Tilburg or Erasmus (Rotterdam)??


mvmarti1
I am torn between two programmes: LLM In commercial and Company Law (Erasmus University Rotterdam) or the LL in International Business Law (Tilburg)... Has anyone of you know which one might be better, or has anyone of you studied in this cities?? Any info? please help!
I am torn between two programmes: LLM In commercial and Company Law (Erasmus University Rotterdam) or the LL in International Business Law (Tilburg)... Has anyone of you know which one might be better, or has anyone of you studied in this cities?? Any info? please help!
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Corfin
I am torn between two programmes: LLM In commercial and Company Law (Erasmus University Rotterdam) or the LL in International Business Law (Tilburg)... Has anyone of you know which one might be better, or has anyone of you studied in this cities?? Any info? please help!

I spent one semester at Erasmus Law School as an Exchange student and I was not too impressed by the experience. Overall I think the school is fine but there were too many things that were bothering me personally, whether it was the overcrowded disfunctional library (I am very much a library guy), limited course selection (even though I could enroll virtually in any course including LLM courses I did not find very interesting) or a lot of construction going on (I am pretty sure they are not done by now) or my unfortunate housing situation. I dont know - I guess people might like it but I personally would not want pursue further studies here.
<blockquote>I am torn between two programmes: LLM In commercial and Company Law (Erasmus University Rotterdam) or the LL in International Business Law (Tilburg)... Has anyone of you know which one might be better, or has anyone of you studied in this cities?? Any info? please help!</blockquote>
I spent one semester at Erasmus Law School as an Exchange student and I was not too impressed by the experience. Overall I think the school is fine but there were too many things that were bothering me personally, whether it was the overcrowded disfunctional library (I am very much a library guy), limited course selection (even though I could enroll virtually in any course including LLM courses I did not find very interesting) or a lot of construction going on (I am pretty sure they are not done by now) or my unfortunate housing situation. I dont know - I guess people might like it but I personally would not want pursue further studies here.
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mvmarti1
Thank you so much! I've never heard anything about erasmus. I have heard though, the housing can be quite hard in Rotterdam. Is it an expensive city? Is it secure? Thanks again!
Thank you so much! I've never heard anything about erasmus. I have heard though, the housing can be quite hard in Rotterdam. Is it an expensive city? Is it secure? Thanks again!
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Corfin
Thank you so much! I've never heard anything about erasmus. I have heard though, the housing can be quite hard in Rotterdam. Is it an expensive city? Is it secure? Thanks again!


yes i think housing is a real bitch in rotterdam..maybe that was another reason why I didnt like my experience too much. I eventually found a place for a very reasonable price, not too farfrom the school but it was not what I was looking for.
<blockquote>Thank you so much! I've never heard anything about erasmus. I have heard though, the housing can be quite hard in Rotterdam. Is it an expensive city? Is it secure? Thanks again! </blockquote>

yes i think housing is a real bitch in rotterdam..maybe that was another reason why I didnt like my experience too much. I eventually found a place for a very reasonable price, not too farfrom the school but it was not what I was looking for.
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