LLM International Arbitration and Dispute Settlement @Tsinghua University


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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I think you would be accepted. Good luck!
I think you would be accepted. Good luck!
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I think you would be accepted. Good luck!


Thanks! Do you have any experience either of this LLM or about requirements Universities like Tsinghua look for? Considering that I am not able to apply for this year, by the time I will be applying I will have 3 years of work experience.
[quote]I think you would be accepted. Good luck![/quote]

Thanks! Do you have any experience either of this LLM or about requirements Universities like Tsinghua look for? Considering that I am not able to apply for this year, by the time I will be applying I will have 3 years of work experience.
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First, sufficient fluency in English to complete the program is a requirement. once that's shown by your IELTS score, they will look at your previous studies and grades. Since you seem to have done well there, this will help you. Next, a compelling motivation letter, impressive reference letter(s), or interesting work experience will be taken into account. Having 3 years instead of 2 should not make a significant difference. Finally, they might consider how many other applicants they wish to accept from Italy to ensure the class has a good level of diversity.

In terms of universities, Tsinghua is a great choice. I think only the China-EU School of Law (at the China University of Political Science and Law) and Remin are usually ranked just slightly higher at 1&2. But all three are regarded as elite. Good luck with your application!
First, sufficient fluency in English to complete the program is a requirement. once that's shown by your IELTS score, they will look at your previous studies and grades. Since you seem to have done well there, this will help you. Next, a compelling motivation letter, impressive reference letter(s), or interesting work experience will be taken into account. Having 3 years instead of 2 should not make a significant difference. Finally, they might consider how many other applicants they wish to accept from Italy to ensure the class has a good level of diversity.

In terms of universities, Tsinghua is a great choice. I think only the China-EU School of Law (at the China University of Political Science and Law) and Remin are usually ranked just slightly higher at 1&2. But all three are regarded as elite. Good luck with your application!
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Hi Lawlawmaster, sorry for late reply but I've been away.
Firstly, thanks for your explanation, it will be of a great help when it comes to the application. I have two last questions:
- even if I have a good amount of possibility of getting accepted at Tsinghua, do you believe it would be better to send applications to other Universities too?
- which job perspectives will I have after the LLM? I mean both in Asia and in Europe.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Hi Lawlawmaster, sorry for late reply but I've been away.
Firstly, thanks for your explanation, it will be of a great help when it comes to the application. I have two last questions:
- even if I have a good amount of possibility of getting accepted at Tsinghua, do you believe it would be better to send applications to other Universities too?
- which job perspectives will I have after the LLM? I mean both in Asia and in Europe.
Thanks in advance for your help!
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