Geneva Academy Applications 2020-2021


B4G_WG

You both make valid points. It seems The Academy is not as predictable as we thought. Perhaps JimenaP if you don't mind, could you share with us whether you received an email saying you were preselected/wait-listed before actually receiving the offer for full scholarship on the 25th of Feb. It might help us catch our breath for a moment. :-)

As far as I understood (from previous threads) they kinda "preselect" and start looking for a donor. In the mean time, they inform those on the waiting list and only inform those accepted once the donor is secured. But this is my conclusion of two weeks of overthinking so... haha can't be sure.


Hello again! I've read somebody was waitlisted, however, there would be no necessity of making a waitlist if places within the "regular" list were still vacant. Which means, I think, that all the regular places have already been filled... I don't know if I am right, and don’t want to be pessimistic, but this supposition just popped up. And you, guys, any idea?

You both make valid points. It seems The Academy is not as predictable as we thought. Perhaps JimenaP if you don't mind, could you share with us whether you received an email saying you were preselected/wait-listed before actually receiving the offer for full scholarship on the 25th of Feb. It might help us catch our breath for a moment. :-)

[quote]As far as I understood (from previous threads) they kinda "preselect" and start looking for a donor. In the mean time, they inform those on the waiting list and only inform those accepted once the donor is secured. But this is my conclusion of two weeks of overthinking so... haha can't be sure.



[quote]Hello again! I've read somebody was waitlisted, however, there would be no necessity of making a waitlist if places within the "regular" list were still vacant. Which means, I think, that all the regular places have already been filled... I don't know if I am right, and don’t want to be pessimistic, but this supposition just popped up. And you, guys, any idea?[/quote][/quote]
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rb83

Hey JimenaP:

Many congratulations! :) Feels great to see someone achieve my dreams.

BTW - may I ask you if you had received an email relating to 'pre-selection for full scholarship' prior to being offered admission with full scholarship? Or did you directly receive the offer letter?

Hope to get to see you in Geneva this fall :)

Hey everyone!

I got an offer the 25 of February from Geneva Academy for the LLM with full scholarship!. I hope you all receive such good news soon and we can meet in Geneva!

Hey JimenaP:

Many congratulations! :) Feels great to see someone achieve my dreams.

BTW - may I ask you if you had received an email relating to 'pre-selection for full scholarship' prior to being offered admission with full scholarship? Or did you directly receive the offer letter?

Hope to get to see you in Geneva this fall :)

[quote]Hey everyone!

I got an offer the 25 of February from Geneva Academy for the LLM with full scholarship!. I hope you all receive such good news soon and we can meet in Geneva!
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JimenaP

Hey everyone!, I was directly selected, no pre-selection was needed. But I understand that some donors need to confirm the candidate before making the donation for the scholarship. This was not my case apparently. The same happened to a friend that got a full scholarship for the MTJ at Geneva Academy and had the same donor.

I do not think pre-selection is a problem, it seems more like a formality to me...

Hope it helps!

Hey everyone!, I was directly selected, no pre-selection was needed. But I understand that some donors need to confirm the candidate before making the donation for the scholarship. This was not my case apparently. The same happened to a friend that got a full scholarship for the MTJ at Geneva Academy and had the same donor.

I do not think pre-selection is a problem, it seems more like a formality to me...

Hope it helps!
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Hello everyone. I got admitted in February. I was interviewed via Skype, but I don't remember being informed if I was preselected or not during the interview.

Hello everyone. I got admitted in February. I was interviewed via Skype, but I don't remember being informed if I was preselected or not during the interview.
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This is out of topic, but those who are starting to get anxious about the results might want to hear this.

For those who might not get selected for this program this school year, please don't be too hard on yourselves. This isn't entirely because your grades are not good enough or because of what you did or did not say in the personal statement. I've been rejected, too in the past, and for a specific sub-discipline/ program I really, really painstakingly worked hard for for years - and if I have any regrets, it is that I waited too long to resume how diligently I used to work after getting rejected. In case the academy does not provide feedback along with the rejection, we can always ask someone's help. One thing I did before applying again was to ask a good friend to criticize the motivation letter I submitted in a past application.

