University Salzburg/ McGeorge School of Law


Nikolas
Is there anyone here who did the LLM in Transnational Business Law offered by University of Salzburg and McGeorge School of Law or has information about it?
Is there anyone here who did the LLM in Transnational Business Law offered by University of Salzburg and McGeorge School of Law or has information about it?
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vati_18
Is there anyone here who did the LLM in Transnational Business Law offered by University of Salzburg and McGeorge School of Law or has information about it?
<blockquote>Is there anyone here who did the LLM in Transnational Business Law offered by University of Salzburg and McGeorge School of Law or has information about it?</blockquote>
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desire
I'm doing my LLM at McGeorge actually
I'm doing my LLM at McGeorge actually
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Nikolacek
Hi, would you be so kind and would you send me some pieces of information about this program to my mailbox, please? I read a lot about it but I´d like to know the "real experience" of some student.
Thanks a lot, Veronika: little.flower@centrum.cz
Hi, would you be so kind and would you send me some pieces of information about this program to my mailbox, please? I read a lot about it but I´d like to know the "real experience" of some student.
Thanks a lot, Veronika: little.flower@centrum.cz
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marthona
If anybody is doing this LL.M., can I get details, i.e., quality of faculty, costs, any tuition waiver or scholarships offered by the Law School. Thanks in advance.
If anybody is doing this LL.M., can I get details, i.e., quality of faculty, costs, any tuition waiver or scholarships offered by the Law School. Thanks in advance.
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Nikolacek
Hi, there are two options:

- you can either start in Sacramento in spring semester and continue afterwards in fall semester in Salzburg where you will also graduate, OR
- you can start in Salzburg and continue and graduate in Sacramento (in this case you can either stay the whole semester or take intensive 6weeks course and afterwards participate in a 10-12 week internship anywhere in the world).

I decided to start in Salzburg (focus on European law) and to continue in Sacramento staying the whole semester. Now I am having my first week in Sacramento and it is great! As well as I enjoyed the European part. Just count on the fact that both parts are really hard and time consuming but it is worth doing this.

The tuition is (used to be) USD 24,000 for both semesters, whereas there is an option to obtain a general scholarship in the amount of USD 6,000 from the law school. However, you can try to apply for any other scholarship to cover these costs. In Salzburg you should count approx. EUR 700,-/month, in the USA they recommend to have USD 1,500/month but it seems to me that it can be lower and still comfortable (anyway books cost about USD 300 - 400).

Both schools are great and all courses are taught by real professionals, people with couple of years of practice in several institutions so it is very practical approach of teaching.

If you had any other questions do not hesitate to contact me to: vpleskova@pacific.edu till May.

Best regards,

V.:)
Hi, there are two options:

- you can either start in Sacramento in spring semester and continue afterwards in fall semester in Salzburg where you will also graduate, OR
- you can start in Salzburg and continue and graduate in Sacramento (in this case you can either stay the whole semester or take intensive 6weeks course and afterwards participate in a 10-12 week internship anywhere in the world).

I decided to start in Salzburg (focus on European law) and to continue in Sacramento staying the whole semester. Now I am having my first week in Sacramento and it is great! As well as I enjoyed the European part. Just count on the fact that both parts are really hard and time consuming but it is worth doing this.

The tuition is (used to be) USD 24,000 for both semesters, whereas there is an option to obtain a general scholarship in the amount of USD 6,000 from the law school. However, you can try to apply for any other scholarship to cover these costs. In Salzburg you should count approx. EUR 700,-/month, in the USA they recommend to have USD 1,500/month but it seems to me that it can be lower and still comfortable (anyway books cost about USD 300 - 400).

Both schools are great and all courses are taught by real professionals, people with couple of years of practice in several institutions so it is very practical approach of teaching.

If you had any other questions do not hesitate to contact me to: vpleskova@pacific.edu till May.

Best regards,

V.:)
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marthona
Thank you for your info, V. My email to you was returned. How do you pay for housing? I checked their website and it's about $620 a month for a studio. That's my concern. Is Sacramento an expensive city to live? I am in Puerto Rico, a 2L now, will finish May 2010. Thanks. Martha
Thank you for your info, V. My email to you was returned. How do you pay for housing? I checked their website and it's about $620 a month for a studio. That's my concern. Is Sacramento an expensive city to live? I am in Puerto Rico, a 2L now, will finish May 2010. Thanks. Martha
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Nikolacek
HiHi, that is strange with that mail box :(.

Anyway, I am sharing an appartment with an American student (each of us has own bedroom with bed :), wardrobe, table and chair and basin) and we share bathroom (shower and toillet) and downstairs we have kitchen and living room. Altogether we pay USD 950 + electricity (approx. USD 70/month) so each of us pay about USD 510. I think it is a cheaper option because the appartment is furnished. I don' t know how it is in case of a studio (just check it).

Sacramento is quite expensive (at least for me) especially as for food...when I applied for visa I was required to have USD 1,500/month. Well, if you cook and don' t travel around so much USD 1,000/month (incl. accommodation) could be sufficient. It depends on your demands ;) but rather count on something more to be sure your stay is covered and you will not get stressed in the meantime ;). Saved money is always good ;).

Best regards,

Veronika :)
HiHi, that is strange with that mail box :(.

Anyway, I am sharing an appartment with an American student (each of us has own bedroom with bed :), wardrobe, table and chair and basin) and we share bathroom (shower and toillet) and downstairs we have kitchen and living room. Altogether we pay USD 950 + electricity (approx. USD 70/month) so each of us pay about USD 510. I think it is a cheaper option because the appartment is furnished. I don' t know how it is in case of a studio (just check it).

Sacramento is quite expensive (at least for me) especially as for food...when I applied for visa I was required to have USD 1,500/month. Well, if you cook and don' t travel around so much USD 1,000/month (incl. accommodation) could be sufficient. It depends on your demands ;) but rather count on something more to be sure your stay is covered and you will not get stressed in the meantime ;). Saved money is always good ;).

Best regards,

Veronika :)
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marthona
Thank you, Veronika, but that's out of my reach. I am a domestic student though, but will check out other cheaper cities.
Thank you, Veronika, but that's out of my reach. I am a domestic student though, but will check out other cheaper cities.
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