McGill Admission 2014-2015


User1609

My application status on uapply says "In review". How long before I can expect a response?


Hi!
I've got the same status "in review" for the comparative LLM. No idea what it means exactly and how long we will have to wait. If anyone has the answer please let us know!

<blockquote>My application status on uapply says "In review". How long before I can expect a response?</blockquote>

Hi!
I've got the same status "in review" for the comparative LLM. No idea what it means exactly and how long we will have to wait. If anyone has the answer please let us know!
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Shripad

Hi !
Conformed news, review comity is done with the selection processor and shortlisted applicants are already been informed.

Hi !
Conformed news, review comity is done with the selection processor and shortlisted applicants are already been informed.
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OnlyMcGill

Hey Shripad,

Whats the source of this news? And are they about to be informed or already have been informed?

If they already have been informed then our status should change to Decision made, right?

Hey Shripad,

Whats the source of this news? And are they about to be informed or already have been informed?

If they already have been informed then our status should change to Decision made, right?
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Shripad

Hello !
Sorted applicants are already informed and same we have seen here in this loop.

Hello !
Sorted applicants are already informed and same we have seen here in this loop.
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Shripad

Hey Shripad,

Whats the source of this news? And are they about to be informed or already have been informed?

If they already have been informed then our status should change to Decision made, right?


I will only say have patience..
I got my results yesterday.

<blockquote>Hey Shripad,

Whats the source of this news? And are they about to be informed or already have been informed?

If they already have been informed then our status should change to Decision made, right?</blockquote>

I will only say have patience..
I got my results yesterday.
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OnlyMcGill

Hey Shripad,

What decision did you get?

Hey Shripad,

What decision did you get?

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Shripad

in there words "Knowing that this decision will be disappointing to you, we respectfully wish you success in your future endeavours".

in there words "Knowing that this decision will be disappointing to you, we respectfully wish you success in your future endeavours".
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OnlyMcGill

Hey Shripad,

Sorry to hear that. But I am still not clear from where did you hear that all decisions have been made? I know from atleast three people who haven't either got an acceptance or rejection? Who told you that all decisions have been made?

Hey Shripad,

Sorry to hear that. But I am still not clear from where did you hear that all decisions have been made? I know from atleast three people who haven't either got an acceptance or rejection? Who told you that all decisions have been made?
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Shripad

Hey Shripad,

Sorry to hear that. But I am still not clear from where did you hear that all decisions have been made? I know from atleast three people who haven't either got an acceptance or rejection? Who told you that all decisions have been made?


You will get it soon.

<blockquote>Hey Shripad,

Sorry to hear that. But I am still not clear from where did you hear that all decisions have been made? I know from atleast three people who haven't either got an acceptance or rejection? Who told you that all decisions have been made?</blockquote>

You will get it soon.
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OnlyMcGill

I got admitted into McGill's LLM in Comparative Law. Got my Offer of Admission yesterday. I had some trouble making the confirmation payment though. Anyone else have the same problem?

I got admitted into McGill's LLM in Comparative Law. Got my Offer of Admission yesterday. I had some trouble making the confirmation payment though. Anyone else have the same problem?
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User1609

I got admitted into McGill's LLM in Comparative Law. Got my Offer of Admission yesterday. I had some trouble making the confirmation payment though. Anyone else have the same problem?


Same for me I just got the admission for the LLM in Comparative Law but I have trouble opening the "admission offer" document, no idea why!

Does someone know when the admission for the general LLM (non thesis) are going to be sent ?

What's the main difference in joining one of the institute and not the faculty of law ?

<blockquote>I got admitted into McGill's LLM in Comparative Law. Got my Offer of Admission yesterday. I had some trouble making the confirmation payment though. Anyone else have the same problem?</blockquote>

Same for me I just got the admission for the LLM in Comparative Law but I have trouble opening the "admission offer" document, no idea why!

Does someone know when the admission for the general LLM (non thesis) are going to be sent ?

What's the main difference in joining one of the institute and not the faculty of law ?
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OnlyMcGill

Congratulations!

The difference has to do with the mandatory subjects. LLM in Comparative law means that you have to do four courses topics of comparative law (12 credits). Rest 18 credits you can pick on your own. 15 credits are for non-thesis project paper.

General LLM gives you 30 credits to pick your own courses.

Congratulations!

The difference has to do with the mandatory subjects. LLM in Comparative law means that you have to do four courses topics of comparative law (12 credits). Rest 18 credits you can pick on your own. 15 credits are for non-thesis project paper.

General LLM gives you 30 credits to pick your own courses.
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Hii All, I have two option, First I can go for Accelerated JD programme in US and later I can be A lawyer in United states. Second pursue LLM from Canadian university and Clear NCA test and I can be lawyer in Canada?

