Edinburg or Utrecht??


lumlum

can anybody give me some advice? which should I go to?
Edinburg or Utrecht?? It is quite hard for me to choose.

can anybody give me some advice? which should I go to?
Edinburg or Utrecht?? It is quite hard for me to choose.
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norwegian

I would have gone to Edinburg. Mostly because I like Scotland more than Holland (the flat, sad landscape (and the language..)), but also because I've heard a lot of nice things about the Uni in Edinburg.

I would have gone to Edinburg. Mostly because I like Scotland more than Holland (the flat, sad landscape (and the language..)), but also because I've heard a lot of nice things about the Uni in Edinburg.
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lumlum

I would have gone to Edinburg. Mostly because I like Scotland more than Holland (the flat, sad landscape (and the language..)), but also because I've heard a lot of nice things about the Uni in Edinburg.



a lot of nice thing? such as?

<blockquote>I would have gone to Edinburg. Mostly because I like Scotland more than Holland (the flat, sad landscape (and the language..)), but also because I've heard a lot of nice things about the Uni in Edinburg.</blockquote>


a lot of nice thing? such as?
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MathiasW

I would prefer Edinburgh to Utrecht but I think I am a little bit biased because I have applied for Edinburgh already. I have been to Edinburgh for a couple of days. It`s a gorgeous city and benefits from it`s innumerable historical buildings throughout the town. Whether you can get almost everywhere by bus or the ameneties are even within walking distance if you stay in the student halls. Nighlife is fantastic with it`s various pubs, restaurants and nightclubs. Playing golf is also a big thing in Edinburgh as in entire Scotland.

When do you want to attend the llm-programm?

Bye Mathias

I would prefer Edinburgh to Utrecht but I think I am a little bit biased because I have applied for Edinburgh already. I have been to Edinburgh for a couple of days. It`s a gorgeous city and benefits from it`s innumerable historical buildings throughout the town. Whether you can get almost everywhere by bus or the ameneties are even within walking distance if you stay in the student halls. Nighlife is fantastic with it`s various pubs, restaurants and nightclubs. Playing golf is also a big thing in Edinburgh as in entire Scotland.

When do you want to attend the llm-programm?

Bye Mathias
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lumlum

I would prefer Edinburgh to Utrecht but I think I am a little bit biased because I have applied for Edinburgh already. I have been to Edinburgh for a couple of days. It`s a gorgeous city and benefits from it`s innumerable historical buildings throughout the town. Whether you can get almost everywhere by bus or the ameneties are even within walking distance if you stay in the student halls. Nighlife is fantastic with it`s various pubs, restaurants and nightclubs. Playing golf is also a big thing in Edinburgh as in entire Scotland.

When do you want to attend the llm-programm?

Bye Mathias



really? I am the September intake in 2006~commercial law~but it seems the accomodation is a little bit expensive~

<blockquote>I would prefer Edinburgh to Utrecht but I think I am a little bit biased because I have applied for Edinburgh already. I have been to Edinburgh for a couple of days. It`s a gorgeous city and benefits from it`s innumerable historical buildings throughout the town. Whether you can get almost everywhere by bus or the ameneties are even within walking distance if you stay in the student halls. Nighlife is fantastic with it`s various pubs, restaurants and nightclubs. Playing golf is also a big thing in Edinburgh as in entire Scotland.

When do you want to attend the llm-programm?

Bye Mathias</blockquote>




really? I am the September intake in 2006~commercial law~but it seems the accomodation is a little bit expensive~
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MathiasW

I have also applied for Commercial Law! Accomodation and living costs are really high. Maybe this is a little help: http://uk.easyroommate.com/search/Edinburgh-flatshare.htm
Otherwise the student halls seem to be a good choice. Check: http://www.accom.ed.ac.uk

I have also applied for Commercial Law! Accomodation and living costs are really high. Maybe this is a little help: http://uk.easyroommate.com/search/Edinburgh-flatshare.htm
Otherwise the student halls seem to be a good choice. Check: http://www.accom.ed.ac.uk
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