NUS LLM (2014-2015)


hny_flying
Got my acceptance to the General LLM. Any idea about the fee structure?

The website says - S$36,050 without MOE subsidy and S$29,950 for foreign student with subsidized fees.

So anyone has any idea about which one would apply? Some help please :-)
Got my acceptance to the General LLM. Any idea about the fee structure?

The website says - S$36,050 without MOE subsidy and S$29,950 for foreign student with subsidized fees.

So anyone has any idea about which one would apply? Some help please :-)
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Lawmutant
Hello and Congratulations on acceptance.

I think the MOE Subsidized fee applies for us i.e. SGD 29950.
Hello and Congratulations on acceptance.

I think the MOE Subsidized fee applies for us i.e. SGD 29950.
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swatitata
What is the criteria for the subsidized fee?
What is the criteria for the subsidized fee?
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Lawmutant
Read the 'Notes' given below the fee tables here:
http://www.law.nus.edu.sg/admissions/fees.html
Read the 'Notes' given below the fee tables here:
http://www.law.nus.edu.sg/admissions/fees.html
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Can any one tell me about job prospects after LLM in Singapore? Esp after LLM in corporate and financial law
Can any one tell me about job prospects after LLM in Singapore? Esp after LLM in corporate and financial law
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hny_flying
I've read up the fees section on the NUS website, but am still not clear about which fees would apply to the General LLM students.

Does anybody have a definite answer on this? It's all so confusing! :-(
I've read up the fees section on the NUS website, but am still not clear about which fees would apply to the General LLM students.

Does anybody have a definite answer on this? It's all so confusing! :-(
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Asmitac86
Hey.. the fees structure applicable for all of us is the subsidized fee one which is SGD 29,950 for foreign students.

The higher fees structure will be applicable for the students who have previously enjoyed a government subsidy or sponsorship awarded by any Singapore Government agency for any graduate programmes.

So unless you have completed any other graduate programme in Singapore previously with the aid of any subsidy or scholarship from Singapore Government, you will fall under the foreign students category and will have to pay SGD 29,950.

Hope this resolves your query. :)
Hey.. the fees structure applicable for all of us is the subsidized fee one which is SGD 29,950 for foreign students.

The higher fees structure will be applicable for the students who have previously enjoyed a government subsidy or sponsorship awarded by any Singapore Government agency for any graduate programmes.

So unless you have completed any other graduate programme in Singapore previously with the aid of any subsidy or scholarship from Singapore Government, you will fall under the foreign students category and will have to pay SGD 29,950.

Hope this resolves your query. :)
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Belli
@asmitac86
Thanks for the info..:) Hey I read up on the Subsidized fee bit and this is wat i found in one of the sites talkin about the subsidy offered by the MoE, Singapore.
http://www.findamasters.com/study-abroad/asia/masters-study-in-singapore.aspx
It talks about a Service Obligation to be signed with the MoE for working with a Singapore company for a period of 3 years.. This is wat I found..:O Whaddya guys think?
@asmitac86
Thanks for the info..:) Hey I read up on the Subsidized fee bit and this is wat i found in one of the sites talkin about the subsidy offered by the MoE, Singapore.
http://www.findamasters.com/study-abroad/asia/masters-study-in-singapore.aspx
It talks about a Service Obligation to be signed with the MoE for working with a Singapore company for a period of 3 years.. This is wat I found..:O Whaddya guys think?
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APatt
Hey all!

Anyone applying for the bar in Singapore? Is it to be done right now or on joining?
Hey all!

