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Julka
Hey!

I am currently finishing my master degree and I am starting to look for LLM program. I was wondering if someone could share their experience about this dual degree program.( European and International Trade & Investment Law in Lyon and NY). I was also wondering if there is actually someone who got there without perfect grades but thanks to extra studies that they did, internships, publications etc. Saying this, I was wondering if there is someone who actually got rejected because of the GPA and Uni stated it is a main reason for rejection.
Also I would love to hear your suggestions about application process. Is there anything I should focus on when I am working on my application? I will be grateful for any tips. Thanks in advance.

[Edited by Julka on Aug 24, 2018]

Hey!

I am currently finishing my master degree and I am starting to look for LLM program. I was wondering if someone could share their experience about this dual degree program.( European and International Trade & Investment Law in Lyon and NY). I was also wondering if there is actually someone who got there without perfect grades but thanks to extra studies that they did, internships, publications etc. Saying this, I was wondering if there is someone who actually got rejected because of the GPA and Uni stated it is a main reason for rejection.
Also I would love to hear your suggestions about application process. Is there anything I should focus on when I am working on my application? I will be grateful for any tips. Thanks in advance.
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chicken so...
What is your GPA?
What is your GPA?
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Julka
Well the problem is, we calculate our final grade with final exam and a grade for you master thesis and thanks to that my average will go higher. So I was also wondering if this Uni consider an average mentioned on your final diploma or only grades. My GPA probably will be only around 2.5 but with my final exam, GPA (not really sure if its still consider to be GPA) on my diploma should be around 3.3.

[Edited by Julka on Aug 27, 2018]

Well the problem is, we calculate our final grade with final exam and a grade for you master thesis and thanks to that my average will go higher. So I was also wondering if this Uni consider an average mentioned on your final diploma or only grades. My GPA probably will be only around 2.5 but with my final exam, GPA (not really sure if its still consider to be GPA) on my diploma should be around 3.3.
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chicken so...
My guess is that they'll consider the GPA on your diploma. You should ask the school directly, though.
My guess is that they'll consider the GPA on your diploma. You should ask the school directly, though.
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Hey!

I am currently finishing my master degree and I am starting to look for LLM program. I was wondering if someone could share their experience about this dual degree program.( European and International Trade & Investment Law in Lyon and NY). I was also wondering if there is actually someone who got there without perfect grades but thanks to extra studies that they did, internships, publications etc. Saying this, I was wondering if there is someone who actually got rejected because of the GPA and Uni stated it is a main reason for rejection.
Also I would love to hear your suggestions about application process. Is there anything I should focus on when I am working on my application? I will be grateful for any tips. Thanks in advance.

I have the same question , I also have masters degree in International Trade, I have degree In law , My bachelors degree and my masters degree are average, do we still got a change to get an admission ?
[quote]Hey!

I am currently finishing my master degree and I am starting to look for LLM program. I was wondering if someone could share their experience about this dual degree program.( European and International Trade & Investment Law in Lyon and NY). I was also wondering if there is actually someone who got there without perfect grades but thanks to extra studies that they did, internships, publications etc. Saying this, I was wondering if there is someone who actually got rejected because of the GPA and Uni stated it is a main reason for rejection.
Also I would love to hear your suggestions about application process. Is there anything I should focus on when I am working on my application? I will be grateful for any tips. Thanks in advance.[/quote]
I have the same question , I also have masters degree in International Trade, I have degree In law , My bachelors degree and my masters degree are average, do we still got a change to get an admission ?
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