ILF Goethe , 2021-22


Hello everyone. thought of starting this post for ILF next year .
Is there anyone who has been given an offer ?

Hello everyone. thought of starting this post for ILF next year .
Is there anyone who has been given an offer ?
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Hey,
Yes I was given an offer in December for which I sent an acceptance last week. 

Hey,<br>Yes I was given an offer in December for which I sent an acceptance last week.&nbsp;
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Hey,
Yes I was given an offer in December for which I sent an acceptance last week. 


hi, Congratulations. did you apply for international finance for asian grads or law and finance ?

[Edited by Floating Lawyer on Jan 17, 2021]

[quote]Hey,<br>Yes I was given an offer in December for which I sent an acceptance last week.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>hi, Congratulations. did you apply for international finance for asian grads or law and finance ?
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Thank you so much.1f642

I applied for LLM Finance. 

[Edited by Yashika Joshi on Jan 18, 2021]

Thank you so much.:slightly-smiling-face:<br><br>I applied for LLM Finance.&nbsp;
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Pearl J

Hello,

Is there anyone from India who has been admitted and still waiting to hear from other law schools. I have been waitlisted by ILF and just trying to figure out the odds of getting in. 1f642

[Edited by Pearl J on Feb 18, 2021]

Hello,<br><br>Is there anyone from India who has been admitted and still waiting to hear from other law schools. I have been waitlisted by ILF and just trying to figure out the odds of getting in.&nbsp;:slightly-smiling-face:<br>
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Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year?

Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year?
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Pearl J

Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year?


Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year? 

[quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp;
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Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year?


Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year? 


Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here. 

[quote][quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here.&nbsp;
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Pearl J

Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools. 



Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year?


Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year? 


Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here. 

Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools.&nbsp;<br><br><br><br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here.&nbsp; [/quote]
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Okanich

Hello, I got in in November. Hoping that my source for funding would work out.  I am considering ILF and other schools - Funding is a big factor for me. I am from Nigeria.

[Edited by Okanich on Mar 01, 2021]

Hello, I got in in November. Hoping that my source for funding would work out.&nbsp; I am considering ILF and other schools - Funding is a big factor for me. I am from Nigeria.
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Pearl J

Hello, I got in in November. Hoping that my source for funding would work out.  I am considering ILF and other schools - Funding is a big factor for me. I am from Nigeria.


Have you not paid the deposit for ILF yet? I thought they ask the deposit to be paid within 3 weeks of admission. 

[quote]Hello, I got in in November. Hoping that my source for funding would work out.&nbsp; I am considering ILF and other schools - Funding is a big factor for me. I am from Nigeria. [/quote]<br><br>Have you not paid the deposit for ILF yet? I thought they ask the deposit to be paid within 3 weeks of admission.&nbsp;
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Okanich

If paid, you would have to forfeit the deposit if you do not go through with the admission.  Thats the only risk that I am aware of.

If paid, you would have to forfeit the deposit if you do not go through with the admission.&nbsp; Thats the only risk that I am aware of.
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Akaant

Hi. I wanted to know if Goethe University has a good programme on insolvency and bankruptcy law? Also please help me on what is the different between Institute for Civil and Commercial Law (here https://www.jura.uni-frankfurt.de/41026305/Institut_f%C3%BCr_Zivil__und_Wirtschaftsrecht?)
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ILF programmes.


Hi. I wanted to know if Goethe University has a good programme on insolvency and bankruptcy law? Also please help me on what is the different between Institute for Civil and Commercial Law (here https://www.jura.uni-frankfurt.de/41026305/Institut_f%C3%BCr_Zivil__und_Wirtschaftsrecht?)<br>AND<br>ILF programmes.<br><br><br>
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Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools. 


I applied to LSE,  King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess. 

But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision. 


Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year? 


Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here. 

[quote]Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools.&nbsp;<br><br><br>I applied to LSE,&nbsp; King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision.&nbsp;<br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote]
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Pearl J

Okay. I thought LSE has an excellent reputation and is also well-recognized back in India, just in case one has to come back at some point. I have seen a few people landing up at least a training contract after LSE LLM. But ILF is good too, I guess. 

Have you paid the deposit? What are the next steps for you in terms of completing the admissions process at ILF?

Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools. 


I applied to LSE,  King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess. 

But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision. 


Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here. 

Okay. I thought LSE has an excellent reputation and is also well-recognized back in India, just in case one has to come back at some point. I have seen a few people landing up at least a training contract after LSE LLM. But ILF is good too, I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>Have you paid the deposit? What are the next steps for you in terms of completing the admissions process at ILF?<br><br>[quote][quote]Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools.&nbsp;<br><br><br>I applied to LSE,&nbsp; King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision.&nbsp;<br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote] [/quote]
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Pearl J

How is ILF with Financial Aid - did they give you any fee discount? 



Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools. 


I applied to LSE,  King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess. 

But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision. 


Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here. 

How is ILF with Financial Aid - did they give you any fee discount?&nbsp;<br><br><br><br>[quote][quote]Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools.&nbsp;<br><br><br>I applied to LSE,&nbsp; King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision.&nbsp;<br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote] [/quote]
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Okay. I thought LSE has an excellent reputation and is also well-recognized back in India, just in case one has to come back at some point. I have seen a few people landing up at least a training contract after LSE LLM. But ILF is good too, I guess. 

Have you paid the deposit? What are the next steps for you in terms of completing the admissions process at ILF?

Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools. 


I applied to LSE,  King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess. 

But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision. 


No doubt LSE has a reputation but what I have heard is that it is very academic and less of practical approach. And the course is rigorous, leaving no time to intern to gain some experience.

[quote]Okay. I thought LSE has an excellent reputation and is also well-recognized back in India, just in case one has to come back at some point. I have seen a few people landing up at least a training contract after LSE LLM. But ILF is good too, I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>Have you paid the deposit? What are the next steps for you in terms of completing the admissions process at ILF?<br><br>[quote][quote]Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools.&nbsp;<br><br><br>I applied to LSE,&nbsp; King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision.&nbsp;<br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote] [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>No doubt LSE has a reputation but what I have heard is that it is very academic and less of practical approach. And the course is rigorous, leaving no time to intern to gain some experience.<br><br>
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How is ILF with Financial Aid - did they give you any fee discount? 

They have certain scholarship but I didn't get one. The LLM International finance has a discount system but then there is a date till when you can apply if you want that concession. 

Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools. 


I applied to LSE,  King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess. 

But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision. 

[quote]How is ILF with Financial Aid - did they give you any fee discount?&nbsp;<br><br>They have certain scholarship but I didn't get one. The LLM International finance has a discount system but then there is a date till when you can apply if you want that concession.&nbsp;<br><br>[quote][quote]Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools.&nbsp;<br><br><br>I applied to LSE,&nbsp; King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision.&nbsp;<br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote] [/quote] [/quote]
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Pearl J

Okay, that is good. I hope to join you in ILF soon! 



Okay. I thought LSE has an excellent reputation and is also well-recognized back in India, just in case one has to come back at some point. I have seen a few people landing up at least a training contract after LSE LLM. But ILF is good too, I guess. 

Have you paid the deposit? What are the next steps for you in terms of completing the admissions process at ILF?



No doubt LSE has a reputation but what I have heard is that it is very academic and less of practical approach. And the course is rigorous, leaving no time to intern to gain some experience.

Okay, that is good. I hope to join you in ILF soon!&nbsp;<br><br><br><br>[quote][quote]Okay. I thought LSE has an excellent reputation and is also well-recognized back in India, just in case one has to come back at some point. I have seen a few people landing up at least a training contract after LSE LLM. But ILF is good too, I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>Have you paid the deposit? What are the next steps for you in terms of completing the admissions process at ILF?<br><br>[quote][quote]Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools.&nbsp;<br><br><br>I applied to LSE,&nbsp; King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision.&nbsp;<br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote] [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>No doubt LSE has a reputation but what I have heard is that it is very academic and less of practical approach. And the course is rigorous, leaving no time to intern to gain some experience.<br><br> [/quote]
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Pearl J

Oh okay, I thought they are generous with financial aid. Did you get any sort of scholarship from other law schools? 


How is ILF with Financial Aid - did they give you any fee discount? 

They have certain scholarship but I didn't get one. The LLM International finance has a discount system but then there is a date till when you can apply if you want that concession. 

Oh okay, I thought they are generous with financial aid. Did you get any sort of scholarship from other law schools?&nbsp;<br><br><br>[quote][quote]How is ILF with Financial Aid - did they give you any fee discount?&nbsp;<br><br>They have certain scholarship but I didn't get one. The LLM International finance has a discount system but then there is a date till when you can apply if you want that concession.&nbsp;<br><br>[quote][quote]Same here. I haven't been able to find people who are going to ILF from India. Where else did you apply to? I have also applied to a couple of UK and US law schools.&nbsp;<br><br><br>I applied to LSE,&nbsp; King's College and NUS. Got through the first two and NUS results aren't out yet I guess.&nbsp;<br><br>But I am sure of going to ILF. The fees and the internship opportunities acted as some of the major reasons for my decision.&nbsp;<br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi, anybody from India who has accepted an offer from ILF and going for 2021-2022 academic year? [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I have been waitlisted at ILF but will definitely accept the offer once admitted. Are you going this year? Do you know anyone else who is going this year?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes, I am going this year. And sadly I haven't found anybody else yet hence posted it here.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote] [/quote] [/quote] [/quote]
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