Anyone applying for the bar in Singapore? Is it to be done right now or on joining?
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Hi guys got mail for admission to LLM general in NUS Singapore. Please guide what are the job prospects after this course? Are there chances of getting job in Singapore after this
Hi guys got mail for admission to LLM general in NUS Singapore. Please guide what are the job prospects after this course? Are there chances of getting job in Singapore after this
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gowrinair
Congratulations to everyone on their acceptance. :)
Anyone here who got accepted for IBL programme?
I sure would like some company.
To reply to the post above, as per my discussions with the alumni, jobs don't come by easily. However, if you do the course as it is meant to be done and put effort into networking and internship, no good reason why you can't get through. Need a bit of luck too. :)
Congratulations to everyone on their acceptance. :)
Anyone here who got accepted for IBL programme?
I sure would like some company.
To reply to the post above, as per my discussions with the alumni, jobs don't come by easily. However, if you do the course as it is meant to be done and put effort into networking and internship, no good reason why you can't get through. Need a bit of luck too. :)
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Why did u choose IBL? How can an Indian student fund himself ?
Why did u choose IBL? How can an Indian student fund himself ?
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gr108
hi all
Congrats to all who secured admission!!!! I got an offer for llm IBL 2014-15. Does anyone know about its scope and job prospects after ibl?
hi all
Congrats to all who secured admission!!!! I got an offer for llm IBL 2014-15. Does anyone know about its scope and job prospects after ibl?
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gowrinair
Hey gr108 congrats on your acceptance. The course alumni I saw online are all employed in respectable firms. But jobs are really hard to come by whichever course it may be. That shouldn't be a surprise.
And in reply to mayankdeep11, I chose IBL because of the course description. I want to pursue cross border transactions. Plus, the course is relatively cheap compared to the other places which offer IBL. And about funding, you can apply for an education loan with the acceptance letter.
Hey gr108 congrats on your acceptance. The course alumni I saw online are all employed in respectable firms. But jobs are really hard to come by whichever course it may be. That shouldn't be a surprise.
And in reply to mayankdeep11, I chose IBL because of the course description. I want to pursue cross border transactions. Plus, the course is relatively cheap compared to the other places which offer IBL. And about funding, you can apply for an education loan with the acceptance letter.
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gr108
Hi gowrinair..Is this course worth the money 20 lakh rs spent if the job prospects are as you make them out to be.what are the places we can apply wher there is demand for this course..if u goin this year for ibl...have u worked out the accomodation,in nus ibelieve it is difficult to getinside hostel which is half hour bus ride from nus campus.pl enlighten
Hi gowrinair..Is this course worth the money 20 lakh rs spent if the job prospects are as you make them out to be.what are the places we can apply wher there is demand for this course..if u goin this year for ibl...have u worked out the accomodation,in nus ibelieve it is difficult to getinside hostel which is half hour bus ride from nus campus.pl enlighten
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hi guys, great to connect to you all. Let us settle each other's apprehensions and look forward to the course.
Money and some hassles of hostel distance etc on one side and transformation value add on one side.
what say??
hi guys, great to connect to you all. Let us settle each other's apprehensions and look forward to the course.
Money and some hassles of hostel distance etc on one side and transformation value add on one side.
what say??
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HI guys.. Congrats to all those who have been offered admission in NUS and have accepted d same... having d same apprehensions as each one of u have, I march ahead on this endeavour wid ambiguous and anxious state of mind. Ive opted for LLM in International and Comparative Law without scholarship.. has anyone else been admitted to the same specialization? Also, have any idea abt d alumni of this course n where they have landed on completion of their LLM?

Kindly enlighten.
HI guys.. Congrats to all those who have been offered admission in NUS and have accepted d same... having d same apprehensions as each one of u have, I march ahead on this endeavour wid ambiguous and anxious state of mind. Ive opted for LLM in International and Comparative Law without scholarship.. has anyone else been admitted to the same specialization? Also, have any idea abt d alumni of this course n where they have landed on completion of their LLM?

Kindly enlighten.
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gr108
hi everybody thanks mayank for the perspective any news on previous ibl students placements pl remember hostel applications open on 6th may(pl confirm)
hi everybody thanks mayank for the perspective any news on previous ibl students placements pl remember hostel applications open on 6th may(pl confirm)
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gowrinair
Hey gr108, I don't think the course estimate is as high as 20L. One of the alumni I connected with got employment in Singapore however, he had to return to India due to personal reasons. He is currently working at L&T. For more details as to the employment of alumni check this link. http://www.nusiblalumni.com/
I am still trying to figure accommodation. The application form from NUS and Student Pass will come late May. There are many hostels which are affiliated to NUS. The list is available on the internet. There are private hostels near the campus. If the Uni one is what you are aiming for, travel is made easy by regular shuttles. Hope this is helpful. :)
Hey gr108, I don't think the course estimate is as high as 20L. One of the alumni I connected with got employment in Singapore however, he had to return to India due to personal reasons. He is currently working at L&T. For more details as to the employment of alumni check this link. http://www.nusiblalumni.com/
I am still trying to figure accommodation. The application form from NUS and Student Pass will come late May. There are many hostels which are affiliated to NUS. The list is available on the internet. There are private hostels near the campus. If the Uni one is what you are aiming for, travel is made easy by regular shuttles. Hope this is helpful. :)
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gowrinair
I would also like to add that I just received a mail from NUS with the Hostel Application form attached. I am guessing everyone got that. NUS has also attached the list of the private hostels I was talking about. :)
I would also like to add that I just received a mail from NUS with the Hostel Application form attached. I am guessing everyone got that. NUS has also attached the list of the private hostels I was talking about. :)
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