McGill LLM 2020-2021


Sana P
I'm starting this thread to track admissions to the LLM program at McGill for 2020-2021.

[Edited by Sana P on Feb 21, 2020]

I'm starting this thread to track admissions to the LLM program at McGill for 2020-2021.
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Preeti A
Have they started their review?
Thank you
Have they started their review?
Thank you
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Sana P
Have they started their review?
Thank you

My application still says "submitted, awaiting review".
Do you have any idea as to when they start sending out decisions?
[quote]Have they started their review?
Thank you[/quote]
My application still says "submitted, awaiting review".
Do you have any idea as to when they start sending out decisions?
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Preeti A
Have they started their review?
Thank you

My application still says "submitted, awaiting review".
Do you have any idea as to when they start sending out decisions?

They said it was supposed to start from Jan
My application says the same thing
May i know when you applied?
[quote][quote]Have they started their review?
Thank you[/quote]
My application still says "submitted, awaiting review".
Do you have any idea as to when they start sending out decisions?[/quote]
They said it was supposed to start from Jan
My application says the same thing
May i know when you applied?
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njw1989
Not OP, but I applied back in November 2019. My uApply portal is just showing "Submitted".
Not OP, but I applied back in November 2019. My uApply portal is just showing "Submitted".
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Sana P
Have they started their review?
Thank you

My application still says "submitted, awaiting review".
Do you have any idea as to when they start sending out decisions?

They said it was supposed to start from Jan
My application says the same thing
May i know when you applied?


Hi, sorry, I applied on the deadline. My application still says "submitted".
[quote][quote][quote]Have they started their review?
Thank you[/quote]
My application still says "submitted, awaiting review".
Do you have any idea as to when they start sending out decisions?[/quote]
They said it was supposed to start from Jan
My application says the same thing
May i know when you applied?[/quote]

Hi, sorry, I applied on the deadline. My application still says "submitted".
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Hi thanks for starting the thread, I have applied too . Still says submitted.
Hi thanks for starting the thread, I have applied too . Still says submitted.
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njw1989
Anyone get any news? My portal still says "Submitted".
Anyone get any news? My portal still says "Submitted".
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Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)
Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)
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Sana P
Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)

Congratulations! Was this for the thesis program or the non-thesis? And when did you apply for the same?
[quote]Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)[/quote]
Congratulations! Was this for the thesis program or the non-thesis? And when did you apply for the same?
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Thank you. It was non-thesis and my application was complete December 10th.
Good luck to you!
Thank you. It was non-thesis and my application was complete December 10th.
Good luck to you!
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masmas
Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)


Wow... Congratulations! Did you receive your notification via email or was it on the Uapply portal?
[quote]Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)[/quote]

Wow... Congratulations! Did you receive your notification via email or was it on the Uapply portal?
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Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)


Wow... Congratulations! Did you receive your notification via email or was it on the Uapply portal?


Thanks!
And both, I got an email stating that there is an important news in my uapply account!
[quote][quote]Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)[/quote]

Wow... Congratulations! Did you receive your notification via email or was it on the Uapply portal?[/quote]

Thanks!
And both, I got an email stating that there is an important news in my uapply account!
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njw1989
Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)


Wow... Congratulations! Did you receive your notification via email or was it on the Uapply portal?


Thanks!
And both, I got an email stating that there is an important news in my uapply account!


Thanks for the update, InDubioProHSV - and congratulations!

Anyone have any news re the thesis program?
[quote][quote][quote]Yes, I was admitted this morning. :)[/quote]

Wow... Congratulations! Did you receive your notification via email or was it on the Uapply portal?[/quote]

Thanks!
And both, I got an email stating that there is an important news in my uapply account![/quote]

Thanks for the update, InDubioProHSV - and congratulations!

Anyone have any news re the thesis program?
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SohQ
Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks!

[Edited by SohQ on Feb 15, 2020]

Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks!
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Tghlkhr
Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks!


Congrats on your offer. If you dont mind saying, when did you receive the offer and when did you submit your application ?
[quote]Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks![/quote]

Congrats on your offer. If you dont mind saying, when did you receive the offer and when did you submit your application ?
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njw1989
Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks!


Congrats! As to your question, I'm not sure. It would certainly be worth asking the Faculty about - like you, and if I am admitted, I would be hoping to complete within 12 months. Since you are already admitted, you may get more responsiveness to your query given how relevant it will be to your ultimate decision.
[quote]Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks![/quote]

Congrats! As to your question, I'm not sure. It would certainly be worth asking the Faculty about - like you, and if I am admitted, I would be hoping to complete within 12 months. Since you are already admitted, you may get more responsiveness to your query given how relevant it will be to your ultimate decision.
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SohQ
Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks!


Congrats on your offer. If you dont mind saying, when did you receive the offer and when did you submit your application ?


Thanks!
I had completed my application documents checklist on 26 November and received the offer on 10 Feb.
[quote][quote]Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks![/quote]

Congrats on your offer. If you dont mind saying, when did you receive the offer and when did you submit your application ? [/quote]

Thanks!
I had completed my application documents checklist on 26 November and received the offer on 10 Feb.
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SohQ
Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks!


Congrats! As to your question, I'm not sure. It would certainly be worth asking the Faculty about - like you, and if I am admitted, I would be hoping to complete within 12 months. Since you are already admitted, you may get more responsiveness to your query given how relevant it will be to your ultimate decision.


Thanks! Fair enough! It's better to ask the Faculty, though as per the program requirements, at least, three full-time terms of residency are required, which typically amount to one year.
[quote][quote]Hi everyone,

I got an offer of admission for LL.M. (Thesis). But I'm a bit confused. According to the website of McGill Law, the tuition fee for three full-time terms amounts to nearly $28,000, while I've heard of both higher and lower tuition fees. Could you please share your ideas on this issue? Also, the website specifies that LL.M. (Thesis) is typically completed within 16 to 24 months. Does it mean that it cannot be completed within only one year? Thanks![/quote]

Congrats! As to your question, I'm not sure. It would certainly be worth asking the Faculty about - like you, and if I am admitted, I would be hoping to complete within 12 months. Since you are already admitted, you may get more responsiveness to your query given how relevant it will be to your ultimate decision. [/quote]

Thanks! Fair enough! It's better to ask the Faculty, though as per the program requirements, at least, three full-time terms of residency are required, which typically amount to one year.
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I have received acceptance to McGill non thesis and the letter says that the tution is $36,800 for three full terms (Fall 2020, Winter 2021 and Summer 2021). However the website says around 24,000 CAD. Does anyone
have any information on this?
I have received acceptance to McGill non thesis and the letter says that the tution is $36,800 for three full terms (Fall 2020, Winter 2021 and Summer 2021). However the website says around 24,000 CAD. Does anyone
have any information on this?
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