Anybody admitted to Univ. Of Vienna: LLM in Int. Legal Studies?


mast_94
Hello everybody!

I applied to University of Vienna and my documents were recieved on February 28th. I haven't got any confirmation about the receipt of my application till date! I have written to them a couple of times asking for the same, but I haven't heard from them. Since there is no online portal, there seems to be no other way of tracking my application.

Has anybody been offered an admission for the LLM in International Legal Studies program?
By when can I expect to hear from them?

Any other relevant information is also welcome! Thank you :)
Hello everybody!

I applied to University of Vienna and my documents were recieved on February 28th. I haven't got any confirmation about the receipt of my application till date! I have written to them a couple of times asking for the same, but I haven't heard from them. Since there is no online portal, there seems to be no other way of tracking my application.

Has anybody been offered an admission for the LLM in International Legal Studies program?
By when can I expect to hear from them?

Any other relevant information is also welcome! Thank you :)
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Sariv
Hi, I studied this LL.M Program International Legal Studies in Vienna a while ago.
Originally I was planning Leiden but realized from the LL.M as well as the Department Wien Website http://eur-int-comp-law.univie.ac.at/en/ how much international law was taught at the University of Vienna. When I applied, I remember that it took a month until I received an answer, but then it was already the admittance letter to this program. The University of Vienna even offers scholarships if you apply as early as March. The only precondition is that you must include your law diploma with the other application material, or you won’t be accepted. (As a Non-EU citizen I needed an early acceptance letter to be able to apply for visa!)
Vienna's professors are intriguing personalities. Also the program manager put a lot of effort in helping us with administrative issues and orientation. The Program organised several study trips: The professors are known everywhere, and the program Manager is a great networker, she was soo helpful!.

If I had to choose again, I would aim at the knowhow of the teachers as well as the management. I appreciated both.
In case you’ve been accepted, ’m sure you must have received an answer and additional help by now. If it’s the same program manager, you’re in good hands!
Hi, I studied this LL.M Program International Legal Studies in Vienna a while ago.
Originally I was planning Leiden but realized from the LL.M as well as the Department Wien Website http://eur-int-comp-law.univie.ac.at/en/ how much international law was taught at the University of Vienna. When I applied, I remember that it took a month until I received an answer, but then it was already the admittance letter to this program. The University of Vienna even offers scholarships if you apply as early as March. The only precondition is that you must include your law diploma with the other application material, or you won’t be accepted. (As a Non-EU citizen I needed an early acceptance letter to be able to apply for visa!)
Vienna's professors are intriguing personalities. Also the program manager put a lot of effort in helping us with administrative issues and orientation. The Program organised several study trips: The professors are known everywhere, and the program Manager is a great networker, she was soo helpful!.

If I had to choose again, I would aim at the knowhow of the teachers as well as the management. I appreciated both.
In case you’ve been accepted, ’m sure you must have received an answer and additional help by now. If it’s the same program manager, you’re in good hands!

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