Students in Germany?


sunyun
Hi there, I was wondering whether anyone else is applying for an LLM in Germany? I have applied to Berlin and I was wondering whether others have good ideas for moving to Germany, health insurance etc...

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Hi there, I was wondering whether anyone else is applying for an LLM in Germany? I have applied to Berlin and I was wondering whether others have good ideas for moving to Germany, health insurance etc...

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MK10
Yea I will be joining ILF,Frankfurt in october.still seaching for a place to stay...for insurance the university has suggested AOK Health insurance
Yea I will be joining ILF,Frankfurt in october.still seaching for a place to stay...for insurance the university has suggested AOK Health insurance
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Vera N
I'm a graduate from London (but not British origin) who is accepted to the LL.M International Legal Studies in Vienna and to the Leiden International Law Program. Vienna's professors are so well known academically, that my English superviser recommended to give Vienna the number one chance. Vienna has many international organisations and also the OSCE and UNCITRAL. My cousin who is a solicitor says go for Vienna "its also the capital of a country". I know that Leiden is famous, but I've heard about the awkward behaviour Dutch have towards students who aren't of British origin. Perhaps we ought to aim at the reputation of the teachers? The program in Leiden is enormous, while the Viennese program has several focuses taught be real insiders. What do you say? Leiden or LL.M. International Legal Studies in Vienna?

I'm a graduate from London (but not British origin) who is accepted to the LL.M International Legal Studies in Vienna and to the Leiden International Law Program. Vienna's professors are so well known academically, that my English superviser recommended to give Vienna the number one chance. Vienna has many international organisations and also the OSCE and UNCITRAL. My cousin who is a solicitor says go for Vienna "its also the capital of a country". I know that Leiden is famous, but I've heard about the awkward behaviour Dutch have towards students who aren't of British origin. Perhaps we ought to aim at the reputation of the teachers? The program in Leiden is enormous, while the Viennese program has several focuses taught be real insiders. What do you say? Leiden or LL.M. International Legal Studies in Vienna?
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Hey, I am also considering applying to German universities (and the deadline is quickly approaching) but I am not sure yet....has the application process been problematic?
Hey, I am also considering applying to German universities (and the deadline is quickly approaching) but I am not sure yet....has the application process been problematic?
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sunyun
Hi MK10, thank you so much!

What website are you using for finding a place? I mostly used wg-gesucht.de and immoscout24.de, they seem to be the biggest?
I'll have a look at AOK, is it a private or publich insurance? Are we even eligilbe for public insurance?

I fail to see how your post relates to my question, Vera N.... -.-

@NewHereToo: Not at all, it was all online and no application fee, so quickly apply before the deadline ends!
Hi MK10, thank you so much!

What website are you using for finding a place? I mostly used wg-gesucht.de and immoscout24.de, they seem to be the biggest?
I'll have a look at AOK, is it a private or publich insurance? Are we even eligilbe for public insurance?

I fail to see how your post relates to my question, Vera N.... -.-

@NewHereToo: Not at all, it was all online and no application fee, so quickly apply before the deadline ends!
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MBL-FU
Dear all (but especially sunyun),

There are lots of information for international students coming to Germany available here: http://www.internationale-studierende.de/en/home/. If you have applied to the MBL programme (I think I read somewhere that you wanted to, sunyun?), you will also receive access to Campus Management, an online portal with all the information you could possible need. We have a local Branch of AOK on campus and they can check for you whether you need healthcare insurance (for post-graduated programmes not mandatory) and if so, they will make you an offer but feel free to compare with others!

I hope this helps :-)
Dear all (but especially sunyun),

There are lots of information for international students coming to Germany available here: http://www.internationale-studierende.de/en/home/. If you have applied to the MBL programme (I think I read somewhere that you wanted to, sunyun?), you will also receive access to Campus Management, an online portal with all the information you could possible need. We have a local Branch of AOK on campus and they can check for you whether you need healthcare insurance (for post-graduated programmes not mandatory) and if so, they will make you an offer but feel free to compare with others!

I hope this helps :-)
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