He was a true friend enough to be frank; he told me how I could have improved my letter. It took me a couple of years to recheck the documents I sent in that application. The copies of my grades weren't clear enough and they weren't scanned professionally. Also, some answers to the queries seemed to have been written in haste. What's worse, the copy of my diplomas were photographed instead of scanned (I didn't even took time to edit it in Photoshop!) Moreover, the format of my CV was not in the regular format for that country. I know these were not supposed to have affected the substance of my curriculum vitae, but maybe it reflected how I presented myself as a "professional'? Who knows, these details could have been the reason for the rejection.

So yeah, for those who will not get admitted, please don't be too hard on yourselves. It could be for a number of reasons such as your fitness to the program. Maybe they see your career path as more aligned with a track different from the expertise of the academy. It isn't always because you're not good enough. You could have excellent credentials, but one which would flourish even more in a different program, with different mentors. ^_^ <3 (So sorry for this unsolicited advice!)

EDIT: PS I said this because I read some of the past threads, and once someone starts to get anxious in the thread, it spreads to others like wildfire. :( It's pointless to worry at this point because we have done our part. After we clicked "submit", things are no longer in our hands.

[Edited by Qwertyuiop123 on Mar 05, 2020]

This is out of topic, but those who are starting to get anxious about the results might want to hear this.

For those who might not get selected for this program this school year, please don't be too hard on yourselves. This isn't entirely because your grades are not good enough or because of what you did or did not say in the personal statement. I've been rejected, too in the past, and for a specific sub-discipline/ program I really, really painstakingly worked hard for for years - and if I have any regrets, it is that I waited too long to resume how diligently I used to work after getting rejected. In case the academy does not provide feedback along with the rejection, we can always ask someone's help. One thing I did before applying again was to ask a good friend to criticize the motivation letter I submitted in a past application.

He was a true friend enough to be frank; he told me how I could have improved my letter. It took me a couple of years to recheck the documents I sent in that application. The copies of my grades weren't clear enough and they weren't scanned professionally. Also, some answers to the queries seemed to have been written in haste. What's worse, the copy of my diplomas were photographed instead of scanned (I didn't even took time to edit it in Photoshop!) Moreover, the format of my CV was not in the regular format for that country. I know these were not supposed to have affected the substance of my curriculum vitae, but maybe it reflected how I presented myself as a "professional'? Who knows, these details could have been the reason for the rejection.

So yeah, for those who will not get admitted, please don't be too hard on yourselves. It could be for a number of reasons such as your fitness to the program. Maybe they see your career path as more aligned with a track different from the expertise of the academy. It isn't always because you're not good enough. You could have excellent credentials, but one which would flourish even more in a different program, with different mentors. ^_^ <3 (So sorry for this unsolicited advice!)

EDIT: PS I said this because I read some of the past threads, and once someone starts to get anxious in the thread, it spreads to others like wildfire. :( It's pointless to worry at this point because we have done our part. After we clicked "submit", things are no longer in our hands.
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AJ3914

Dear Qwertyuiop123, thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience. I would like to add, for everyone wanting to do International Law and to have an international career: this is about persistence. There are so many wonderful people out there trying to get a career in international law and the most important thing you can do is to always persist. You will be rejected from many things before getting one. Maybe it will be this master, maybe not, maybe a student assistant position, maybe a Law Review editing position, maybe you won't make it to the uni's moot court competition, etc, and life after uni is just tougher.

I've already graduated from Leiden University but during my year there I didn't get all the opportunities I applied for. After that, I've been an intern in 3 international courts in three different continent and people would probably say: "yes, you made it" but what they don't know is that in that same period of time I did around 25 applications for many other positions, paid fellowships, actual jobs and I've been rejected. I was never in a situation where I had to decide between two things I got at the same time because I never did, regardless my big number of applications. And, of course, here I am nervous about Geneve as well.

At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. I honestly don't think that today is already enough time to conclude they already rejected you. I think offers have been minimum so far. So, stay positive!

This is out of topic, but those who are starting to get anxious about the results might want to hear this.

