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sancho

No problem as regards the answers - I was in your position one year ago and I know how it is :). I have chosen EU Economic law and WTO law specialization since they were the only two in English, but these year they decided to offer new specialization on Int. Dispute Resolution as you probably know and there will be no more EU Privat law and Media law specializations in German so you have only 4 specializations to choose from. Final thesis are only written, without oral presentation and you don't need to write them immediately after you finish with exams :).

No problem as regards the answers - I was in your position one year ago and I know how it is :). I have chosen EU Economic law and WTO law specialization since they were the only two in English, but these year they decided to offer new specialization on Int. Dispute Resolution as you probably know and there will be no more EU Privat law and Media law specializations in German so you have only 4 specializations to choose from. Final thesis are only written, without oral presentation and you don't need to write them immediately after you finish with exams :).
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So, Sancho, as I understand from you, we may choose for instance, the specialization on EU Economic Law, and, in order to get the necessary credits or if we just have more interest on it, choose 1 or 2 subjects from another area instead of 1 or 2 subjects from EU law...Is that right?

So, Sancho, as I understand from you, we may choose for instance, the specialization on EU Economic Law, and, in order to get the necessary credits or if we just have more interest on it, choose 1 or 2 subjects from another area instead of 1 or 2 subjects from EU law...Is that right?
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sancho

Yes, Bertolucci, it is right. You can take max. 2 specializations and you need 12 credit points for each so even if you take 2 specializations you have to get additional 21 credits as you need them 45 at the end. This additional credits you can get with some subjects from other specializations or you take general EU law subjects which the EI offers.

Yes, Bertolucci, it is right. You can take max. 2 specializations and you need 12 credit points for each so even if you take 2 specializations you have to get additional 21 credits as you need them 45 at the end. This additional credits you can get with some subjects from other specializations or you take general EU law subjects which the EI offers.
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bahriye

Hi everyone!
Do you have an idea about Saarbrücken's LLM programme in English?
Also is Saarbrücken a qualified law school at commercial law? I have very little information about it.

Hi everyone!
Do you have an idea about Saarbrücken's LLM programme in English?
Also is Saarbrücken a qualified law school at commercial law? I have very little information about it.
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mbou

Hi everyone! I just got accepted for this program as well. I am wondering whether to accept the offer or to do LLM in Maastricht European Law School. Can anyone give me some more details about the way the lectures are structured? Are there only lectures or there are also seminars and group works? How many hours of classes do you have per week? Are there exams for each one of the courses and does the examination consist only of tests or there are also presentations/papers/etc.? Sorry for asking so many questions:)

Hi everyone! I just got accepted for this program as well. I am wondering whether to accept the offer or to do LLM in Maastricht European Law School. Can anyone give me some more details about the way the lectures are structured? Are there only lectures or there are also seminars and group works? How many hours of classes do you have per week? Are there exams for each one of the courses and does the examination consist only of tests or there are also presentations/papers/etc.? Sorry for asking so many questions:)
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jolas

Hello,
I have been accepted at the LLM program for the academic year 2014/2015 at EI.
And now I feel stressed about the accommodation. Can anyone recommend any?
Thank you very much..

Hello,
I have been accepted at the LLM program for the academic year 2014/2015 at EI.
And now I feel stressed about the accommodation. Can anyone recommend any?
Thank you very much..
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DOORSI

Hey guys!
I have been admitted to the Europa Istitut for october 2014. I wanna ask you, since you already attended this LLM, is it useful for the world of work? Which opportunities does it give?
Thank you ;)

Hey guys!
I have been admitted to the Europa Istitut for october 2014. I wanna ask you, since you already attended this LLM, is it useful for the world of work? Which opportunities does it give?
Thank you ;)
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