Hi guys! Do you know acceptance rate of advanced LL.M programs? Do they mostly admit everyone? Thank you
Acceptance rate of Advanced LL.M program
The uni is kinda secretive about it! I know it from my LLM in Children's Rights, which isn't an Advanced Masters, but accepts only 45 people a year. Professors do tell they don't accept everyone, I know for a fact people get rejected because I knew a few people that weren't allowed to start in September, but then worked on their CV and were accepted in February! What I gathered from talking to a few professors is that the Advanced LLMs have their mind set for a number of students and then decide during the application period how many people they really do accept!
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