LLM in Tsinghua


edwinaho
Hi guys,

I'm applying to Tsinghua soon and was wondering what the admissions team were looking for in the personal statement. Is it necessary to go into details about what elective courses interest me? What should be the approximate length of the statement?

Thanks!
Edwina
Hi guys,

I'm applying to Tsinghua soon and was wondering what the admissions team were looking for in the personal statement. Is it necessary to go into details about what elective courses interest me? What should be the approximate length of the statement?

Thanks!
Edwina
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Hi guys,

I'm applying to Tsinghua soon and was wondering what the admissions team were looking for in the personal statement. Is it necessary to go into details about what elective courses interest me? What should be the approximate length of the statement?

Thanks!
Edwina

I want to know what they expect from the personal statement as well
<blockquote>Hi guys,

I'm applying to Tsinghua soon and was wondering what the admissions team were looking for in the personal statement. Is it necessary to go into details about what elective courses interest me? What should be the approximate length of the statement?

Thanks!
Edwina</blockquote>
I want to know what they expect from the personal statement as well
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tyc
Great thread about Tsinghua.

I just sent my appllcation for their 2011 fall entering LLM class. I will be approaching my firm next week to request a one year sabbatical. It seems like a huge financial and opportunity cost, but I think it will be for the best. For those who graduated, did you find the LLM useful?

Any advice would be much appreciated.
Great thread about Tsinghua.

I just sent my appllcation for their 2011 fall entering LLM class. I will be approaching my firm next week to request a one year sabbatical. It seems like a huge financial and opportunity cost, but I think it will be for the best. For those who graduated, did you find the LLM useful?

Any advice would be much appreciated.
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Peter Jim
The LL.M. Program taught in English at Tsinghua University is the first LL.M. on Chinese Law in China. It has run for 6 years with more than a hundred graduates from the US, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Chilly, Singapore, Australia, Austria, Korea, Mongolia, Thailand, etc. It is credit based program with a degree thesis requirement. Most students will complete the program within a year. Each year, there are a few graduates staying in Beijing, Shanghai or Hong Kong and working in international firms or as foreign council in Chinese law firms. It has been regarded as the best LL.M. program designed for international students in China.
Its web-site is the follows:
http://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/publish/lawen/3534/index.html
The LL.M. Program taught in English at Tsinghua University is the first LL.M. on Chinese Law in China. It has run for 6 years with more than a hundred graduates from the US, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Chilly, Singapore, Australia, Austria, Korea, Mongolia, Thailand, etc. It is credit based program with a degree thesis requirement. Most students will complete the program within a year. Each year, there are a few graduates staying in Beijing, Shanghai or Hong Kong and working in international firms or as foreign council in Chinese law firms. It has been regarded as the best LL.M. program designed for international students in China.
Its web-site is the follows:
http://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/publish/lawen/3534/index.html
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Hello guys,

I am an Italian trainee in an international law firm and I am seriously thinking of taking an LLM in IADS at Tsinghua University. I would like to know what are my chances to get through the application considering I have a lv. 7 IELTS, two years of work experience (part of it in international arbitration) and that I got graduated cum laude.

Thank you in advance for your help!
Hello guys,

I am an Italian trainee in an international law firm and I am seriously thinking of taking an LLM in IADS at Tsinghua University. I would like to know what are my chances to get through the application considering I have a lv. 7 IELTS, two years of work experience (part of it in international arbitration) and that I got graduated cum laude.

Thank you in advance for your help!
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