the sea, in Utrecht they don't (falls under the Public International law program with mandatory courses such as human rights etc).

For maritime law (private law), I'm very sure that Oslo is way better as Lund. But your choice of course. I can comment on that further if you want to by e-mail.

Hi!
I'm admitted for the LLM Maritime law for this year too! Looking forward to meet you guys in august!

I think you are confusing 2 things: maritime law (eg Lund (sweden!) and oslo (Norway)) and law of the sea (eg Tromso and Netherlands) Ok, for law of the sea, I did that too, but in utrecht university (There they have the NILOS, Netherlands institute for law of the sea). But they work close together with Tromso (as one of their professors is teaching there). In Tromso, they also have a full program for law of the sea, in Utrecht they don't (falls under the Public International law program with mandatory courses such as human rights etc).

For maritime law (private law), I'm very sure that Oslo is way better as Lund. But your choice of course. I can comment on that further if you want to by e-mail.
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Hi liv dinges ,
Could you mention the award or honour medal obtained by Tromso Uni (including the lecturers, especially relating to the sea of law) from national or internasional institution?
Thank you

Hi liv dinges ,
Could you mention the award or honour medal obtained by Tromso Uni (including the lecturers, especially relating to the sea of law) from national or internasional institution?
Thank you
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hi,

The answers for LLM in maritime law taught at Oslo were supposed to be given in early june. Who has had something?

hi,

The answers for LLM in maritime law taught at Oslo were supposed to be given in early june. Who has had something?
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Hi there,

I was admitted. I'm a european self-financed student.

who else is admitted?

all the best,

Hi there,

I was admitted. I'm a european self-financed student.

who else is admitted?

all the best,
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Did you get an official letter or just an email?

When did you get the answer?

Thanx

Did you get an official letter or just an email?

When did you get the answer?

Thanx
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I got an e-mail, saying I was admitted,and that they will send me asap a package about housing etc... There was also a link to a page where you needed to accept or decline the offer.

I got an e-mail, saying I was admitted,and that they will send me asap a package about housing etc... There was also a link to a page where you needed to accept or decline the offer.
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I might be rejected as I haven't reveived anything.Too bad...Need to go to UCL...Very disappointed!

I might be rejected as I haven't reveived anything.Too bad...Need to go to UCL...Very disappointed!
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From Oslo

Hi,

They should send out letters or mail to the ones rejected as well, might stil be some hope. But the mail stated that it was " to many well qualified applicants this year, and a long waiting
list of students"

I got the letter of acceptance on e-mail and bye regular mail last week.

I am Norwegian and allready a student with UIO, living in Oslo.

Look forward to see some of you in the end of august.

Hi,

They should send out letters or mail to the ones rejected as well, might stil be some hope. But the mail stated that it was " to many well qualified applicants this year, and a long waiting
list of students"

I got the letter of acceptance on e-mail and bye regular mail last week.

I am Norwegian and allready a student with UIO, living in Oslo.

Look forward to see some of you in the end of august.
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sonia84

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Hi,

They should send out letters or mail to the ones rejected as well, might stil be some hope. But the mail stated that it was " to many well qualified applicants this year, and a long waiting
list of students"


I should have received an email saying I am rejected then...

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<blockquote>Hi,

They should send out letters or mail to the ones rejected as well, might stil be some hope. But the mail stated that it was " to many well qualified applicants this year, and a long waiting
list of students"


I should have received an email saying I am rejected then...

.
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keejoo

I also think they should send letters of rejection. Did you guys received confirmation when you have submitted your papers? Haven't received anything, it is so frustrating to keep waiting. Good luck to all of you!

I also think they should send letters of rejection. Did you guys received confirmation when you have submitted your papers? Haven't received anything, it is so frustrating to keep waiting. Good luck to all of you!€
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I also think they should send letters of rejection. Did you guys received confirmation when you have submitted your papers? Haven't received anything, it is so frustrating to keep waiting. Good luck to all of you!


no, there was no confirmation when submitting all my papers, but I just send them an e-mail requesting to do that, and then they confirmed.

<blockquote>I also think they should send letters of rejection. Did you guys received confirmation when you have submitted your papers? Haven't received anything, it is so frustrating to keep waiting. Good luck to all of you!€</blockquote>

no, there was no confirmation when submitting all my papers, but I just send them an e-mail requesting to do that, and then they confirmed.
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Hi Kejoo,

Have you heard back from them?

Hi Kejoo,

Have you heard back from them?
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keejoo

I have just called them, E-mailed as well(did that before but with no luck).Anyhow, I've been told that even the ones who will be rejected shall receive an email.
I applied as a self financed EU student, but I haven't graduated Law, so i know what my chanses are to get admitted.

I have just called them, E-mailed as well(did that before but with no luck).Anyhow, I've been told that even the ones who will be rejected shall receive an email.
I applied as a self financed EU student, but I haven't graduated Law, so i know what my chanses are to get admitted.
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Ok...I haven't received anything so far.

I also applied as a self financed EU student.

Wait and see.

Ok...I haven't received anything so far.

I also applied as a self financed EU student.

Wait and see.

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From Oslo

Dear From Oslo,

As a native/Norwegian, what do you think about reputation of university of Tromso especially for Master on the Law of Sea?
Thank you


I am sorry but I cant tell you much about that program. I only know that Tromsö is the "smallest" when it is about general law studies in Norway,
But law of the sea is probably some politcks as well, and Tromsö is up there close to the artic waters.
You should give them a call, ask how many people running the program, type of students,teaching methods etc.

At least you will get to see the midnight sun :)

<blockquote>Dear From Oslo,

As a native/Norwegian, what do you think about reputation of university of Tromso especially for Master on the Law of Sea?
Thank you</blockquote>

I am sorry but I cant tell you much about that program. I only know that Tromsö is the "smallest" when it is about general law studies in Norway,
But law of the sea is probably some politcks as well, and Tromsö is up there close to the artic waters.
You should give them a call, ask how many people running the program, type of students,teaching methods etc.

At least you will get to see the midnight sun :)
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Hi Keejoo,

Any news? Still nothing for me...

Hi Keejoo,

Any news? Still nothing for me...
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