Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia Business Studies, Graduate, Independent
yes, make sure your english is very good, because the educational system is based on active participation and presentations about the study topics. Many students that don't speak good english have a very hard time adapting. Another thing, if you want have easy classes, dont choose the financial ones, because you'll have to study hard!
ERASMUS students are considered as the regular students. They don't take into account for your grade the fact that exchange students can have some difficulties in english! So you have to work a lot to pass your courses
The level of the courses is very high! Very good language skills are crucial to follow the courses without major problems and a realistic chance to pass the exams. Furthermore exchange students have the same rights and duties as regular students, so there is absolutely NO "exchange student" bonus! But the quality of the courses is very good and most of the contents are interesting.
Problem-based learning is rewarding experience, but depends on the the level of course coordinator, the general participation degree and some other contigencies, such as the president's ability to lead a meaningful discussion etc.
The University of Maastricht is a general institute for higher education and research. The institute has two dominant profile characteristics: small scale and student oriented problem-based learning (PGO) and internationalisation.
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