Vienna.European and International Business Law Program 2012 (October) / 2013


Anyone of you know German.

I was trying to browse through the housing sites provided by laughing Buddha... Turns out they are in German.
Anyone of you know German.

I was trying to browse through the housing sites provided by laughing Buddha... Turns out they are in German.
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Yaroslav
I know)
I know)
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Clélia
I know too :)
I know too :)
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Clélia
If you need any information or help and that you can not find these in English, please do not hesitate to contact me, I will try to do my best. (doris_cayon@hotmail.com)
If you need any information or help and that you can not find these in English, please do not hesitate to contact me, I will try to do my best. (doris_cayon@hotmail.com)
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More and more of us are gathering.
More and more of us are gathering.
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hoursnot
Hello Guys,

Congratulations to the rest of you.

I have been selected to the program. Has anyone heard from the Admission office coz i need to get working on my Visa. (I am from India). Guess the rest of you don't need one to be attending the course.

Did anyone figure out housing? I am a little unsure of when how long it would take me to find a place. I am thinking of coming down to Vienna by the third week of september.

Cheers,
Hello Guys,

Congratulations to the rest of you.

I have been selected to the program. Has anyone heard from the Admission office coz i need to get working on my Visa. (I am from India). Guess the rest of you don't need one to be attending the course.

Did anyone figure out housing? I am a little unsure of when how long it would take me to find a place. I am thinking of coming down to Vienna by the third week of september.

Cheers,
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Yaroslav
Hello! I'm from Ukraine so I have to get visa to. Dont think admission office will help. They don't deal with visa issues as i know. I made a reservation for the appartment through housing Wien. There is a good choice of flats for students. So good luck to you and see you in September)
Hello! I'm from Ukraine so I have to get visa to. Dont think admission office will help. They don't deal with visa issues as i know. I made a reservation for the appartment through housing Wien. There is a good choice of flats for students. So good luck to you and see you in September)
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Jernej
Hello all,

one more:) I've been accepted to our LLM programm (in English) and now I would also like to know when it begins. But it seems that we will first get to know each other than the actual starting date, which is not so bad either :)
Hello all,

one more:) I've been accepted to our LLM programm (in English) and now I would also like to know when it begins. But it seems that we will first get to know each other than the actual starting date, which is not so bad either :)

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vienlaw
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hoursnot
Hi,

Got a confirmation that the course is going to start from October 8.
Looking forward to meet all of you.
Hi,

Got a confirmation that the course is going to start from October 8.
Looking forward to meet all of you.
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Katie66
Hi everyone,

One more. Really look forward to meeting you guys in the nearly future!
Hi everyone,

One more. Really look forward to meeting you guys in the nearly future!
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Hi all. I have also been accepted to this program :)

has any of you figured out accommodation yet? are any of you using services of www.housing.oead.ac.at/? I tried to secure accommodation myself, unfortunately, most student residence halls/dormitories are full. you guys can still check them out, though:

http://www.stuwo.at/en/
http://www.akademikerhilfe.at/
http://www.home4students.at/
http://www.wihast.at/
http://oejab.at/
http://studentenheim-gasometer.at/

How are you all dealing with your student residence permit? Do you settle it in your home country, or intend to do it in Vienna? I would prefer to apply for my permit here in Malaysia, however, i cannot provide the documents needed such as proof of accommodation and proof of health insurance. Can anyone tell me how I can obtain Austrian health insurance from my country?

I would appreciate it if any of you kind souls would help me with my issues. Look forward to being classmates with you all, cheers!
Hi all. I have also been accepted to this program :)

has any of you figured out accommodation yet? are any of you using services of www.housing.oead.ac.at/? I tried to secure accommodation myself, unfortunately, most student residence halls/dormitories are full. you guys can still check them out, though:

http://www.stuwo.at/en/
http://www.akademikerhilfe.at/
http://www.home4students.at/
http://www.wihast.at/
http://oejab.at/
http://studentenheim-gasometer.at/

How are you all dealing with your student residence permit? Do you settle it in your home country, or intend to do it in Vienna? I would prefer to apply for my permit here in Malaysia, however, i cannot provide the documents needed such as proof of accommodation and proof of health insurance. Can anyone tell me how I can obtain Austrian health insurance from my country?