Which one has

1. Better earning
2. Quality of life
3. Easy Job or employment
4 Less expenses

Please revert positively

Kul

Hii All, I have two option, First I can go for Accelerated JD programme in US and later I can be A lawyer in United states. Second pursue LLM from Canadian university and Clear NCA test and I can be lawyer in Canada?

Which one has

1. Better earning
2. Quality of life
3. Easy Job or employment
4 Less expenses

Please revert positively

Kul
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User1609

Congratulations!

The difference has to do with the mandatory subjects. LLM in Comparative law means that you have to do four courses topics of comparative law (12 credits). Rest 18 credits you can pick on your own. 15 credits are for non-thesis project paper.

General LLM gives you 30 credits to pick your own courses.


Thank you for your reply!
So even if I do the Comparative Law LLM I can still attend the "International business law" class?
Where on the website can we find the list of courses?

<blockquote>Congratulations!

The difference has to do with the mandatory subjects. LLM in Comparative law means that you have to do four courses topics of comparative law (12 credits). Rest 18 credits you can pick on your own. 15 credits are for non-thesis project paper.

General LLM gives you 30 credits to pick your own courses.</blockquote>

Thank you for your reply!
So even if I do the Comparative Law LLM I can still attend the "International business law" class?
Where on the website can we find the list of courses?
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OnlyMcGill

Congratulations!

The difference has to do with the mandatory subjects. LLM in Comparative law means that you have to do four courses topics of comparative law (12 credits). Rest 18 credits you can pick on your own. 15 credits are for non-thesis project paper.

General LLM gives you 30 credits to pick your own courses.


Thank you for your reply!
So even if I do the Comparative Law LLM I can still attend the "International business law" class?
Where on the website can we find the list of courses?


Here is the list of all course available to graduate students. You can pick up six courses, of three credits each from this list. http://www.mcgill.ca/study/2013-2014/faculties/law/graduate/courses

<blockquote><blockquote>Congratulations!

The difference has to do with the mandatory subjects. LLM in Comparative law means that you have to do four courses topics of comparative law (12 credits). Rest 18 credits you can pick on your own. 15 credits are for non-thesis project paper.

General LLM gives you 30 credits to pick your own courses.</blockquote>

Thank you for your reply!
So even if I do the Comparative Law LLM I can still attend the "International business law" class?
Where on the website can we find the list of courses? </blockquote>

Here is the list of all course available to graduate students. You can pick up six courses, of three credits each from this list. http://www.mcgill.ca/study/2013-2014/faculties/law/graduate/courses

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User1609

Congratulations!

The difference has to do with the mandatory subjects. LLM in Comparative law means that you have to do four courses topics of comparative law (12 credits). Rest 18 credits you can pick on your own. 15 credits are for non-thesis project paper.

General LLM gives you 30 credits to pick your own courses.


Thank you for your reply!
So even if I do the Comparative Law LLM I can still attend the "International business law" class?
Where on the website can we find the list of courses?


Here is the list of all course available to graduate students. You can pick up six courses, of three credits each from this list. http://www.mcgill.ca/study/2013-2014/faculties/law/graduate/courses



Thanks a lot ! :)

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Congratulations!

The difference has to do with the mandatory subjects. LLM in Comparative law means that you have to do four courses topics of comparative law (12 credits). Rest 18 credits you can pick on your own. 15 credits are for non-thesis project paper.

General LLM gives you 30 credits to pick your own courses.</blockquote>

Thank you for your reply!
So even if I do the Comparative Law LLM I can still attend the "International business law" class?
Where on the website can we find the list of courses? </blockquote>

Here is the list of all course available to graduate students. You can pick up six courses, of three credits each from this list. http://www.mcgill.ca/study/2013-2014/faculties/law/graduate/courses

</blockquote>

Thanks a lot ! :)
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OnlyMcGill

Any idea who are the final admits to the LLM of 2014? I have been admitted for the LLM in Comparative Law.

Any idea who are the final admits to the LLM of 2014? I have been admitted for the LLM in Comparative Law.
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Euro7

I want to apply at the Mc Gill for the next year (I get my degree in two month, July 2014)
Can I ask you how is your CV (resume) in order to make an idea if I can apply with success or not :D
Thank you

I want to apply at the Mc Gill for the next year (I get my degree in two month, July 2014)
Can I ask you how is your CV (resume) in order to make an idea if I can apply with success or not :D
Thank you
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stellarlig...

HATE it ....

HATE it ....
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Shreek

Got in for LL.M (Non Thesis) Air and Space 2014-15
No Funding.
Terribly disappointed.
May seek funding through alternate sources and if it doesn't work out, I'll just decline the offer.

Got in for LL.M (Non Thesis) Air and Space 2014-15
No Funding.
Terribly disappointed.
May seek funding through alternate sources and if it doesn't work out, I'll just decline the offer.
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