For those who might not get selected for this program this school year, please don't be too hard on yourselves. This isn't entirely because your grades are not good enough or because of what you did or did not say in the personal statement. I've been rejected, too in the past, and for a specific sub-discipline/ program I really, really painstakingly worked hard for for years - and if I have any regrets, it is that I waited too long to resume how diligently I used to work after getting rejected. In case the academy does not provide feedback along with the rejection, we can always ask someone's help. One thing I did before applying again was to ask a good friend to criticize the motivation letter I submitted in a past application.

He was a true friend enough to be frank; he told me how I could have improved my letter. It took me a couple of years to recheck the documents I sent in that application. The copies of my grades weren't clear enough and they weren't scanned professionally. Also, some answers to the queries seemed to have been written in haste. What's worse, the copy of my diplomas were photographed instead of scanned (I didn't even took time to edit it in Photoshop!) Moreover, the format of my CV was not in the regular format for that country. I know these were not supposed to have affected the substance of my curriculum vitae, but maybe it reflected how I presented myself as a "professional'? Who knows, these details could have been the reason for the rejection.

So yeah, for those who will not get admitted, please don't be too hard on yourselves. It could be for a number of reasons such as your fitness to the program. Maybe they see your career path as more aligned with a track different from the expertise of the academy. It isn't always because you're not good enough. You could have excellent credentials, but one which would flourish even more in a different program, with different mentors. ^_^ <3 (So sorry for this unsolicited advice!)

EDIT: PS I said this because I read some of the past threads, and once someone starts to get anxious in the thread, it spreads to others like wildfire. :( It's pointless to worry at this point because we have done our part. After we clicked "submit", things are no longer in our hands.

[Edited by AJ3914 on Mar 05, 2020]

Dear Qwertyuiop123, thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience. I would like to add, for everyone wanting to do International Law and to have an international career: this is about persistence. There are so many wonderful people out there trying to get a career in international law and the most important thing you can do is to always persist. You will be rejected from many things before getting one. Maybe it will be this master, maybe not, maybe a student assistant position, maybe a Law Review editing position, maybe you won't make it to the uni's moot court competition, etc, and life after uni is just tougher.

I've already graduated from Leiden University but during my year there I didn't get all the opportunities I applied for. After that, I've been an intern in 3 international courts in three different continent and people would probably say: "yes, you made it" but what they don't know is that in that same period of time I did around 25 applications for many other positions, paid fellowships, actual jobs and I've been rejected. I was never in a situation where I had to decide between two things I got at the same time because I never did, regardless my big number of applications. And, of course, here I am nervous about Geneve as well.

At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. I honestly don't think that today is already enough time to conclude they already rejected you. I think offers have been minimum so far. So, stay positive!

[quote]This is out of topic, but those who are starting to get anxious about the results might want to hear this.

For those who might not get selected for this program this school year, please don't be too hard on yourselves. This isn't entirely because your grades are not good enough or because of what you did or did not say in the personal statement. I've been rejected, too in the past, and for a specific sub-discipline/ program I really, really painstakingly worked hard for for years - and if I have any regrets, it is that I waited too long to resume how diligently I used to work after getting rejected. In case the academy does not provide feedback along with the rejection, we can always ask someone's help. One thing I did before applying again was to ask a good friend to criticize the motivation letter I submitted in a past application.

He was a true friend enough to be frank; he told me how I could have improved my letter. It took me a couple of years to recheck the documents I sent in that application. The copies of my grades weren't clear enough and they weren't scanned professionally. Also, some answers to the queries seemed to have been written in haste. What's worse, the copy of my diplomas were photographed instead of scanned (I didn't even took time to edit it in Photoshop!) Moreover, the format of my CV was not in the regular format for that country. I know these were not supposed to have affected the substance of my curriculum vitae, but maybe it reflected how I presented myself as a "professional'? Who knows, these details could have been the reason for the rejection.

So yeah, for those who will not get admitted, please don't be too hard on yourselves. It could be for a number of reasons such as your fitness to the program. Maybe they see your career path as more aligned with a track different from the expertise of the academy. It isn't always because you're not good enough. You could have excellent credentials, but one which would flourish even more in a different program, with different mentors. ^_^ <3 (So sorry for this unsolicited advice!)