I would appreciate it if any of you kind souls would help me with my issues. Look forward to being classmates with you all, cheers!
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vienlaw
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sabuhi
Hi guys. I got some problems with accommodation. Did anyone left who has not found a place to stay? What are you going to do? Does anybody wants to share apartment?
Hi guys. I got some problems with accommodation. Did anyone left who has not found a place to stay? What are you going to do? Does anybody wants to share apartment?
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Actually i have found accomodation via www.housing.oead.at. I applied several months ago and they provided me with a single room within the next two weeks.
They have a lot of student houses/campuses around the city, so why not to ask them? Also there is a student campus of the University of Vienna (which was not offered to the foreign students for some reason) with available rooms for renting. Check out also the list of the housing organisations mentioned on this particular discussion board:
www.housing.oead.at
www.jobwohnen.at
www.casaswap.com
www.wohnenboerse.at
wohnen.career.at/wg-zimmer-wien.php

some of these web sites are in german only though, what makes the information you will get a bit convoluted.

I'm afraid that's all i can help you with.
Actually i have found accomodation via www.housing.oead.at. I applied several months ago and they provided me with a single room within the next two weeks.
They have a lot of student houses/campuses around the city, so why not to ask them? Also there is a student campus of the University of Vienna (which was not offered to the foreign students for some reason) with available rooms for renting. Check out also the list of the housing organisations mentioned on this particular discussion board:
www.housing.oead.at
www.jobwohnen.at
www.casaswap.com
www.wohnenboerse.at
wohnen.career.at/wg-zimmer-wien.php

some of these web sites are in german only though, what makes the information you will get a bit convoluted.

I'm afraid that's all i can help you with.
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1. The proof of accomodation. I just printed out the contract of accomodation i got from housing.oead via e-mail. That was sufficient for the austrian embassy.
2. Health insurance. I also obtained my health insurence at one of the accredited by the austrian embassy insurance organisations (they had a list of such organisations on their web page) in my country. That was sufficient as well.

Can't really comment on the process of application for a visa in your country. That was only my experience.
1. The proof of accomodation. I just printed out the contract of accomodation i got from housing.oead via e-mail. That was sufficient for the austrian embassy.
2. Health insurance. I also obtained my health insurence at one of the accredited by the austrian embassy insurance organisations (they had a list of such organisations on their web page) in my country. That was sufficient as well.

Can't really comment on the process of application for a visa in your country. That was only my experience.


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Is there anyone from China or USA by the way?
Is there anyone from China or USA by the way?
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Katie66
Thanks for your information, SmillingBuddha, It's quite helpful! : )
Thanks for your information, SmillingBuddha, It's quite helpful! : )
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So, the list of courses is a subject to change, is that right? I hope they won't take away Interntional Arbitration and the WTO law. This is kind of why i singed up for the programme.
So, the list of courses is a subject to change, is that right? I hope they won't take away Interntional Arbitration and the WTO law. This is kind of why i singed up for the programme.
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occy
Hey guys,

I dont know a lot about the programme but i studies law at the university of economics and business and i am native austrian. If i can be of any assistance you can drop me a PM.
As for living i wouldn't recommend staying at the gasometer.
http://www.immobilien.net/
this is a good site for accommodation that i haven't seen in your posts yet but i'm a afraid its only german.
Here is a facebook group that might help:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/286337622392/

Wish you all luck and i'm sure you will love it in Vienna. Its a very beautiful city.
Hey guys,

I dont know a lot about the programme but i studies law at the university of economics and business and i am native austrian. If i can be of any assistance you can drop me a PM.
As for living i wouldn't recommend staying at the gasometer.
http://www.immobilien.net/
this is a good site for accommodation that i haven't seen in your posts yet but i'm a afraid its only german.
Here is a facebook group that might help:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/286337622392/

Wish you all luck and i'm sure you will love it in Vienna. Its a very beautiful city.
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