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MathiasW
Anyone heading to Edinburgh this session?

I have been accepted for Commercial Law. What about you?

Cheers Mathias
Anyone heading to Edinburgh this session?

I have been accepted for Commercial Law. What about you?

Cheers Mathias
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I'm in too. But I am still wondering whether I shall accept the offer or no : Trinity is also on top of my shortlist and QMUL and Manchester a little behind...
I'm in too. But I am still wondering whether I shall accept the offer or no : Trinity is also on top of my shortlist and QMUL and Manchester a little behind...
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MathiasW
Come and join me in Edinburgh! I have been to E. for a couple days - it is a stunning and lively city which is full of young people and situated next to the sea. It benefits from many local amenities like shops, bars and restaurants and sports like golf and football.

The university has an excellent reputation and is settled in a beautiful historical building.


What do you think? If you have some questions do not hesitate to contact me.

Bye Mathias
Come and join me in Edinburgh! I have been to E. for a couple days - it is a stunning and lively city which is full of young people and situated next to the sea. It benefits from many local amenities like shops, bars and restaurants and sports like golf and football.

The university has an excellent reputation and is settled in a beautiful historical building.


What do you think? If you have some questions do not hesitate to contact me.

Bye Mathias

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Jackross
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ancia
hello everyone:)
I've been accepted to International Law programme in Edinburgh and I'm absolutely enchanted by the city! I hope to meet you there in Sept.
BTW do you know when we will be able to choose the courses? I haven't heard from the unversity since receiving an unconditional offer...
hello everyone:)
I've been accepted to International Law programme in Edinburgh and I'm absolutely enchanted by the city! I hope to meet you there in Sept.
BTW do you know when we will be able to choose the courses? I haven't heard from the unversity since receiving an unconditional offer...
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MathiasW
If I understood you right you will be in E. for at least another year. Maybe we could meet there. I will be in E. for from 30.6 - 2.8 to look for accomodation.
Do you have some good advice. I have searched the internet... (easyroommates, citylets, lettingweb).
If I understood you right you will be in E. for at least another year. Maybe we could meet there. I will be in E. for from 30.6 - 2.8 to look for accomodation.
Do you have some good advice. I have searched the internet... (easyroommates, citylets, lettingweb).
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MathiasW
Sorry. I do not know when we will be able to choose the courses. Maybe in the freshers week.
Do you have any idea where and how to live in E.?
Sorry. I do not know when we will be able to choose the courses. Maybe in the freshers week.
Do you have any idea where and how to live in E.?
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C.Miller
Your choice will be entered in to the system during your meeting with the Director of Studies. These usually happen sometime in the first couple of weeks of September. This is a good time to discuss your options with someone who has a reasonable overview of ALL the classes on offer, and perhaps even talk with the tutors directly.

I'm not sure how it works accross all the LL.M programmes here at the School of Law, but in the LL.M Innovation, Technology and the Law (both on-campus [www.law.ed.ac.uk] and via distance learning [www.law.ed.ac.uk/distancelearning]) you are not required to finalise your choices until the end of the first teaching week. Prior to that time, you can, if you wish, sit in on classes other than your indicated preference and make a final change.

Any questions about the start of term on-campus you can direct to the School of Law's postgraduate office: 00 44 (0)131 650 2010 or law@ed.ac.uk.

Hope this is helpful, and please do come down and say hello and meet the distance learning project team here in the basement at the School of Law! Oh, and don't forget that we're always interested to hear from students who would like to help out on our journal, Script-ed, www.script-ed.org

Have a great summer and hope to see you in a few months.

C.
Your choice will be entered in to the system during your meeting with the Director of Studies. These usually happen sometime in the first couple of weeks of September. This is a good time to discuss your options with someone who has a reasonable overview of ALL the classes on offer, and perhaps even talk with the tutors directly.

I'm not sure how it works accross all the LL.M programmes here at the School of Law, but in the LL.M Innovation, Technology and the Law (both on-campus [www.law.ed.ac.uk] and via distance learning [www.law.ed.ac.uk/distancelearning]) you are not required to finalise your choices until the end of the first teaching week. Prior to that time, you can, if you wish, sit in on classes other than your indicated preference and make a final change.

Any questions about the start of term on-campus you can direct to the School of Law's postgraduate office: 00 44 (0)131 650 2010 or law@ed.ac.uk.

Hope this is helpful, and please do come down and say hello and meet the distance learning project team here in the basement at the School of Law! Oh, and don't forget that we're always interested to hear from students who would like to help out on our journal, Script-ed, www.script-ed.org

Have a great summer and hope to see you in a few months.

C.
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ancia
Hi MathiasW,
I've already rent a small studio flat in the city 2 weeks ago. I used Citylets site which is the best in my opinion. I managed to find a place just off the royal mile for a really good value. I would recommend Newington (close to university facilities) and Leith Walk (pubs and shops). I chose the city centre because I will need to find a part time job asap and it should be easier there... Good luck in searching for the flat and hope to see you at freshers week!
Cheers:)
Hi MathiasW,
I've already rent a small studio flat in the city 2 weeks ago. I used Citylets site which is the best in my opinion. I managed to find a place just off the royal mile for a really good value. I would recommend Newington (close to university facilities) and Leith Walk (pubs and shops). I chose the city centre because I will need to find a part time job asap and it should be easier there... Good luck in searching for the flat and hope to see you at freshers week!
Cheers:)
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Hey guys,

I've also been accepted to Edinburgh for the LLM in International Law, and chose it over UCL in London.

Really excited to get there asap!

Any tips for accommodation?

See ya soon !!! Karl from MALTA
Hey guys,

I've also been accepted to Edinburgh for the LLM in International Law, and chose it over UCL in London.

Really excited to get there asap!

Any tips for accommodation?

See ya soon !!! Karl from MALTA
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MathiasW
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ashpavi
hi,
If my visa procedure go well i will b able to join u guys this sept 4 Innovation tech and law.
cheers
ash
hi,
If my visa procedure go well i will b able to join u guys this sept 4 Innovation tech and law.
cheers
ash
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danieltg
I'll be there for the same as ashpavi :)
I'll be there for the same as ashpavi :)
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ashpavi
i got my visa.. am gonna join u guys in sept..palnning to reach der by 1 st week of sept ..
i got my visa.. am gonna join u guys in sept..palnning to reach der by 1 st week of sept ..
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