EDIT: PS I said this because I read some of the past threads, and once someone starts to get anxious in the thread, it spreads to others like wildfire. :( It's pointless to worry at this point because we have done our part. After we clicked "submit", things are no longer in our hands.
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Hta

Sharing your experience is very kind and generous, thank you! However, trying to understand the admission process is not about spreading anxiety. For me, it is the opposite, as it really helps to put my mind on ease. For example, just knowing that "pre-selection" isn't an obligatory step made me feel that I still have a chance.

Sharing your experience is very kind and generous, thank you! However, trying to understand the admission process is not about spreading anxiety. For me, it is the opposite, as it really helps to put my mind on ease. For example, just knowing that "pre-selection" isn't an obligatory step made me feel that I still have a chance.
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Hta


At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. Many of my former classmates from Leiden just got tired of the rejections and went back to their countries to do domestic law and completely unrelated fields not because they weren't not good but, in my opinion, because they didn't want to continue fighting for that little spot.


"They didn't want to continue fighting". Aww... please, think about privilege. Sometimes, there is just no "second chance" or "better opportunity". Besides, IHL itself is a pretty excluding field. Most summer courses don't offer scholarships, internships are unpaid (even the UN or the ICC doesn't pay its interns) and so on.

[Edited by Hta on Mar 04, 2020]

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At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. Many of my former classmates from Leiden just got tired of the rejections and went back to their countries to do domestic law and completely unrelated fields not because they weren't not good but, in my opinion, because they didn't want to continue fighting for that little spot.[/quote]

"They didn't want to continue fighting". Aww... please, think about privilege. Sometimes, there is just no "second chance" or "better opportunity". Besides, IHL itself is a pretty excluding field. Most summer courses don't offer scholarships, internships are unpaid (even the UN or the ICC doesn't pay its interns) and so on.
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AJ3914

Yes, you are right in regards of the privileges and there are indeed many many barriers. I have to acknowledge that. However, when I say they gave up, is that they already settled with what they’re doing domestically and are not even applying for international positions. But again, this was the case of many of my classmates; I know there are many other barriers and the question of privileges or lack of them that can affect our careers and put us in disadvantage regarding other people.


At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. Many of my former classmates from Leiden just got tired of the rejections and went back to their countries to do domestic law and completely unrelated fields not because they weren't not good but, in my opinion, because they didn't want to continue fighting for that little spot.


"They didn't want to continue fighting". Aww... please, think about privilege. Sometimes, there is just no "second chance" or "better opportunity". Besides, IHL itself is a pretty excluding field. Most summer courses don't offer scholarships, internships are unpaid (even the UN or the ICC doesn't pay its interns) and so on.

Yes, you are right in regards of the privileges and there are indeed many many barriers. I have to acknowledge that. However, when I say they gave up, is that they already settled with what they’re doing domestically and are not even applying for international positions. But again, this was the case of many of my classmates; I know there are many other barriers and the question of privileges or lack of them that can affect our careers and put us in disadvantage regarding other people.
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At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. Many of my former classmates from Leiden just got tired of the rejections and went back to their countries to do domestic law and completely unrelated fields not because they weren't not good but, in my opinion, because they didn't want to continue fighting for that little spot.[/quote]

"They didn't want to continue fighting". Aww... please, think about privilege. Sometimes, there is just no "second chance" or "better opportunity". Besides, IHL itself is a pretty excluding field. Most summer courses don't offer scholarships, internships are unpaid (even the UN or the ICC doesn't pay its interns) and so on.[/quote]
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AJ3914

For future reference, the ICC offers paid internship subjected to available funds and eligibility.


At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. Many of my former classmates from Leiden just got tired of the rejections and went back to their countries to do domestic law and completely unrelated fields not because they weren't not good but, in my opinion, because they didn't want to continue fighting for that little spot.


"They didn't want to continue fighting". Aww... please, think about privilege. Sometimes, there is just no "second chance" or "better opportunity". Besides, IHL itself is a pretty excluding field. Most summer courses don't offer scholarships, internships are unpaid (even the UN or the ICC doesn't pay its interns) and so on.

