LLM at Melbourne


Hi, I'm thinking about doing an LLM at Melbourne Law.

Could anyone share their applying/studying experience?

Hi, I'm thinking about doing an LLM at Melbourne Law.

Could anyone share their applying/studying experience?
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Hi, I applied for the 2022 academic and got a conditional offer from LL.M. in general and international tax. However, I have to reject due to my employment. 

I'd share an experience in application. You can apply before hands and wait for the offer in either August or March. I can't recall the admission period. However, the application is on the rolling-in basis. Thus, you can apply any time but make sure, submit your application before your prospective semester.

They will ask you to pick 3-4 ranks of your interested program. If they access that you are more suitable to other programs, they will send you an offer. In my case, I got international tax due to my international law and tax study-background. I'd recommend that you apply before your prospective study period, no need to be in a rush.

The competition is not that tense. I don't have any insights. 

Hi, I applied for the 2022 academic and got a conditional offer from LL.M. in general and international tax. However, I have to reject due to my employment.&nbsp;<br><br>I'd share an experience in application. You can apply before hands and wait for the offer in either August or March. I can't recall the admission period. However, the application is on the rolling-in basis. Thus, you can apply any time but make sure, submit your application before your prospective semester.<br><br>They will ask you to pick 3-4 ranks of your interested program. If they access that you are more suitable to other programs, they will send you an offer. In my case, I got international tax due to my international law and tax study-background. I'd recommend that you apply before your prospective study period, no need to be in a rush.<br><br>The competition is not that tense. I don't have any insights.&nbsp;
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It is a great school especially for public international law and international tax. I'd recommend if you are interested. Additionally, there are more construction law courses if you are interested. 

P.s. Australia's restriction has not been lifted yet. I bet you should wait for the border to be opened. Online experience is not worth as on-site experience. 

It is a great school especially for public international law and international tax. I'd recommend if you are interested. Additionally, there are more construction law courses if you are interested.&nbsp;<br><br>P.s. Australia's restriction has not been lifted yet. I bet you should wait for the border to be opened. Online experience is not worth as on-site experience.&nbsp;
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Carla CF

Melbourne Uni has the best Law School in Australia and is a university committed with high quality research. 

I have recently finished my LLM there and the program is very good. Very knowledgeable lecturers, excellent infrastructure with access to multiple research tools and support with workshops on legal writing etc. 

Australia is currently experiencing strong travel restrictions due to Covid and Melbourne is in lockdown. You should take that into consideration if coming here and the cultural aspect of the experience is relevant to you. 

Melbourne Uni has the best Law School in Australia and is a university committed with high quality research.&nbsp;<br><br>I have recently finished my LLM there and the program is very good. Very knowledgeable lecturers, excellent infrastructure with access to multiple research tools and support with workshops on legal writing etc.&nbsp;<br><br>Australia is currently experiencing strong travel restrictions due to Covid and Melbourne is in lockdown. You should take that into consideration if coming here and the cultural aspect of the experience is relevant to you.&nbsp;
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Hi, I applied for the 2022 academic and got a conditional offer from LL.M. in general and international tax. However, I have to reject due to my employment. 

I'd share an experience in application. You can apply before hands and wait for the offer in either August or March. I can't recall the admission period. However, the application is on the rolling-in basis. Thus, you can apply any time but make sure, submit your application before your prospective semester.

They will ask you to pick 3-4 ranks of your interested program. If they access that you are more suitable to other programs, they will send you an offer. In my case, I got international tax due to my international law and tax study-background. I'd recommend that you apply before your prospective study period, no need to be in a rush.

The competition is not that tense. I don't have any insights. 


Thank you for your comment and recommendations. Could you please tell me one more thing, how does the online aplying process look like and what docs do I need to upload? 

[Edited by Irakli Pkhakadze on Sep 14, 2021]

[quote]Hi, I applied for the 2022 academic and got a conditional offer from LL.M. in general and international tax. However, I have to reject due to my employment.&nbsp;<br><br>I'd share an experience in application. You can apply before hands and wait for the offer in either August or March. I can't recall the admission period. However, the application is on the rolling-in basis. Thus, you can apply any time but make sure, submit your application before your prospective semester.<br><br>They will ask you to pick 3-4 ranks of your interested program. If they access that you are more suitable to other programs, they will send you an offer. In my case, I got international tax due to my international law and tax study-background. I'd recommend that you apply before your prospective study period, no need to be in a rush.<br><br>The competition is not that tense. I don't have any insights.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Thank you for your comment and recommendations. Could you please tell me one more thing, how does the online aplying process look like and what docs do I need to upload?&nbsp;
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Hi, I applied for the 2022 academic and got a conditional offer from LL.M. in general and international tax. However, I have to reject due to my employment. 

