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Université de Droit, d'Economie et des Sciences: Aix-Marseille III

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Master Sciences Economiques AMSE
Joséphine V
Norway, Graduate
Economics
Overall
- différents cours autour de l'économétrie : permet un savoir complet de la matière.
- Complémentarité des matières économiques avec des matières mathématiques : permet de mieux comprendre les bases économiques, les démonstrations économiques ...
- Professeurs qualifiés MAIS parfois un professeur n'enseigne pas la matière dans lequel il est spécialiste : les étudiants sont confus.
- Vie étudiante correcte,  Proche du crous 500metres
- Nouveau Batiment sur Marseille
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Pros
Econométrie et DATABASE
Cons
Enseignant chercheurs
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Université assez réputée
Léna C
France, Graduate
Law
Overall
Le cadre de vie de cette université est très agréable, il y a eu beaucoup de rénovations ces dernières années.  L'ambiance globale est agréable. Le niveau des cours est plutôt difficile, les professeurs sont exigeants. Même chose pour les cours de TD car les chargés de TD vont très vites et ne prennent pas souvent le temps d'expliquer. 

Concernant les masters, il y a pas mal de choix dont des master très intéressants et réputés.
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Pros
Cadre de vie agréable
Cons
Les cours de TD
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Evan G
California State University, Fullerton, Fullerton, United States
Language, Undergraduate, University Agreement
Expenses
Main source of funding:
Personal savings
Other sources of funding:
Family<br> Government assistance<br> A private grant
Work opportunities:
I didn't explore any work options
Personal spending habits
After all the i's were dotted and the whatnot, I spent roughly 14,000-16000 for the ten month period which included everything from my flight etc. It was expensive not doubt, but in reality I could have avoided a few thousand. Myself, like many other students spent an exuberant amount of money the first two months going out and wasting money on needless activities because we were unfamiliar with the system in France. Had I known what I know now I am certian that I could have lived on substantially less. ALso realize that there are financial aid for students in France like the CAF that would have aided in the financial burden. In short Aix is expensive, but well worthwhile, and there are many students who live off of 600E a month and do fine. I just had an inclination to travel all over western europe and go out 3-4+ times a week...
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Nightlife, Overall, Telephone, Travel:
was more expensive than at home.
Food:
was the same price as at home.
Housing:
was less expensive than at home.
Accessibility of student needs
Second-hand text books
Second-hand household items
Computers / Internet
Administrative
Money from home
Personal comments
You need a bank accout and proper rent agreements to get CAF assistance. Also apply for the assistance as soon as possible as funds take time to be delivered. Also note that you cant cask American checks in France... or atleast it is very difficult. Lastly, use either credit cards or credit unions to minimize transaction and currency conversion costs.
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Evan G
California State University, Fullerton, Fullerton, United States
Language, Undergraduate, University Agreement
Academic
Course recommendations
I was in a relatively structured program for language learners so my slelction was limited. If I were to do it again I would have taken more french courses so I could have taken courses with french students at the university. On that same note though I viewed studying abroad as more of a cultural life experience so wasn't as interested in the academic side as much as immersing and enjoying life.
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My academic experiences
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Variety of courses
Access to resources
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Interaction with international students
Interaction with local students
Personal comments
The system is a bit different from the anglo system on several differnt levels. Grading, teacher student interaction, and general course structure. I for one enjoyed the academic structure. Teachers are more critical and openly corrective of students, there is generally less work, and in my case less tests than at my home university. Suggestions.. I really dont have any.
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My opinion of the university assessment
Exams at end of course
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bonne université
charles s
France, Graduate
Law
Overall
bonne université avec certains professeurs très talentueux dans leur domaine mais dont l'organisation mérite d'être revue
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Pros
enseignement de qualité
Cons
administration
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Bonne formation
Pauline D
France, Graduate
Marketing and Sales Management
Overall
En globalité bon Master, les intervenants sont sympas et le contenu du cursus (M1 et M2) est intéressant
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Pros
Bons intervenants, contenu intéressant
Cons
Manque de communication et organisation entre les départements
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