For future reference, the ICC offers paid internship subjected to available funds and eligibility.
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At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. Many of my former classmates from Leiden just got tired of the rejections and went back to their countries to do domestic law and completely unrelated fields not because they weren't not good but, in my opinion, because they didn't want to continue fighting for that little spot.[/quote]

"They didn't want to continue fighting". Aww... please, think about privilege. Sometimes, there is just no "second chance" or "better opportunity". Besides, IHL itself is a pretty excluding field. Most summer courses don't offer scholarships, internships are unpaid (even the UN or the ICC doesn't pay its interns) and so on.[/quote]
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Thampified

Dear Qwertyuiop123, thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience. I would like to add, for everyone wanting to do International Law and to have an international career: this is about persistence. There are so many wonderful people out there trying to get a career in international law and the most important thing you can do is to always persist. You will be rejected from many things before getting one. Maybe it will be this master, maybe not, maybe a student assistant position, maybe a Law Review editing position, maybe you won't make it to the uni's moot court competition, etc, and life after uni is just tougher.

I've already graduated from Leiden University but during my year there I didn't get all the opportunities I applied for. After that, I've been an intern in 3 international courts in three different continent and people would probably say: "yes, you made it" but what they don't know is that in that same period of time I did around 25 applications for many other positions, paid fellowships, actual jobs and I've been rejected. I was never in a situation where I had to decide between two things I got at the same time because I never did, regardless my big number of applications. And, of course, here I am nervous about Geneve as well.

At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. Many of my former classmates from Leiden just got tired of the rejections and went back to their countries to do domestic law and completely unrelated fields not because they weren't not good but, in my opinion, because they didn't want to continue fighting for that little spot.




Thank you so much for your message. I just completed my under grad and I am looking forward to pursuing a career in IHL and HR. And tbh, before the journey even started I have started panicking and giving up. I understand how competitive and limited the opportunities are in this field. But your message gave me so much motivation and hope. Its going to get tougher, but I hope and believe that eventually we all will make it. :))

[quote]Dear Qwertyuiop123, thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience. I would like to add, for everyone wanting to do International Law and to have an international career: this is about persistence. There are so many wonderful people out there trying to get a career in international law and the most important thing you can do is to always persist. You will be rejected from many things before getting one. Maybe it will be this master, maybe not, maybe a student assistant position, maybe a Law Review editing position, maybe you won't make it to the uni's moot court competition, etc, and life after uni is just tougher.

I've already graduated from Leiden University but during my year there I didn't get all the opportunities I applied for. After that, I've been an intern in 3 international courts in three different continent and people would probably say: "yes, you made it" but what they don't know is that in that same period of time I did around 25 applications for many other positions, paid fellowships, actual jobs and I've been rejected. I was never in a situation where I had to decide between two things I got at the same time because I never did, regardless my big number of applications. And, of course, here I am nervous about Geneve as well.

At the end, whatever happens, if IHL and Human Rights are really your thing, you have to keep going with or without Geneva, but never stop. Many of my former classmates from Leiden just got tired of the rejections and went back to their countries to do domestic law and completely unrelated fields not because they weren't not good but, in my opinion, because they didn't want to continue fighting for that little spot.

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Thank you so much for your message. I just completed my under grad and I am looking forward to pursuing a career in IHL and HR. And tbh, before the journey even started I have started panicking and giving up. I understand how competitive and limited the opportunities are in this field. But your message gave me so much motivation and hope. Its going to get tougher, but I hope and believe that eventually we all will make it. :))
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I agree with all of you, guys. Please, let’s not lose the hopes yet. I am really anxious, to be honest. Every morning I wake up and the first thing I do is checking my e-mail (since I have 6 hours of time difference). Nevertheless, I think it is still early March, so let’s just wait 10-15 days more.

GA is my first option and even though I was admitted to Edinburgh, I don’t want to lose my hopes. My boyfriend got into IHEID and if I am rejected by GA, this would not only mean I wouldn’t be able to attend to my dreamed uni but it would also mean the end of my relationship. Guess who is dying? Me, exactly.

Sorry for this, I just wanted to share my situation with you, since I know you will understand.

I agree with all of you, guys. Please, let’s not lose the hopes yet. I am really anxious, to be honest. Every morning I wake up and the first thing I do is checking my e-mail (since I have 6 hours of time difference). Nevertheless, I think it is still early March, so let’s just wait 10-15 days more.

