Tilburg, Radboud or European-institute.


Hello, I got accepted into 3 law schools, Tilburg law school( International Business law), Radboud University(European law, business law track), European-institute( European and International law). I have been contemplating which law school is the best choice for me. Since I live in japan, thee is little information about European law schools.
I have to make a decision within a few days, so it would be very helpful if any one could help me any advise. Thank you for watching this!!!!
Hello, I got accepted into 3 law schools, Tilburg law school( International Business law), Radboud University(European law, business law track), European-institute( European and International law). I have been contemplating which law school is the best choice for me. Since I live in japan, thee is little information about European law schools.
I have to make a decision within a few days, so it would be very helpful if any one could help me any advise. Thank you for watching this!!!!
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What are the most important things you are looking for in a programme? That should ultimately guide your decision.
What are the most important things you are looking for in a programme? That should ultimately guide your decision.
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What are the most important things you are looking for in a programme? That should ultimately guide your decision.



Thank you very much for replying. You have a point. I should have more clarified my points.
I want to pursue European law and International business law from practical and theoretical perspectives. As you might know, all these universities mentioned above offer very nice European law-courses with business law.I do value an atmosphere and qualities in the class, accessibilities to professors and tuition( Most tuitions for Non-EU students are placed higher than that of EU-sudents.
Thank you for your advice.
[quote]What are the most important things you are looking for in a programme? That should ultimately guide your decision. [/quote]


Thank you very much for replying. You have a point. I should have more clarified my points.
I want to pursue European law and International business law from practical and theoretical perspectives. As you might know, all these universities mentioned above offer very nice European law-courses with business law.I do value an atmosphere and qualities in the class, accessibilities to professors and tuition( Most tuitions for Non-EU students are placed higher than that of EU-sudents.
Thank you for your advice.
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