I'd share an experience in application. You can apply before hands and wait for the offer in either August or March. I can't recall the admission period. However, the application is on the rolling-in basis. Thus, you can apply any time but make sure, submit your application before your prospective semester.

They will ask you to pick 3-4 ranks of your interested program. If they access that you are more suitable to other programs, they will send you an offer. In my case, I got international tax due to my international law and tax study-background. I'd recommend that you apply before your prospective study period, no need to be in a rush.

The competition is not that tense. I don't have any insights. 


Thank you for your comment and recommendations. Could you please tell me one more thing, how does the online aplying process look like and what docs do I need to upload? 


Your welcome ! The application process is on their website. I know that the layout of the admission information page is a bit confusing since there are lots of pop up. However, the application system is simple and smooth. You do not need recommendation letter ! You need to prepare your transcript, diploma, and English proficiency test result. That's all. 

[quote][quote]Hi, I applied for the 2022 academic and got a conditional offer from LL.M. in general and international tax. However, I have to reject due to my employment.&nbsp;<br><br>I'd share an experience in application. You can apply before hands and wait for the offer in either August or March. I can't recall the admission period. However, the application is on the rolling-in basis. Thus, you can apply any time but make sure, submit your application before your prospective semester.<br><br>They will ask you to pick 3-4 ranks of your interested program. If they access that you are more suitable to other programs, they will send you an offer. In my case, I got international tax due to my international law and tax study-background. I'd recommend that you apply before your prospective study period, no need to be in a rush.<br><br>The competition is not that tense. I don't have any insights.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Thank you for your comment and recommendations. Could you please tell me one more thing, how does the online aplying process look like and what docs do I need to upload?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Your welcome ! The application process is on their website. I know that the layout of the admission information page is a bit confusing since there are lots of pop up. However, the application system is simple and smooth. You do not need recommendation letter ! You need to prepare your transcript, diploma, and English proficiency test result. That's all.&nbsp;
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Hi, I applied for the 2022 academic and got a conditional offer from LL.M. in general and international tax. However, I have to reject due to my employment. 

I'd share an experience in application. You can apply before hands and wait for the offer in either August or March. I can't recall the admission period. However, the application is on the rolling-in basis. Thus, you can apply any time but make sure, submit your application before your prospective semester.

They will ask you to pick 3-4 ranks of your interested program. If they access that you are more suitable to other programs, they will send you an offer. In my case, I got international tax due to my international law and tax study-background. I'd recommend that you apply before your prospective study period, no need to be in a rush.

The competition is not that tense. I don't have any insights. 


Thank you for your comment and recommendations. Could you please tell me one more thing, how does the online aplying process look like and what docs do I need to upload? 


Your welcome ! The application process is on their website. I know that the layout of the admission information page is a bit confusing since there are lots of pop up. However, the application system is simple and smooth. You do not need recommendation letter ! You need to prepare your transcript, diploma, and English proficiency test result. That's all. 

[quote][quote]Hi, I applied for the 2022 academic and got a conditional offer from LL.M. in general and international tax. However, I have to reject due to my employment.&nbsp;<br><br>I'd share an experience in application. You can apply before hands and wait for the offer in either August or March. I can't recall the admission period. However, the application is on the rolling-in basis. Thus, you can apply any time but make sure, submit your application before your prospective semester.<br><br>They will ask you to pick 3-4 ranks of your interested program. If they access that you are more suitable to other programs, they will send you an offer. In my case, I got international tax due to my international law and tax study-background. I'd recommend that you apply before your prospective study period, no need to be in a rush.<br><br>The competition is not that tense. I don't have any insights.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Thank you for your comment and recommendations. Could you please tell me one more thing, how does the online aplying process look like and what docs do I need to upload?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Your welcome ! The application process is on their website. I know that the layout of the admission information page is a bit confusing since there are lots of pop up. However, the application system is simple and smooth. You do not need recommendation letter ! You need to prepare your transcript, diploma, and English proficiency test result. That's all.&nbsp;
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Hello! We've made a WA group for students who've been accepted to the LLM program starting this fall (2022/23). Feel free to join - https://chat.whatsapp.com/DjbdzHadrFS6grdpAIxSp2 

Hello! We've made a WA group for students who've been accepted to the LLM program starting this fall (2022/23). Feel free to join - https://chat.whatsapp.com/DjbdzHadrFS6grdpAIxSp2&nbsp;
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