GA is my first option and even though I was admitted to Edinburgh, I don’t want to lose my hopes. My boyfriend got into IHEID and if I am rejected by GA, this would not only mean I wouldn’t be able to attend to my dreamed uni but it would also mean the end of my relationship. Guess who is dying? Me, exactly.

Sorry for this, I just wanted to share my situation with you, since I know you will understand.
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rb83

Hey guys, I don't think we should lose hope yet, as this is just the beginning of March. We MIGHT be getting more offers soon!

As I type this, feelings of insecurity and worries surround my heart, too. However, I haven't lost hopes.

Good luck to all of us :)

Hey guys, I don't think we should lose hope yet, as this is just the beginning of March. We MIGHT be getting more offers soon!

As I type this, feelings of insecurity and worries surround my heart, too. However, I haven't lost hopes.

Good luck to all of us :)
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Aliciakeyy

How many of the applicants are selected to LLM, any idea guys??

How many of the applicants are selected to LLM, any idea guys??
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How many of the applicants are selected to LLM, any idea guys??


Hi! Maybe you check the last year's Annual Report of the academy for an estimate?

[quote]How many of the applicants are selected to LLM, any idea guys?? [/quote]

Hi! Maybe you check the last year's Annual Report of the academy for an estimate?
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Aliciakeyy

How many of the applicants are selected to LLM, any idea guys??


Hi! Maybe you check the last year's Annual Report of the academy for an estimate?


How do i check that? Could u plz share the link?

[quote][quote]How many of the applicants are selected to LLM, any idea guys?? [/quote]

Hi! Maybe you check the last year's Annual Report of the academy for an estimate?[/quote]

How do i check that? Could u plz share the link?
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AJ3914

https://www.geneva-academy.ch/the-academy/about-us/annual-reports

How many of the applicants are selected to LLM, any idea guys??


Hi! Maybe you check the last year's Annual Report of the academy for an estimate?


How do i check that? Could u plz share the link?

https://www.geneva-academy.ch/the-academy/about-us/annual-reports
[quote][quote][quote]How many of the applicants are selected to LLM, any idea guys?? [/quote]

Hi! Maybe you check the last year's Annual Report of the academy for an estimate?[/quote]

How do i check that? Could u plz share the link?[/quote]
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AJ3914

Has anyone on the LLM non-scholarship track heard back from the Academy? Admission? Waitlist? Anything?

In previous years people started getting admitted even in January and I don't think we have heard much this time.

Has anyone on the LLM non-scholarship track heard back from the Academy? Admission? Waitlist? Anything?

In previous years people started getting admitted even in January and I don't think we have heard much this time.
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Aliciakeyy

Has anyone on the LLM non-scholarship track heard back from the Academy? Admission? Waitlist? Anything?

In previous years people started getting admitted even in January and I don't think we have heard much this time.

I don't think we have heard any one getting offer for LLM either in scholarship or in non scholarship track.

[quote]Has anyone on the LLM non-scholarship track heard back from the Academy? Admission? Waitlist? Anything?

In previous years people started getting admitted even in January and I don't think we have heard much this time.[/quote]
I don't think we have heard any one getting offer for LLM either in scholarship or in non scholarship track.
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AJ3914

Yes we have. Late February 25-26 someone posted was pre-selected for the full scholarship of the LLM and someone said she was put on the waitlist also for the full scholarship.

I can't believe I can remember all these comments and dates like this hahaha. This is becoming an obsession.

Has anyone on the LLM non-scholarship track heard back from the Academy? Admission? Waitlist? Anything?

In previous years people started getting admitted even in January and I don't think we have heard much this time.

I don't think we have heard any one getting offer for LLM either in scholarship or in non scholarship track.

Yes we have. Late February 25-26 someone posted was pre-selected for the full scholarship of the LLM and someone said she was put on the waitlist also for the full scholarship.

I can't believe I can remember all these comments and dates like this hahaha. This is becoming an obsession.

[quote][quote]Has anyone on the LLM non-scholarship track heard back from the Academy? Admission? Waitlist? Anything?

In previous years people started getting admitted even in January and I don't think we have heard much this time.[/quote]
I don't think we have heard any one getting offer for LLM either in scholarship or in non scholarship track.[/quote]
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